Preparing for a Year of Faith Pope Benedict XVI recently announced that he would launch a Year of Faith to help Catholics appreciate the gift of faith, to deepen their relationship with God and to strengthen their commitment to sharing faith with others. The Year of Faith will begin Oct. 11, 2012, the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council, and will end Nov. 24, 2013, the feast of Christ the King.The pope explained his intention in Porta Fidei ("The Door of Faith"), an apostolic letter released Oct. 17. The complete text of the letter is available in Origins, Oct. 27, 2011, vol. 41, no. 21. Catechism of the Catholic Church See also: Credits IntraText CT is the hypertextualized text together with wordlists and concordances.Help: Overview - Text & search - Lists - Concordances - Glossary - For easier reading... - Table of Contents -See also: Index of footnotes Statistics and graphs (Occurrences: 250836. Words: 12492)
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Energy Healing Transmissions You are here: Tian Gong Practice > Energy Healing Transmissions A Unique Type of Energy Work in the Qigong Tradition The essence of Chinese culture lies in its understanding of the oneness between humans and the Universe. The Qi Gong culture, which goes back thousands of years, is a manifestation of this oneness. In the west, Qi Gong is becoming more and more popular as people everywhere yearn for a greater connection to the Universe. Tian Gong Qigong energy transmissions are different from those in many other qigong practices because they connect the work of healing the physical illnesses of the body with the healing of the soul.
Catholics and "Do-Not-Resuscitate" Orders The Moral Principles Behind Its Ethical Use | 9941 hits WASHINGTON, D.C., NOV. 3, 2010 (Zenit.org).- Here is a question on bioethics asked by a ZENIT reader and answered by the fellows of the Culture of Life Foundation. Q: Is a "do-not-resuscitate" order ever ethical? Shouldn't a patient in an emergency situation always be resuscitated, so that the family can evaluate with some time and care what are the limits of ordinary and extraordinary care (and is that distinction used anymore)? Catholic Year of Faith Fifty Answers about the Catholic Church You are welcome to copy these answers to use in parish catechesis, such as parish newsletters 1. How do we know that Jesus of Nazareth was God come to save us? There is no more important teaching of the Christian faith that Jesus
Woman shows incredible mercy as her son's killer moves in next door By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 14:49 GMT, 8 June 2011 A mother whose only child was shot dead has shown the ultimate forgiveness - by inviting her son's killer to live next door. Mary Johnson, 59, now lives in the apartment adjoining the home of 34-year-old Oshea Israel and they share a porch. In February 1993, Mrs Johnson's son, Laramiun Byrd, 20, was shot in the head by 16-year-old Israel after an argument at a party in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
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Thank You Father Zuhlsdorf This is from the erudite Fr. Z at his Blog WDTPRS (What Does The Prayer Really Say). A priest friend lately asked me about how to handle a biretta while in choir. This only the first time I have been asked about birettas in the last days. Therefore, I will repost some information I have shared before. 50 Year of Faith Activities: #6-8 Every Friday through October 5 I will be offering suggestions for the celebration of the Year of Faith. Organize a “thank you note” drive for godparent(s). This would be an ideal activity for Catholic schools, PSR programs, or Confirmation classes. John Hoffmire: One woman's story of redemption brings message of hope Survivors from the world of drug addiction and the dark world of sex trafficking and violence often have heart-wrenching stories, but the hope in these stories can be found in the resiliency of survivors and their ability to create meaningful lives for themselves, even in the face of tremendous adversity. Shutterstock Enlarge photo» Editor's note: This is an excerpt of a conversation with Dominique Roe-Sepowitz, associate professor of social work, Arizona State University, Phoenix, Ariz., drawn from her work with a person called "LD" in this article. Survivors from the world of drug addiction and the dark world of sex trafficking and violence often have heart-wrenching stories; girls and women with so much potential, lost to the pain and suffering of sexual exploitation. The hope in these stories can be found in the resiliency of survivors and their ability to create meaningful lives for themselves, even in the face of tremendous adversity.
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