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St. Peter and St. Paul

June 29
Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul, Apostles
"Both apostles share the same feast day, for these two were one; and even though they suffered on different days, they were as one. Peter went first, and Paul followed. And so we celebrate this day made holy for us by the apostle's blood."
 -St. Augustine

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New Netflix Cartoon Glorifies Cross-Dressing

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

A petition campaign is underway to stop the launch of a new Netflix animated series, Super Drags, geared toward youth and children, that features homosexual “superheroes” who dress like the opposite gender.

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Kennedy Resignation Signals Call to Prayer for Future of US

If there was ever a time for Christians to unite in prayer for the fate of our nation, it is now as the resignation of Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy leaves a seat open for a pro-life justice who could tip the scales of justice in favor of life for at least a generation.

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Correct Timing

June 28

Feast of St. Irenaeus, Bishop and Martyr (130 - 200)
"Where there is order, there is also harmony, where there is harmony, there is also correct timing; where there is correct timing, there is also advantage."
 -St. Irenaeus

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Nurse Gives Up Yoga After 19 Years

The following witness was written by Janet C. Munday, BSN, RN, who serves as the Mid-Atlantic Regional Director of the National Association of Catholic Nurses, U.S.A. Janet practiced yoga for 19 years before realizing that she could no longer do so. In poignant detail, she describes her journey from yoga-as-exercise to the realization that this practice is counterproductive for those seeking the light of Christ.

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Pregnancy Centers Score Major Win in Court!

Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS

The U.S. Supreme Court handed a major victory to pregnancy care centers across the country by declaring that California’s Reproductive FACT Act, which sought to force pregnancy centers into advertising for abortion, was likely in violation of the First Amendment.

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The Mother of God

June 27

Feast of St. Cyril of Alexandria , Bishop (D. 444)
"That anyone could doubt the right of the holy Virgin to be called the Mother of God fills me with astonishment. Surely she must be the Mother of God if our Lord Jesus Christ is God, and she gave birth to him! Our Lord's disciples may not have used those exact words, but they delivered to us the belief those words enshrine, and this has also been taught us by the holy fathers."
- St. Cyril of Alexandria

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