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  • Tribute to Mothers

    05/09/2010 5:24:39 PM PDT · by mlizzy · 4 replies · 173+ views
    Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation ^ | Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty [1892-1975]
    The most important person… on earth is a Mother. She cannot claim the honor of having built Notre Dame Cathedral. She need not. She has built something more magnificent than any cathedral – A dwelling for an immortal soul, the tiny perfection of her baby’s body. The angels have not been blessed with such a grace. They cannot share in God’s creative miracle to bring new souls to heaven. Only a human mother can. Mothers are closer to God the creator than any other creature. God joins forces with mothers in performing this act of creation… What on God’s good...
  • Shooting the Cardinal

    01/11/2005 7:45:09 PM PST · by Land of the Irish · 16 replies · 402+ views
    Latin Mass Magazine via Seattle Catholic ^ | 11 Jan 2005 | Steve O'Brien
    Seattle Catholic is not affiliated with the Archdiocese of Seattle A Journal of Catholic News and Views 11 Jan 2005 Shooting the Cardinal by Steve O'Brien Time Magazine Cover: Cardinal Mindszenty - Feb. 14, 1949 Film and Betrayal in the Mindszenty Case (Reprinted with the kind permission of The Latin Mass Magazine.) For a moment in the mid-twentieth century the attention of the "Free World" was riveted on the fate of a Roman Catholic prelate, a Hungarian who became a symbol of the divide between East and West. Jozsef Cardinal Mindszenty was an unlikely character to be cast as...