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FRI-SAT-SUN      October 9-11, 1998      SECTION ONE       vol 9, no. 198

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A Testament of out with the Old and in with the New!

The Church's newest saint will be remembered as a martyr for all humanity!

Michael Cain, editor

Victim Souls are the key to the Symphony of Suffering

     In this weekend's issue Cyndi Cain parallels the symphony of suffering of two victim souls in different eras - Saint Edith Stein - also known as Sister Teresa Benedicta of the Cross who gave her life at Auschwitz on August 9, 1942 and a fourteen-year-old innocent one who lies in a comatose state in Worchester, Massachusetts - well known and loved as "Little Audrey" - Audrey Santo and her saintly, devoted mother Linda Santo. Cyndi points out how their suffering is reverberating with graces for the entire world and if we ourselves do not accept our crosses and the suffering God might will for us, then we are in a coma that prevents us from hearing or participating in the great Symphony of Suffering. For her twentieth sonata entitled There can be no Symphony of Suffering if we try to evade our crosses. Click on SYMPHONY OF SUFFERING

There can be no Symphony of Suffering if we try to evade our crosses

Cyndi Cain

Separating fact from fiction on the role of the Blessed Mother


September 25th Medjugorje Monthly Message

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October 9-11, 1998 volume 9, no. 198   DAILY CATHOLIC