By Genevieve Yep-Pollack on June 7, 2006
On May 13th Zacarias Moussaoui was sent to the “Alcatraz of the Rockies” prison, where the most dangerous federal criminals are kept. He narrowly escaped the death sentence for plotting to kill Americans in the September 11th terrorist attacks.
By Genevieve Yep-Pollack on April 5, 2006
A doubt can be powerful. The devil used it against Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden. He tried to make them doubt that God loved them. It worked. We’re paying for it. The Da Vinci Code, written by Dan Brown, may not be as smart a hoax as the devil’s lie in the garden, but it has confused many people.
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By Genevieve Yep-Pollack on February 5, 2006
Rebecca Dussault is going for the gold, and yet she feels that she has already won. Few would suspect that one person could excel as a young wife, mother and world champion cross-country ski racer.
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By Genevieve Yep-Pollack on January 5, 2006
No doubt now. A month after hitting the theaters The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is proclaimed
a success, having made $474 million worldwide, surpassing the $180 million of production costs.
By Genevieve Yep-Pollack on November 6, 2005
“But praise be to Jesus, for I defended myself by saying to him repeatedly: “your wounds are my merit.” St. Pio knew that the Devil was more afraid than he was , and was frustrated that this holy priest was saving many souls by prayer and hard work in the Confessional. Holiness scares the Devil.
By Genevieve Yep-Pollack on October 6, 2005
“It’s the best reality show on the air.” That’s what one commentator called it. If we saw it ourselves, we got the impression that we were watching a championship fight. Yet it was a simple procedure in our United States Senate.
By Genevieve Yep-Pollack on September 7, 2005
Noelle celebrated her 2-year-old birthday at the White House last May. President Bush announced to the press conference, “You all are invited to partake in a little birthday cake.” She is just an ordinary little girl, but when she was frozen as an embryo, many people were fighting over her fate.
By Genevieve Yep-Pollack on May 7, 2005
Pope Benedict XVI speaks with the same firmness of faith, the coherence and confidence in Christ that we learned from John Paul II. He gives us confidence that adherence to Christ is our stronghold and message amidst confusion.
By Genevieve Yep-Pollack on April 15, 2005
For all of us who are younger than 27, Pope John Paul II is the Holy Father who has shaped us in the Catholic faith more than anyone. We, the Catholic youth of the world, are his legacy.
By Genevieve Yep-Pollack on April 7, 2005
Often times, a family’s love is in expressed in simple, unnoticed ways. Sometimes, however, something so unexpected occurs that causes a family to express its love in public. And one such case involves a 41-year-old brain-damaged Florida woman named Terri Schindler-Schiavo.