Monthly Archives: April 2005

Quote of the Day – 04/28/2005


"There is a shortage of vocations to the priesthood in America, but no shortage of vocations to the papacy."Marcus Grodi on "EWTN Radio – Open Line" 4/28/2005 Tags: EWTN Catholic vocation quotations

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eBay sells JP2-consecrated Eucharist for $2000


I was just made aware of this while listening to EWTN radio. According to The Crossroads Initiative website (a ministry of Dr. Marcellino D’Ambrosio, aka "Dr. Italy"), a Eucharistic host, consecrated by John Paul II, was sold on Ebay for … Continue reading

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Conclave starts today


Please pray that the College of Cardinals will be especially open to the voice of the Holy Spirit as they pick our next pope. For a list of Cardinals, please see http://www.catholic-pages.com/hierarchy/cardinals_list.asp

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Update to Big Companies and ESCR


I’ve received requests for contact information for the companies listed in the WSJ article (see previous blog entry: Big Companies Pursue Research on Embryonic Stem Cells).  I also wanted to make sure to point out some additional information from the … Continue reading

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Big Companies Pursue Research on Embryonic Stem Cells


From articles in the Washington Times and the Wall Street Journal (reprinted at here by iwon.money), it appears that several major U.S. corporations are starting embryonic stem cell research (ESCR) projects.  Some of the companies performing this research are: General Electric Co. … Continue reading

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Interregnum – time without a pope


For those that are interested, here are some links that you might find interesting, regarding this time without a pope, as well as the election process for a new pope. http://www.ewtn.com/holysee/Interregnum/index.asp Remember that this (being without a Pope) has happened … Continue reading

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