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St. Mary Magdalen's
Catholic Church
Willesden Green
London NW10
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Tuesday, July 17, 2007
COME & REFLECT ABOUT BEGINNING OF LIFE ISSUES ALL VIEWS WELCOME
Is the beginning of human life a sacred moment? Is the value of human life absolutely basic to all other values? Our Catholic Faith says yes. Many people today sincerely, and perhaps intelligently disagree with this.

Does it matter to the health of our society and the happiness of lives, inside or outside the family? Our Catholic Faith says yes. Our society begs to differ.

How do we respond to this dichotomy? It can be difficult. Yet it matters, perhaps a lot more than we might realize.

As a follow up to the Bishops recent “Day for Life” on the theme of “Blessed is the fruit of your womb” we plan to have a talk and discussion on Thursday 19th July. As per the purple leaflets from two weeks ago (version two at back) we will look at the past, present and future of the divergence between modern society and Catholicism concerning the beginning and dignity of human life. It will be led by Fr Hugh, Dr Michael Jarmulowicz (parish deacon-to-be) & Chris Hack (parish pastoral assistant)
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We will consider why Pope John Paul II used the startling, rather provocative phrase “culture of death” to describe Western civilization.
See purple A5 leaflets, and come to Annexe on Thursday 19th.

posted by Sinead Reekie at 9:56 am