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  1. 4elise
    Dec 21, '11 4:59 am
    4elise
    you may be interested in joining us on the Catholic Vegetarians and Vegans group - many of us have made the conclusion you did on the thread about slaughtering animals... Blessings!
  2. BrunoMaria
    Oct 2, '11 1:36 am
    BrunoMaria
    Servus Lisa
    for over two years now, we got a "MailCircle". As it's now kind of fading away and only few strong Catholics keep answeing, we urgendly seek new members. Would you and your friends like to join? Bring as many friends as you can now or later :-)
    Please tell me on my PM-Address [email protected]
    I am the only foreigner in MailCircle - the rest are all US-Americans. I live in Karlsruhe/Germany and I am 75.
    Yours
    Bruno :-)
  3. Church Militant
    Sep 29, '11 8:15 pm
    Church Militant
    Re: Catholic Doctrines: Development versus Change

    You need to see this message before you bail from the discussion Lisa.

  4. Shin
    Oct 4, '09 8:52 pm
    Shin
    We're having a discussion on 'Introduction to the Devout Life' in the Book Club! Why not join us?

    'One single day of devotion is preferable to a thousand years of worldly life.'

    St. Francis de Sales
  5. Shin
    Aug 16, '09 6:45 pm
    Shin
    Lisa! I am back from my trip! And I have found the thread closed. But I am still interested in the topic. If you would like to continue to discuss it let me know, I have an article on the topic I can email you.

    I signed up for the Bishop's eletter, now that the blog is closed. Controversial types actually have regular emails that are interesting to read, unlike to usual requests for money and generalities.

    Benedice I pray!
  6. Shin
    Jul 16, '09 10:59 pm
    Shin
    I am glad to hear it. Thank you.
  7. Shin
    Jul 16, '09 10:33 pm
    Shin
    I do hope you will at least forgive me, and of my peculiar and wrong views and remain my friend. I'm sure if time, if you pray for me, whatever may be wrong, can be corrected.
  8. Shin
    Jun 13, '09 5:00 am
    Shin
    She is a 14th century princess who became a nun.

    www.saintsbooks.net
  9. Shin
    Jun 11, '09 8:50 am
    Shin
    Blessed be God.
    Blessed be His Holy name.
    Blessed be Jesus Christ, true God and true man.
    Blessed be the Name of Jesus.
    Blessed be His Most Sacred Heart
    Blessed be His Most Precious Blood.
    Blessed be Jesus in the most Holy Sacrament of the Altar.
    Blessed be the Holy Spirit, the Paraclete.
    Blessed be the great Mother of God, the most holy Mary.
    Blessed he her holy and Immaculate Conception.
    Blessed be her Glorious Assumption.
    Blessed be the name of Mary, Virgin and Mother.
    Blessed be St. Joseph, her most chaste spouse.
    Blessed be God in His holy angels and in His saints.
  10. Shin
    Jun 11, '09 8:47 am
    Shin
    Keep up the good work!


    I committed to memory three commandments, being eager to keep them with the greatest care and with all my might. These are: 'Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength. Love your neighbour as yourself. (Dt 6:5) Love your friend and hate your enemy." (Lv 19:18 and Mt 5:3) For I understood that man and angel were good, and my enemy was the devil and, insofar as he is evil, the evil man. From that love of God and neighbour, and from the fear and hatred of the enemy (that is, of the devil and sin), every fulness of grace and virtue has descended to me. That love cannot take root in the human heart unless there is there hatred of the enemy, that is, of the devil and sin.'

    The Blessed Virgin to St. Elizabeth, from 'The Revelations of St. Elizabeth of Toss'

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