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  1. Joe Kelley
    Jun 11, '14 10:30 am
    Joe Kelley
    Thanks - Joe K.
  2. Sirach2
    Jun 11, '14 1:09 am
    Sirach2
    Congratulations, Forum Elder!
  3. Joe Kelley
    Jan 19, '14 5:29 pm
    Joe Kelley
    It is appearing increasingly doubtful. Come join us at CatholicOffline.org
  4. empther
    Jan 19, '14 4:40 pm
    empther
    Hi Joe
    So what's the story with catholic.org forums?
    Are they ever going to get going again, or are they broke?
  5. Dorothy
    Dec 12, '13 4:43 pm
    Dorothy
    Hi Joe Kelley,

    That was a beautiful article on Our Lady of Guadalupe that you posted in that thread.

    Perhaps you are unaware that at the bottom of that site there is a box to click on where it says "invalid new Mass". I went on it and saw terrible abuses, which do not reflect on the fact that there are beautiful and reverent Masses.
    The abuses definitely have to be reckoned with, and I must say that even though they were outlandish abuses the words used to describe them were inappropriate and designed to get people to disbelieve in the beautiful Masses held in their parishes.

    Since you are a forum moderator I thought I should point out what was on that site.

    Advent blessings to you...

    Dorothy
  6. johnXXIII
    Nov 25, '09 11:07 am
    johnXXIII
    This is a very happy week for my family, first my 80th birthday, and then Thanksgiving Day with all of us. Even our pinochle group gave me a card and a party too. We have many things to be thankful. I'm thankful for this group on Catholic Answers too.
  7. johnXXIII
    Oct 14, '09 10:43 pm
    johnXXIII
  8. johnXXIII
    Sep 28, '09 4:00 pm
    johnXXIII
    Remember the days of youth now shaded
    Encounters walking with God now faded
    Viewing by the twilight of many years
    This life not closed, though bathed in sorrow's tears.
  9. johnXXIII
    Sep 27, '09 2:58 pm
    johnXXIII
    Just thought that I would drop you a line, havent heard form you, friend.
    The Annunciation night
    God's plan for the worlds delight
    Union between heaven and earth
    The yes, of Mary for His birth

    What a wonderful day! without her yes, there would be no saints , no church. No San Francisco, Los Angeles, Saint Louis. Her yes, was so very important for the plan of God. We would be unhappy. Jesus' message was a message of happiness and joy. Thank God for our Blessed Mother.
  10. johnXXIII
    Sep 6, '09 9:15 pm
    johnXXIII
    I hope we get to see the film here in America.
    BENEDICT XVI ATTENDS SCREENING OF A FILM ON ST. AUGUSTINE



    VATICAN CITY, 3 SEP 2009 (VIS) - Yesterday afternoon in the "Sala degli Svizzeri" of the Apostolic Palace at Castelgandolfo, Benedict XVI attended the screening of an abbreviated version of the film "St. Augustine", an Italian, German, Polish co-production. The film was made by Lux Vide/Rai Fiction, Bayerischer Rundfunk/Tellux Film, Eos Entertainment Rai Trade and Grupa Filmova Baltmedia. It was directed by Christian Duguay.



    At the end of the screening, the Holy Father expressed his thanks to everyone involved in the project and pronounced some brief remarks. "I feel this film to be a spiritual journey in a spiritual continent, far distant from us yet at the same time very near because the human drama remains the same", he said.



    "We have seen how, in a context far removed from our own, the reality of human life is represented with all its problems, sadness and failures, just as we have seen how, in the end, Truth is stronger than any obstacle and seeks out man. This is the great hope that remains at the end: we alone cannot seek out Truth, but Truth, which is a Person, seeks out us. Seen from the outside, the life of St. Augustine seems to finish tragically as the world for which and in which he lived comes to an end. But as was made clear in this film, his message remains and, even as the world changes, it endures because it comes from Truth and guides us to Charity, which is our shared destination.



    "Thank you to everyone", he added in conclusion. "Let us hope that many people, watching this human drama, may be sought out by Truth and so discover Charity".
    Saint August pray for us now and at the hour of our death , Amen

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