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World Ended Soon
Commenting on Sunday’s Scripture readings, the Pope said that Jesus’ preaching about the end of the world contains “apocalyptic elements, like war, famine, and cosmic catastrophes.”
“In those days,” Francis repeated, “the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light, and the stars will be falling from the sky, and the powers in the heavens will be shaken.”
These signs are not the most important things, however, the Pope insisted. “Our final goal is the meeting with the resurrected Lord.” The most important thing is not knowing when the end will come, but being ready for it when it does, he said.
“We are called to live the present,” Francis said, but always ready to meet God whenever he may call.
At the end of the world, Francis said, “Jesus’ triumph will be the triumph of the cross, the demonstration that the sacrifice of oneself out of love for one’s neighbor, in imitation of Christ, is the only victorious power and the only stable point in the midst of the upheavals and tragedies of the world.”
The Pope also warned against an unhealthy curiosity to know details of the future, with recourse to psychics and horoscopes, saying they distract us from what is really important in the present.
We are called rather “to watchfulness,” Francis said, that keeps us focused and ready at all times.
“In our days,” he concluded, “there is no lack of natural and moral disasters, as well as adversities of every kind.”
“The Lord tells us that everything passes and only He and his Word remain as a light to guide and strengthen our steps,” he said.
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Pope Francis visits United States
PHÁT TRIỂN MỚI CHO NHÂN LOẠI TOÀN CẦU
When Pope Francis touches down at Andrews Air Force Base on Tuesday, he will set off on the kind of backbreaking itinerary for which this 78-year-old pontiff has become known. With 18 scheduled stops in three states over six days, the pope’s pace will be challenging to match.
A complete rundown of Francis’ schedule from Sept. 22-27 can be found on the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops website.
But unless you’re paid to cover Francis’ every utterance or you’re more Catholic than … you know — you’ll probably want a cheat sheet to know which papal events are really worth your attention. That’s where we come in.
Arrival at Andrews Air Force Base Sept. 22, 4 p.m.
President Obama, Vice President Biden, and their wives will personally welcome the pope, an honor extended to no other world leader. There will be plenty of body language to interpret — but little else.
White House welcome and meeting with President Obama Sept. 23, 9:15 a.m.
An intimate group of 15,000 will gather on the South Lawn to witness Pope Francis’ arrival at the White House. It is expected that the pope and Obama will reemerge on the Truman Balcony for a photo op before meeting privately in the Oval Office — and Francis may say a few words to the crowd. But given the setting and the pontiff’s uneasy relationship with English, he’s unlikely to go beyond a few phrases. Wait for the official readouts of the meeting from the White House and the Vatican press offices.
Prayer with the U.S. bishops at St. Matthew’s Cathedral Sept. 23, 11:30 a.m.
The joint address to Congress and speech to the U.N. will get more attention, but this may be the most significant talk Francis gives in the U.S. Some of the most blunt remarks of this papacy have been directed to fellow clergy. (His 2014 Christmas message to the cardinals, bishops and priests who run the Holy See included a cataloging of their top 15 failings.) The pope will speak to the U.S. bishops in Spanish, which will allow him to be more pointed and open to going off script. If all you’ve seen of the pope is his warm huggy-bear side, this appearance is a must-see in order to understand the reformer role Francis is playing as well.
Address to joint session of Congress Sept. 24, 9:20 a.m.
The first pope to address the U.S. Congress, Francis will find a warm reception from representatives and senators, one-third of whom are Catholic. His speech, which will be in English, is likely to be relatively brief. Possible topics include: climate change, economic inequality, the Middle East, dignity of life, immigration, criminal justice, religious freedom and racial injustice. Keep an eye on former altar boys Joe Biden and John Boehner, seated directly behind the pope while he speaks. They are divided by most of these same issues but will be united for the day in their fan-boy admiration for this pope. A must-see.
Lunch with Catholic Charities clients Sept. 24, 11:15 a.m.
The pope’s presence at the White House and Congress on Wednesday is in response to invitations, but the stop he requested for his itinerary is lunch with some of Washington’s most vulnerable residents outside the headquarters for Catholic Charities of the archdiocese of Washington. This is one of the few such gatherings at which video cameras will be allowed, so it’s likely we’ll see some classic Francis pastoral moments.
Address to the United Nations General Assembly Sept. 25, 8:30 a.m.
Francis’ speech to the General Assembly takes place two months before the U.N.’s Paris climate change conference, so it will come as no surprise if he spends a good portion of his remarks — which will be in Spanish — on the topic. As he did in his recent encyclical, the pope can be expected to link the issues of climate change, consumerism, and global poverty.
Mass at Madison Square Garden Sept. 25, 6 p.m.
This is a wild card event. The pope always includes topical references in his homilies, but it is anyone’s guess whether those remarks will be extensive or if the pace of the trip will be catching up to him by this point.
Visit to Independence Mall Sept. 26, 4:45 p.m.
Using the same podium from which Abraham Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address, Pope Francis will speak to a crowd of roughly 50,000 — drawn largely from Hispanic and immigrant communities. His remarks are expected to focus on religious liberty and immigration, which will have particular resonance given the ongoing GOP presidential campaign. Don’t be surprised if Francis singles out young Hispanics, who make up a majority of younger Catholics in the U.S. but who studies show are leaving the church at higher rates than their parents’ and grandparents’ generations.
The Festival of Families on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway Sept. 26, 7:30 pm.
At least 1 million people are expected to attend the international celebration, part of the World Meeting of Families. The pope will offer some brief remarks, but the real reason to watch? A performance by the one and only Aretha Franklin.
Meeting with international bishops at St. Martin’s Chapel Sept. 27, 9:15 am.
As he did in his talk to the U.S. bishops in Washington, Francis may use the opportunity to challenge his brothers in Christ. He will speak in Spanish, and because his audience is in town to attend the World Meeting of Families, his comments will be dissected to see if they provide a preview of the sure-to-be-controversial Synod of Bishops on family issues in Rome next month.
Curran-Fromhold Correctional Facility Sept. 27, 11 am.
Francis’ ministry to prisoners has been a key aspect not just of his papacy but of his time in Buenos Aires as well. One of his first outings after becoming pope was a Holy Thursday service at which he washed the feet of a dozen juvenile inmates in Rome. . On his recent trip to Bolivia, the pope spoke at the infamous Palmasola Prison, known for violence and overcrowding, and told prisoners he was a sinner like them. At Curran-Fromhold, he’ll meet with 100 selected prisoners and their families, and he will probably use the opportunity to urge U.S. leaders to take action on criminal justice and prison reform. (This stop will not be televised, but a handful of journalists — including Yahoo News — will accompany Pope Francis to the prison.)
Mass for the conclusion of the World Meeting of Families Sept. 27, 4 p.m.
Pope Francis will wrap up his first ever visit to the U.S. with a massive gathering along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway — up to 2 million people are expected to attend. The pope will celebrate Mass and most likely speak briefly about economic justice, which also happens to be the topic of this week’s lectionary reading. If you’re not poped out, it’s worth tuning in to see an enormous crowd of Philadelphians cheering exhortations to take care of the poor — instead of a sack by the Eagles’ defensive line.
Pope Francis visits United State Of America
*Source: CNN – Yahoo
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Henry Kissinger was sworn in on September 22, 1973, as the 56th Secretary of State, a position he held until January 20, 1977.
He also served as Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs from January 20, 1969, until November 3, 1975.
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Diplomat Henry Kissinger was U.S. secretary of state under Richard Nixon, winning the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize for the Vietnam War accords.
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We will never forget September 11
A resilient nation will look forward to the future !
Sept. 11, 2001, brought Americans closer, however briefly, as many looked to one another for strength, courage and comfort.
We will never forget September 11
On September 11, 2001, 19 militants associated with the Islamic extremist group al-Qaeda hijacked four airliners and carried out suicide attacks against targets in the United States. Two of the planes were flown into the towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, a third plane hit the Pentagon just outside Washington, D.C., and the fourth plane crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. Often referred to as 9/11, the attacks resulted in extensive death and destruction, triggering major U.S. initiatives to combat terrorism and defining the presidency of George W. Bush. Over 3,000 people were killed during the attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C., including more than 400 police officers and firefighters.
We will never forget September 11
September 11, 2001, was the deadliest day in history for New York City
On September 11, 2001, at 8:45 a.m. on a clear Tuesday morning, an American Airlines Boeing 767 loaded with 20,000 gallons of jet fuel crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. The impact left a gaping, burning hole near the 80th floor of the 110-story skyscraper, instantly killing hundreds of people and trapping hundreds more in higher floors. As the evacuation of the tower and its twin got underway, television cameras broadcasted live images of what initially appeared to be a freak accident. Then, 18 minutes after the first plane hit, a second Boeing 767–United Airlines Flight 175–appeared out of the sky, turned sharply toward the World Trade Center and sliced into the south tower near the 60th floor. The collision caused a massive explosion that showered burning debris over surrounding buildings and the streets below. America was under attack.
Physicians Medical Group Association Compassion Charity
Chi hội Thiện Đức
Physicians Medical Group Association Compassion Charity,
Under the Sponsoring Association for Poor Patients HCMC
cordially greet poor patients.
We are grateful to the Board of Directors – Trading Co. TBYT Van Khang has sponsored to CHI HỘI THIỆN ĐỨC teams, of 3 blood test machines and 50 test strips its very quality product of Ceragemmedisys company – made in Korea.
We, the voluntary physicians group giving of help, typically in the form of medicare, to those in need.
Our group connection at the heart of private charity cannot be reproduced by government.
We were here in Hau GIang, the very poor part county of Vietnam.
Hậu Giang là một tỉnh nông thôn nghèo, đời sống của người dân còn rất nhiều khó khăn, nhất là thiếu thốn về điều kiện y tế. Vì thế, được lời đề nghị của Trung tâm Y tế dự phòng tỉnh Hậu Giang (vui lòng xem công văn),
Đoàn Y Bác sĩ Chi hội Thiện Đức đã sắp xếp và huy động được đội ngũ bác sĩ, nha sĩ, y tá và dược sĩ ở TP.HCM để về Hậu Giang khám chữa bệnh miễn phí cho 800 người dân nghèo ở Thị trấn Bảy Ngàn (huyện Châu Thành A) và Xã Phụng Hiệp (huyện Phụng Hiệp). Trong đó có nhiều bà con người Khơ Me.
Tuy nhiên, kinh phí đi lại cho đoàn xe, mua thuốc men… khá lớn, dự kiến 78 triệu đồng. Vì thế, chúng tôi rất trông đợi lòng hảo tâm của các bạn để cùng chung tay với chúng tôi trong chương trình từ thiện lần này.
Dưới đây là nội dung chương trình và kinh phí dự kiến cho từng khoản mục:
Nội dung: Khám nội tổng quát, khám phụ khoa, khám và chữa răng, siêu âm và phát thuốc miễn phí.
Kinh phí cho từng khoản mục:
- Phát thuốc miễn phí: 48.000.000 đồng (800 người x 60.000 đồng/người)
- Trám và nhổ răng miễn phí: 15.000.000 đồng (300 người x 50.000 đồng/người)
- Chi phí đi xe và ăn uống trong 2 ngày (nếu huy động được đủ kinh phí thì đoàn sẽ khởi hành sớm hơn): 15 triệu đồng
Thành viên trong chuyến đi Hậu Giang tổng cộng 45 người, gồm 12 bác sĩ, 11 nha sĩ, 14 dược sĩ và 5 y tá cùng một số bạn trẻ tri thức tham gia.
Thời gian dự kiến: 15 & 16-5-2015
Tổng kinh phí dự kiến: 78 triệu đồng
Rất mong sự chung tay góp sức của các mạnh thường quân vì mỗi người góp một phần NHỎ sẽ tạo nên một sự thay đổi LỚN đến đời sống của bà con người dân nghèo ở xã Phụng Hiệp và Thị trấn Bảy Ngàn, tỉnh Hậu Giang. Nếu các bạn tỏ ý muốn cùng Đoàn Y Bác sĩ Thiện Đức về Hậu Giang, chúng tôi rất hoan nghênh vì thêm một cánh tay là thêm một sức mạnh.
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Pope Francis says Church Welcome Divorced, Remarried Catholics.
The Catholic church should be more welcoming to Catholics who divorce and remarry, Pope Francis said on Wednesday. “They always belong to the church,” he said
Pope urges compassion for divorced Catholics who remarry
Pope Francis’ call Wednesday for a church of “open doors” that welcomes divorced Catholics prompted speculation over whether he was signaling support for easing the ban on Communion for couples who remarry without a church annulment.
The issue is at the center of an extraordinarily public debate among cardinals from around the world who will gather this October at the Vatican for a synod, or meeting, on the family, where treatment of such couples will be a key topic.
Pope urges compassion for divorced Catholics who remarry
Pope urges compassion for divorced Catholics who remarry
“He wants the church to get over a psychology that if you’re divorced and remarried that you’re a lesser Catholic,” said Phillip Thompson, executive director of the Aquinas Center of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta. “But it doesn’t address the real issue of what is the path forward for Catholics who want to enter into full communion with the church.”
Under Catholic teaching, unless a marriage is annulled, or declared null and void by a church tribunal, those who remarry cannot receive Communion or other sacraments because they are essentially living in sin and committing adultery. Such annulments can take years to process — if they are granted at all — a problem that has left generations of Catholics feeling shunned by their church.
Catholics who divorce after a church marriage, but don’t remarry can receive Communion.
The pope, speaking at his weekly general audience at the Vatican, underscored Catholic teaching on divorced Catholics who remarry without an annulment, saying, “the church knows well that such a situation contradicts the Christian sacrament.” But he emphasized, “these people are not at all excommunicated.”
“They always belong to the church,” Francis said. The church, he said, must be one of “open doors.”
Francis praised pastors who have shown “a fraternal and attentive acceptance” for such couples. Children especially will be damaged if they see their parents kept at a distance from the church, he said.
“They are the ones who suffer the most in these situations,” the pope said. “How will we be able to recommend to these parents to do their utmost to educate their children in the Christian life, giving them the example of a convinced and practiced faith, if we hold them at a distance from the life of the community, as if they were excommunicated?”
The question of how to translate that compassion into a real world policy has split the cardinals and others in the church. One faction has argued for creating a process by which such Catholics can formally repent of their actions so they can be once again allowed to receive Communion.
Opponents see a danger to this approach and warn it will undermine church teaching overall on marriage.
James Hitchcock, author of “Catholicism and Modernity: Confrontation or Capitulation?” and an opponent of any change in church practice on the issue, said Francis’ comments Wednesday indicate “he kind of leans in the direction of ‘Let’s loosen our discipline on this.'”
“He is not a systematic thinker. I don’t think he sits down and works this all out. I think he follows his heart. I think he says things in a way he thinks will be inspirational or helpful and then we can work that all out later,” Hitchcock said.
Dennis Doyle, a theologian at the University of Dayton, a Marianist school in Ohio, said it’s not possible to conclude from the pope’s remarks whether any change will emerge from the October assembly. By speaking so emphatically Wednesday, Francis clearly wants to stoke a discussion about how to address a problem he sees as urgent, Doyle said.
Nearly half of the total annulment cases in the world came from the United States in 2012, according to the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University. But the overall number of annulment cases in the U.S. and globally has dropped, as the world’s population ages and the number of marriages celebrated in the church has declined.
“He’s not saying anything goes. He’s saying that we’ve got to look at this through the eyes of the small children,” Doyle said.
“He wants this situation to be addressed in a pastoral manner that is open and welcoming. I don’t think it’s possible to say exactly what policy will come out.”
*Sources: bigstory, – http://time.com/
Mobile friendly web design is Responsive website
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Simple tips help you on your way to posting mastery
Starting a new business Website is not difficult, you just need to hire a web designer.
but it is hard to interest people to visit your website and harder to maintaining and gaining customers and this can put many people off.
Some may get off to a good start only to become quickly discouraged because of the lack of comments or visits.
You want to stand out from this crowd of millions of bloggers, you want to be one of the few hundred thousand websites that are actually visited.
Here are some Simple tips help you on your way to posting mastery
Simple tips help you on your way to posting mastery.
- Post regularly, but don’t post if you have nothing worth posting about.
- Stick with only a few specific genres to talk about like special discount, coupons, early bird specials, etc..
- Don’t put ‘subscribe’ and ‘vote me’ links all over the front page until you have people that like your web enough to ignore them (they’re usually just in the way).
Use a clean and simple theme if at all possible.
Event you’re a small business owner (do it yourself), enjoy, think; post for fun, comment on other peoples’ webs (as they normally visit back).
* Remember, there are no rules to what you post on your web!
Những cách thông dụng và dễ dàng nhất để cho trang web có nhiều khách viếng thăm.