The Four Marks 10-10
OCTOBER 2010—News Bullets by Edmund Sheridan talk about the public’s relationship with law enforcement, and a country teetering on police state. This is flanked by “Gun wielding abortionist arrested for threatening pro-lifers.” The editor says, “Heard that before” addressing precautions and the line between religion and politics. Also on the Op-Ed page is Fr. Martin Stépanich, OFM, STD. Daniel Capodilupo tells us “How to assist the dying” and provides useful legal aids. Joseph Sobran’s obituary is also on the op-ed pages—a man who was perhaps more controversial than The Four Marks. Church history by the Fathers Radecki covers 1414-1418, a period of unbelievable suffering and death. John S. Daly gives us a surprisingly fresh perspective reviewing the book: The Art of Reaching the Truth. He asks the question, “Is There Smoke Without Fire?” In another op-ed, Stephen Heiner writes, “Reflections on 9/11: Lessons still not learned. John Gregory presents St. Bridget. Father Tim''s Talks is entitled, “Absolution refused.” Observations by Michael Oswalt reveals much about the New Church. There’s also Goldstein’s letters, and cartoons and commentary.