Doing Good


I’ve talked quite a bit about people who — without being aware of it — are guided by satan in their actions.

Is there another side?

Of course there is! For every rapist, batterer, abortionist, thief, pederast there is any number of good people, living the Gospel day by day.

Here are some examples:

1. Sister Angelique Namaika, a Roman Catholic nun, received United Nations recognition for her work helping women whose lives have been destroyed by the atrocities committed against them in Congo’s civil war.

2. Hernan Prado of Argentina lost his brother when he was murdered as he sat in his car with his two children on September 6. “I am a Catholic and I believe in Jesus Christ,” Prado said, “If God forgives us every day and gives us the chance to start over, how can I not forgive somebody else?”

3. Little Sisters of the Poor filed the first class-action suit about the HHS Mandate. “Like all the Little Sisters, I have vowed to God and the Roman Catholic Church that I will treat all life as valuable, and I have dedicated my life to that work,” Mother Loraine Marie Clare Maguire, superior of the congregation’s Baltimore province said.

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  • jenny

    …Little Sisters will become Big Sisters in this battle…God bless them for their work.

  • FW Ken

    I spent some time around the internet to see if they are “really” what they say they are, or another nursing order (not a bad thing, but not the sort of community we are reading about). Apparently, these sisters are the real thing, from what I can read. They do hire lay people to help in the work, not requiring they be Catholic, and they do serve people without reference to their professed religion. That makes them a target for the thugs now running the country.

  • perpper

    I used to live near one of the Little Sisters’ home and attended outreach events and loved the sisters and never got around to volunteering there … now I care for the (becoming-elderly) handicapped every day and every day so long as we both shall live … God will put you in it if you don’t move the first time …

  • Gordis85

    Here is a solid story for the Pro-Life Movement to pass along and to renew their hope that one person, at a time, can be converted.

    He is now on his journey of “doing good.”