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Terri Schiavo – Vatican citizenship: another project ‘declassified’

One day in late-March 2005 a simple telephone call to the Holy See’s Secretariat of State — headquarters of the Vatican’s ‘international diplomatic corps’ — received a terse reply, here paraphrased: if it can be done in accordance with international law, we’ll see what can be done.

It was all we needed to hear. (more…)


Good John Blewett, requiescat in pace

It is with deep sadness that the Directors and Founders of NCCL have received word and now convey with profound respect the news of (more…)

Passing of a noble lady-soldier

It is with deep regret & sorrow that we announce to friends of the NCCL apostolate the transitus Friday, July 20, of a steadfast fighter for Faith & Church, Mrs. Mary M. (Patchak) Schrader, R.N., of Timonium, Maryland.

Pope to prisoners: “I was in prison and you visited me.”

Christ identifies Himself with prisoners. He was not only once a prisoner, at his arrest in the Garden of Gethsemani. He is a prisoner to this day: imprisoned sacramentally by a Divine Love that yearns to be visited in the Most Blessed Sacrament, and spiritually also, in the souls of those who suffer, especially unjustly or needlessly, in prisons of various sorts: not least the prison of sin in the heart.

Here is what the Holy Father has to say about justice and mercy.

Downs Syndrome curable after all?

Very likely yes.

Thanks to the vision, truly illumined by grace, and the fidelity to it of Randy Engel of Export, Pennsylvania.

Mrs. Engel, a former NCCL Director, is the inspirational colleague (on the development & fund-raising side) of the late Dr. Jerome Lejuene, world-renowned French geneticist with the heart of a Catholic saint.

Here, below, follows a positively stunning admission of Dr. Lejuene’s successor in research about curing Downs Syndrome.


Could Terri Schiavo be a saint?

Could Terri really be considered a saint for the pro-life cause?

Read the reasoning on the following three linked pages. Then, think — and pray — about it. (more…)

Might Vatican citizenship have spared Terri Schiavo death by dehydration?

[archive: February – March, 2005 — declassified: March 31, 2014]

It was, as the saying goes, something of a ‘long shot’.

At first glance, the obstacles seemed insurmountable. (more…)