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Published on Dec 7, 2017

Sermon on worrying about what is going on in the Vatican & worrying about everything the Holy Father says or does. Father speaks about historical events that caused massive confusion to the faithful. Stay calm, pray, get close to Our Lady, & stay on board. For more please visit https://www.veritascaritas.com/ & remember to say 3 Hail Marys for the priest (and say a quick prayer for the Pope, too).

 

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Published on Dec 7, 2017

Michael J. Matt discusses sexual harassment in politics and entertainment, and asks the question: Where is the media’s newfound moral indignation coming from? What did they expect after 50 years of sexual revolution, classroom sex education, free love, and women demanding to be treated just like men? Plus, is there a connection between all of this and the total breakdown of modesty in dress in our culture? Why do the ladies at CNN and Fox dress like ladies of the evening? Were the pre-conciliar popes and even Our Lady of Fatima paranoid puritans when they issued their foreboding warnings against the paganization of dress and culture? Why have Catholic priests, parents and schools gone silent on this? (One conservative Catholic College still has a dress code and campus modesty standards. Do you know which one?)

 

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Source Link: https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/support-swells-for-consecration-of-california-to-the-immaculate-heart-of-ma

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Published on Dec 5, 2017

Father traces the history of Advent observance and tradition, with a special emphasis on the Second Coming of Christ. Plus, Father speaks of a Traditional Catholic Marine who died last week at the age of 26. Father uses this young man as an example of what it means to “put on the armor of Christ.

 

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Books…………………..

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…….and of those who can name an author, the vast majority of those name Danielle Steele, Stephen King, or some other living, pulp fiction writer. A substantial majority fail to name a single major literary figure.

So, the planned dumbing down of the West’s population, addicting them to the bread and circuses of the elite, continues apace?  There is no way educational systems this bad have not been deliberately contrived, especially after – or perhaps, because of – the trillions of taxpayer dollars pumped into them.  Common core?  Give me a break.  More effective methods were available over a century ago in Catholic National Readers.

Last fall, Pew Research found that 27 percent of Americans had not read a book in the preceding year.

Unfortunately, our friends across the pond aren’t much better in this respect. According to a 2014 survey, roughly 26 percent of adults in…

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Good Sermon on Charity and Scandal……

Sermon on charity and scandal………….

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…….with a particular focus on the need for modest dress, especially among women.

Yes, men must dress modestly, too, but for two key reasons, the issue of modesty is dress has always had a particular urgency for women more than men.  First, while men may occasionally dress immodestly, both culturally and from a standpoint of human biology, it is much more common for women to do so.  They have more to show off, as it were.  Secondly, men are much, much more influenced by what they see, in the sense of temptation against the 6th and 9th Commandments, than women.  Men are extremely motivated by visual stimuli, especially of a sexual nature.  Thus, as father notes, men are normally much more affected by immodest dress, than women.

This all has to do with charity towards our neighbor.  A young lady may want to flaunt what she’s got, but whose interests…

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Church Militant: Why did you write the book?

Roger and Karen Salstrom: Our intention in writing 95 Questions for Protestants was to address the misinformation circulating about Catholicism. We were most interested in publishing the book in this year of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant rebellion launched by so-called reformers in the 1500s. Roger, having come from a Methodist background, and Karen as a returning Catholic gone for 30-plus years gave us the perspective of having lived on both sides of the Tiber. Coming from outside Catholicism and then doing the hard work of discovering the truth of Catholicism, we felt that we had a balanced perspective to address what the Church teachings truly are as opposed to urban legends promoted. Ultimately, our goal was to lead people to further research and toward the fullness of truth.

Source Article:  https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/authors-address-luthers-revolt-with-95-questions-for-protestants

 

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