Teenage Suicide is Overcome By…

Posted on February 20th, by in Apostolates, Catholics Come Home, Eucharist, Testimonies, Topics. 1 Comment

Perhaps one of the most telling symptoms of a society’s health is it’s suicide rate. What a tragic statistic that unfortunately devastates cultures and families around the world on a daily basis.

Today’s Story

The testimony you are about to hear from this young lady, faces the growing suicide rates around the world, especially among young people, head on. What gets her through? You will just have to find out by clicking play and listening to her amazing story. What is the health of a society when suicide rates continue to rise in the 21st century? Thankfully, the Catholic Church has been blessed with a youth outreach ministry called , which stands for National Evangelization Teams. You will hear about in today’s testimony. All across the United States and other nations, NETters as they call themselves, take on the task of being God’s instruments to the youth of the nations. Through living out virtue and the message of the Gospels, young people serve young people through the same act of charity that Christ showed on the cross, self-sacrifice.


Perhaps you may be called to join ? If you are interested in learning more about this Catholic apostolate, click on their logo just to the left. This will take you to their website where all the information about their mission is held. It is there that you may begin the most exciting adventure of your life. Just listen to this story from today and you will see what we’re talking about. Indeed, suicide can and must be overcome, by Christ!

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Yesterday’s Story

Readings for 20th February 2012
First: James 3:13-18
Responsorial: Psalm 19:8, 9, 10, 15
Gospel: Mark 9:14-29

Rosary: Joyful Mysteries
1. Annunciation
2. Visitation
3. Nativity
4. Presentation
5. Finding Jesus in the Temple

  • dbarto667

    Peggy’s Eulogy:From the beginning of time,God planned Peggy’s life.Her life was planned in heaven and God forbid if anyone tried to change that program.Peggy and I like any couple planning marriage had a great love for each other.Peggy and I were married in heaven on the date she so passionately wanted in June of 1969 at St. Bernards Church in Worcester, Ma. but for some unknown reason we both went down to the church together and cancelled it?The greatness of this love was not realized until recently.Peggy and I have been together,side by side,for 44 years.Peggy’s legacy is similar to thay of the Holy Family-NO GREATER LOVE HATH ANY WOMEN THAN TO LAY DOWN HER LIFE FOR HER HUSBAND AND THOSE SHE LOVES.Peggy,honey,I love you.God bless you and watch over you always and forever.Love always and forever,Dan

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