Monthly Archives: February 2021

Babies were aborted alive, placed in fridge to harvest cell lines used in some vaccines: researcher

February 19, 2021, LifeSiteNews: Cell lines derived from aborted babies used in the production or testing of various vaccines, including a number of COVID vaccines, most likely came from babies who were aborted alive, and according to the general practice as … Continue reading

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The Spirituality of St. Jacinta of Fatima

CP&S Comment. Today is the feast of the little Fatima visionary,Jacinta Marto, who died on this day in a Lisbon hospital in 1920, a month before her tenth birthday. She was an enchanting, lively and intelligent child, but most of … Continue reading

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Stations of the Cross – by St Alphonsus Liguori

The fullness of Catholicism is so beautiful and life giving. The Catholic Church is the channel of grace for the world. The Stations of the Cross, also known as the Way of the Cross (in Latin, Via Crucis) is a … Continue reading

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A Little Lenten Reminder

(from THE REMNANT) No matter what happens in Rome, with our most unfortunate Pope. No matter what the gods of the so-called New World Order have in store for us. Christ crucified is all that really matters for the forty days of … Continue reading

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Vatican City State issues decree suggesting those who refuse COVID vaccine may lose their jobs

By Jeanne Smits, Paris correspondent VATICAN CITY, LifeSiteNews: The Vatican City State – the Holy See’s independent city state – recently issued a decree that includes COVID-19 vaccination among the measures its authorities can use in order to fight the current … Continue reading

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Cardinal Burke: we must confront lies

Confusion in the Church often borders on error The best term to describe the current state of the Church is confusion, which has its origin in the lack of respect for the truth. Each of us, according to his vocation in … Continue reading

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The Mysteries of Lent

“On Ash Wednesday, the Church calls Lent a Christian warfare.” We may be sure that a season so sacred as this of Lent is rich in mysteries. The Church has made it a time of recollection and penance, in preparation … Continue reading

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“By My Holy Face You Will Work Wonders”

Votive Feast of the Holy Face of Our Lord Jesus Christ Deformed in the Passion: This Feast is not found in the Missae pro Aliquibus Locis of most editions of the Roman Missal. The Devotion to the Holy Face has its … Continue reading

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Divine Sense of Humour?

Maybe it was Divine Intervention, when during the Angelus on 14th February a powerful gust of wind blew a window tapestry up into Pope Francis’ face, just as he said that “God is the One who contaminates Himself” – perhaps … Continue reading

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Lent : Starting off with a Plan

So the pre-Lent time of Septuagésima, Sexagesima and, last Sunday, Quinquagesima, are over, and the forty days of Lent are upon us, starting on Ash Wednesday, a day of fasting and abstinence. Have we thought about how we are going … Continue reading

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Garabandal, Unstoppable Waterfall

We highly recommend this video which is both compelling and most relevant for our times. By way of introduction here is the content of a letter Saint Padre Pio wrote to the visionaries of Garabandal: Dear girls, At nine o’clock … Continue reading

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Pope Francis, Biden and “post-institutional” Catholics

by Roberto de Mattei at the Lepanto Foundation What will be the effects of Joe Biden’s election on the life of the Church? Biden is the second Catholic President in the history of the United States after John Fitzgerald Kennedy, … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, February 14 Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar St. Cyril Book of Leviticus 13,1-2.44-46. The LORD said to Moses and Aaron, “If someone has on his skin a scab or pustule or blotch which appears to be the sore of leprosy, … Continue reading

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The Tyranny of Communist China (World Over Live video)

STEVEN MOSHER, Asia expert, president of The Population Research Institute, and author of Bully of Asia discusses the state of US-China relations in the new Biden Administration, and the result of The World Health Organization’s (WHO) investigation of the origin … Continue reading

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Lourdes’ Lesson in Suffering

If indeed there had been anything better and more beneficial to man’s salvation than suffering, Christ certainly would have shown it by word and example. For He manifestly exhorts both His disciples that followed Him, and all that desire to … Continue reading

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