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Published on Mar 24, 2015

The causes of the Catholic crisis all lead to the same place.

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Humbly folks I make a prediction now and for the future:  The people who gave these liberal answers will be the same people who will go along with the “man of sin” someday.   I’m giving  a heads up folks as to what we will encounter in our true test of faith someday.  If you read the history of the church regarding the “man of sin” Jesus predicted someday the same attitude we see in today’s society will proliferate in the future on the same wide scale.  I just am here to warn you as the prophets would have warned—nothing more.  We have free will.  What will be your answer to Him be someday when the true test presents itself? When you stand before true evil.  Its not an easy answer folks.  One will have to be tried and tested.  I hope mine and your “yes” to Him will prevail and mine and your courage will not be lacking.  Love in Christ brothers and sisters.


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Published on Mar 27, 2015

It’s time for young men to take a PAUSE from the craziness of the contemporary culture.

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Treasures of the Church


A Catholic Convert in Ottawa

On the weekend, I added some new music to my MP3 player and created some playlists. As I looked through my songs, I realized I’d forgotten about some of the great tunes I’d downloaded, and I planned to listen to them again.

Sometimes we treat our spiritual disciplines the same way: we forget how good they are for the soul and maybe even think they’re outdated.

Consider Bible reading time. We can follow a reading plan or just read through a psalm or a chapter or two of the Bible to learn more about following and worshipping the Lord. How many of us think the scriptures have nothing to say to us today?

Think about a Way of the Cross service with its prayers, readings and responses for each station. It offers us a wonderful opportunity to reflect on the last days of Jesus’ life and his sacrifice for us. But how…

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He Has Risen, He Has Risen, He Has Risen! Praise Jesus the Lord of all the Universe.

Be Holy!

From a sermon by Saint Andrew of Crete, bishop
Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Blessed is the king of Israel

Let us go together to meet Christ on the Mount of Olives. Today he returns from Bethany and proceeds of his own free will toward his holy and blessed passion, to consummate the mystery of our salvation. He who came down from heaven to raise us from the depths of sin, to raise us with himself, we are told in Scripture, above every sovereignty, authority and power, and every other name that can be named, now comes of his own free will to make his journey to Jerusalem. He comes without pomp or ostentation. As the psalmist says: He will not dispute or raise his voice to make it heard in the streets. He will be meek and humble, and he will make his…

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Published on Jun 13, 2012

Another part of a video series from Wordonfire.org. Father Barron will be commenting on subjects from modern day culture. For more visit http://www.wordonfire.org/


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Published on Feb 25, 2013

A brief biography of Father O’Connor:
Fr. John F O’Connor was born and raised in Chicago, he was a Military Chaplain during the Second World War. He became curious about Hitler and the “anti-Semitism” of the Nazi regime. Many soldiers asked him why, when they liberated Jews from the concentration camps, some of the Nazi guards were themselves Jewish and had even been former mayors of towns in Germany prior to the War.

Fr. O’Connor was ordered to be examined by a psychologist following a talk in which he named his Superior as a member of the Gay Rights Movement. His Superior barred young men from joining the Dominicans if they refused to accept sodomy and homosexuality as a viable life style alternative. He had been informed of this by several young males who had sought ordination.

O’Connor had hired a canon lawyer to plead his dismissal from the Dominican Order in Rome, Fr Alfred Kunz. Fr. Kunz was brutally murdered in a ritualistic fashion after assisting in the investigation of a satanic pedophile cult connected to the priesthood [ 1998 murder remains unsolved] Additional appeals to the Pope went nowhere.

In the summer of 1991, Rome informed Fr. O’Connor that he was dismissed from the Dominicans. Fr. O’Connor packed his bags and left the River Forest Priory forever. He lived with his widowed sister until his death of natural causes Dec.7 2006.

On Ash Wednesday, February 28, 1990, Fr. O’Connor wrote: “When I made my vow of obedience 40 years ago, it was first and foremost to Jesus Christ, His Mother and St. Dominic and in obedience to them only death will silence my witnessing to the Truth.”


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Published on Nov 6, 2012

Mother talks about tough times that people go through and though God allows difficulties in life, we can know that God will only do what is best for us.

Whenever I’m troubled I seek the Lord but the Lord lets us know Him through Mother Angelica and others through His teaching taught by them.

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Published on Oct 1, 2013

Cardinal Dolan is a perfect example of the Judas Complex among Catholic Bishops. Fr. Malachi Martin discusses the Judas Complex among the clergy and religious in the Catholic Church. A Dolan video is included in this video.

NOTE:  I have no problems with our clergy.  I like Cardinal Dolan but Im for our Lord Jesus Christ even more.  May God help us in this world to see the true light eventually.  I do not go against the true teaching of the church just showing all sides of the issue.  Lord gave us brains to as long as we use them in true humility and purest of heart.

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