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In liturgical prayer, especially the Eucharist, and – formats of the liturgy – in every prayer, we do not speak as single individuals, rather we enter into the “we” of the Church that prays. And we need to transform our “I” entering into this “we”.
McKeon, now 81, spoke with Register correspondent Trent Beattie about his long history in and appreciation for what he calls a kid’s game.
Natalie Lander was in a horrific car wreck that broke her back in four places and her neck in two – disregarded advice to have an abortion – and now she and her baby boy and doing very well….
Guardian Angels care for us so that we can be illuminated, guarded and guided on the road to sanctity.
Their crime? Kneeling to pray….
Astronomers are calling it the “comet of the century” and it hasn’t even passed yet. However, early predictions suggest a newly discovered comet may be one of the most amazing astronomical sights in living human memory.
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It is only if the principles of the universality and indivisibility of human rights and a “juridical order solidly based upon the dignity and nature of humanity, in other words, upon the natural law” are recognized that international cooperation can occur. Out of the universal and indivisible rights arising out of man’s nature, we must recognize as central the “dignity of the human person, beginning with the centrality of the right to life and to freedom of religion.”
As hard as that may seem to believe,it’s true…