Mar 25, 2006

Cardinal Alfonso Lopez T. in The Tidings

The March 24 issue of The Tidings (click on this post's title) carries a long Catholic News Service article on the pro-life, pro-family apostolate of Cardinal Alfonso Lopez Trujillo, 70, head of the Pontifical Council for the Family.

Cardinal Lopez T. says the Council "was born with a baptism of blood." He explains that Pope John Paul II established the Council on May 13, 1981, the day he was shot. (And did you read recently that the wounding of the Pope resulted in cancellation of a big pro-abortion rally set for that evening in Rome?)

Anyway, among its other activities, the Pontifical Council for the Family is organizing the Fifth World Meeting of Families, which will take place in Valencia, Spain, this July. The Holy Father "is expected to attend."

The article has good pro-life quotes, history and news. One of the quotes from the Cardinal: "Will the future have a human heart, or will it be dehumanized? And will the family be destroyed in some countries by unjust laws...?"

What with so many abortion mills killing so many babies every day in this Archdiocese, every issue of The Tidings ought to have major pro-life articles such as this one. It is the least they could do.
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Happy Feast of the Annunciation! Our Lady, Help of Christians, pray for us sinners who have recourse to Thee!
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4 Comments:

Anonymous Alice said...

Besides weekly prolife articles in the Tidings- it would help if on the parish level, every week, the church bulletin would have a hotline number for crisis pregnancies on the front page and a prolife quote upon the inner pages. I have written a letter requesting the first to my parish.

4:16 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Alice,

You make excellent suggestions that every Catholic parish, school, hospital and other institution should follow, as well as every Catholic publication including The Tidings.

9:17 PM  
Blogger Kenneth Fisher, Founder & CRCOA said...

The problem is the Chameleon, Mahony! If any true Catholic still believes he is actually pro-life, I have a bridge I want to sell them CHEAP!

All of these things we are writing about in the blog, are the reasons CRCOA will once again be prayerfully demonstrating this Saturday at the Archdiocesan Religious Education Congress. We are spending quite a lot on printing signs and tabloids, now we need the faithful to come out and help.

We will be demonstrating from 9:00 AM to around 6:00 PM just in front of the main Anaheim Convention Center entrances. all participants are asked to have a Rosary in their hands at all times.

Please, please, please come and stand up for the True Faith as opposed to what many will be teaching inside the Congress.

We also have mini recorders for those who want to go inside and monitor the speakers.

God bless, yours in Their Hearts,
Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder & Chairman
Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.

11:38 PM  
Blogger Kenneth Fisher, Founder & CRCOA said...

Quintero,

Thanks for all you are doing to promote the prayerful demonstration tomorrow. Some of us intend to be there on Sunday as well, and we will make sure anyone else who joins us will have all the materials they need.

By the way, at last count, there were at least 40 definite heterodox speakers and many more questionable ones.

At this kind of Congress, ONE SUCH SPEAKER IS TOO MANY!

Are Our Lord and His Mother asking you to come and prayerfully demonstrate at the REC tomorrow anywhere from 9:00 AM until roughly 6:00 PM when the modernistic Mass complete with dancing girls begins?

Pleae come and join CRCOA tomorrow, we have plenty of literature and signs for those who do come. The more spiritual volunteers we have, the more we can put the truth into the hands of those who are ORDERED
to attend this Dissenter fest.

Pray that it does not rain; but if it does, the heresy does not stop so neither should Their true children. Come rain or shine, CRCOA will be there. Will you?

Kenneth M. Fisher, Founder & Chairman, Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.

5:06 PM  

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