Astronauts Who Read Genesis on Christmas Eve — and Got Sued

In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

This is one of the most beautiful and amazing videos I've ever seen. On Christmas Eve 1968, as they orbited the moon for the first time, astronauts Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and Bill Anders recited the first ten verses of the book of Genesis during a program viewed worldwide. In 2017, Borman and Lovell fondly recall discuss how that came to be. It's an amazing story about how the wife of a journalist who grew up in a convent came up with the idea to read the first verses of Genesis to the world. And then they laughingly recall how they were sued for doing it.

HT The Federalist

Archbishop of San Francisco Salvatore Joseph Cordileone attends the mass and imposition of the Pallium upon the new metropolitan archbishops held by Pope Francis for the Solemnity of Saint Peter and Paul at Vatican Basilica on June 29, 2013 in Vatican City, Vatican.

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A NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER: Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco has a profound understanding of what the U.S. bishops have called the preeminent issue of our time, and his stand is courageous.