Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Dominican sister teaches that truth is a Person

Sister Gabriella Yi first considered religious life while seeking graduate studies in natural medicine
Sister Gabriella Yi, OP, leads a conversation during a Catholic Spirituality class in the small library at Catholic Pacific College. She said before joining the Order of Preachers, she had never considered becoming a teacher. Agnieszka Krawczynski / The B.C. Catholic.
When God hands out vocations, He also delivers enough grace to follow through with them, according to Sister Gabriella Yi, OP. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Also newly posted:

Jews are leaving Europe; it's worse than you might think
Pope Benedict XVI exchanges gifts after a meeting with members of the Jewish congregation at the Reichstag, which houses the German parliament, in Berlin in 2011. The Pope spoke about the need to continue remembering the horror of the Shoah, the importance of continuing Catholic-Jewish dialogue, and the need for all believers in God to work together to bring moral values to society. CNS photo / Catholic Press Photos.
It may not be 1941, but Hitler's dream of a "Jew-free Europe" is taking shape, and it's time for the world to take notice, say human rights advocates. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

Survey of religious Canadians says majority accept abortion on demand and euthanasia
Catholic parishioners gather for Sunday Mass in this 2010 file photo. According to results of a new survey, fewer Canadians embrace religion. CNS photo.
A new Angus Reid Institute survey released March 25 shows even religious believers embrace euthanasia, abortion on demand and "same-sex marriage" by solid majorities. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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