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Sotomayor Issues Challenge to a Century of Corporate Law
posted on October 06, 2009 09:28:58 am
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB125314088285517643.html WASHINGTON -- In her maiden Supreme Court appearance last week, Justice Sonia Sotomayor made a provocative comment that probed the foundations of corporate law. During arguments in a campaign-finance case, the court's majority conservatives seemed persuaded that corporations have broad First Amendment rights and that recent precedents upholding limits on corporate political spending should be overruled. But Justice Sotomayor suggested the majority might have it all wrong -- and that instead the court should reconsider the 19th century rulings that first afforded corporations the same rights flesh-and-blood people have.

Televised mass
posted on October 06, 2009 09:22:35 am
I don't even know if this is the right place for this, but here it goes. I watch daily mass on Ewtn! I was wondering if it is wrong if you don't kneel during consecration? Kerri:)

Forgiveness
posted on October 06, 2009 09:12:37 am
Hi, I know that we go to confession for our sins whether they're big or small. I do this. I believe that this is good from time to time. However, after confession is over, I walk with the impression that what I did wrong is over. I repented and I was forgiven. I said my prayers after and it's over. It becomes the past. I learn from it and try to avoid repeating it. Now, that 's all fine and dandy, but what happens to one's "sin" when an unhappy person comes to you and reminds you of the past and recalls the "sin" you committed? This unhappy person remembers your wrongs and didn't forgive you all these years. How does one cope with this especially after having confessed the "sin" to the priest? Should this person ask for forgiveness again? Is the forgiveness from the confession room valid if someone else brings it up again? Didn't the sin go away? Why is it that the thought of the sin comes back? Didn't God forgive me in that confession room? Why is he allowing the...

White House's botched 'op'
posted on October 06, 2009 09:09:00 am
WASHINGTON -- President Obama (http://www.nypost.com/t/Barack_Obama) yesterday rolled out the red carpet -- and handed out doctors' white coats as well, just so nobody missed his hard-sell health-care message. In a heavy-handed attempt at reviving support for health-care reform, the White House (http://www.nypost.com/t/White_House) orchestrated a massive photo op to buttress its claim that front-line physicians support Obama. http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/tricky_doctored_photo_kTVWHZ3vEeRQbxCC0TNZHN

Catechism certificate
posted on October 06, 2009 09:08:41 am
Hi! Does anyone know where I could get certified in UGC Catechism?

Barack Obama Names Pro-Abortion ACLU Lawyer Chai Feldblum to EEOC
posted on October 06, 2009 08:58:20 am
Washington, DC -- President Barack Obama is racking up another pro-abortion appointment and, this time, the appointee would serve on the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Obama has selected pro-abortion lawyer and Georgetown University law professor Chai Feldblum for the EEOC. http://www.LifeNews.com/nat5542.html

I need your sound advice
posted on October 06, 2009 08:58:20 am
Hi, I have been working in a church on a part-time basis. I work for a living, but sometimes I do things for the parish. I try to work hand-in-hand with my parish priest because I feel that he has the last word for things. Now, I have been organizing things mainly lunches for my Mass. I have gotten compliments for the most part. I have been able to achieve a high enrolment in some of these lunches. In general, it works very well. I have done this for a few years now and I'm good at it. I also read for the Mass. Now, some of the volunteers at Mass are culturally different than I and that doesn't bother me. I believe that we are God's kids and we are the same for that reason. However, there are misinterpretations due to cultural differences on how we say things etc. When there are misinterpretations of some kind, what is the church rule about it? I try to come to a common ground with people and if they don't do their share, I have to deal with the problem another way. ...

Robbed again...
posted on October 06, 2009 08:52:14 am
I'm in a dangerous situation and beg your prayers for God's mightiest guidance and protection. Most Holy Trinity, Shepherds of bodies and souls, minds and hearts, preserve us in the Valley of Death and grant us Your abundant life in Christ's peace. Work Your miracles in us as a witness of Your omnipotent providence, and turn all hearts to You and receive our humblest thanks and highest praise,all for Your honor and glory. AMEN

More than just faith to be saved
posted on October 06, 2009 08:50:42 am
I Timothy 1: 14 And the *_grace_* of our Lord was exceeding abundant with *_faith and love_* which is in Christ Jesus. Ephesians 2: 8 For by *_grace_* are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: [it is] the gift of God:

Not saved by faith only
posted on October 06, 2009 08:49:35 am
I Timothy 1: 14 And the *_grace_* of our Lord was exceeding abundant with *_faith and love_* which is in Christ Jesus. Ephesians 2: 8 For by *_grace_* are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: [it is] the gift of God: Grace includes love, too!

YWCA Misinforms Raped Inmate About Adoption, Pays for Abortion
posted on October 06, 2009 08:42:23 am
Topeka, KS -- The case of a raped inmate in Kansas who was coerced into an abortion and taken to a Planned Parenthood center is generating criticism of Kansas corrections officials. But it is also implicating the YWCA, which appears to have misled the woman and arranged her abortion. http://www.LifeNews.com/state4479.html

Have I done something very wrong?
posted on October 06, 2009 08:39:44 am
After My mom told me that she chose to have no husband, because I'm still in college, I gave her an advice to stop dating, stop having premarital sex, and start a relationship by undergoing courtship, of course she said: "she doesn't deserve any of what I said." and "I don't have the right.", I guess those are kind of true, but she continues to have premarital sex with her boyfriends, and said that: "she knows what she's doing", maybe I may be out of line by advicing my Mom, of all people about premarital sex, she's a loving and caring Mom, she takes care of us all here, I'm in the Philippines and she's in south korea. I feel kind of sad because she thinks that what I've said was to "get back" on her for not encouraging me to date. Please help analyze the situation for me. One more thing, if your Mom is a loving, caring and helpful Mom, and she says: "I know what I'm doing" when she continues to have premarital sex with her boyfriends, no matter what her family and her friends...

needs help responding-Facebook apologetics :)
posted on October 06, 2009 08:28:43 am
I'm hoping to get some help here from people who are better at this than I am. Yesterday I posted this status line on my facebook page in honor of the feast day of St. Faustina....... ---Quote--- True works of God always meet opposition and are marked by suffering.” St. Faustina ~ Feast day... TODAY :) ---End Quote--- Ok, simple enough. But this is how one of my facebook friends responded. Keep in mind this man is an evangelical? (I guess you'd call it) non denom Christian and a former minister/pastor. Whenever I post something Catholic he ALWAYS has a response.......I'm not exactly sure what he's getting at here..........and I want to respond, but don't know how exactly so I'm hoping someone here can help. I'm just not good a forming my thoughts when it comes to things like this. Anyway, here is what he said

Supreme Court Refuses to hear appeal
posted on October 06, 2009 08:28:09 am
The following report recently appeared in the Los Angeles Times. The U.S. Supreme Court recently refused a request from the Catholic archdiocese in Bridgeport, Conn., seeking to block the release of files on priests accused of sexual abuse. A state court had ordered the release, and the church argued, unsuccessfully, that this would violate its rights under the 1st Amendment. (Roman Catholic Diocesan Corp. vs. New York Times) WHY IN THE WORLD WOULD THE CHURCH WANT TO HIDE INFORMATION FROM THE AUTHORITIES? ANY AND ALL THE WORK THE CHURCH HAS DONE TO MAKE IT SAFE FOR CHILDREN IS UNDONE BY THE ATTITUDE OF ONE ARCHDIOCESE (OR IS IT MORE THAN ONE?)

Colossians 1:24 and suffering as redemptive?
posted on October 06, 2009 08:23:02 am
It was put to me in my RCIA class that suffering is a redemptive force, and Colossians 1:24 was cited as evidence. I also found this passage quoted in paragraph 1508 of my Catechism. Colossians 1:24 Now I rejoice in my sufferings for your sake, and in my flesh I complete what is lacking in Christ's afflictions for the sake of his body, that is, the church, Paragraph 1508 http://www.vatican.va/archive/catechism/p2s2c2a5.htm#I Now... On this, I check my catechism, and right there in the index, under redemption, it says "meaning only ascertainable in faith", and points me to paragraph 573.

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