Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Individually Sealed Communion Kit

by Steve Ray on January 12, 2011

Isn’t it great to be Protestant? (chuckle)  You can now take Communion safely with these nice prepackaged crackers and grapejuice. Just pull off the hermetically sealed top and “commune.” Yum!

I am so glad to be a Catholic!!  (click in image for larger image)

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Boycotting Planned Parenthood Sponsors WORKS!

by Steve Ray on January 12, 2011

obama-planned-parenthoodVictory: Companies cease support of Planned Parenthood, dropped from boycott list

Doug Scott, president of Life Decisions International (LDI), said in an email recently that he generally expects two or three corporations will stop funding Planned Parenthood and will be dropped from his Planned Parenthood boycott list between each updating.

But the past few months have brought an unusually high number of corporations that have withdrawn their support for the abortion behemoth.

In fact, eleven companies were on the July 2010 list that have now ceased supporting Planned Parenthood.

Those corporations that have withdrawn support for Planned Parenthood include:

Cisco Systems, Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare, Enterprise, Forbes, Franchise Services, ING, Red Lion Hotels, Rolex, Toys ‘R’ Us, Kenneth Cole, and Trader Joe’s.

This is the highest number of companies ever withdrawing support of Planned Parenthood between updates of the Boycott List.

You should write to thank and support them!

And remember, each time you raise your voice against the abortion giant, you may be influencing a corporation or a local community organization to stop funding this controversial, death-dealing organization.

The latest edition of the Boycott List can be ordered online from Life Decisions International.

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Naming a Child

by Steve Ray on January 12, 2011

By Ed Peters:

The pope on children’s names

No, the pope didn’t “rail” against giving un-Christian names to babies, but he did point out, calmly and correctly, that names are important, and that the choice of a child’s name should not be left to whim or fancy. There is, though—as is so often the case with news stories about the Church—a canonical aspect to this issue.

Read the about it here: here

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