Monthly Archives: July 2019

Amazing Discovery Found Deep Down in the Indian Ocean: Large Statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary

A statue of the holy Virgin Mary was discovered by chance deep in the Indian Ocean by a number of divers who had been searching for the remains of a plane that had disappeared in the area. At her feet … Continue reading

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Students Rebel Against Pope Francis

Reported on Gloria.TV The students of the Roman John Paul II Institute rebel against Pope Francis’ attempt to destroy their college. More than 150 of them signed a July 24 letter saying that the newly approved statutes will undermine the … Continue reading

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A Surprise Encounter

Dr Moynihan from Inside The Vatican: Monday, July 29, 2019 “Here we have no lasting city, but we seek the city that is to come.” —Hebrews 13:14 Today after a long journey I met Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano in a … Continue reading

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How do we know if Francis is a Antipope or Heretical Pope and; What can be Done?

From THE CATHOLIC MONITOR It appeared to me a few days ago that the former highest doctrinal authority in the Church, ex-Prefect of the Doctrine of the Faith, Cardinal Gerhard Muller admitted that Francis could be a antipope. Remember that … Continue reading

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Rebuilding Hope: Iraqi Priests Reflect on the Future of Christians in the Region

By Lauretta Brown at the National Catholic Register:   Catholic priests in Iraq face a “very complicated” situation in shepherding their beleaguered flocks in a region devastated by war and genocide. Three shepherds spoke to the Register this week during … Continue reading

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The Origins of the Pressure to Destroy Cardinal Pell Become Clearer As The Days Pass

Please pray for the freedom of Cardinal Pell on this 21st Sunday he has been banned from celebrating the Mass Maliciously prosecuted, ludicrously convicted, unjustly imprisoned VATICAN CITY — By October 2016, two years into his term as prefect of … Continue reading

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Reflection for the 17th Sunday of Ordinary Time-Cycle C

FIRST READING        Genesis 18:20-32 In those days, the LORD said: “The outcry against Sodom and Gomorrah is so great, and their sin so grave, that I must go down and see whether or not their actions fully correspond to the … Continue reading

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Why One Expert Says Communism is ‘Anathema to Religion’

By Christine Rousselle/CNA:   The Catholic Church’s teachings on economics and government have a tendency to frustrate anyone committed to a political ideology. The Church has condemned both unrestrained capitalism, as well as communism, socialism, and totalitarianism. But a column … Continue reading

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Prayer to Saint Anne and Saint Joachim

Dear Saint Anne and Saint Joachim, parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and grandparents of Jesus, our Divine Saviour, have pity on thy loving and trusting client, and listen to the petition which I present before thee. Oh, blessed Saints, … Continue reading

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Suspensions and dismissals as part of the destruction of John Paul II Institute

ROME, July 24, 2019 LifeSiteNews: In what critics see as an attack on the Catholic Church’s moral teaching, the successor of Cardinal Carlo Caffarra at the Institute on Marriage and family founded by John Paul II has been dismissed and the … Continue reading

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Is Boris Johnson, baptised a Catholic, really a Christian?

By Damian Thompson at blogs.spectator.co.uk: 23 July 2019 In today’s Holy Smoke podcast, Harry Mount and I discuss the mysterious religious beliefs of the man who will be the first baptised Catholic to enter Number 10. Boris Johnson’s Catholic baptism … Continue reading

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The Jesuits officially embrace Communism

From  Rorate Caeli: When your once-great religious order is dying, and the face of your magazine is James Martin, LGBTSJ, you may as well jump off the cliff. America magazine, the journal of the U.S. Jesuits, has just published an essay by its Toronto … Continue reading

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AKITA: Another Conspiracy to Silence the Mother of God

  Michael J. Matt visits the shrine of Our Lady at Akita in Japan. There he discovers an apparent conspiracy to silence and cover up the apparitions of Our Lady to Sister Agnes Sasagawa back in 1973. After an 11-year … Continue reading

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Questions Persist About Vatican Finances

By Edward Pentin at the National Catholic Register:   VATICAN CITY — By October 2016, two years into his term as prefect of the Vatican’s Secretariat for the Economy, Cardinal George Pell had become aware of a Vatican dicastery handling … Continue reading

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Saint Anselm’s prayer to Saint Mary Magdalen

  St. Mary Magdalene, thou didst come with springing tears to the spring of mercy, Christ; from Him thy burning thirst was abundantly refreshed, through Him thy sins were forgiven; by Him thy bitter sorrow was consoled. My dearest lady, … Continue reading

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