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FRI-SUN-SAT             August 21-23, 1998             SECTION ONE              vol 9, no. 164

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There is a world of difference between our first president and our last! One could not tell a lie, the latter cannot tell the truth!

     In the following three articles we focus on the great lie that has been foisted on our nation and the repercussions from this lack of respect for the Commandments of God. First, in this weekend's editorial we point out how the constant lies have tainted the very fabric of society and dulled us to the clever, cunning wiles of the evil one. It's time to wake up before it's too late. For the editorial titled We're going to have hell to pay...and that's no lie!, click on this weekend's CATHOLIC PewPOINT

We are going to have hell to pay...and that's no lie!

Michael Cain, editor

A dull conscience has dulled our collective consciences to what's right and wrong!

     In her column this week, Sister Mary Lucy Astuto tweaks our collective consciences to return to the scruples of yesteryear and wake up to what Jesus and His Church teach and abide by those teachings. There is no room anywhere for a lax conscience or will be conscious of the consequences. For Sister's column, His conscience is his guide , click on GETTING TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER


A flat symphony is void of a melody in Heaven if we do not constantly tune our hearts and souls to be sharp!

     In this weekend's issue the Hidden Flower of the Immaculate Heart speaks from her heart on the state of our country today, especially in the aftermath of the fiasco sexual exploits of Bill Clinton and the reactions by those who choose to look the other way - similar to the tale of the king who isn't wearing any clothes. Whether the president was or wasn't, we cannot sit idly by and allow this kind of behavior to scandalize our children or our symphony of suffering will be merely a hollow suffering with no merit in Heaven. Click on SYMPHONY OF SUFFERING

If we don't discard the hollow tones of immorality and lies, then our symphony falls flat.

Cyndi Cain

July 25th

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August 21-23, 1998 volume 9, no. 164  DAILY CATHOLIC