Monthly Archives: June 2021

The Glory of Saints Peter and Paul

By Fr. Robert P. Imbelli TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 2021 “Taking every human design into captivity to the obedience of Christ” (2 Cor 10:5) Michelangelo Buonarroti always insisted that he was a sculptor, not a painter. That he had imbibed stone dust … Continue reading

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More Confusion from Pope Francis

CP&S comment – Once again, Pope Francis confuses Catholics by sending a note to pro-homosexual James Martin SJ in commending him and showing his personal support for Martin’s LGBT advocacy.  Has Francis even read the Catechism of the Catholic Church? … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections – 27th June 2021

Sunday, June 27 Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar St. Cyril of Alexandria  Book of Wisdom 1,13-15.2,23-24. Because God did not make death, nor does he rejoice in the destruction of the living. For he fashioned all things that they might have … Continue reading

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Veiling and Femininity

In practically all the approved apparition sites Our Blessed Lady has appeared wearing a veil or some form of head covering. On the other hand, for those honoured with visions of Christ, we are told He does not wear a … Continue reading

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Two Prayers in Honour of Saint John the Baptist

O Saint John the Baptist, greatest prophet among those born of woman, although you were sanctified in your mother’s womb and did lead a most innocent life, nevertheless it was your will to retire into the wilderness, there to devote … Continue reading

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Do These False Catholics Have No Fear Of Hell?

Our Lady of Fatima: ”More souls go to Hell for sins of the flesh than for any other reason”. There is a lot wrong with the post-Vatican II ‘Church of Nice’ and its justification, celebration and promotion of all sorts … Continue reading

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Bishop Schneider on the Current Crisis

By James Henry at ‘Inside The Vatican’ Above, Bishop Athanasius Schneider, 60, Auxiliary Bishop of Astana in Khazakhstan in central Asia, formerly one of the republics making up the Soviet Union. (link to his own website).      Schneider is one of the more … Continue reading

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St John Fisher, Martyr: “The life of man here is only for a while”

St. John Fisher was born in Beverly, Yorkshire, in 1459, and educated at Cambridge, from which he received his Master of Arts degree in 1491. He occupied the vicarage of Northallerton, 1491-1494; then he became proctor of Cambridge University. In 1497, … Continue reading

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Biden, The Eucharist, and the Bishops: WHAT IS AT STAKE?

By Father Richard Gennaro Cipolla The possibility that President Biden will be refused Holy Communion as a result of the American bishops’ decision to go ahead with writing a document on “Eucharistic coherence” is making headlines in many newspapers, especially … Continue reading

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An Exorcist Encounters the Power of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

“The Sacred Heart builds a fire of love in every heart.” Ultimately, civil authorities will not solve our spiritual problems. We should pray and fast for them and for strong leadership in our Church, but we can also create a … Continue reading

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The Vaccine Post (Part 1)

CP&S comment: This is probably, for many, the most disconcerting article that we have posted on the COVID-19 vaccine to date. It is written by Lawrence England, an active pro-life Catholic blogger, ‘That The Bones You Have Crushed May Thrill’. … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, June 20 Twelfth Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar St. Silverius, St. Alban  Book of Job38,1.8-11. The LORD addressed Job out of the storm and said : And who shut within doors the sea, when it burst forth from the womb; When … Continue reading

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“Cor ad Cor Loquitur”: Devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

“Cor Ad Cor Loquitur: Heart Speaks to Heart” is a phrase taken from a letter from Saint Francis de Sales. (“Cor ad cor loquitur” was also the motto of the 19th century British convert to the Catholic faith, St. John Henry … Continue reading

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“Cancelled” Priests, but Pope Francis Looks the Other Way

CP&S comment. That is exactly what is happening in the Church under the Francis papacy: a large number of good priests, faithful priests, priests who refuse to either omit or dilute Catholic magisterial teachings, and whose only concern is to … Continue reading

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Ten Most Common Lies from the Devil

The devil has many names! The Bible gives us many and the saints have their own descriptions! The different names from the Bible and from the saints present the various manners that the devil works in the world and in … Continue reading

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