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Shocking Desecration

by Father Jerabek In Spain, a deeply troubled “artist” designed a blasphemous “work of art” using 242 consecrated hosts that he pilfered by attending Masses over a period of time and receiving Holy Communion in the hand. (One news source … Continue reading

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Pray for Mother Angelica

Mother Angelica, the Franciscan nun known for her zeal and feistiness in regards to spreading the faith is on a feeding tube and her overall health is declining according to the Our Lady of the Angels Monastery Family Newsletter, see link below … Continue reading

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Don’t mess with “gay marriage”

Tasmania’s Freycinet Peninsula. Quite a few places in Australia’s south bear pretty French names, largely due to the fact that Britain and France were in a race in the 18th century to chart or lay claim to bits of the … Continue reading

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Archbishop Gänswein praises Cardinal Sarah for his prophetic witness

By Edward Pentin at the National Catholic Register: Cardinal Robert Sarah’s boldness in proclaiming the Gospel and resisting the Zeitgeist is a prophetic witness reminiscent of a 5th century North African Pope who laid the foundations for healthy church-state relations, Archbishop George Gänswein … Continue reading

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Francis, a Pope left alone at the command?

  How, pray God, did we come to this? from: Monday Vatican By Andrea Gagliarducci  Marked by shock over the Paris attacks, the past week began with Pope Francis’ visit to the Christuskirche Lutheran Church in Rome on Sunday, … Continue reading

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The astonishing prayer of Fatima

by Stephen Bullivant (and first published in the ‘Catholic Herald’) Surely the ‘O my Jesus’ prayer is too deep for three shepherd children to have invented all by themselves? On Sunday the Bullivant family went to Barnes, to visit the … Continue reading

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Lectio Divina: 34th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Solemnity of Christ the King, Year B

King of Truth and Love   Paris, ( Archbishop Francesco Follo Roman Rite Dn 7, 13-14; Ps 93; Rev 1, 5-8; Jn 18, 33b-37   A King crowned with thorns, a witness (martyr) of the truth of love. On this … Continue reading

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The Need for Catholic Manhood in a World of Disruption and Disorder

By Maike Hickson and published on ‘OnePeterFive‘ After the first terrorist attack in Paris in January of 2014, I began working on this essay. Following the most recent attacks, I decided it was time to finish it and see it … Continue reading

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The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

From ‘Saint Andrew Daily Missal’: The Feast of the Presentation of Mary is founded on a pious tradition, originated by two apocryphal gospels which relate that the Blessed Virgin was presented in the temple of Jerusalem when three years old, … Continue reading

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Only Christianity can rescue Europe

by Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali Some have seized on attacks by Islamists to smear all religions by association. But the Christian faith can play a key role in awakening the West from its slumber The large numbers of people arriving on … Continue reading

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Feed my sheep

Our Lord told Peter, “feed my sheep.” Not tie balloons to their tails and watch them chase around in panic and confusion.  

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Marital Imagery

A Meditation by Msgr. Philip Reilly In the beginning, in Genesis, we are told that God made man in His image, “in the image and likeness of God”, and that He made us male and female. For most of us, it … Continue reading

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Traditional Catholicism and the Charismatic Movement

from: There is a world of difference between a solemn Tridentine Mass and a charismatic mass.  Many of my friends are charismatic and may not like what I am writing.  Let us put our emotions aside and look at … Continue reading

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Ven. Archbishop Sheen’s Prophetic warning of 50 years ago: Mary and the Moslems; The Significance of Fatima

As Posted On (The following was written in 1952 and reprinted in the October 2001 Mindszenty Report.) The Power of Islam by Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Misunderstanding the notion of the Trinity, Mohammed made Christ a prophet, announcing Him … Continue reading

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Pope Francis stirs debate on Lutheran spouses of Catholics receiving Communion

From the Catholic Herald online: The Pope tells Lutheran woman to ‘talk to the Lord’ in discerning whether or not to participate in Communion Pope Francis has suggested a Lutheran spouse of a Catholic should “talk to the Lord” in … Continue reading

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