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“Leftist cancel-culture minions went into orbit. But this does not phase Unanue. He explains God is in charge, and the elites in power must never discourage those of goodwill.

Unanue: “That these few people can say life has no value — we have to reject those who say life has no value, because life has value.”

Article Here: https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/armed-for-decades

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“The word “morality” is derived from the Latin word “moralitas” (“manner, character, proper behavior”) and describes the principles which govern our behavior. Morality distinguishes between actions determined to be unethical and those found to be ethically proper according to a particular body of standards or principles (in this case the covenant, applicable to all humans, made by G-d with Noah after the flood.

 We seek to support those who, due to their adherence to the code of values of the Abrahamic faiths (sometimes referred to as a Judeo-Christian world-view) , have suffered. Those featured chose actions inconsistent with today’s “political correctness” and therefore need your help.

 We hope that those of you who visit our site will contribute to and help these brave souls or the organizations that support them.”



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ae80f2_ee9ca0d871c64aaf9f484ee579701201~mv2BLOGGER’S NOTE:  Calling all Catholics I am passing the word for Arthur Goldberg on Funding Morality.  For more information see their link below:  This Catholic Blogger is asking anyone who has a spare buck to donate to David.  His story needs to be told. Will you help him today?

See Source Article for David Dejiacomo’s story:  https://www.fundingmorality.com/dejiacomo and for more on the story behind Morality Funding.

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Published on Oct 7, 2017

+J.M.J.+ This is a talk given by Fr. Michael Rodríguez on October 6, 2017, in observance of the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary (Oct. 7th) and the 100th Anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun (Oct. 13th). The talk covers three main themes: A Terrible Crisis in the Papacy, the Letter of Filial Correction, and the 100th Anniversary of the Fatima Apparitions.
Fr. Rodríguez makes an urgent plea to all of the world’s Catholics, especially those who are not familiar with the Traditional Latin Mass, but do have a sincere desire to be good and faithful Catholics.
Fr. Rodríguez explains three great signs which God is giving us, thereby calling us to convert back to Him and to the true Catholic religion of 2000 years. These three signs from Heaven are: (1) the frightening crisis in the Papacy, (2) the historic “Letter of Filial Correction” and (3) the 100th Anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun.
Fr. Rodríguez is one of the signatories of the Letter of Filial Correction of Pope Francis. Fr. Rodríguez explains both the Letter of Filial Correction, and how faithful Catholics must respond to the present, nearly unprecedented, crisis in the Papacy. He concludes with a brief teaching on the Message of Our Lady of Fatima.
This is a must see video for all Catholics who desire to be faithful to God and the Church in the midst of a terrible crisis in the papacy.
Here is a petition which all can sign in support of the filial correction, linked here:
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BLOGGER’S NOTE:  This blogger feelS overwhelmed because she can’t give to everyone.  I try to give by getting the word out for this cause or that.  You can mail in whatever you can.  Or spread the word someone in a predicament needs some help.  This cause makes me cry every time I read about it because I think of the Lord’s Mother Mary and His appointed by God Stepfather Joseph who had no room at the Inn and Mary was in a predicament until Joseph listened to God.  KEEP IN MIND FOLKS YOU KICK THESE CHILDREN OF GOD OUT OF YOUR HOME AND YOU KICK JESUS OUT AND OUT OF YOUR LIFE.


Source: Good Counsel Bronx Home Highlighted in WSJ

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A new initiative for people of faith

Source: New Crowdfunding Site Supports Moral Causes

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Finally the truth from the murky disinformation of the 20th Century. Thank you Lord David Alton.




The BBC and A Question of Truth

David Alton

In a significant finding, the British Broadcasting Corporation has conceded that in their main evening news bulletin, seen by millions, it falsely described the Church as being ‘silent’ in the face of Nazism and that it has not reported correctly on the Church’s opposition to Hitler.

The finding was made by the BBC’s internal watchdog after Fr.Leo Chamberlain and I jointly lodged a complaint. Fr.Chamberlain, a Benedictine, is a historian and former headmaster of Ampleforth College.

The broadcast was made last July during a visit to Auschwitz by Pope Francis. The reporter stated as fact that Silence was the response of the Catholic Church when Nazi Germany demonised Jewish people and then attempted to eradicate Jews from Europe”. 


After several unsuccessful attempts to seek a correction we felt that we had no choice but to make a…

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Published on Dec 24, 2015

What happens when you ask a bunch of kids to tell the story of Christmas? Enjoy this story of Bethle-ha-ha-ham and the magical star that appeared.




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Marine Le Pen and Francois Fillon


After years of abortion, gay


Source: Rise of the Catholic Right in France

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Posted: 05 Dec 2015 08:36 AM PST

Think About It.  Does God Want a Spiritual But Not Religious Faith?

Written with great charity, which makes this article perfect to be shared and discussed.

By Fr. Dwight Longenecker, Standing on my Head;

I’m Spiritual but not Religious.

I’m Spiritual but not Religious.

“I’m spiritual but not religious” is one of the catch phrases you’ll hear a good bit these days.

My question about this is, “How do you do that?”

Just exactly what do you do to be spiritual without being religious?

Do you kind of sit quietly from time to time and think beautiful thoughts?

Maybe you go for a hike and think, “Gee this is really a nice day!” Do you smile at folks and think to yourself, “I can see the sunshine of eternity in their smile!” Maybe  you feel warm when you read that poem about walking on the beach and there was only one set of footprints and that’s when the Lord carried you?” Do you maybe light a candle from time to time and turn out the lights and feel spiritual for a time? Do you sit cross legged on the mountaintop and watch the sunrise?

I just can’t figure out how a person can be spiritual without being religious because wouldn’t you have to be religious (at least a little bit) to be spiritual?

Spiritual But Not Religious Analogy

Saying you’re spiritual but not religious is like saying you love sports but you don’t play a sport and don’t watch it on TV or go to any games, because once you tried to play the sport or even go to the games you would have to be taking part in the rules that make sport actually happen.

Saying you’re spiritual but not religious would be like saying you love music, but you don’t play an instrument, never took music lessons, don’t go to concerts and don’t listen to music through your headphones even. Because if you were to do any of those things you would be taking advantage of the rules and regulations and structures and strictures that actually make music possible.

The root of the word “religious” is “to bind”. That means you bind yourself to a certain rule or way of doing things. It’s not all free flowing, do as you please and make it up as you go along. Just as there are rules to the game, music on the page and a map for the journey, so there is religion to make “being spiritual” possible.

Surely as soon as a person starts to try to “be spiritual” they start being religious.

Do you get spiritual by lighting a candle and having a little statue of Buddha in front of you? Well, that’s being religious. Do you get spiritual by reading a poem that means something to you or by reading a book with a collection of quotes or beautiful thoughts? Well, that’s being religious because you are treating those books as your sacred text.

So maybe what the “spiritual but not religious” person means is that they do not go in for organized religion. They mean they are not members of an institutional church. That’s possible, but maybe they misunderstand what the purpose of organized religion actually IS.

Religion Maps the Journey to being Spiritual

Organized religion with all its devotions and duties, with all its doctrines and dogmas, with all its rules and rubrics and regulations is simply the rules for the game, the music on the printed page, the map for the journey and the instructions for how to be spiritual.

The organized religion is not an end in itself, but a means to an end.

Organized religion is really only a group of people who want to be spiritual getting themselves organized. They gather the experience and tradition of the past, they gather their community together because being spiritual is easier with a group, and they share and care for one another and share the necessary disciplines to “be spiritual” successfully.

Spiritual But Not Religious

But of course, this gets messy because it gets real. I suspect being “spiritual but not religious” is too easy and too unreal. Getting spiritual in a religion, on the other hand, means you have to get to work. You have to climb the mountain. You have to scrape your knees. You have to learn how to love, forgive and help other people who are on that same journey and part of your team…and all that is tough.

Lest it seem like no more than an inspiring version of the Boy Scouts or the Rotary Club, it is the supernatural dimension that fires them up, inspires them supernaturally and helps them to get organized so their desire to “be spiritual” can achieve lift off.

Honestly, How Can One be “Spiritual but not Religious?”

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