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“My Son, Hast Thou Sinned. Do So No More”

The more you have offended God, so much the more should you fear to offend Him again. I do not say absolutely that after another sin there will be no more pardon for you, because this I know not. But … Continue reading

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St Bernadette: “My Duty is to be Sick and to Pray” (a video)

The feast day of St Mary. Bernard Soubirous, better known as St Bernadette of Lourdes, usually falls on 18th February, according to the old calendar, one week after the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes. As both these dates fell … Continue reading

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God Is Merciful, Yet Many Are Lost Every Day

God is merciful! Yes; the mercy of God is infinite; but with all that mercy, how many are lost every day! I come to heal the contrite of heart! God heals those sinners who have a good will. He pardons … Continue reading

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For Peter Yet May Lie; Restricting Papal Infallibility

We are reblogging an article from Whispers of Restoration in the hope it will help enlighten those Catholics who are of the erroneous opinion that any criticism of the current pope seated on the Chair of Saint Peter forms an act … Continue reading

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“Thou Shalt Not Tempt The Lord Thy God”

God, as the Apostle says, will have all men to be saved. (1 Tim. ii. 4). But God wishes us all to labour for our salvation by adopting the means of overcoming our enemies, and by obeying His voice calling … Continue reading

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Reflection for the 1st Week of Lent (Cycle B)

    FIRST READING              Genesis 9:8-15 God said to Noah and to his sons with him:  “See, I am now establishing my covenant with you and your descendants after you and with every living creature that was with you:  all … Continue reading

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Heresy Charges Against Pope Francis

Pope Francis: I avoid reading heresy accusations “for the sake of my mental health” These words were uttered by the Pontiff at a private meeting with 90 Jesuits in Santiago de Chile, during his recent apostolic visit to South America. … Continue reading

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Mary’s Martyrdom Lifelong

The Passion of Jesus, as St. Bernard says, began with His Birth, so did Mary’s Martyrdom endure throughout her whole life. Wherefore well might Mary say: My life is wasted with grief and my years in sighs. My sorrow is … Continue reading

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Cardinal Zen: ‘A schismatic church with the Pope’s blessing will be horrible!’

In a post on the Catholic Herald entitled ‘In praise of China’s outspoken cardinal’, Fr Raymond de Souza reports: “Cardinal Zen has history on his side, and he knows China better than any in the Vatican diplomatic corps. [T]he emeritus … Continue reading

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There Is No Peace For The Wicked

Peace! What peace? No, says God, There is no peace to the wicked. (Is. xlviii. 22). If anyone has a powerful enemy, he can neither eat nor sleep in peace; and can he who has God for an enemy, rest … Continue reading

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Lenten Spiritual Crusade: The Light of Ireland’s Pro-Life Laws Must Not Be Extinguished

Please share this important article and video below. From Voice of the Family Voice of the Family is today launching a Lenten spiritual crusade in defence of the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland. A national … Continue reading

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The Terror of the Dying Man at the Thought of the Approaching Judgement

Meditation for Lent, Thursday after Ash Wednesday, by St Alphonsus Liguori How shall a dying man who has spent his life in sin, be able in the midst of the pains, the stupefaction, and the confusion of death, to repent … Continue reading

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“MEMENTO, HOMO, QUIA PULVIS ES”

An Ash Wednesday meditation by St Alphonsus Liguori It is most useful for our salvation to say often to ourselves: I must one day die! The Church every year on Ash Wednesday brings this remembrance to the faithful: Memento, homo, … Continue reading

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Ash Wednesday

Today’s station at Rome is at Saint-Sabina’s on the Aventine, in a sanctuary built on the former site of the holy martyr’s house. Having been converted by her maid-servant, she was beheaded for the faith and secretly buried. It is … Continue reading

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Faith & Reason Vs. Mush

“The Faith which the Church promotes originates in Revelation but rests on the vigorous use of Philosophy and Theology, the absence of which is particularly noticeable since March 13, 2013”, Bishop Rene Henry Gracida (ABYSSUS ABYSSUM) By ROD DREHER  on The … Continue reading

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