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When Elizabeth Heard Mary’s Greeting…

Mary set out and traveled to the hill country in haste to a town of Judah, where she entered the house of Zechariah and greeted Elizabeth. When Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the infant leaped in her womb, and Elizabeth, filled … Continue reading

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Pray For The Peace Of Jerusalem (Psalm 122:6)

At the root of every act of violence against one’s neighbour there is a concession to the “thinking” of the evil one, the one who “was a murderer from the beginning” (Jn 8:44). As the Apostle John reminds us: “For … Continue reading

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Champs Like Us, Baby We Were Born To Smile

My apologies to Bruce Springsteen for the above title. <GG> British researchers at the University of Durham have evidence that our ability to laugh and smile begins in the womb: Nadja Reissland from the University of Durham and her colleagues … Continue reading

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The Magic That is You!

Oh, my. What a wonderful discovery – an artist and journalist, self-taught in mathematics and physics, an entrepeneur and author who works in the field of medical visualization. In the following video he demonstrates some of his work showing conception … Continue reading

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” And even more so, the value of the person from the moment of conception is celebrated in the meeting between the Virgin Mary and Elizabeth, and between the two children whom they are carrying in the womb. It is … Continue reading

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” “Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you” (Jer 1:5): the life of every individual, from its very beginning, is part of God’s plan. … How can anyone think … Continue reading

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” Life’s contradictions and risks were fully accepted by Jesus… … In his journeying amid contradictions and in the very loss of his life, Jesus is guided by the certainty that his life is in the hands of the Father. … Continue reading

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” The experience of the people of the Covenant is renewed in the experience of all the “poor” who meet Jesus of Nazareth. Just as God who “loves the living” (cf. Wis 11:26) had reassured Israel in the midst of … Continue reading

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” Moreover, once all reference to God has been removed, it is not surprising that the meaning of everything else becomes profoundly distorted. Nature itself, from being “mater” (mother), is now reduced to being “matter”, and is subjected to every … Continue reading

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” While it is true that the taking of life not yet born or in its final stages is sometimes marked by a mistaken sense of altruism and human compassion, it cannot be denied that such a culture of death, … Continue reading

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