Monthly Archives: August 2016

“How are we supposed to remain Catholic these days?”

This question above was made to Father John Zuhlsdorf  on his popular blog in his ‘ASK FATHER’ series a couple of days ago. The suffering Catholic, struggling to lead an honest life obedient to his Faith in a world seemingly … Continue reading

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Why abortion activists hate Ireland

By Jonathon Van Maren and republished on ‘Irish Pro-Life Crusaders’ Facebook page.   If there’s one place that abortion activists hate more than a maternity ward, it must be pro-life Ireland. They simply cannot countenance the fact that there is a Western … Continue reading

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The Primacy of God in Our Lives

In 2012, on the feast of the Martyrdom of Saint John the Baptist, Pope Benedict XVI delivered the following instruction at his weekly general audience. Pope Benedict XVI’s teaching, all of which is marked by a strong and humble insistence … Continue reading

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So Shines A Good Deed In A Weary World

Gene Wilder has died. May he rest in peace.

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The Firedrake Jammer

(Don’t listen to it all unless it floats your sampan) You’ll find this little tune playing all over the shortwave bands. It is a traditional Chinese folk music piece. The funny thing is you will find it being broadcast at … Continue reading

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George Soros paid $650K to influence bishops during Pope’s US visit

August 23, 2016, LifeSiteNews Leaked emails through WikiLeaks reveal that billionaire globalist George Soros – one of Hilary Clinton’s top donors – paid $650,000 to influence Pope Francis’ September 2015 visit to the USA with a view to “shift[ing] national paradigms and priorities in … Continue reading

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Is Russia Converting?

CP&S is publishing a recent article from The Remnant, and a first one to which it is linked. We understand some may find their content controversial, but the information therein is based on reality and accurate findings. They give rise … Continue reading

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“The priest is not a priest for himself, he is a priest for you.”

108 Years Ago, This Priest’s Murder at Mass Shocked the U.S. BY KATHY SCHIFFER  When you read a headline about priests being murdered at Mass, who comes to mind? Almost certainly, you think of Fr. Jacques Hamel, who died last … Continue reading

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Norcia Close to Epicenter of Devastating Earthquake in Central Italy

By EDWARD PENTIN on National Catholic Register Like many in Rome, I was awoken at around 3.30 this morning as the top floor apartment I was staying in gently swayed from an earthquake tremor for about 30 seconds, setting off … Continue reading

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Still In Love With His Priesthood After 25 Years

This profoundly sincere and moving video is the testimony of Father Anthony Mary, a priest of the Sons of the Most Holy Redeemer, the traditional ‘Transalpine Redemptorists’ based on Papa Stronsay (in the northern Scottish islands  of the Orkneys) on his … Continue reading

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Pope Francis: withdraw the Vatican’s flawed new sex-ed curriculum (Sign the petition)

CP&S first blogged about this here. Sign the petition over at LifeSiteNews Note: This petition is sponsored by the American Life League Background International life-and-family leaders who have defended Catholic teaching on marriage, sexuality, and life for decades have called … Continue reading

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This is about the American political system, but I can’t argue with any of the points made, and am sure the principle applies to all nation’s politics.

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The Queenship and the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Today, August 22nd, is the feast of The Immaculate Heart of Mary in the traditional calendar and the Queenship of Mary in the new calendar. Both calendars mark the feast of the Divine Maternity on 11th October. In the traditional … Continue reading

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The ‘Eucharistic Heart’ of Pope St Pius X.

Today is the feast day of one of the greatest Popes of the modern era, Pope St Pius X, whose eleven year Papacy was lived at the onset of turbulent and changing times. His great personal sanctity in daily life … Continue reading

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Re-shuffle at Pontifical Academy for Life, JPII Institute

By Claire Chretien, LifeSiteNews: VATICAN CITY, August 18, 2016 A Vatican prelate known for his support of loosening the Church’s approach toward Holy Communion for those living unrepentantly in objectively sinful situations has been appointed to head the Pontifical Academy for Life … Continue reading

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