Bay Area Catholic for Oct. 15, 2012

This week, on Bay Area Catholic…

  • Recap of last Saturday’s San Francisco Rosary Rally. Where Father Mark from EWTN’s Life On The Rock and Monsignor James Tarantino of the Archdiocese of San Francisco joined Ed at United Nations Plaza, giving to their insights into the power of prayer in our individual lives and in the public square.
  • Rev. Walter Hoye returns to Bay Area Catholic to invite everyone in range of San Francisco to join him and numerous speakers (including Fr. Frank Pavone) at the October 20, 1 pm, Stand Up For Religious Freedom Rally in San Francisco.
  • Living only in a democracy and never under a monarch puts us at a disadvantage in understanding what a king really is. So how can we understand the “Kingdom of God” concept central to the Bible, our prayers, and our Church? Ed asks Bible scholar Fr. James McIlhone.
  • Immaculee Ilibagiza, who for three months hid from the Rowanda Genocide in a bathroom with 7 others, gives us a preview of her upcoming retreat in Rodondo Beach. She survived but her neighbors and entire family were slaughtered. From this perspective, she now inspires messages of with Hope and Forgiveness.

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