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May 15-17, 1998             SECTION ONE              vol 9, no. 95

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The hype is misplaced

     Thursday night a nation was glued to their TV sets waiting in anticipation of the final Seinfeld episode, but how many will be in church on Sunday? That is the sad thing that we discuss in today's editorial on a show about nothing contrasted with a Way that has everything if only we see the signs. We take off on one of the famous lines of the show with our title, Yada, yada, yada is really nada in the overall scope of God's Master Plan! For our commentary, click on this weekend's CATHOLIC PewPOINT

Yada, yada, yada is really nada
in the overall scope of God's Master Plan!

Michael Cain, editor

A chorus of crosses can be pure harmony

     In this weekend's issue we debut a new feature that we will bring you every weekend. It is a heart-rendering sharing of the trials and triumphs that the Hidden Flower has experienced as a locutionist over the years in an honest, soul-searching style that will illuminate all as to what it means to suffer for the glory of God. For her first rendition this weekend, click on SYMPHONY OF SUFFERING

Despite Heavenly gifts, we are still very human!

Cyndi Cain

Don't put it off until tomorrow, you could regret it!

     In her column this weekend Sister Mary Lucy Astuto shares with us a special story someone sent her which deals with the preciousness of life. Sister helps us better understand the point of the article in her weekly column entitled A STORY TO LIVE BY. Click on GETTING TO THE HEART OF THE MATTER

A Story to Live By