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Monthly Newsletter of May, 2009.
(Issue # 109)

Dear friends of Jesus,

May the love of Christ be with all of you in order for His peace to dwell wherever you go during your daily life. During the past month, some of you, your community may have been touched by swine flu, also known as H1N1. Originating in Mexico, it has quickly spread around the world, obliging many Churches to take precautions in order to stop its spread. During the past month, I added to the website a list of swine flu precautions that many parishes have adopted. You may wish to print this webpage and share it with your parish in the future if it becomes necessary. Please visit: http://www.catholicdoors.com/faq/qu219.htm.

In recent Newsletters, I have not mentioned that I no longer answer personal incoming "prayer requests." These emails are now forwarded to a priest in India who has volunteered to answer them. This excludes prayer requests that are received as a part of a mailing list. By that I mean the prayer requests that are emailed to dozen of websites. Such requests are sometimes received on a daily basis.

During the past month, under "Frequently Asked Questions," I answered a great question regarding "Being Judgmental." What is the fine line between judging others versus one's obligation to correct others in order not to sin? By saying nothing, a person can sin (1) by consenting to another person's sin, (2) by remaining silent, (3) by doing nothing to prevent someone's sin and (4) by defending someone's sin. Often when someone corrects another person, he/she is intimidated by someone who will say, "Who are you to judge?" The person who was correcting someone then walks away in silence. That kind of a response is wrong. If someone has an obligation to correct a person, then he/she must do so.

I hope you enjoy what I had to offer this past month and I pray that some of you will be able to use the material to help others in their spiritual growth. May God bless you all.

In the love of the two Hearts,


Catholic Doors Ministry
P.O. Box 7615
Saskatoon, SK
S7K 4R4, Canada

May 30, 2009



During the past month, I added one article of interest.  You may view it 
by following the link below:

Sola Scriptura: The Bible Alone: Part 2


During May, I expanded on a few other topics of interest on the Frequently 
Asked Questions section of the website.  Those 15 topics are:

4 Steps To Sainthood,
911 Victims: Martyrs Or Not?,
Authentic Catholic Bishops,
Being Judgmental,
Changing A Baptismal Certificate,
How And What To Confess During Confession,
Real Or True Presence,
Swine Flu Precautions,
The Sacrament & The Bible: Baptism,
The Sacrament & The Bible: Confirmation,
The Sacrament & The Bible: Confession,
The Sacrament & The Bible: The Eucharist,
The Sacrament & The Bible: Matrimony,
The Sacrament & The Bible: Holy Orders, and
The Sacrament & The Bible: Anointing of the Sick.

To view the answers, please visit:



At present, you will find homilies up to the first week of August, 2009 on the 
website.  That means there are now 9 new additions:

June 20, 2009; Feast Of The Immaculate Heart Of Mary,
June 21, 2009; 12 th Sunday In Ordinary Time,
June 24, 2009; Birth Of John The Baptist,
June 28, 2009; 13 th Sunday In Ordinary Time,
July 05, 2009; 14th Sunday In Ordinary Time,
July 12, 2009; 15th Sunday In Ordinary Time,
July 19, 2009; 16th Sunday In Ordinary Time,
July 26, 2009; 17th Sunday In Ordinary Time, and
Aug. 02, 2009; 18th Sunday In Ordinary Time.

To view the homilies, please go to:


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