Mallon's Media Watch

Mallon's Media Watch

Thursday, July 15, 2004
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Wednesday, July 14, 2004
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Catholic World News: The Forum:

What Catholicism Is: an election-year reminder

by John Mallon
special to

Jul. 14 ( - With all the foolishness and rhetoric going around this election year, and with much of it involving the Catholic Church, I thought it might be a good time for a brief restatement of what Catholicism is, because many seem to have forgotten, if they ever knew at all.

Catholicism is not so much a religious institution as it is a marriage to the Son of God, who laid down his life for his Bride.

Receiving the Eucharist at Mass is the consummation of this marriage. The altar is the marital bed of this marriage where the priest acting in persona Christi brings new, supernatural life in the Eucharist to Christ's Bride, the Church. This is why priests are male.



Tuesday, July 13, 2004

Will somebody please tell the secular press that NFP is not the rhythm method? ... On second thought, maybe not...

A New Bead on Birth Control (

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Check here to see if your senators are for or against the Federal Marriage ammendment defining marriage as between one man and one woman. If not, call them and tell them to vote for it! Contact information included here. Washington Phones are jammed, call local district offices!

Senators Stand on Federal Marriage Amendment


Monday, July 12, 2004

Sign up here for emails from the GOP Catholic Outreach. Remember Clinton won on the Catholic vote. We must not let a pro-abort president back in the White House.

GOP Team Leader

See my article "Wickedness and the Catholic Vote here

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Sunday, July 11, 2004