NOVEMBER 07, 2010, Vol 60, No 22
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The study folllows on the heels of new reports indicating Komen for the Cure gave US$7.5 million to the Planned Parenthood abortion business in 2009.
The findings were reported in the April 3, 2010 issue of Medical Oncology but are coming to the public’s attention only now.
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Perhaps, more important than the obvious answers to these questions are the questions Jesus might be asking us:
What have you done to My Father’s creation? Why are you destroying the gifts of the earth? Have you forgotten that you are responsible for the planet, your home? Have you forgotten that you were formed of the same origin, that you are part of the one, whole creation?
St Francis of Assisi did not forget. He recognised God’s presence in the beauty of creation. He honoured and blessed every creature that lived and celebrated the interdependence of all creation. When we sing the beautiful Canticle of the Sun we are reminded of Francis’ profound love for God in creation.
The vivacious young Catholic star says her progress in the industry has been helped by her feeling that she is “God’s favourite child.”
The 22-year-old, who grew up in Delhi, says her faith-based life and the courage it provides, has helped her achieve success.
Schooled in Jesuit-run St Xavier’s, she says she never wanted to be an actress. Her father is a journalist and her mother a paramedic and she had planned for a job in media.
Archana shares with ucanews.com how life has offered her surprises and challenges.
These were the words of the Holy Father Benedict XVI on Sunday, Oct 17, during the Mass for the canonisation of six Blesseds, which he presided over in St Peter’s Square.
Saint Stanislaw Soltys, (1433-1489), a priest of the Canons Regular of the Lateran, “was attached to the Eucharist through his ardent love for Christ present under the form of bread and wine; living the mystery of the death and resurrection, which take place in a bloodless way during Holy Mass; through the practice of loving one’s neighbour, whose source and sign is Communion”.