Monthly Archives: September 2018

Reflection for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Cycle B

FIRST READING            Numbers 11:25-29 The Lord came down in the cloud and spoke to Moses.  Taking some of the spirit that was on Moses, the Lord bestowed it on the seventy elders; and as the spirit came to rest on … Continue reading

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High-End Fashion Designer: I Was Warned About Homosexual/Pedophile/Satanic Infiltration of Catholic Church in the Early 80’s

Posted on 26th September by Michael Hichborn at Lepanto Institute: EDITOR’S NOTE: Marie Toone, the author of this guest article, spent over a decade working in both the high-end fashion and entertainment industries.  Through her work, she was in close, … Continue reading

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The Meaning of the Names of the Holy Archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael

Today we celebrate the feast of three of the holy archangels. Their names have special meanings for their intercession between God and man. The name of the Archangel Michael, Protector of the Church, means “Who is like God?” The name … Continue reading

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Read and weep: Soviet style “psych” tactics used against priests by bishops

  Posted on 25 September 2018 by Fr Z on his blog: What I am about to post, read carefully. Over the last few months I have been contacted by diocesan priests (and a religious) who were being sent by their … Continue reading

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Why America loves European candidates for sainthood

 by Charles A. Coulombe  Five Causes for sainthood – all European [an Austrian, an Italian, a Frenchman and two Brits] – present an antidote to a national malaise We Americans are a fiercely nationalistic people – not merely patriotic, but nationalistic. … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Viganò releases new ‘testimony’ responding to Pope’s silence on McCarrick cover-up

From LifeSiteNews: Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò has today issued a new extraordinary testimony, responding to Pope Francis’ refusal to answer the charge that he knew of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s sexual abuse, yet made McCarrick “one of his principal agents in governing … Continue reading

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An Unholy Experience in Confession

From an anonymous contributor to our blog It was a long time since I had found myself up in London, and remembering a lovely “Day with Mary” in Westminster Cathedral that I had enjoyed a few years ago, I decided … Continue reading

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A Sign from God?

From LifeSiteNews: Pope Francis has claimed to have received a “sign from God,” in response to Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò extraordinary testimony implicating him and several high-ranking prelates in covering up the Theodore McCarrick abuse. In concluding remarks during a Q&A with journalists, … Continue reading

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Father Kalchik, A Priest in Hiding

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Blessed Hermann the Cripple

 By Gregory Dipippo at the New Liturgical Movement: Blessed Hermannus, whose feast day is kept in some Benedictine houses on September 25, is usually called “Hermann the Cripple” or “the Lame” in English, but his Latin appellation “Contractus – the deformed” (literally … Continue reading

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Fr Paul Kalchik: A Kind Of Martyr

Cardinal Joseph Bernardin presides over inaugural mass at Resurrection parish. The cross + gay rights rainbow flag was ritually burned by its current priest, subsequently ousted (From ChurchMilitant.com) By Rod Dreher,  September 24, 2018   Last week, when I heard news … Continue reading

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The Truth About The Crisis In The Catholic Church (video)

The crisis in the Catholic Church has been getting worse and worse by the day for about the last 100 years. In this video, Father Adam Purdy dissects some of the recent scandalous headlines about what has been coming to … Continue reading

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Prominent German magazine releases report on Pope Francis’ failures, especially in abuse crisis

  From LifeSiteNews: The German magazine Der Spiegel will publish tomorrow an issue titled “Thou Shalt Not Lie. The Pope and the Church in her greatest crisis,” which contains a 8-page-long story on many of the failures of Francis’ pontificate. … Continue reading

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Reflection for the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time – Cycle B

FIRST READING            Wisdom 2:12, 17-20 The wicked say:  Let us beset the just one, because he is obnoxious to us; he sets himself against our doings, reproaches us for transgressions of the law and charges us with violations of our … Continue reading

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Jesus Chose Mary for Himself

Saturday has always been the day the Church dedicates in a special way to the Blessed Virgin Mary. This is in honour of Mary’s day of prayerful waiting between the Crucifixion of her Divine Son on Good Friday, and His … Continue reading

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