Daily Archives: August 12, 2017

Vatican hostility against faithful Catholics deepens our internal schism

In former decades who could ever have imagined that such a title as the above would see the light of day on the Catholic blogosphere? But such is the general attitude in Rome at these times, that “faithful Catholics” – … Continue reading

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Saint Jeanne de Chantal

Everything She Had: “The Widow’s Mite of Saint Jeanne de Chantal” By Christopher J. Lane:  In October 1601, Christophe, Baron de Rabutin-Chantal, went out from his château near Dijon, France, for a short hunting trip. As he rode with his … Continue reading

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