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Gender Ideology Harms Children

from: Tradition In Action – http://www.traditioninaction.org  by Margaret C. Galitzin Unusually helpful guidelines on “gender ideology” were recently released by the American College of Pediatricians (ACP). Unusual because today’s media generally loses no opportunity to promote the LQBT agenda, encouraging … Continue reading

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“Predestined Yet Free to Choose” – St Fidelis of Sigmaringen

“Woe to me if I should prove myself but a halfhearted soldier in the service of my thorn-crowned captain” St. Fidelis of Sigmaringen (1577-1622) was born with the name Mark Rey in what is today Germany. He studied and taught … Continue reading

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Mater Si, Magistra No: Renewal of Tradition in the Catholic Church

By Paul Ingrassia on American Thinker It has been over a half-century since the closure of the Second Vatican Council, which ran in multiple sessions from 1963 to 1965 under the papacies of Pope Saint John XXIII and Pope Paul … Continue reading

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Consecration prayers to the Divine Mercy

    Jesus, the Divine Mercy, I consecrate my entire life, from this day on, to You without reserve. Into Your hands I abandon my past, my present, and my future. From this day forward, make me a true follower … Continue reading

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Cardinals’ Dubia and Papal Silence: The Silver Lining

from: Dom Hugh Somerville-Knapman OSB (https://hughosb.com) The five questions, or dubia, submitted by Cardinals Caffarra, Burke, Meisner and Brandmüller to Pope Francis regarding his Apostolic Exhortation on family life, Amoris Laetitia, have been mentioned here before. Many commentators have expressed frustration that … Continue reading

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Reflection for the Second Sunday of Easter. (Divine Mercy Sunday)

  “Doubting Thomas” is a term often used to describe someone who refuses to believe something without direct, personal evidence: a skeptic. It refers of course to Thomas, one of the Twelve, whose name occurs in all the gospel lists … Continue reading

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Fr. Murray, Prof. Royal on “Deaconettes”, ‘Amoris laetitia’, Liturgy, Communion in the hand

From Fr. Z’s blog My good friend Fr. Murray was on EWTN the other day along with Prof. Robert Royal. Outstanding. They react to Card. Sarah, Bp. Morlino, Thomas Reese, SJ, James Martin, SJ, Card. Schoenborn, etc. Oh boy!  

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Niece of Fatima visionaries reflects on her remarkable family

We couldn’t resist offering our readers one more “Fatima” post today. This one by Elise Harris on CNA describes an endearing interview with Blessed Francisco and Jacinta Marto’s niece, daughter of their brother Joao who, at 11 years of age in … Continue reading

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Fatima is the solution to the mayhem in the Vatican today

By John Henry Westen on LifeSiteNews (Editor’s note: The following is a slightly edited version of the editorial of the April issue of LifeSite’s Faithful Insight magazine.) Mayhem. That’s the only word to describe what is taking place in the … Continue reading

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Prayer of St Anselm of Canterbury (feast day April 21)

A Prayer from Anselm of Canterbury O my God teach my heart where and how to seek you, where and how to find you… You are my God and you are my All and I have never seen you. You … Continue reading

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Abortion Harms Women Too

From the Facebook page of ‘Ending Abortion’ comes this heart-rending video below. Countless women are mentally, morally and physically destroyed forever after they have aborted their babies. Their guilt and remorse haunts them the rest of their lives.  Even those … Continue reading

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Fatima seers to be declared saints on May 13

by Junno Arocho Esteves on the CATHOLIC HERALD, posted Thursday, 20 Apr 2017 The canonisation ceremony will be held exactly 100 years since the first apparition of Our Lady of Fatima Pope Francis will declare the sainthood of Blessed Jacinta … Continue reading

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Cardinal Sarah and the Innovators

by Fr. Gerald E. Murray on The Catholic Thing  Robert Cardinal Sarah recently gave an address that bears the image of a prophetic warning about the nature of the Church’s present crisis of faith. He says plainly and without hesitation … Continue reading

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After 200 Years of Steady Shrinkage, Slavery is Growing Again – Thanks to Islam

A very well-argued post from Dallas Catholic that brings up certain topics we have been discussing recently on CP&S. (Warning: some strong language in the video below.) History takes many strange turns. A relatively poor circa 1580 Elizabethan England, casting … Continue reading

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Vatican Orders Matthew Festing Not to Travel to Rome for Order of Malta Election

This is unbelievable! The Vatican is a small independent state situated within Rome – a Pope has no authority to forbid anyone from coming to the Eternal City if he should desire to. RORATE CAELI claims: “Ever since the Porta … Continue reading

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