23 Jul 2010
Meditation for the Morning
Let us adore Jesus Christ employing for the glory of His Father and the salvation of men all the time which He passed upon earth not a moment given to pleasure, to personal satisfaction (Rom. 15:3). He did everything from the desire to please God His Father. (John 8:29) Let us thank Him for this great example, and render to Him all our homage.
The Obligation to Employ Time Properly is a Divine Precept
Even if we were the children of an innocent Adam, a divine precept would oblige us to utilize time … Read the rest...read more
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07 Jul 2010
HT to Barbara.
Rene Russo hits the nail on the head–it’s an all pervasive attitude in our culture to dress females in hooker chic. Apparently, there isn’t a line drawn on what age that begins or ends.
When I was an image consultant and working with politicians, their guidelines for dignified dress were pretty much the same as the Catholic Church’s guidelines. More proof of natural law.
You can look dignified, elegant, and fashionable—while at the same time dressing modestly.
Full story here, bits below.
Nicole Kidman recently hit headlines when she came out with her opinion that Hollywood … Read the rest...read more
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29 Jun 2010
31 May 2010
Found at the London Telegraph and reprinted below.
Monsignor Charles Scicluna, the promoter of justice within the Vatican’s all powerful Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, is tasked with investigating sex claims against clergy.
In recent weeks the Vatican has been beset by a series of abuse cases that have emerged in Ireland, America, Germany and Austria and it has also faced claims of covering up and protecting offenders.
Speaking at a ceremony in St Peter’s Basilica, Monsignor Scicluna told priests who had gathered at a service for victims to pray for them and for clergy who
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