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CARITAS CORNER: Let There Be Hope

By Andy Barton

Andy Barton 0 73 Article rating: No rating

At the end of the new Ridley Scott biopic “Napoleon,” the director lists the total number of French soldiers killed under Napoleon’s command. As if the three hours of 19th-century warfare were not enough to remind you of the brutality of war, Scott drives it home as a last indictment of Napolean.  The numbers are sobering, but the disregard for human life seems to be his message. 

How I Know that Abortion is Violence Against Women

By Cheryle Martinez

Linda Oppelt 0 128 Article rating: 1.5

In February 1986, I started getting nauseous at the same time each day. A friend suggested I might be pregnant.  I highly doubted it, but decided to go to Planned Parenthood in early March for a pregnancy test. I was shocked to discover I was nine weeks pregnant.

Flowers and Herbs Named After Events in the Life of the Virgin Mary

By Sean M. Wright

Sean M Wright 0 215 Article rating: 5.0

On Dec.  8 each year, the Catholic Church liturgically celebrates the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. She recognized that her delivery from sin came about, not by her own merits, but by none other than “God my Savior” (Luke 1:46). This direct historical event set into motion God’s plan for humanity’s redemption. This humble and sanctified woman would then permit God to take human form within her womb (see Luke 1:38).

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