Monthly Archives: May 2019

Catholic leaders who say hell is empty are basically calling Jesus ‘liar’

By Lisa Bourne at LifeSiteNews: To suggest that hell is empty amounts to calling Jesus a liar, LifeSiteNews co-founder and editor-in-chief John-Henry Westen told a recent gathering of Catholic pro-life and family advocates in Rome. That hell contains human souls … Continue reading

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Thoughts for the Feast of the Visitation from Fr Willie Doyle

By Pat Kenny on his blog, ‘REMEMBERING FR WILLIE DOYLE SJ’ To Mary’s feet in heaven today the angels come in never-ending stream to lay before her the offerings of her loving earthly children. To their Queen they bear fair … Continue reading

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The First Novena

The visible “sending” of the Holy Ghost, which is the special object of the solemnity of Pentecost, belongs to Jesus in His Divine Nature (as it belongs also to the Father) and on this account it enters into the cycle … Continue reading

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Solemnity of the Ascension of Our Lord – Cycle C

FIRST READING            Acts of the Apostles 1:1-11 In the first book, Theophilus, I dealt with all that Jesus did and taught until the day he was taken up, after giving instructions through the Holy Spirit to the apostles whom he … Continue reading

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Abp Viganò says Pope is lying in latest denial about McCarrick 

ROME, May 28, 2019 From LifeSiteNews: For what appears to be the first time, Pope Francis has openly denied that he knew anything of former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s immoral activities, directly contradicting Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò’s account of their conversation … Continue reading

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The Pell Case: Developments Down Under

By George Weigel at First Things: In three weeks, a panel of senior judges will hear Cardinal George Pell’s appeal of the unjust verdict rendered against him at his retrial in March, when he was convicted of “historical sexual abuse.” … Continue reading

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Cardinal Danneels admits being part of clerical ‘Mafia’ that plotted Francis’ election

From LifeSiteNews: The authorized biography of Cardinal Godfried Danneels, out next week, is even more of a bombshell than expected. Not only do the two authors, Jürgen Mettepenningen and Karim Schelkens, reveal that the Cardinal was a regular member of … Continue reading

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Want to Change Your Life? Go to Mary

By Joseph Pronechen at the National Catholic Register:   When Thomas Hogan was growing up in Newport, New Hampshire, his family prayed the Rosary together every night. But then came “a stretch when I was not practicing my faith, and … Continue reading

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Diplomacy is a Delicate Art

From Fr George W. Rutler’s ‘Weekly Column’ A chronic temptation of the historian is to play the “Monday morning quarterback” who assumes that he would have made a correct decision in a past crisis. But the players at the time … Continue reading

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Francis: Church Must Learn to Abandon Old ‘Traditions’

First posted by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf on his blog: Today (24th May) is the Feast of St. Vincent of Lérins.  He bequeathed to the generations a few principles of identifying sound doctrine.  I wrote something at length about that HERE.  … Continue reading

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Reflection for the 6th Sunday of Easter – Cycle C.

FIRST READING            Acts of the Apostles 15:1-2, 22-29 Some who had come down from Judea were instructing the brothers, “Unless you are circumcised according to the Mosaic practice, you cannot be saved.”  Because there arose no little dissension and debate … Continue reading

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Peterson – “I think Catholicism, that is as sane as people can get”…

This is possibly one of the most powerful interviews with Jordan Peterson. Well worth investing an hour this weekend to watch it!

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Diabolical Language of an Abortion Disciple

From American Life League Nancy Pelosi digs in her heels on abortion. She reveals the extent of her dedication to deception on the subject of killing the preborn. Nancy Pelosi, grand dame of the pro-aborts in Congress, recently shepherded a … Continue reading

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“Our Lady, Help of Christians, Help Europe in Her Hour of Need”

Blessings from Heaven upon our friends in Australia and New Zealand who today celebrate  this holy feast day of “Our Lady, help of Christians”. Overwhelmed by illegal immigrants pouring into the West, many of whom are belligerent Muslims, criminals and … Continue reading

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When Turkey Destroyed Its Christians

Yes, Research Shows Christians of Asia Minor and Thrace really were the Victims of Genocide by Turkish Muslims * [From RORATE CAELI] Turkey, of course, still denies it. But they created modern-style genocide and initiated the process that led to … Continue reading

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