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Voices Online Edition
Vol. XXIV, No. 2
Pentecost 2009

Women for Faith & Family
Celebrating 25 years of service to the Church

Table of Contents

2.... Letters to the Editor: Help for Teens | Educational Materials

3.... Inside Voices: The Spirit of Truth — Helen Hull Hitchcock

5.... Family Celebration of Pentecost

7.... Novena to the Holy Spirit

9.... The Year of the Peirasmòs — Cardinal James Francis Stafford

14... US Bishops on Embryonic Stem Cells

16... WFF Statement on Conscience Rights - April 10, 2009

17... WFF Statement on Stem Cell Research - May 6, 2009

18... Bioethics Watch: War Against Conscience Right — Nancy Valko, RN

19... This is No Time to Go Wobbly — Austin Ruse

21... Can We Help Our Schools to Be More Catholic? — Joanna Bogle

23... Nature and Grace — Eugene Genovese

28... Embryonic Dialogues — Kathleen Curran Sweeney

32... Pope Benedict XVI Declares Year for Priests

34... Charter of the Rights of the Family

38... Donors and Memorials

39... Affirmation for Catholic Women

Cover: The Conversion of Saul (detail) by Michelangelo Buonarotti (1475-1564) Fresco 1542-45, Pauline Chapel, Apostolic Palace, Vatican.

The conversion of Saul (Saint Paul) is recounted in Acts 9:1-9. Saul was on the road to Damascus where he planned to obtain authorization from the synagogue to arrest Christians. He was struck to the ground, blinded by a dazzling light, and heard the voice of God saying “Saul, Saul, why do you persecute me?”

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