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The Healing Power of Confession – St Matthew Apostle, September 21

St. Matthew the Apostle (1st c.) was a Jew who also went by the name of Levi. He was from Galilee and served in Capernaum as a tax collector for Herod Antipas before becoming a disciple of Jesus. It was … Continue reading

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“The Church doesn’t belong to Bergoglio but to Christ.”

“The Church doesn’t belong to Bergoglio but to Christ.” This assertion was made by the well-known Catholic journalist, Vittorio Messori, fine intellectual, author of a historic, John Paul II interview, at the time when interviewing a pope was not the … Continue reading

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Our Lady of La Salette – September 19, 1846

On September 19, 1846, the Mother of God appeared to two young shepherds, Melanie Calvat and Maximin Giraud, on the heights of the mountain of La Salette in France. There She dictated to them a public message which She asked … Continue reading

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Idea for the Pan-Amazonian #Synod2019

Posted on 18 September 2019 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf: This, from the Twitter feed of Union Seminary in NYC (non-denominational at Columbia U). This is a GREAT idea for the upcoming Synod! They could bring in all sorts of trees … Continue reading

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Really Pope Francis? Must We Obey the United Nations and the Evil it Commands?

So here we go again… environmentalist, anti-Catholic Jorge Bergoglio who sits on the Chair of Saint Peter is telling us that we must obey the UN and its evil agenda of ungodly laws. This is blatant apostasy from the Catholic Faith. … Continue reading

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Psychiatrist To Bergoglio’s Priests Who Sought Help: “I Need to Treat Your Archbishop”

This revelation from an acclaimed psychiatrist explains much towards understanding the twisted mind of Francis. Henry Sire, the author of  “The Dictator Pope”, commented on Twitter (September 13) Pope Francis’ words on the flight from Mozambique to Rome, that his … 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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American priest to Pope: I’m ‘wearied from being scorned and demonized by you’

From LifeSiteNews: A widely-recognized and respected American priest has responded to Pope Francis’ recent remarks on “young, rigid priests,” saying in a social media post addressed to the Pope that he must “honestly and painfully say that I am wearied … Continue reading

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The Fool in the Vatican

Opinion piece by William Marshall at Townhall: I never thought I would refer to a Pope as a fool, but it has come to that. If in so doing my fellow Catholics condemn me as somehow blaspheming against the Mother … Continue reading

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Burke And Schneider Launch Crusade: The Six Amazon Errors

From Gloria.tv (breaking news) Cardinal Raymond Burke and Bishop Athanasius Schneider have issued an[other] eight-page declaration against six “serious theological errors and heresies” in the Amazon Synod’s working document. They call on the faithful to engage in a crusade of … Continue reading

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The Matter of Schism

By Robert Moynihan at Inside The Vatican: “Schism embraces two distinct species: heretical or mixed schism, and schism pure and simple. The first has its source in heresy or joined with it, the second, which most theologians designate absolutely as schism, is the rupture of the bond … Continue reading

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Why I Love You, O Mary! – a poem by St Thérèse of Lisieux

Today is the Feast of the Most Holy Name of Mary WHY I LOVE YOU, O MARY ! Oh! I would like to sing, Mary, why I love you, Why your sweet name thrills my heart, And why the thought … Continue reading

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Sermon for the Memorial Mass for the Victims of 9/11

by Fr Richard G. Cipolla of the New York Purgatorial Society  One of the greatest pieces in Western literature is the Confessions of St Augustine.  For Catholics this work is more than literature.  It is the testament of faith of … Continue reading

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Pope Francis welcomes honest criticism: ‘This is loving the Church’

ROME, September 10, 2019, LifeSiteNews: Pope Francis returned to the topic of his critics in America today, saying that he values honest and constructive criticism but not those who dispense “arsenic pills” or “throw a stone and then hide their hands.” He … Continue reading

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THE AMAZON PAPACY (#ToHellWithVaticanII)

Below we post a video from THE REMNANT that all orthodox Catholics should listen to and heed. While it could be argued that the documents of the Second Vatican Council themselves neither called for nor endorsed the sacrilegious changes in … Continue reading

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