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“New survey finds majority back legal abortion, euthanasia”

SEE Article Source, “EWTN News/RealClear Opinion Research Poll #2: Finding the Catholic Vote”:  https://www.ewtnnews.com/poll-2.asp

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Published on Sep 16, 2019

St. Cornelius, Pope, Martyr and St. Cyprian, Bishop, Martyr (Memorial)

David L. Gray – Catholic Author/Theologian
This may be a breakthrough my friends. Father Matthew on an EWTN Daily Mass on 9/16/19 in his homily critiques Pope Francis’ calling for a schism, invokes the work of Cardinal Burke and Bishop Schneider against the Amazon Synod’s heresies, and then says that if the heresies of the Synod working document are adopted, it will lead to eternal damnation.
So Raymond Arroyo is no longer alone at EWTN in the war for the soul of the Church
Watch Full Video: https://youtu.be/uraTREEDgqE

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“The Church, according to canon law, teaches that “the diocesan bishop may never dispense from the norm, which reserves the homily to the sacred ministers.”
As a Catholic woman, albeit not standing behind a pulpit, I would still love to contribute my thoughts on the matter.
Women’s voices, and actions, have helped to shape the course of Church history from its very beginning. This week alone is evidence of that. On Monday, we celebrated St. Mary Magdalene, the first person in Scripture to encounter our Risen Lord. It was St. Mary Magdalene, a woman, who proclaimed to the disciples that she had “seen the Lord” (John 20:18). She is the “Apostle to the Apostles” — and she didn’t need a pulpit to be so.
Every single Catholic woman, by virtue of our baptismal call to evangelize, must imitate St. Mary Magdalene’s example in witnessing to Christ’s life, death and resurrection. For many modern-day Catholics, the clearest reference of preaching we have may be our local priest giving a homily at Sunday Mass. However, if we restrict ourselves to thinking that’s the most influential way to share the good news, we are severely lacking in creativity and vision and are falling prey to clericalism.
I am reminded of the many female Catholic saints who flood the Church with their holy example, not only this week, but throughout the entire liturgical calendar. St. Catherine of Siena was counselor to Pope Urban VI and exhorted him to return to Rome from his exile in France. He listened, and she was declared a doctor of the Church. Another doctor of the Church, St. Thérèse of Lisieux, also never preached behind a pulpit at Mass but still managed to minister to many souls. Two and half years before her death, Thérèse began writing down her childhood memories, and, soon after, her Story of a Soul became a modern spiritual classic read by millions. This seems an unlikely accomplishment for a woman who never left her cloistered convent, but the Lord makes a way.
A more modern example of a Catholic woman powerfully proclaiming truth is EWTN’s own foundress, Mother Angelica. The Poor Clare nun created a TV studio out of an Alabama garage where she would speak boldly week after week, looking directly into the camera lens as if she were talking to you. Her influence surpassed the efforts of the U.S. bishops, and, today, EWTN is the largest religious media network in the world.
This American Catholic media pioneer did not shy away from sharing her opinions about the unique role men and women offer the Church. As recalled in her biography Mother Angelica: The Remarkable Story of a Nun, Her Nerve, and a Network of Miracles by Raymond Arroyo, Mother Angelica once said, “Women in the priesthood, that’s just a power play, that’s ridiculous. As it is women have more power in the Church than anybody. They built and run the schools. God has designed that men be priests, and we can’t afford to deny God his sovereign rights.”

Source Article: http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/women-you-dont-need-a-pulpit-at-mass-to-preach?fbclid=IwAR1cdAg5bdkAEidH8jh8meL3dfce5QjWbgif27gfQ4R1QF1EhLColRQqcsE

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Published on Jun 7, 2019

At this grotto across from Tre Fontane where St. Paul was beheaded, Our Lady appeared to an anticlerical protestant Bruno Cornacchiola in 1947.

Sister Rebecca is the Mother Superior of the missionaries of Revelation. This community, inspired by the message of Our Lady of Revelation, was founded only 20 years ago. Sister Rebecca knew Bruno for a long time, she had met him when she was 24.

 

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Source Article: http://www.ewtn.com/vexperts/showmessage.asp?number=357740

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Published on May 3, 2019

BILL DONOHUE, president of The Catholic League discusses the crisis of stupidity in today’s culture, the remedy, and his new book, Common Sense Catholicism: How to Resolve Our Cultural Crisis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Published on May 3, 2019

FR. JOSEPH FESSIO, SJ, founder and editor of Ignatius Press joins us with analysis of a new open letter signed by some Catholic theologians critical of the Pope.

 

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