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Tebowing…Catholics did it first…


This picture of Tim Tebow paired with a priest praying before the Tabernacle is making the rounds. I have to say, even though I am fascinated by the controversy surrounding Mr. Tebow’s Christian display of trust in Christ, that the Catholics have it over him.
Let us pray for the courage to daily give good witness to Christ.

Define Necessity

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Adult Stem Cell research, ethics –has support of the Catholic Church

His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI met recently with the participants in the conference, “Adult Stem Cells: Science and the Future of Man and Culture,” meeting 9-11 November, in Rome. The Pope’s November 12th address can be read here where he underscores the unique opportunity to discover the beauty of human life in all its complexities through the work of science. He points out that there are possibilities for the healing of chronic degenerative illnesses. He advocates for an ethic that respects the integral good of human life and the common good of society, especially citing Dignitas Personae.

He’s lending his voice to scientific research which gives the best outcome to regenerative medicine. Dr Robin L. Smith and her company, NeoStem, organized the symposium with key Vatican offices.
Listen to a Rome Reports clip on the meeting.
Here’s a previous post about this meeting.
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Remembering the End: the Schola Dominicana features musical works from many periods, November 20

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New York Encounter hosts concert of classical music in NYC, November 30

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About the author

Paul A. Zalonski is from New Haven, CT. He is a member of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, a Catholic ecclesial movement, and an Oblate of Saint Benedict. Contact Paul at paulzalonski[at]yahoo.com.
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