God's justice on Earth started, with the Passion of THERESA MARIA SCHINDLER
NBC News MEET THE PRESS
Sunday, March 20, 2005
Rev. Robert Drinan, S.J., Professor of Law, Georgetown Law, Former Congressman from Massachusetts (1970-1980);
MR. RUSSERT: Father Drinan, do you think it was appropriate for Congress to be involved in this matter?
REV. ROBERT DRINAN: No, I don't. I think it's rather well settled at the state level, and it's rather well settled also in Catholic theology. I
would recommend that the viewers look at the Web site of the Catholic Hospital Association. For years, they have been developing a coherent
philosophy on this matter and the Holy See in the last year seem to have been a bit more conservative, which is understandable. It's a terrible,
terrible, agonizing thing. But I think that all the judges that heard it, 20, 25 judges, we have the most certainty that we can have in this
Drinan, Cardinal Cushing and the Pope that put him in place. The first Pope in History to declare openly apostasy, in October 1996.
Normal times are behind us. These are the times where God's justice has already started on Earth.
Be aware, all of you that organised, cheered or watched in silent consent THE PASSION OF THERESA MARIA SCHINDLER ON HOLY FRIDAY 2005
March 27 - Vatican TV also caught one of the most poignant moments of the recent papacy, when it beamed images of John Paul trying but failing to
speak on Easter Sunday. The pope had come to his studio window at the end of Easter Mass to bless the tens of thousands of people in St. Peter's
Square below. Aides readied a microphone, and he tapped it as if preparing to speak. But after uttering a few unintelligible sounds a look of
frustration on his face he made the sign of the cross with his hand and the microphone was taken away.
Similar to the sounds Terri is reported to have made and as they are getting away with murdering her.
March 29 -Pope John Paul II may have to return to the hospital to have a feeding tube inserted ...
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