Topic: burial

Contact: Joe Marino, Conference Chairman, 614-477-1480; Mark Antonacci, Resurrection of the Shroud Foundation, 636-938-3708 ST. LOUIS, Sept. 2, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- International experts on t ... discuss

As August comes to a close, my posts about August 2009 also come to a close. It has been good for me to look back on all God has done...On this date five years ago, August 31st, 2009, I had an appoint ... discuss

Painting of Augustine of Hippo and his mother Monica of Hippo,Ary Scheffer, 1846via WikipediaWidow; born of Christian parents at Tagaste, North Africa, in 333; died at Ostia, near Rome, in 387.She was ... discuss

Editorial Cartoon by AF Branco Today in Washington - August 26, 2014: Congress still at work in their home states (ahem: campaigning). Be sure to let them know what you think about the following. A ... discuss

This article was written by Paul Russell, the director of HOPE Australia, and published on August 26, on the HOPE Australia blog.Paul RussellBy Paul RussellThe recent news of the suspension of Philip ... discuss

Psalm 118: Commentary, by St. Theophan the Recluse; trans. Archpriest Gleb Wleskov; edited by Seraphim Englehardt.Psalm 118 (119 in Protestant Bibles) is the longest chapter of the Bible, and is a uni ... discuss

Text:  John 7:37-39a and Acts 2:1-21Grace and Peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Today is Pentecost Sunday, the day where we hear about the amazing events recorded i ... discuss

IS CREMATION ALLOWED?HistoryThe burial (inhumation) of the bodies has always been the most general and constant practice of the people. Egyptians and Persians buried their dead. The Egyptians even emb ... discuss

Over the weekend, Pope Francis visited a memorial in South Korea dedicated to remembering babies who have been victimized by abortions. The leader of the Catholic Church is inspired by something done ... discuss

by Carson Holloway - To hear some commentators talk, America’s struggle over the meaning of marriage is already over, and conservatives have lost. Like latter-day Edgar Allan Poes, they are busily p ... discuss

16 August, Old Testament If any part of Scripture besides the Resurrection clearly indicates that God gets the last laugh, it must be the story of Isaac. After giving new names to Abraham and Sarah, ... discuss

Well, those of you who aren’t libertarian already.  And it might be four issues.  I don’t think most of the public is as annoyed by the war on drugs or as convinced that it’s a fai ... discuss

The National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children on Saturday, September 13, 2014, was first marked in the modern era last fall, but memorialization of society's tiniest innocent victims is no ... discuss

MEDIA ADVISORY, Aug. 11, 2014/Christian Newswire -- The National Day of Remembrance for Aborted Children on Saturday, September 13, 2014, was first marked in the modern era last fall, but memorializ ... discuss

On Saturday, September 13, thousands of pro-lifers in the Untied States will gather at over 100 gravesites of aborted babies and other memorials to the unborn located nationwide to observe the second ... discuss

Vatican City, Aug 8, 2014 / 12:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The Catholic Church plays a fundamental role in responding to the worst outbreak of Ebola infections in history, a Holy See collaborator has expl ... discuss

CEMETERY SALES Sales, FT EmployeeSt. Mary's Catholic Cemetery (Norfolk, VA)St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Norfolk, VA has ground burial plots, columbarium niches, and crypts and niches in a chapel ma ... discuss

This feast day reminds us that our end is God. Every person will finally and ultimately bow before the judgement seat of the Lord. With this in mind, may we give our selves, our souls and bodies, to b ... discuss

The region once known as Mesopotamia, the ancient "land between the rivers," namely the Tigris and Euphrates, has long been known as the birthplace of all Western civilization. The early accounts in t ... discuss

Text:  Matthew 14:13-21Grace and peace to you from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.  Amen.The disciples were faced with a large dilemma.  There were over 5,000 people gath ... discuss

3 August, New Testament These "myrrh bearers" or "faithful women," as they're called among some Christians, with Mary Magdalene, are named in Scripture as the first visitors to the tomb of the crucif ... discuss

31 July, New Testament Saint Joseph is mentioned in all four Gospels. He came from a small village called Arimathea in the hill country of Judea and was a respected member of the Sanhedrin, the Jewis ... discuss

29 July, New Testament Mary, Martha, and Lazarus were disciples with whom Jesus had a special bond of love and friendship. The Gospel According to Saint John records that "Jesus loved Martha and her ... discuss

25 July, New Testament James, son of Zebedee, and his brother John were among Our Lord's twelve disciples. Together with Peter, these two were privileged to behold the Transfiguration (Matthew 17:1; ... discuss

22 July, New Testament The Gospels mention Mary of Magdala as one of the women of Galilee who followed Jesus and His disciples. She witnessed His crucifixion and burial, and went to the tomb on Easte ... discuss

”Whether we bring our enemies to justice or bring justice to our enemies, justice will be done.” — George W. Bush What a fantastic morning. Osama bin Laden has finally been brought to justice. W ... discuss

Random ReflectionsDateline: Saturday April 19, 2014 and the afternoon is slipping away.  The morning work in the backyard is a memory and the short visit with one of the grandfathers was a pleasa ... discuss

Pope Francis, preparing to execute a Judo throw on Patriarch BartholomewOn Pentecost, I was on Ancient Faith Today, which is hosted by Kevin Allen, and was on the show along with Fr. Matthew Baker, to ... discuss

STATEN ISLAND, NY – Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, today decried New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan’s signing of a bill that bars pro-life sidewalk counselors from bein ... discuss

Reblogged from its original location in honor of the five-year anniversary of the death of George Tiller the Baby Killer. ---------------- DATELINE: Wichita, KSA slightly unusual set of circumstances ... discuss

by Carson Holloway May 26, 2014 (ThePublicDiscourse.com) - To hear some commentators talk, America’s struggle over the meaning of marriage is already over, and conservatives have lost. Like ... discuss

Today we talk about Creeds and Evangelicals, why creeds, creeds vs. experience, apologetics and creeds, history, narrative, facts, faith, postmodern remedy, Pontius Pilate, crucifixion, burial, death ... discuss

(originally posted on Chezvh.com on 2/27/14)My nephew Charlie passed away on February 11, 2014, after a brief illness, relating to a congenital heart defect. He will be greatly missed! (He is pictured ... discuss

At daybreak on the first day of the week the women who had come from Galilee with Jesus took the spices they had preparedand went to the tomb.They found the stone rolled away from the tomb;but when th ... discuss

From the Book of the Hebrew prophet Isaiah, Chapter 52-verse 13, through Chapter 53, verse 12[This was written some 500 to 700 years before the birth of Jesus Christ. It is Yahweh (God) speaking to t ... discuss

Tony Miano recently wrote an article titled "Abortion Abolition is Not the Gospel". As far as that goes, we agree with Miano: abolition is not the Gospel. We have said the same thing ourselves on num ... discuss

     Although there has been controversy surrounding whether infant and child sacrifice took place in Ancient Times, an Oxford study now confirms that it did indeed happen and the ... discuss

VATICAN CITY (RNS) In the first century B.C., a grassy hillside just north of what is now St. Peter’s Square was used as a burial place for local Romans. It remained in use through dozens of muds ... discuss

VATICAN CITY (RNS) In the first century B.C., a grassy hillside just north of what is now St. Peter's Square was used as a burial place for local Romans. Now the Vatican is ready to let the public see ... discuss

(RNS) Go green for a God with a eco-friendly burial that drops the mahogany casket and gas-guzzling hearse. What can Catholics learn from Stephen Colbert? And is meditation only a thing for attractive ... discuss

As Gilbert Becker of Blue Springs, Mo. approached the end of life, he and and his family decided to plan a "green" or "natural" burial at Green Acres Cemetery near Columbia, Mo. The post Video: From d ... discuss

Israeli soldiers salute at Sharon's grave Note once again the way the headline is worded: whenever Islamic jihadists are the perpetrators, inanimate objects suddenly gain a mind and a will. The Gaza r ... discuss

http://www.all.org/article/index/id/MTMxOTM/"Christian love gives the dying souls peace", re-published by American Life League, January 8th 2014. It was a difficult time. Ten days after my wife's ... discuss

A 2,000-year-old burial box believed by some to contain the remains of James, the brother of Jesus Christ, is set to go on public display in Israel, after its owner was cleared of forgery. Oded Golan, ... discuss

The placenta is a human fetal organ that is expelled from the mother’s uterus after birth. Now, Oregon has legalized taking the placenta home for burial or consumption. From the LA Times story: Toda ... discuss

The Liturgical Year by Adolf Adam:Even the oldest liturgical calendars already have a series of saints' feasts directly following on Christmas. The Middle Ages saw these saints as a crotege of honor a ... discuss

On January 2-4, 2014 in Washington D.C., The Polish American Historical Association (PAHA) will explore social, historical, and cultural aspects in the lives of Polish émigrés and exiles in America ... discuss

The Society of St. Pius X has put together the following article well worth reading and meditating upon:The care with which we bury the dead expresses our faith in the victory over everlasting death ... discuss

Yesterday, Today, and Always “Therefore, stay awake! For you do not know on which day your Lord will come. Be sure of this: if the master of the house had known the hour of night when the thief ... discuss

So it seems that the Diocese of Rome has refused a Catholic funeral Mass for a Nazi. Here's the story:  http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/diocese-of-rome-sets-example-of-how-to-deal-with-funerals- ... discuss

Edward was born in 1003. He was the last Saxon king to rule (for more than a few months) in England. He is called "Edward the Confessor" to distinguish him from another King of England, Edward the Mar ... discuss

Kermit Gosnell Has No Remorse for Killing Babies Born Alive Abortion practitioner Kermit Gosnell has no remorse for his role in the brutal abortion-infanticides he engaged in at his Philadelphia a ... discuss

According to Texas law, he wasn’t old enough or heavy enough to need a death certificate, but he got a proper burial anyway. Allison’s son was 13 weeks and 4 days when she lost him. Her husband Da ... discuss

According to Texas law he wasn’t old enough or heavy enough to need a death certificate, but he got a proper burial anyway. Allison’s son was 13 weeks and 4 days when she lost him. Her husband ... discuss

22 September, Old Testament A singular prophet among the many in the Old Testament, Jonah the son of Amittai was born about an hour's walk from Nazareth. His prophetic ministry involved a call to pre ... discuss

Unborn Children are Twice as Likely to Be Killed in Abortion in the Nation’s Capital National Day to Remember Aborted Children a Reminder of Babies Abortion Kills Tens of thousands of pro-life p ... discuss

14 September AD 335 During the reign of Constantine the Great, the first Roman Emperor to profess the Christian faith, his mother Helena went to Israel, hoping to find the places especially significa ... discuss

Nancy Pelosi Wants to Protect Kids in Syria, But Not Unborn Children From Abortion As President Barack Obama and members of Congress debate what action, if any, to take in Syria, there is one class ... discuss

I came across a headline that posed a bold idea: “Killing MS Patients VIA Assisted Suicide to Harvest their Organs?” As a theoretical question for provocative bioethicists to ponder or advocate, ... discuss

Women Sell Positive Pregnancy Tests on Craigslist A new kind of ad is making its way to popular advertising web site Craigslist: women selling positive pregnancy tests. The women selling the tests ... discuss

Medical Examiner May Not Bury Bodies of Babies Gosnell Killed for 10 Years A coalition of pro-life groups gathered in Philadelphia Sunday evening to call on the Philadelphia Medical Examiner’s o ... discuss

NBC Philadelphia (Alliance Defending Freedom lawyer Catherine Foster appears in the video): A two-day demonstration in Philadelphia, related to the Dr. Kermit Gosnell case. Gosnell is serving a life s ... discuss

Note: This event is in progress as of 11:20 ET when this story posted. Philadelphia, PA — A coalition of pro-life groups gathered in Philadelphia Sunday evening to call on the Philadelphia Medic ... discuss

Contact: Rev. Patrick Mahoney, 540-538-4741 PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 25, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ -- National and local Philadelphia pro-life organizations to hold two day event demanding these babies are ... discuss

16 August, Old Testament If any part of Scripture besides the Resurrection clearly indicates that God gets the last laugh, it must be the story of Isaac. After giving new names to Abraham and Sarah, ... discuss

This feast day reminds us that our end is God. Every person will finally and ultimately bow before the judgement seat of the Lord. With this in mind, may we give our selves, our souls and bodies, to b ... discuss

3 August, New Testament These "myrrh bearers" or "faithful women," as they're called among some Christians, with Mary Magdalene, are named in Scripture as the first visitors to the tomb of the crucif ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and KelliWe welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.c ... discuss

31 July, New Testament Saint Joseph is mentioned in all four Gospels. He came from a small village called Arimathea in the hill country of Judea and was a respected member of the Sanhedrin, the Jewis ... discuss

29 July, New Testament Mary, Martha, and Lazarus were disciples with whom Jesus had a special bond of love and friendship. The Gospel According to Saint John records that "Jesus loved Martha and her s ... discuss

25 July, New Testament James, son of Zebedee, and his brother John were among Our Lord's twelve disciples. Together with Peter, these two were privileged to behold the Transfiguration (Matthew 17:1; M ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and KelliWe welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.c ... discuss

22 July, New Testament The Gospels mention Mary of Magdala as one of the women of Galilee who followed Jesus and His disciples. She witnessed His crucifixion and burial, and went to the tomb on Easter ... discuss

On Friday, July 16th, Father Frank Pavone of Priests for Life, Bryan Kemper of Stand True, Kristan Hawkins of Students for Life of America and Rev Pat Mahoney of the Christian Defense Coalition gather ... discuss

Sam P. Gulino, MD Chief Medical Examiner Medical Examiner’s Office 321 S. University Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19104 To Mr. Gulino: We write on behalf of Reverend Patrick Mahoney, Director of the Chr ... discuss

For my mom's birthday this year (which was July 2nd), I really wanted to give her a special keepsake to symbolize her being a grandmother. You see, she doesn't have any living grandchildren on earth a ... discuss

(I wrote the following article for our church bulletin on 17 Apr 11.)Recently, there was a commotion in the media about the Ministry of Manpower buying designer Herman Miller chairs priced at S$575 fo ... discuss

(This was written in 2000, to be read after his death; he died on 22 Jul 2007)Dear Family,"The time has come for my departure" (2 Tim. 4:6). It's strange to write this when I'm feeling well and vigoro ... discuss

N., I still remember the first day you walked into Ward 4 with madam; we had been expecting you for the prostate biopsy. It was sometime in the month of December, 2009, the 3rd month of my internship. ... discuss

This kind of story gives you hope for those who have longed to find loved ones who disappeared so long ago. Thankfully they were found alive and all are safe and reunited with family again. What an or ... discuss

Raising of Lazarus, 15th century Russian icon.  The raising of Lazarus, dead four days, stinking and bound up in burial bands, symbolizes the raising of a soul dead in sin to the life of grace.". ... discuss

The shroud of Turin is probably my favorite artifact and I’ve written about it repeatedly.  Also my favorite “picture” of Jesus is that of the face seen on the shroud. Ever since I ... discuss

6 April AD 1528 Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), a native of Nuernberg, Germany, was one of the most learned of Renaissance artists and ranked among the great minds of Humanism. His paintings and woo ... discuss

Our lives and our memories like the flow of the calendar and time go on....even though the reality of Barbara's life and her presence are gone...Today was difficult in the mix of another milestone in ... discuss

At daybreak on the first day of the week the women who had come from Galilee with Jesus took the spices they had preparedand went to the tomb.They found the stone rolled away from the tomb;but when th ... discuss

Good Friday - It is finished, but it is not over.“And after this Joseph of Arimathaea, being a disciple of Jesus, but secretly for fear of the Jews, besought Pilate that he might take away the body ... discuss

Fibrils from one of the image areas of the Shroud. Just when you think you’ve debunked a religious artifact good and proper …. Many people who only know that the Shroud of Turin is alleged ... discuss

(This is inspired by a reflection I heard yesterday while listening to Johnnette Benkovic on her EWTN radio show Women of Grace)The following was a part of the 1st Reading from Tuesday's Office of Rea ... discuss

Vatican Insider reports:New scientific experiments carried out at the University of Padua have apparently confirmed that the Shroud Turin can be dated back to the 1st century AD. This makes its co ... discuss

 Lorica of Saint Patrick I arise today Through a mighty strength, the invocation of the Trinity, Through a belief in the Threeness, Through confession of the Oneness Of the ... discuss

Monica Migliorino Miller is not a name I was familiar with until about six weeks ago, when I received a copy of her book, Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion War. She asked me to consider it f ... discuss

Monica Migliorino Miller is not a name I was familiar with until about six weeks ago, when I received a copy of her book, Abandoned: The Untold Story of the Abortion War. She asked me to consider it f ... discuss

Updated from previous story... killed young parents and newborn baby in tragic hit and run this weekend...the baby passed away last night :( The NYPD released this photo of the suspect today thr ... discuss

My friend Daria Stockey has written a great piece on Father's For Good on the Knights of Columbus website called "Giving Up Stuff".  We should be thinking of what Lenten practices we are goi ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 668 Proper of Seasons: 112 Psalter: Sunday, Week III, 992 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Proper of Seasons: 247 Psalter: Sunday, Week III, ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 667 Proper of Seasons: 436 Psalms and canticle as in Evening Prayer II of Christmas, 414 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Proper of Seasons: 159 ... discuss

Robert Heron Bork died last Wednesday morning at the age of 85, of complications from heart disease. Judge Bork was one of the preeminent jurists of our time, holding to the interpretation of the Cons ... discuss

Why, it’s TRADITION! (tradition!) (picture Reb Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof). Remember what April Fool’s Day is like around here, and that we still put a dime in the birthday person’ ... discuss

Today is the last Sunday in our series on Vocation.  The word ‘vocation’ means, ‘calling.’  We have been called by God to be citizens, we have been called to our places of work, and ... discuss

Several years ago there was a lot of buzz on the internet about Rob Bell’s new book titled, Love Wins.  The conversation in the blogosphere was heightened though when Justin Taylor re ... discuss

Supporters of the Culture of Death tend to lack foresight, and do not seem to possess even a rudimentary understanding of human nature. These defects inevitably lead to many cases of the “law of uni ... discuss

Today is the memorial of St. Cecilia, patron of singers, musicians, and poets, because she sang for God alone. She is praised as the perfect model of the Christian woman because of her virginity and t ... discuss

Fourth Thursday in November, United States Another year, another day to stop and say, "Thanks." Of course, we don't need to be reminded to be thankful, do we? God doesn't need to encourage our living ... discuss

May the angels lead you into paradise; and at your coming may the Martyrs receive you, may they lead you to the holy city of Jerusalem.  May a choir of Angels receive you and may you with Lazar ... discuss

The following is a sermon from Rev Tony Sikora that was posted on Brothers of John the Steadfast.  Enjoy.=========================================Beloved in the Lord, The reformation of ... discuss

From the EWTN Site: Lord, have mercy on us.Christ, have mercy on us.Lord, have mercy on us.Christ, hear us. Lord, have mercy on us.Christ, have mercy on us.Lord, have mercy on us.Christ, grac ... discuss

Contact: Philip E. Dayvault, Datum Enterprise, LLC, 919-839-8779, siped@datument.com RALEIGH, N.C., Oct. 31, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Investigative researcher, Philip E. Dayvault, of Raleigh, NC, ... discuss

CAPTURE YOUR GRIEF 2012 Photography Project for October-Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness MonthDay 22: Place of Care/BirthOctober 22, 2012 ♥Day 22. Place of Care/Birth: The place that lo ... discuss

Edward was born in 1003. He was the last Saxon king to rule (for more than a few months) in England. He is called "Edward the Confessor" to distinguish him from another King of England, Edward the Mar ... discuss

9 October, Old Testament The Lord called the Patriarch Abraham (first known as Abram) to become the father of a great nation (Genesis 12). At age 75, in obedience to God's command, he, his wife Sarai ... discuss

also called Dionysius, Dennis, or Denys) is a Christian martyr and saint. In the third century, he was bishop of Paris. He was martyred in approximately 250, and is venerated especially in the Roman C ... discuss

CAPTURE YOUR GRIEF 2012 Photography Project for October-Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness MonthDay 5: MemorialsOctober 5, 2012 ♥I pour my love into creating memorials in honor of my daug ... discuss

yle="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt;">Today we begin our four week journey through the Epistle of James.  In our text, the Apostle James comes against hypocritical Christians.  He is confront ... discuss

22 September, Old Testament A singular prophet among the many in the Old Testament, Jonah the son of Amittai was born about an hour's walk from Nazareth. His prophetic ministry involved a call to prea ... discuss

For the past 10 years this has been a special day in the liturgical year for me. After losing my son to stillbirth in 2002 I felt that I had a special connection to the Blessed Mother in some small wa ... discuss

Today, September 15, is the feast of Our Lady of Sorrows. On this feast, we commemorate the seven great sorrows which Mary lived in relation to Her Son, as they are recorded in the Gospels or through ... discuss

September 15 is the Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows.This feast dates back to the 12th century. It was especially promoted by the Cistercians and the Servites, so much so that in the 14th and 15th centuri ... discuss

14 September AD 335During the reign of Constantine the Great, the first Roman Emperor to profess the Christian faith, his mother Helena went to Israel, hoping to find the places especially significant ... discuss

From my Inbox this morning:WHY DID MR. ROGERS WEAR A SWEATER?Captain Kangaroo passed away on January 23, 2004 at age 76,which is odd, because he always looked to be 76. (DOB: 6/27/27). His death remi ... discuss

The Divine Shepherdess I will cure all your ills.  I will bandage your wounds with the oil of mercy and the wine of love. Letaille 211© Holy Card HeavenThe Birthday of our Lady - Yesterday was t ... discuss

   ACTS OF BIBLICAL HOSTILITY BY PRESIDENT OBAMA David Barton of Wallbuilders.com  has come out with a list explaining why Barack Obama is the most Biblically h ... discuss

Abortionist James Pendergraft arrives at Orlando Women’s Center in the summer of 2011. Pendergraft owns a chain of five abortion centers in Florida that specialize in late-trm abortions. (Cl ... discuss

For those who have been wondering why Rocco Palmo’s Whispers in the Loggia has been so quiet, recently — and I know you have been wondering, because some of you have been emailing me askin ... discuss

Today we commemorate St. Joseph Calasanz.St. Joseph is the founder of the Poor Clerks Regular (Piarists), a community devoted to the task of educating youth. At an early age, Joseph loved to ... discuss

The Saints of the Day for August 25 are St. Louis of France and St. Joseph Calasan.St. Louis of FranceReigning from 1226 to 1270, Louis IX showed how a saint would act on the throne of France. He was ... discuss

Do You Have Eternal Life? 1 John 5:11-12 And the witness is this, that God has given us eternal life, and this life is in His Son. He who has the Son has the life; he who does not have the Son of God ... discuss

16 August, Old Testament If any part of Scripture besides the Resurrection clearly indicates that God gets the last laugh, it's got to be the story of Isaac. After giving new names to Abraham and Sara ... discuss

              Ending abortion does not just mean changing hearts and minds; it means changing laws and public policies. In two short, powerful brochures — in ... discuss

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Richmond County Public Administrator Gary D. Gotlin was among those gathered behind nine small white coffins last week at the Garden of Angels, a plot reserved for stillbor ... discuss

The Saints of the Day for August 7 are St. Sixtus II and companions and St. Cajetan,St. Sixtus II and companionsEven as the storm of persecution created by Emperor Valerian raged against the Church, t ... discuss

This feast day reminds us that our end is God. Every person will finally and ultimately bow before the judgement seat of the Lord. With this in mind, may we give our selves, our souls and bodies, to b ... discuss

On Friday, August 3, 2012, Fr. Frank Pavone buried 9 children who died in the womb. The burial took place on Staten Island, at Resurrection Cemetery, a cemetery of the Archdiocese of New York. ... discuss

Fr. Frank Pavone buried 9 children who died in the womb. The burial took place on Staten Island, at Resurrection Cemetery, a cemetery of the Archdiocese of New York. Related posts:Fr. Pavone calls ... discuss

Andrew Golebiowski, Chair of the Polish Legacy Project of Buffalo shared the news of the passing of ś.p. Daniel Kij on Tuesday, August 2nd. I had known ś.p. Daniel for years. He was a mainstay in ... discuss

Andrew Golebiowski, Chair of the Polish Legacy Project of Buffalo shared the news of the passing of ś.p. Daniel Kij on Tuesday, August 2nd. I had known ś.p. Daniel for years. He was a mainstay in ... discuss

3 August, New Testament These "myrrh bearers" or "faithful women," as they're called among some Christians, with Mary Magdalene, are named in Scripture as the first visitors to the tomb of the crucifi ... discuss

was a Pharisee and a member of the Sanhedrin, who, according to the Gospel of John, showed favour to Jesus. He appears three times: the first is when he visits Jesus one night to listen to his teachin ... discuss

There is a banner ad at the top of my site offering 35% off pre-orders of the soon-to-be-released book, Abandoned: The Untold Stories of the Abortion Wars, written by Dr. Monica Miller. My endorsement ... discuss

31 July, New Testament Saint Joseph is mentioned in all four Gospels. He came from a small village called Arimathea in the hill country of Judea and was a respected member of the Sanhedrin, the Jewish ... discuss

29 July, New Testament Mary, Martha, and Lazarus were disciples with whom Jesus had a special bond of love and friendship. The Gospel According to Saint John records that "Jesus loved Martha and her s ... discuss

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: July 26, 2012 Contact: Leslie Palma 347-286-7277 STATEN ISLAND, NY — Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, issued the following statement abou ... discuss

STATEN ISLAND, NY — Father Frank Pavone, National Director of Priests for Life, issued the following statement about a funeral service planned for tomorrow for an aborted baby. “On Friday morn ... discuss

CNA Daily News Havana, Cuba, Jul 25, 2012 / 04:06 pm (CNA).- Cardinal Jaime Ortega of Havana recalled his friendship with the leader of the Christian Liberation Movement, Oswaldo Paya, saying the la ... discuss

25 July, New Testament James, son of Zebedee, and his brother John were among Our Lord's twelve disciples. Together with Peter, these two were privileged to behold the Transfiguration (Matthew 17:1; M ... discuss

Considered one of most frequently stopped at tourist sites in India is the magnificent Taj Mahal, which is to be found inside Agra, a town in Central Northern India. The particular Taj is a United Nat ... discuss

22 July, New Testament The Gospels mention Mary of Magdala as one of the women of Galilee who followed Jesus and His disciples. She witnessed His crucifixion and burial, and went to the tomb on Easter ... discuss

is mentioned in the Gospels as being among the women of Galilee who followed Jesus and His disciples, and who was present at His Crucifixion and Burial, and who went to the tomb on Easter Sunday to an ... discuss

"Elections Are Not Won by Who Voted, They are Lost by Who Did Not" ~~ rfhOur America republic is of a Judaeo-Christian heritage.  It is not ... discuss

Before the American Revolution, there were no bishops in the colonies (partly because the British government was reluctant to give the colonies the kind of autonomy that this would have implied, and p ... discuss

O.P. (August 24, 1484 – July 17, 1566), was a 16th century Spanish Dominican priest, missionary to Native Americans and the first resident Bishop of Chiapas.Las Casas became well-known for his advoc ... discuss

This well-referenced list of events was sent to me from a good friend, and it’s a stark reminder of what has happened in a very short time……….thanks Denise Listed belo ... discuss

"MsoNormal" style="color: white; line-height: normal; margin-bottom: 0.0001pt;">It has been called the greatest enemy of the Gospel.  Just a little ruins everything.  It is sneaky, sly and ... discuss

By Rebecca Oas, Ph.D. (Zenit.org) - One of the traditional names given to the Blessed Virgin Mary is "Our Lady of Sorrows," a title under which the faithful reflect on the sorrowful events of her ... discuss

  This is the Rule of Life for the Confraternity of Penitents. Penitents live this Rule according to the Constitution of the Confraternity of Penitents.THE PRIMITIVE RULE OF 1221 Here begi ... discuss

In previous blog postings I have consistently pointed out that we do not look within ourselves to find the Gospel, but that we look outside of ourselves.  (i.e. click hereand here) Too often with ... discuss

29 June, New Testament The Confession of Saint Peter ("You are the Christ, the Son of the Living God") is commemorated on 18 January, and the Conversion of Saint Paul on his approach to Damascus a wee ... discuss

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 20, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Although the U.S. Military fight and die to uphold freedom, high-level military chaplains report they are increasingly being denied freedom of cons ... discuss

Most days, these days, I feel alright. The joy far outweighs the sadness. But there are days, like today, that my heart aches a little more than usual.When losing Lily was fresh, I would feel that twi ... discuss

I noticed lately that my soul has sort of breathed a great big sigh of relief. I was wondering why this was and then realized that all the "big" dates for the year are behind me, at least most of them ... discuss

There are several arguments that a given pro-choicer will bring up against a pro-lifer’s beliefs about the unborn: it’s not alive, it’s not a human being yet, it’s not a person, it does not ha ... discuss

My Aunt Rachel Ross was born today, June 14, forty-seven years ago. Her middle name is Ross, like Betsy Ross, the maker of our flag. Her birthday is Flag Day.I don't want to admit this, but I didn't r ... discuss

Exit 5. That's the Lake Boone Trail exit here in Raleigh, North Carolina. I have taken it countless times for countless reasons. Just recently I was realizing the irony of it...That's the exit I ... discuss

The following article was published two years ago and is shared again. --------------- Bill Smith, Editor: Today, marked the 66th 68th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy’s beaches, a ... discuss

This post (along with several others) have been sitting in my drafts for a long time. I figure it's time to finish and post them...That first week without my Lily, I was shocked...heartbroken...devast ... discuss

For Mother's Day, my mom got me a very special Mother's Day gift. It is the brick paver I've been wanting to get in honor of Lily for a long time, at the National Memorial for the Unborn. Back in Janu ... discuss

Memorial Day, remembering our fallen heroes who have served our great country, is, if properly observed, a somber day. For a few moments this morning, I read a little bit about Memorial Day, found a q ... discuss

Sweet little Josie Duggar was due on March 18th, 2010...just four days after my Lily's due date. Two days after Lily's birthday. When I heard Michelle and Jim Bob were expecting at the same time I was ... discuss

Ever since I saw The Hunger Games last week the movie keeps keeps intruding on my thoughts. No matter what I'm doing the tap-tap-tap on my memory chips continues. So maybe if I write about it, I can m ... discuss

What is the Catholic Church's official position on Freemasonry? Are Catholics free to become Freemasons?Freemasonry is incompatible with the Catholic faith. Freemasonry teaches a naturalistic religion ... discuss

On May 19, 1858, Mrs. Amelia Weber died at the home of Dr. Charles Cobel in Brooklyn. "[F]rom the privacy of the burial and other mysterious circumstances surrounding the case, the body, six days aft ... discuss

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Martyred c.866. Saint Fremund is sometimes depicted as a king, but it is more likely that he was a noble man's son, although he may have been related to St.Edmund, King of East Anglia. He was born in ... discuss

Activity from January 1 through May 4, 2012 OVERVIEW While many states continue their 2012 legislative sessions, 2012 has already seen significant victories for Life throughout the United States.  ... discuss

We know about Monnica almost entirely from the autobiography (the Confessions) of her son Augustine, a major Christian writer, theologian and philosopher (see 28 August). Monnica was born in North Afr ... discuss

"Truly I say to you, except you be converted, and become as little children, you shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven."  ~Matthew 18:3Work continues on God Moments III:  True Love Lea ... discuss

  "file:///C:%5CUsers%5CMATTRI%7E1%5CAppData%5CLocal%5CTemp%5Cmsohtmlclip1%5C01%5Cclip_filelist.xml" rel="File-List"> "font-family: Verdana,sans-serif;">When I was in grade school I colle ... discuss

The past few days have been hectic and tiring for our family. Since hubby's lola passed away last Friday, we've been quite preoccupied with going to her wake in Quezon City, going back to our home in ... discuss

Thesis XI Of Walther's Law and Gospel In Laymen's TermsIf a person finds himself broken by the sting of sin and regretful in their soul, they are obviously ready to here the unconditional Gospel. &nbs ... discuss

Thanks to Kate Cann, who posted the link to the entire sickening thing at the RealChoice Facebook group.Here is it -- but get some soul bleach -- the Planned Parenthood / Humbolt County Clergy for Cho ... discuss

In the 1800's, the Hawaiian Islands suffered a severe leprosy epidemic, which was dealt with largely by isolating lepers on the island of Molokai. They were simply dumped there and left to fend for th ... discuss

A couple months ago, I wrote about Elizabeth Ministry, which is working to increase public awareness of the need to properly grieve babies who don't survive and also to provide proper burial garments ... discuss

Guthlac was the son of Penwald, a minor prince from the Royal Mercian House of Icling, and his wife, Tette. Born around AD 673, he was a serious child, not given to boyish pranks. Yet upon reaching ma ... discuss

bottom: 0in;">Easter Sunday (Sunrise Service)April 8th, 2012John 20:1-18“Mary”Christ is Risen! He is risen indeed.Alleluia, Amen.Jesus said to her, “Mary.”I will never forget one Grace member ... discuss

Speaking just for myself — because in recent years I always seem to host the family feast of Easter Sunday, Easter Monday is a respite, almost a day of retreat and recovery; regaining energy exp ... discuss

This is the Rule of Life for the Confraternity of Penitents. Penitents live this Rule according to the Constitution of the Confraternity of Penitents.THE PRIMITIVE RULE OF 1221 Here begins the Rule ... discuss

Jn 20:1-9On the first day of the week,Mary of Magdala came to the tomb early in the morning,while it was still dark,and saw the stone removed from the tomb.So she ran and went to Simon Peterand to the ... discuss

This isn't exactly a dilemma, as it is me at the last minute scrambling to change plans. Here's the background. Our family celebrates the resurrection of Jesus every single Sunday when we take comm ... discuss

At daybreak on the first day of the week the women who had come from Galilee with Jesus took the spices they had preparedand went to the tomb.They found the stone rolled away from the tomb;but when th ... discuss

Holy Saturday"On the seventh day God finished his work that he had done, and he rested on the seventh day from all his work that he had done. (Genesis 2:2 ESV)"Ask the Pastor posted in 2006 on Christ' ... discuss

Every year, the secular press has stories about how Christ's resurrection did not really occur. Today on FoxNews is a story about an art historian's take on the Shroud of Turin.An art historian. Note: ... discuss

6 April AD 1528Transferred or Canceled for Good FridayAlbrecht Dürer (1471-1528), a native of Nuernberg, Germany, was one of the most learned of Renaissance artists and ranked among the great min ... discuss

From Medieval Saints- Yahoo Group Maundy Thursday, which derives its English name from Mandatum, the first word of the Office of the washing of the feet, is known in the Western liturgies by ... discuss

Many of us will be celebrating the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ this coming weekend.  That is after all what Easter is all about.  After the Easter Bunny, the egg hunts, and all of ... discuss

Mom, Dad, tell him to stop bugging me! Can’t you get along? “He became the source of eternal salvation for all who obey him.” On Monday morning, October 2, 2006, a gunman entered a one-r ... discuss

PalmSunday – Sunday of the Passion April1st,2012 Mark15:1-47“PassionMoments”" style="font-weight: normal;">PalmSunday and The Sunday of the Passion, a busy day for us. Let'sconsider our L ... discuss

As we begin this Holy Week there is no other issue, no other thought more demanding of our attention than that of the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. On these ... discuss

From: jrp Sent: Monday, March 12, 2012 Subject: Is Obama 'America's Most Biblically-Hostile U.S. President'?     How much of this did you know already before getting this email.... ... discuss

Mom, Dad, tell him to stop bugging me! Can’t you get along? “He became the source of eternal salvation for all who obey him.” On Monday morning, October 2, 2006, a gunman entered a one-r ... discuss

Before the ink was dry, Jefferson   changed "subjects" to "citizens" on the   Declaration of Independence draft Pix Via Library of Congress Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison, ARRA News Servi ... discuss

Before the ink was dry, Jefferson   changed "subjects" to "citizens" on the   Declaration of Independence draft Pix Via Library of Congress Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison, Contributing Au ... discuss

When St. Gall, the companion of St. Columbanus, died in Switzerland in 640, a monastery was built over the place of his burial. This became the famous monastery of St. Gall, one of the most influentia ... discuss




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