Daily Archives: June 3, 2016

Bishop Schneider: The Church is not a ‘dictatorship’

From LifeSiteNews: This is the first part of a three-part series on LifeSite’s exclusive interview with Bishop Schneider. Bishop Schneider on how the laity should address concerns about Pope Francis   ROME, May 13, 2016 — Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Kazakhstan … Continue reading

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Drunk But Forgiven-A True Story

I just ventured into the dining room suspecting that my youngest son was slacking at his studies, for I have long suspected he is an egregious slacker just like his father. I was very drunk. By this I mean I was … Continue reading

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Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus goes back at least to the 11th century, but through the 16th century, it remained a private devotion, often tied to devotion to the Five Wounds of Christ. The first feast of the … Continue reading

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Upsets, And Disturbances, And Beer

Having held my chair as a “Professor of the Blooming Obvious” for many years, I have to secure my tenure of that un-lofty position by telling you all something that you probably know already very well: Human history is the … Continue reading

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Germany votes to recognise Armenian genocide

This is good news! Germany becomes 27th nation to recognise the appalling atrocities of the Armenian genocide during the years 1915-1923, when an estimated million and a half Armenians were exterminated by the Ottoman Empire (now Turkey). It was masterminded and perpetrated … Continue reading

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