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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, February 21 First Sunday of Lent Roman Ordinary calendar St. Peter Damian Book of 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 … Continue reading

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Cardinal Burke: we must confront lies

Confusion in the Church often borders on error The best term to describe the current state of the Church is confusion, which has its origin in the lack of respect for the truth. Each of us, according to his vocation in … Continue reading

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Bishop Schneider: Never before have the demons been so active

From Gloria TV: At present, demonic forces have increased to such an extent that we find ourselves in a spiritual battle whose magnitude surpasses anything we have ever seen before, says Bishop Athanasius Schneider in a video about the angels. … Continue reading

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Sunday Readings and Reflections

Sunday, December 20 Fourth Sunday of Advent Roman Ordinary calendar St. Dominic of Silos, Sts. Abraham – Isaac, & Jacob 2nd book of Samuel 7,1-5.8b-12.14a.16. When King David was settled in his palace, and the LORD had given him rest from his enemies … Continue reading

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Christ, the Bright Morning Star

From Fr George W. Rutler’s Weekly Column Of the many scientific contributions made by priests, including Father Copernicus’s heliocentrism and Father Lemaître’s “Big Bang” theory, some would rank higher the invention of champagne by DomPérignon. Something close to it had already … Continue reading

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The Test of the Angels

It is easier to grasp the mystery of evil if we focus on the angelic world mentioned in the Bible. It is worth remembering that it wasn’t just the Queen of Angels who was subjected to a radical spiritual choice … Continue reading

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The confusion caused by Pope Francis’ support of “Nun of the Trans”

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Jesus Christ: the “Great Absence” in today’s Church

From Rorate Caeli: by Gianfranco Amato  President, Jurists for Life La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana  August 21, 2020 Every day, it seems like ‘a great absence’ is making itself felt inside the Church: Our Lord Jesus Christ. We talk about everything … Continue reading

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Practicing Catholics without the faith

Phil Lawler at Catholic Culture: When I was in graduate school, during one of those long late-night conversations, I asked what I thought was a rhetorical question: “If someone doesn’t believe what the Catholic Church teaches, why would he keep … Continue reading

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Sunday readings and reflections

Book of Zechariah 9: 9-10 Thus says the LORD: Rejoice heartily, O daughter Zion, shout for joy, O daughter Jerusalem! See, your king shall come to you; a just savior is he, Meek, and riding on an ass, on a colt, … Continue reading

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Sunday readings and reflections

2nd book of Kings 4: 8-11, 14-16a One day Elisha came to Shunem, where there was a woman of influence, who urged him to dine with her. Afterward, whenever he passed by, he used to stop there to dine. So she … Continue reading

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Sunday readings and reflections

Today is the feast day of Saint Aloysius Gonzaga (1568-1591), patron saint of young students and also of plague victims. Book of Jeremiah 20: 10-13 I hear the whisperings of many: “Terror on every side! Denounce! let us denounce him!” All … Continue reading

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Confessions of a Former Freemason Officer, Converted to Catholicism

    From the National Catholic Register: In his youth, Serge Abad Gallardo joined Freemasonry with the conviction he could contribute to make the world a better place. He turned 24 years later to Christ, convinced he had been serving … Continue reading

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Michael Voris responds to Bishop Barron’s call for censorship of Catholic Social Media

Over at Mark Lambert’s blog:  “US Bishops will tell you what you can read”   

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ASK FATHER: Is cooking on Sunday a sin?

 Fr. Z’s replies to a reader’s question on his blog: QUAERITUR: I saw someone say that cooking on Sunday violates the third commandment and food for Sunday must be made before Sunday. Is this true ? No. As much as … Continue reading

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