Friday, April 9, 2010

Transfiguration, Cana & Nazareth

by Steve Ray on April 9, 2010

Walking in the footprints of Jesus! What could be better! We are leading a bus full of great folks in the land of Our Lord. Today we started early for Mount Tabor — the Mountain of Transfiguration and the place of Great Commission (Matt 28:18-21).

Then to Cana to renew wedding vows and then to Nazareth. Here we had Mass above the House of the Holy Family and spent time at the Grotto where the Angel Gabriel came to announce the good news to Mary.

We got back to the hotel in time for the pilgrims to rest, walk along the Sea of Galilee and process all they had seen and prayed today. Lots of animated discussions at at most excellent dinner.

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Enjoy this video of our pilgrimage today and see the beauty of this land, these wonderful pilgrims and the Catholic faith!

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Michigan Congressman Stupak is Resigning

by Steve Ray on April 9, 2010

screen-captureAfter the Pro-life Democrat betrayed America and the unborn to support Obama’s “health care” bill which will end up killing the unborn and the elderly, he is now resigning. Read more here.

He was hit so hard for his stupid vote that he knows he will lose his re-election and again decides to be a coward and quit. But his quitting is GOOD for Michigan, GOOD for America and GOOD for the unborn.

It is impossible to be Democratic and pro-life and Stupak proved it. Other Democrats (and all liberal, anti-life, pro-Obama health care politicians) better take note.

Stupak should have never cowered to Obama and Pelosi. He could have been an American hero but instead he will now go down in history as a traitor and a manipulated coward and panderer.

Americans are not going to tolerate the take-over of their country nor the abandonment of the unborn. Rise up America!

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