Monthly Archives: June 2015

Thoughts for June 20 (Irish martyrs) from Fr Willie Doyle

A timely reminder from Fr. Willie Doyle, neither to “abuse God’s grace” so lavishly bestowed upon us, nor to forget those holy martyrs who gave their lives rather than renounce their Faith. Remembering Fr Willie Doyle SJ Blessed Margaret Ball, … Continue reading

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Rachel Dolezal Is Just Another Person Driven Insane By Liberalism

By Matt Walsh on The Blaze Liberalism is a force of hopeless insanity. It’s important to understand this upfront. Progressives have been waging a brutal, endless war against Truth, and this is where it leads. To Bruce Jenner. To Rachel … Continue reading

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Russian Demographics Crisis

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Overpopulation Is A Myth

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Laudato Si: first thoughts

Originally posted on All Along the Watchtower:
I think there must be more than one version of the Pope’s latest encyclical, Laudato Si! I do not have to hand the Communist/Marxist version, although I do have to hand the one…

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Cardinal: “What Sister Lucia told me: Final Confrontation between the Lord and Satan will be over Family and Marriage.”

  A Cardinal tells: Sister Lucia wrote me… On Feburary 16, 2008, Cardinal Carlo Caffara (Archbishop of Bologna), after a Mass celebrated at the tomb of St. Pio of Pietrelcina, granted an interview to Tele Radio Padre Pio, which was … Continue reading

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Duties Of Traditional Catholic Fathers # 1

from Fr. Carota: http://www.traditionalcatholicpriest.com/2015/06/15/ In preparation for Fathers Day, I will be posting what Fr. Sean Kopczynski gave about Fatherhood at his mission on Our Lady of Lourdes.  All of you who have a father, have a husband or know … Continue reading

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« Laudato Sie, mi Signore… » — The Encyclical which needs to be written

By Br. Alexis Bugnolo at the Franciscanum blog Editor’s note: Since some Catholics may consider it distasteful or inappropriate to publicly criticize Pope Francis’ Encyclical on the Environment, I have chosen not to publish anything regarding it.

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Catholics Are Romantic

Here’s another Twitter find.

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Consoling Words

I found the above image on Twitter.

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The whitewashing of England’s Catholic history

from: The Catholic Herald:  http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/commentandblogs/2015/06/16/ by Ed West A 19th century view of Magna Carta The invention of liberty, literacy and prosperity have all been wrongly portrayed as Protestant developments Last week I was writing about Magna Carta and how … Continue reading

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Lourdes: The Veil Is Thin

Originally posted on tiberjudy:
?? We took the night train from Paris and rumbled south through the countryside until we arrived in Lourdes just as day was breaking. My two friends and I were in the middle of our fall…

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Lectio Divina: 11th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B

Hope: Trust in God’s Love Paris, June 12, 2015 (ZENIT.org) Monsignor Francesco Follo   1) Man sows with faith, God makes grow with love. The Gospel of this Sunday (Mk 4: 26-35) offers two brief parables, the one of the … Continue reading

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The Holy Mass – “Let the Whole World Tremble”

From The Rhode Island Catholic After attending Sunday Mass in Florida not too long ago I came across the following admonition in the Sunday bulletin: “Please come to Mass early enough not to disrupt. Leave late enough not to insult. … Continue reading

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Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

  A Solemn Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary Most Holy Virgin Mary, tender Mother of men, to fulfill the desires of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the request of the Vicar of Your Son on … Continue reading

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