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Monthly Archives: March 2011
Quote above: William Shakespeare, Richard II The Goal: To enhance the flavor of some processed foods by reducing the amounts of sugar, salt and MSG found therein. The Means: Human embryonic kidney cells (HEK). LifeSiteNews is covering an alert issused … Continue reading
Today’s Gospel reading is from John 4:5-42 – the woman at the well. The Samaritan woman encounters Jesus at mid-day as she arrives to gather water. The timing of her arrival is unusual: it is the noon, and the hottest … Continue reading
4000 Earthquakes + Tsunamis + Fallout Hit the United States!! Yesterday – Today – (and sadly) Tomorrow
On March 11 the nation of Japan experienced a 9.0 magnitude earthquake along its northeast shore. It was the most powerful earthquake ever to hit that country. Indeed, it was one of the top 5 recorded magnitudes world-wide in modern … Continue reading
Happy Feast Day, Holy Father! May the intercession and wisdom of St. Joseph, patron of the Universal Church, guide you as you guide us.