Archive of October 17, 2009

Notre Dame criticized for funding student travel to D.C. homosexual march

Oct 17, 2009 - 04:05 pm .- The University of Notre Dame’s Student Activities Office is facing criticism for allowing a group of five students to use student activities funds to travel to a national homosexual political demonstration that advocated for same-sex “marriage” and related issues.

Sages of St. Mary's celebrate 10 years at Delaware parish

Oct 17, 2009 - 01:27 pm .- In July 1999, when Tony Cecere was approached by then-pastor Father Roy Pollard to start a group for seniors at St. Mary of the Assumption, in Wilmington, Delaware, Cecere wasn’t sure how the idea would materialize. A decade later, however, it has far-exceeded his expectations.

Ex-abortionist says Divine Mercy is answer to worldly cynicism

Oct 17, 2009 - 08:03 am .- A former abortionist has said he believes that Our Lady of Guadalupe enlightened him about the destructive nature of his work, adding that Jesus’ mercy has affected and forgiven him. Devotion to The Divine Mercy, he said, is an answer to the pessimism, skepticism, relativism and cynicism of the world.

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