Archive for May, 2014

Uploaded on Dec 27, 2007

Describes our belief in the Immaculate conception.

Excellent explaination of the Blessed Mother.

See also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxCBxGmtUos

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The incorruptibles -Saints bodies that are incorrupt.

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Published on May 27, 2014

The Prince of Wales’s video message to The EAT Stockholm Food Forum.

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Uploaded on Jul 13, 2011

Believers say there are Virgin Mary sightings from New Jersey to Bosnia.

See also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bxCBxGmtUos

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Published on May 23, 2014

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Published on May 24, 2014

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Published on May 24, 2014

Pope Francis makes his first trip as Supreme Pontiff to the Holy Land on the 50th anniversary of the historic meeting between Paul VI and Patriarch Athenagoras. His visit also includes meeting with many political leaders and religious communities.

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Article below posted from TFP Student Action website:

What few people thought even remotely possible happened: The "satanic black mass" at Harvard University was unexpectedly canceled on May 12. A grave sacrilege was averted. Lucifer lost. God won. The Virgin Mary and Saint Michael the Archangel were victorious against this open and brazen attempt to mainstream the darkest sort of evil at America's oldest Ivy League university.

But why was a black mass even considered in the first place? Why did a student club invite the Father of Lies to sow darkness in Harvard's renowned halls of higher learning? When did sacrilege against God become an "educational" enterprise? And what real and effective measures will Harvard officials now take to ensure that something so outrageous does not reoccur in the future?

"LIKE" moral values!!

Catholic Students Act

In the middle of final exams, when studies are more intense, many Catholic students at Harvard dropped what they were doing and sprung into action to defend the Faith. Stand With Harvard Catholics is a web page that records their efforts to stop the black mass on campus. Among well-written protest letters, statements and interviews, the group collected and later delivered 80,000 petitions to Dr. Drew Faust, president of Harvard University, calling on her to cancel the sacrilege.

"It was with great dismay that we learned that the Harvard Extension School’s Cultural Studies Club is hosting a 'Black Mass re-enactment' in the basement of Memorial Hall on Monday, May 12th," the petition states. "We are offended and outraged this event has been permitted to take place at Harvard... We demand that President Faust and the Harvard administration speak out against this event, and do all in their power to disband it."

Total of 168,000 Protest Petitions Sent

In addition to the 80,000 petitions gathered by Harvard students, TFP Student Action collected 46,000 protest petitions and CitizenGo got another 42,000, bringing the grand total to 168,000 petitions in a relatively short period of time. Numerous phone calls and personal email complaints were also sent to Dr. Faust.

Not content with merely signing a petition, Catholics in Boston, clergy and faithful, organized a public Eucharistic Procession from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) to Saint Paul's Parish located at the edge of Harvard's campus, where a Holy Hour was held before Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament in reparation for the planned sacrilege. Thousands turned out for the procession which made its way to Saint Paul's. The Church was so full that there was standing room only and the faithful spilled out onto the sidewalk.

The Satanists werent exactly tolerant of the protest. Sad
when you have to use bad language to get a point acrossed.

This is a bit oxymoron----Who in their right mind as a Catholic would tolerate the presence of Satan---humbly speaking?

I hope peacefully and humbly not this Catholic. Satan lost--humbly he is a poor looser. He just hasnt realized it yet.

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Published on May 19, 2014

From comments:

An infant must be baptized to be saved because 1) it has original sin on its soul and 2) Jesus made baptism a requirement for salvation (John 3:5). Scripture teaches that no one is saved without water baptism. The early Church taught it, and the Church of Christ (the Catholic Church) dogmatically defined it. Here are two quotes – one from St. Augustine and one from Pope St. Innocent – that sum up the ancient Christian teaching on the necessity of infant baptism.

St. Augustine (415): “Anyone who would say that infants who pass this life without participation in the Sacrament [of Baptism] shall be made alive in Christ truly goes counter to the preaching of the Apostle and condemns the whole Church…”

Pope St. Innocent (414): “But that which Your Fraternity asserts the Pelagians preach, that even without the grace of Baptism infants are able to be endowed with the rewards of eternal life, is quite idiotic.”

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This is my testimony to Christ. I dont tell Him I love Him enough.

I dont put Him in my thoughts always but I try to think of Him once a day.

Lets try to keep Him in our hearts once a day or daily during the week.

Dont forget to let Him know we trust in Him and love Him.

Love in Christ brothers and sisters.

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