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Witness survived atom bomb of Hiroshima through “the sweet song of Fatima”

The testimony of Professor Hikoka Vanamuri, survivor of Hiroshima, August 6, 1945 Hikoka Vanamuri, former Professor of Philosophy at the University of Tokyo, was interviewed while on pilgrimage in Fatima. This is what he had to say: “I’ll never return … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Pope replaces John Paul II Institute with new school focused on Amoris Laetitia

From LifeSiteNews: VATICAN CITY, September 19, 2017 Pope Francis is replacing the renowned John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and the Family with an institute focused on implementing Amoris Laetitia, the Vatican announced on Tuesday. In an apostolic … Continue reading

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Ember Days – An Opportunity for Additional Sacrifice and Spiritual Growth

Though ignored by many in the Roman Church today, this week is traditionally set aside in the year for honoring the Ember Days. Starting Wednesday, September 20, and continuing on Friday (September 22) and Saturday (September 23), the Roman Church … Continue reading

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Letter from Pope John Paul II on Apparition of Our Lady at La Salette, September 19, 1846

A Letter from St John Paul II to Mgr Louis Dufaux, Bishop of Grenoble, For the 150th Anniversary* of the Apparition of Our Lady of La Salette. * [1996] “To the Most Reverend Louis Dufaux, Bishop of Grenoble This year … Continue reading

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Knock and it Shall NOT be Opened to You – SSPX Pilgrimage Group Refused Entry to Knock Shrine

From: God does not die! For a Truly Catholic Ireland. Published September 17, 2017 The Society of Saint Pius X annual pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady at Knock in Co. Mayo was disrupted yesterday, Saturday 16th September, when Shrine officials … Continue reading

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Be Brave! Speak out!

What happened to the Church under the heretic Arians is happening again now BE BRAVE! SPEAK OUT! (Source: Deacon Nick Donnelly on Facebook) ————– Speaking out is not easy in our anti-Christian, politically-correct world today. We have pointed out in … Continue reading

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Reflection for the 24th Sunday of Ordinary Time

from: The Benedictine Abbey of Christ in the Desert (by kind permission of the Abbot) FIRST READING  Sirach 27:30–28:9 Wrath and anger are hateful things, yet the sinner hugs them tight.  The vengeful will suffer the Lord’s vengeance, for he … Continue reading

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“Dear Pope Francis”: A Letter to the Pope — by Fr Richard Cipolla

Dear Pope Francis, I write this letter to you with a heavy heart full of concern for the Church and for you as the Successor of Peter. We Catholics are called to love you and support you in your difficult … Continue reading

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Tears of Our Lady of Sorrows

From Sensus Fidelium

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What Benedict Accomplished with Summorum Pontificum

CP&S – We couldn’t agree more! The Mass of the Ages, “the most beautiful thing this side of Heaven”, can never be abrogated. For it is “sacred”, before, now and forever, as Pope Benedict XVI has stated. By Brian Williams … Continue reading

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The Precious and Life-giving Cross of Christ

September 14th – Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross  How precious the gift of the cross, how splendid to contemplate! In the cross there is no mingling of good and evil, as in the tree of paradise: it … Continue reading

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Our Lady’s Apparition at Fatima, September 13, 1917 – the Rosary and Penance

An estimated 25,000 people gathered together at the Cova da Iria on September 13, 1917 for Our Lady’s promised fifth apparition to the little shepherds. The crowd was so thick it was difficult for the children to make their way … Continue reading

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Kidnapped Indian priest Fr Tom Uzhunnalil finally released

Catholic media channels are reporting on welcome news: the Salesian priest originally from Kerala (India), Fr Tom Uzhunnalil, has been freed on 12th September, thanks to the intervention of the Sultan of Oman and the competent authorities of the Sultanate. Fr … Continue reading

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Humanae Vitae Comes Under Fire

By Edward Pentin, the National Catholic Register’s Rome correspondent: September 11th, 2017 COMMENTARY: Recent developments in Rome indicate a campaign is underway to challenge the encyclical’s prohibition against artificial contraception. VATICAN CITY — Half way through the first synod on … Continue reading

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A Priest Reveals the Dramatic Last Words of Cardinal Caffarra

By Antonio Socci (translation by Matthew Mangiaracina) In recent years, many Catholics have looked to Cardinal Caffarra as one of the few lights in the present darkness. A priest confided to me that in the past few days, he went to … Continue reading

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