Archive for April, 2018

It doesn’t have to be this way.

Source: The ‘Gay’ Mind

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My fellow Marian Fr. Seraphim Michalenko sometimes tells story that a priest ministering in Japan shared with him in Rome. This priest was attending an international gathering of Christians from across the world, attended by foreign dignitaries. The ambassador from Japan approached the priest, verified that the priest served in Japan and was a Catholic priest, and then said, ” War is your fault. “

The priest was surprised and asked what the ambassador meant. The ambassador said, “You Catholics, all of you —we do not have peace in the world. It is your fault. “

The priest said, Ambassador, why do you blame us? “

The ambassador said, ” I’ve read about this. The Lady came to you at Fatima, right? That’s what you believe? She told you what to do to secure peace in the world. Well, there’s no peace in the world, so obviously you Catholics haven’t done it. “

The priest had to acknowledge that the ambassador was correct, but still tried to protest, saying. “Isn’t peace everyone’s responsibility? “

The ambassador was vehement. ” No, she came to you Catholics. Not to Buddhist. Not to Hindus. She came to you, and it is your responsibility. “

We’ve been given the answer. Pray the Rosary everyday and invite others to pray with you.

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Writers trash Catholic response to euthanasia push

Source: Alfie Evans Case Unmasks Anti-Catholicism in UK Press

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Excellent commentary…………………….


“The Dictator Pope”

Note: This is an all too brief account of a remarkable new book on the pope, which is making waves in Rome and around the world. Fr. Gerald Murray, Raymond Arroyo, and I will discuss this and other matters in greater detail tomorrow evening on EWTN’s “The World Over,” 8 PM East Coast time (Check local listings for rebroadcasts and postings on YouTube). We began our year-end funding drive on November 8, and I’d like to end it this Friday, December 8, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. You’ve already heard more than enough on this from me. There’s still time to click the button. Just do it and do your bit for The Catholic Thing. – Robert Royal

The title above is the name of a book that appeared Monday in English (after earlier publication in Italian) by a…

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“When asked what Catholics should do in this time of grave crisis in the Church, Sire told Church Militant, “Catholics definitely need to keep fighting; they need to keep proclaiming doctrinal truth, and they need to make clear to Pope Francis that if he tries to revolutionize doctrine, there will be opposition, for example, what was done with the four cardinals in the case of the dubia.”

Henry Sire: The book is an objective analysis, not ‘a personal attack on the pope’

Source: CM Interviews Author of Dictator Pope

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This week’s topic: Transgenderism with guest Walt Heyer.

Source: Transgender Madness

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Catholic schools and the gay agenda.

Source: LGBT Juggernaut

BLOGGER’S:  Catholics this has to be seen.

SEE ARTICLE:  https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/lgbt-juggernaut

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Source: Oppose Bill Adding Sexual Orientation Counselling to Consumer Code

Article:  https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/california-bishops-rally-catholics-to-fight-reparative-therapy-ban

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Thousands of people marched through the streets of Valletta yesterday in protest against a a proposed IVF law that would legalise embryo freezing, gamete donati

Source: Thousands of Pro-Life People March in Malta Against Embryo Freezing and Commercial Surrogacy

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ICC Note: As previously reported, the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) issued a complaint regarding the presence of a Bible …

Source: Navy Upholds Inclusion of Bible on POW/MIA Table Following Complaint | Persecution

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