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Francis‘ “Make-a-Mess” Amazon Synod

Taken from varied Catholic articles, comments and tweets on the pagan/pantheistic Amazon Synod. On the 4th October, feast of the great lover of God, St Francis of Assisi, and two days prior to the start of the dreaded Synod, Pope Francis … Continue reading

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St Pio and the Cross

The feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross celebrates two historical events: the discovery of the True Cross by Saint Helena, the mother of the Emperor Constantine, in 320 under the temple of Venus in Jerusalem, and the dedication … Continue reading

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In the Aftermath of the Mass Killings in the US, a few thoughts.

Comment: In an ideal world there would be no need to fear we may be gunned down as we go about our lives. There would be no discussion on whether we have the right, or not, to carry weapons with … Continue reading

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The Right Must Win

Fr. Frederick Faber’s, “The Right Must Win”, is a poem for our times. It fills us with encouragement to meditate on these meaningful words in the many trials we are enduring these last years (some Catholics perhaps even fighting with feelings … Continue reading

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The Hill of the Angels: Monument of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Last weekend I was very blessed to have been able to visit on pilgrimage one of the most (perhaps the most) significant sites of Spain’s recent history, the Cerro de los Angeles (Hill of the Angels) where a large towering … Continue reading

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Unbelievable Secular Horrors In Store for the Rebuilding of Notre Dame?

Important UPDATE below. Please sign the petition. —————— From France Architecture News come a variety of startling proposals for the rebuilding of Notre Dame in Paris after the mysterious fire of 15th April destroyed the roof and spire of this … Continue reading

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RIP Jean Vanier, founder of the L’Arche Community

After celebrating his 90th birthday last September, Jean Vanier, founder of L’Arche, a community of volunteers who care for the intellectually disabled, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, 7th May. Vanier’s health had weakened considerably during the preceding weeks and he … Continue reading

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Saint Joseph the Worker, in the words of three Popes

In 1870, Pope Pius IX declared the great Saint Joseph patron of the universal Catholic Church. To foster even deeper devotion to Saint Joseph through the liturgy, and to counter the ungodly “May Day” celebrations for workers sponsored by Communists, … Continue reading

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Deadly Silence: The Unreported Persecution of Christians

New Culture Forum recently co-hosted a conference on the shamefully untold story of the persecution of Christians and other religious minorities. Easter Sunday’s horrific attacks in Sri Lanka must concentrate minds around the world on these #InvisibleVictims. One of the … Continue reading

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The Easter Day Martyrs of Sri Lanka

In a clear desire to target Christians once again, Satan’s agents have unwittingly made martyrs of hundreds more innocents, who with Easter joy, were celebrating the Resurrection of the Lord. Colombo, Sri Lanka, Apr 21, 2019/12:40 pm (CNA).- Religious and … Continue reading

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The Witch-hunt Against Catholic Journalist, Caroline Farrow

Caroline Farrow, 44, a Catholic journalist and speaker from the UK, has become another victim of the witch-hunt against any who dare challenge the new twisted ideology of ‘gender theory’. Farrow is the subject of an investigation – and a … Continue reading

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“To That Cross My Sins Have Nailed Him…”: Stations of the Cross (Part 2)

On this fifth Friday in Lent 2019 – that also happens to be a First Friday – let us look today for some more insights into the value of this ancient Christian devotion, the Stations of the Cross, according to the Benedictine, Blessed … Continue reading

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The Stations of the Cross in Lent

Blessed Columba Marmion gives some insights into the value of this ancient Catholic devotion: “The Passion constitutes the “Holy of holies” of the mystery of Jesus. It is the crowning point of His public life, the summit of His mission … Continue reading

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Still Falls the Rain

The language of poetry has the power to touch our emotions and affect our understanding of ourselves and the world, meaning it can make the reader perceive the world and the poem with higher definiton. During the London Blitz in … Continue reading

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Flashback: Spanish Monks Ignite Gregorian ‘Chant’-Mania

The Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo de Silos released their double-platinum juggernaut in March, 1994, 25 years ago! (Shortened, adapted version of a post published on ‘RollingStone’) A surprising number of huge-selling, classic albums came out in March 1994: but … Continue reading

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