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Cardinal Arinze and the Liturgy
  Widower pursues sainthood for wife: -- Some experts say that Mrs. Coniker appears to be the kind of new saint that the Vatican is looking for: She lived and died in a happy marriage. The claim for heroic virtue is based partly on her refusal to abort her 11th child after a doctor warned that the birth would kill her. With her husband, she gave up affluence to found a ministry to families.
  The Vatican press office announced that the new consultors of the council are: -- American Jerry Coniker, co-founder with his now-deceased wife, Gwen, of the Apostolate for Family Consecration, as well as of Catholic Familyland in southern Ohio, and more recently Familyland Television Network. John Paul II appointed Jerry and Gwen Coniker members of this pontifical council in 1999.
  Cardinal George of Chicago Endorses the Family Catechism
"It would be good for our parishes, schools and religious education programs in the Archdiocese of Chicago to consider using your complete "Consecration in Truth"Catechetical program that includes the Apostolate ’s two-volume Family Catechism and its related audio and videos for levels K-12."  Click here to read entire letter
  Letter from Bishop Thomas Wenski Bishop of Orlando
"Pope John Paul II earlier this month visited Switzerland. Though frail and weak in body, his spirit is indomitable and his message youthful and strong. He reminded the thousands that came to pray with him that “for all the baptized it is essential to pass from a faith of custom to a mature faith, which is expressed in clear, convinced, and valiant personal options”. - Click for More
  Document on the disciplines of the liturgy has  been released by the Vatican. Redemptionis Sacramentum: On Certain Matters to be Observed or to be Avoided Regarding the Most Holy Eucharist.”  The Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, Cardinal Francis Arinze, a long time member of the Apostolate for Family Consecration’s advisory council and video teaching faculty, has just signed this long-awaited document.  - Click for More
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