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Abp. Viganò: Pope Francis’ pagan smudging ritual was an ‘act of submission to the New World Order’ 

Seeing Bergoglio impassively watch the satanic rites of evocation of the dead performed by a shaman unbelievably worsens the scandal of having rendered idolatrous worship to the infernal pachamama in the Vatican Basilica. Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò (LifeSiteNews) — Redde rationem … Continue reading

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40 Years Ago Our Lady Appeared in Kibeho, Rwanda

November 28 is the feast day of Our Lady of Kibeho, and is the only Marian apparition site approved by the Catholic Church on the African continent. Kibeho is a village located in the southern part of Rwanda, in the administrative district of Nyaruguru.  It is … Continue reading

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What Exorcists Say About Cancel Culture and Forgiveness

“This outpouring of mercy cannot penetrate our hearts as long as we have not forgiven those who have trespassed against us.” (CCC 2840) Patti Maguire Armstrong at the National Catholic Register: There are a lot of problems with the cancel … Continue reading

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After the Summit, 2019

Posted on March 4, 2019 by evensong After such knowledge, what forgiveness? Recently, we discussed the vanishing possibility of repentance (here) for the wretched men who have usurped power in the Church.  We suggested that Our Lady’s prophecy at Akita, … Continue reading

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Forgiving without forgetting?

By Patti Maguire Armstrong from Catholic Spiritual Direction: While many people believe forgetting an injury is part of forgiveness, Fr. Justin Waltz, pastor of St. Leo’s Church in Minot, ND, suggested just the opposite. In fact, he stated that forgetting … Continue reading

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This article was contributed by a guest columnist, Bob Knighton, from New Zealand. Stephen Covey is an American management guru who has written a number of bestselling books on management including ‘The seven secrets of highly successful manager’. One of … Continue reading

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