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I earnestly call upon pastors and the whole
community of the faithful to help the divorced, and with solicitous care to make
sure that they do not consider themselves as separated from the Church, for as
baptized persons they can, and indeed must, share in her life.
~ Pope John Paul II
Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another, 'What! You too? I thought I was the only one!
~ C.S. Lewis Whether, therefore, we receive what we ask for, or do not receive it, let us still continue steadfast in prayer. For to fail in obtaining the desires of our heart, when God so wills it, is not worse than to receive it; for we know not as He does, what is profitable to us.
~ St. John Chrysostom
Whether, therefore, we receive what we ask for, or do not receive it, let us still continue steadfast in prayer. For to fail in obtaining the desires of our heart, when God so wills it, is not worse than to receive it; for we know not as He does, what is profitable to us.
~ St. John Chrysostom
“Many politicians, like much
of the American public, seem
to be unaware that abortion
and euthanasia are serious
violations of the inalienable right to life. These are not just 'Church' issues but are
governed by the natural law of God, which is binding upon all human beings. The right to life is the most fundamental of all rights, since a person deprived of life has no other rights.”
- Cardinal Avery Dulles, S.J. 1918 - Dec. 12, 2008