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TUESDAY     September 28, 1999     SECTION ONE      vol 10, no. 184

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Bishop John J. Myers

Peoria's shepherd, one of the shining lights in the new wave of loyal orthodox bishops, is destined for greater heights

    Today we bring you the 53rd person selected out of the TOP 100 CATHOLICS OF THE CENTURY. The voters chose Bishop John Joseph Myers, the 58 year-old Bishop of the Diocese of Peoria, Illinois. Born and raised in the Diocese he has exhibited a strong loyalty to the Holy Father and the orthodox curriculum of the Church, promoting vocations throughout the Diocese during his nine-year tenure as shepherd there. Many predict this bright star of the new genre of loyal bishops will be promoted soon to a larger diocese or archdiocese; others are looking further into the future proclaiming him as cardinal material. For more on the 53rd selection, click on BISHOP JOHN J. MYERS

53.    Bishop John Myers

satan is conducting a cacaphony of heresy in Keene, New Hampshire

    In today's editorial, we follow up our Friday commentary with part two of the expose on Ron O'Brien and his heretical cult. Every time that seriously soul-sick man opens his mouth he digs himself a deeper hole in satan's domain. Not only has he attacked the editor, but has cruelly made slanderous remarks toward Pope John Paul II and Mother Angelica as well as his rightful shepherd Bishop John McCormack. What more can this demented and heretical pied piper of Keene, New Hampshire do to aid the evil one? He can continue to attack those who remain faithful to the Magisterium. That's satan's modus operandi. For the editorial, "Begone, satan!" see CATHOLIC PewPOINT

"Begone, satan!"

Michael Cain, editor

September 25th Medjugorje Monthly Message

   Dear children! Today again I call you to become carriers of my peace. In a special way, now when it is being said that God is far away, He has truly never been nearer to you. I call you to renew prayer in your families by reading the Sacred Scripture and to experience joy in meeting with God Who infinitely loves His creatures. Thank you for having responded to my call.
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September 28, 1999 volume 10, no. 184   DAILY CATHOLIC