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Pray for Pope Francis!

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Our Lady of Sorrows

Wednesday, September 15 Our Lady of Sorrows – Memorial Roman Ordinary calendar Letter to the Hebrews 5,7-9. In the days when Christ Jesus was in the flesh, he offered prayers and supplications with loud cries and tears to the one who was able … Continue reading

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New letter from Bishop Schneider on “no jab, no job”

Today, I greet all of those workers who at this very hour are being forced to choose between keeping their job and getting the Covid-19 vaccine or being fired for not getting the vaccine. Through this brief letter I extend … Continue reading

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Feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross

Tuesday, September 14 The Exaltation of the Holy Cross – Feast Roman Ordinary calendar Book of Numbers 21,4b-9. With their patience worn out by the journey, the people complained against God and Moses, “Why have you brought us up from Egypt to die in … Continue reading

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The Exorcistic effect of the Word of God

By Msgr Charles Pope at Community in Mission: Many often think of exorcism only in relation to driving out demons from possessed people using ancient prayers. But, truth be told, we all have afflictions, oppressions, temptations and other negative thoughts … Continue reading

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Pope Francis to French Bishops: “They must accept Vatican II, and BASTA!”

Francis to Bishops of France in “Ad Limina” visit, regarding Traditionis Custodes: “They must accept Vatican II, and BASTA!”  Basta! – Enough! That was the tone of Francis to the bishops of France — the first group to proceed to the … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, September 12 Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar St. Guy of Anderlecht († c.1012) Book of Isaiah 50,5-9a. The Lord opens my ear that I may hear, and I have not rebelled, have not turned back. I gave my back to those … Continue reading

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9/11 Twenty years on – I escaped from the 80th floor of the North Tower, then it collapsed on me

From The Independent UK: In an extract from her memoir ‘Complicity, The United States v. The People of the United States’, Sharon Premoli shares her memory of the day the World Trade Center was attacked  You know what happened. Twenty … Continue reading

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How the Vax Debate Follows a Dark and Predictable Script for Christians

Pope Francis and the Catholic bishops have been a big help to those who seek to destroy our religious freedoms. A class action lawsuit has been filed in Maine against vaccine mandates, claiming that such mandates violate religious freedom and … Continue reading

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The unusual new normal on Chinese bishops’ appointments

Ed. Condon at The Pillar: The consecration of a new bishop for China, where dozens of dioceses remain vacant, should be big news. But the way the appointment was announced, both in China and in Rome, was unusual.And it could … Continue reading

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Stop Pretending the COVID Jab is Morally Equivalent to Other Meds

By Suzan Sammons at Crisis Magazine: In the unfortunate battle between Catholics who promote the COVID-19 injections and those who oppose them, several specious arguments have arisen. Proponents point to a long list of commonly used medications they say were also … Continue reading

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German priest challenges COVID jabs and LGBT agenda, gets forced out of parish

A letter to the diocese emphatically expressed ‘our indignation and horror’ at the priest over criticizing ‘the current zeitgeist’ in his monthly bulletin to the faithful attached to the Traditional Latin Mass. RECKLINGHAUSEN, Germany (LifeSiteNews): A German priest will be … Continue reading

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Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary 

Thy birth, O Virgin Mother of God, heralded joy to all the world. For from thou hast risen the Sun of justice, Christ our God. Destroying the curse, He gave blessing; and damning death, He bestowed on us life everlasting. … Continue reading

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Mother Teresa’s 15 Tips to Help You Become More Humble

The world does not value or understand the power of humility but we do, because it was what Jesus used to save us. By Patti Maguire Armstrong at the National Catholic Register: Good self-esteem is confidence in one’s worth or … Continue reading

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