Monthly Archives: October 2021

Holy See’s Uncritical Support for COP26 Causes Concern

By Edward Pentin at the National Catholic Register: VATICAN CITY — As the Holy See gives unreserved public backing to a major United Nations conference on climate change, concerns are growing that it is lending its weight to “climate alarmism” … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, October 31 Thirty-first Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar St. Quintin Book of Deuteronomy 6,2-6. so that you and your son and your grandson may fear the LORD, your God, and keep, throughout the days of your lives, all his statutes … Continue reading

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St. Faustina’s Visions of the Souls in Purgatory

On the evening of All Souls Day, November 2, 1936, St. Faustina went to the cemetery. After praying there for a while, she went to the chapel and prayed to “gain the indulgences,” as she writes in her Diary (748).  The indulgences … Continue reading

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No comment from Vatican on whether Pope Francis told Biden to keep receiving Communion  

CNA Staff, Vatican October 29, 2021: VATICAN CITY — The Vatican declined to comment Friday on U.S. President Joe Biden’s statement that Pope Francis encouraged him to keep receiving Holy Communion during a private audience. The Vatican, which has a … Continue reading

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The Hill You Die On

By Sheryl Collmer at Crisis Magazine: One idiom is showing up more often lately, as people claim that the gene therapy device speciously known as The Vaccine is “the hill they will die on,” especially as mandates close in on people’s livelihoods … Continue reading

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Purgatory, the loving, purifying fire

I thought we could look at Pope Benedict XVI’s 2011 general audience, in which he taught about St. Catherine of Genoa – a mystic who was also given a vision of Purgatory, which she wrote about in her Treatise on … Continue reading

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Pope Francis names Jeffrey Sachs to pontifical academy

Vatican City, CNA: Pope Francis on Monday appointed the economist Jeffrey Sachs to the Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences.  The Holy See press office said on Oct. 25 that the pope had named Sachs as an “ordinary member” of the academy founded in 1994 … Continue reading

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Abp. Viganò warns US bishops about COVID jab

From LifeSiteNews: Editor’s note: Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò has decided to make public an October 23 letter sent to to Cardinal Luis F. Ladaria S.J., Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Archbishop José Gomez, President of … Continue reading

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Irish Quandary: Who to Blame When Everyone’s Vaxxed?

No one seems curious about the prevalence of the disease in an almost fully vaccinated population. By Jack Cashill from The American Spectator: During his Thursday town hall meeting with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, President Joe Biden blithely dismissed the most basic assertion … Continue reading

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Jim Caviezel: Every man dies. Not every man truly lives.

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John Paul II’s mother chose life after her doctor advised an abortion

Over one hundred years ago on May 18, Emilia Wojtyla gave birth to her second son, Karol, after a difficult and life-threatening pregnancy. The child would grow up to be St. John Paul II. In a new book published in … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, October 24 Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar St. Anthony Mary Claret Book of Jeremiah 31,7-9. Thus says the LORD: Shout with joy for Jacob, exult at the head of the nations; proclaim your praise and say: The LORD has … Continue reading

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Pope Francis demands global tyranny and offers his services as chaplain to our oligarchy

By John Zmirak at The Stream: In case anyone was still fooling himself on the subject, Pope Francis is not “apolitical,” not a figure who “transcends left and right.” In fact, I’m driven to ask if he is really a … Continue reading

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Convert Bishop counters Protestant critics

By Jules Gomes at ChurchMilitant.com: An internationally renowned Anglican bishop is fending off a barrage of fierce criticism leveled against him by global Protestant evangelical leaders after he was received into full communion in the Catholic Church.   Anyone who … Continue reading

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British funeral director speaks out about Covid deaths, jabs and more

Make of this interview what you will but it is telling that this funeral director, his wife and embalmer continued to wash, dress and embalm the bodies of the deceased when for fear of Covid most were simply put into … Continue reading

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