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“When Mr. Van Elslander gets a project in his head, it moves faster than anything we could imagine … in three weeks, we were able to tack some of them down because of (him.)”

Source Article: https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/detroit-business-owner-donates-20-million-to-franciscans

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Holy Father encourages us to read the Bible this summer and I say go one further and read a little each day any time of the year.

You would be surprised at how it comes alive for each and every one of us.  If you can join a Bible study at your local parish or consult Father about this subject in your diocese.

Recently I bought a Catechism as a gift for a young person completing their first Sacraments.  I also bought the same family a family bible.

I recommend if you can donate a bible to your local parish.  Or get involved in a Bible drive for our Confirmation classes.   Or just donate a bible one at a time when one has the resources.

Our children should be able to carry and understand the faith.  If your youth in your area are interested in World Youth Day and your willing to send them out as our Lord asked then encourage them in their planning and fundraising for this event.  The next event is 2013.

I also recommend You Cat or the Catechism of the Catholic Church as a companion study with the bible and a donatable book to your parish and youth.

If you can buy a good bible which you can aford which will last a long time.  Investing in about $20.00 or so is the least recommended price.

I found some which are reasonable at Tan Books which is an excellent Catholic source or at least start here:


See also my blogroll for The Catechism of the Catholic Church for reference.

See also the Vulgate Bible in my blogroll for study.

Caution:  St. Jerome said “Ignorance of Scriptures is ignorance of Christ.”

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Published on Oct 21, 2016

Donate and help the starving people of Sudan: http://bit.ly/2dvIAWQ

Since 2008, Bishop Hiiboro Kussala has been fighting starvation in South Sudan. He has devoted his life to bringing peace to the world’s youngest country and prays daily for the safety and well-being of his community. The severe lack of food in South Sudan has made living conditions deplorable, with nearly 5 million civilians—about 40 percent of the country’s population—in need of urgent food assistance. With many areas of the country engulfed by violence or the imminent threat of bombings, civilians are also facing alarming levels of malnutrition and disease. With your prayers and your kind donations to the Sudan Relief Fund, you can help give life-saving food, water, blankets, mosquito nets, and other aid to help the defenseless and displaced people.

Donate and help the starving people of Sudan: http://bit.ly/2dvIAWQ



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