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Planned Parenthood

I regularly read The Dawn Patrol, and am especially glad that it's author, Dawn Eden, regularly reports on the vast number of inconsistancies, lies, and misinformation dished out by Planned Parenthood and its subsidiaries. If Dawn were to write a book about PP, I would gladly snatch up a few copies and distribute them to all my friends; pro-life AND pro-abortion!

Today's blog entry, "Knife Work if You Can Get It", is especially disturbing. The entry concerns an abortionist who has "the utmost respect for life," but says, "how can you not give [little girls] the choice to terminate a pregnancy?" You can read the whole article about this abortionist here.

This is sick.

'Mysterious Letter' Found; 'Stirs Pius XII Debate'...

It would seem that the age-old 'debate' over Pope Pius XII's actions is going to enter a new chapter in the next few weeks. Dawn Eden of The Dawn Patrol has alerted me to a new news story about a letter that somehow incriminates Pope Pius XII, making it seem that he ordered Jewish children who were helped by the Catholic Church during the Holocaust be detained from their families if they had been baptized.

The central issue, In My Humble Opinion, concerns certain groups' and individuals' anti-Catholic bias and vendetta against the Church. But, since this letter is the cause of much confusion and misinformation, I will analyze it as best I can.

Feast of Mary, Mother of God

For those of you who don't already know, January 1st is the Feast of Mary, Mother of God. Now, most dioceses in the United States do not require Catholics to attend Mass on this date this year (as a Holy Day of Obligation) because it falls on a Saturday; but in many other countries (and in New York, I'm told), today is a Holy Day of Obligation.

Anyways, I would just like to let everyone know what a wonderful blessing it was for me to be able to celebrate the New Year with a holy hour before the Lord during Eucharistic Adoration, then Mass at midnight (fireworks were present outside the chapel!), and finally a small celebration afterwards (complete with pretzels, chips and cheesecake!). I found this to be a wonderful way to kick off what I think will be the best year of my life so far.

May Mary intercede for us as we begin this New Year, and may we remember to thank our blessed virgin Mother on this day for her acceptance of God's Son into her womb over two millenia ago!


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