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Chris Cuomo CNN Anchor

BLOGGER’S NOTE:  Are you for real Chris Cuomo.  Does your brain catch up with your mouth? Don’t you realize that this is intolerant?

The Catholic anchor accused 12-year-old girls of ‘intolerance’ for not wanting to see naked men in girls’ locker rooms

Source: CNN Anchor Chris Cuomo Attacked for Defending Perversion

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This Blogger Contradicts The Designer World Of Liberalism.

BLOGGER’S NOTE:  This blogger contradicts the future.  This blogger contradicts the designer world:  THE FUTURE IS NOT MEN AND WOMEN BUT THE FUTURE WILL BE JESUS CHRIST.



Source:  https://www.yahoo.com/style/york-fashion-week-incredibly-political-slideshow-wp-190317999.html

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University Life


BLOGGER’S NOTE:  With all due respect to my female gender I believe in equality in all form of the work place if one is doing the same as my male counterpart. I am no expert in physiology, biology etc. but since the advent of the computer one has only to research and become well informed in a subject.  This being said one cannot and it has been so proven so far in DNA mapping that one cannot change one’s gender.  Yes, they can mutilate the body and try to make one believe they are a different gender.  Why today we can role play and imagine were also different in sexuality.  To me as my dear Dad use to say your living in a fantasy land.  Made up by our deep dark desires for lust and our deviant nature.  We as a society have become bored with each other and cannot conform to one man one woman as Christ taught. No we have to get greedy and think we can have all of the dark side and the good to without consequences. 

Many of our esteemed Professors believe that Genesis is mythological in nature.  Its not a story but its a very simple but reals story telling us who we really are.  Telling us about our real soul’s desire be it dark or the light.

Our real nature unhampered and misguided is turning into a mythological gigantic proportion beyond our control.  We are becoming a decadent society and we think what we are doing is perfectly normal. 

We are taking a ride on the dark side is what were doing. 

Genesis isn’t mythological.  It, the Great Story of our first parents is actually showing us what they knew back then—-that its a true story.  Inspired by truth.  It tells what are true dark side is capable of.  The confusion and blindness we harbor today in the name of modernity is misdirected and alienated us from our true evolution and nature to God.  The image He alone projected for our salvation in Jesus Christ.

The apple that Eve gave Adam is now playing out in our Universities and if we don’t wake up and smell the coffee we will be living that final “death” from too much knowledge and not enough commonsense.

We have bitten the apple of  dark side of modernity and unnatural law steeped in a bitterness and blindness which we may not recover if we don’t wake up and smell the coffee. 

The new “Eve” is the in the relativism taught in the Universities today and she is trying to convince the new “Adam” that he no longer has to listen to God but the Serpent. 

The Serpent “apes” God.  The new “Adam” and the new “Eve” we have shaped for ourselves in this modernity has a shattered reflection of the dark side of our natures.  We live in the distortions of our minds, souls and hearts.  Not the true light and shiny reflection we have been shown and taught by Christ.

Natures and souls that need to be understood in light of the teachings of Jesus Christ. 

The Way, The Truth and Life.  A truth even Pontius Pilate couldn’t stomach. 

Sound familiar?  It should because the Pagans, Atheists, Agnostics and middle of the roaders in the Universities can’t stomach that same truth today that was given to us over 2000 years ago under the same myths we see repackaged today.  Repackaged in the same story of old—

Shattered truth in that first bite of knowledge.  The knowledge which witnessed death when true life was offered by God the Father.

 Don’t buy into the shattered truth–the spoiled apple.  The package that Old Serpent wants you to buy again.

I’m talking about most of the slop and baloney preached in most Universities today. 

I’m not talking solid truth in Universities today.  I’m talking about the far out foolish nonsense that has no bearing on truth today. 

Search for real truth in your minds, hearts and souls. 

The truth that came from the cross. 

It wasn’t “Adam” that was solely responsible for the problems today.  “Eve” is part of that problem to. 

Its equal, on both sides of the gender aisle.  Don’t let anyone poison your mind with these dark truths today. Your better than that.

Your witnessing distorted truth seeping out of these campuses. Most of us are waking up and finding out there is a dark agenda against civilization.

Its getting distorted and darker by the moment. A mind bender we may never totally recover from in our mutual future. 

A future we cant afford to achieve with truth—real truth.

“DETROIT (ChurchMilitant.com) – Campus leaders and liberal scholars at multiple universities are taking steps to feminize men, claiming masculinity is toxic and men need to be trained not to be masculine in order to establish true equality.”


A trend across college campuses

Source: Universities Blame Masculinity as Root of All Problems


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Abortion activists verbally and physically abused the group of Rosary-praying men

Source: VIDEO: Argentine Feminists Assault Men Praying at Cathedral Again

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ChurchMilitant.com spoke with marriage therapist Dr. Peter Kleponis on the harms of porn


Source: Porn Addiction Workshop for Men

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Source: Bishop Calls Men to Battle

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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.

To Apply Click Here – http://churchmilitant.tv/pause/

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VATICAN LETTER Jan-31-2013 (940 words) Backgrounder. With photos. xxxi

Father Wojciech Giertych, Pope Benedict XVI’s personal theologian, in the chapel at his residence in the Apostolic Palace at the Vatican. (CNS/Paul Haring)

By Francis X. Rocca
Catholic News Service

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — In October, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith dismissed Roy Bourgeois from the priesthood because of his participation in the invalid ordination of a woman.

Since then, a Jesuit in Wisconsin has had his priestly faculties suspended after he celebrated a liturgy with a woman purporting to be a Catholic priest; and the Redemptorist order has confirmed that one of its members is under Vatican investigation for alleged ambiguities “regarding fundamental areas of Catholic doctrine,” apparently including the question of women’s ordination.

The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that only men can receive holy orders because Jesus chose men as his apostles and the “apostles did the same when they chose collaborators to succeed them in their ministry.” Blessed John Paul II wrote in 1994 that this teaching is definitive and not open to debate among Catholics.

Yet some Catholics persist in asking why, as traditional distinctions between the sexes break down in many areas of society, the Catholic clergy must remain an exclusively male vocation, and what this suggests about the church’s understanding of women’s worth and dignity.

Few are as well qualified to answer such questions as Dominican Father Wojciech Giertych.

As the theologian of the papal household, Father Giertych has the task of reviewing all speeches and texts submitted to Pope Benedict XVI to ensure they are free of doctrinal error. Though his office was not founded until the 13th century, the Dominican claims St. Paul the Apostle, who corrected St. Peter on important questions of church teaching, as his original forerunner. (A copy of Rembrandt’s portrait of St. Paul in prison hangs on a wall in Father Giertych’s apartment in the Apostolic Palace.)

“In theology, we base ourselves not on human expectations, but we base ourselves on the revealed word of God,” the theologian told Catholic News Service. “We are not free to invent the priesthood according to our own customs, according to our own expectations.”

Father Giertych rejects the idea that the all-male priesthood is a relic of obsolete social norms, as if such norms could have been binding on Jesus.

“Christ was courageous with respect to the local social customs, he was not afraid to be countercultural,” Father Giertych said. “He didn’t follow the expectations of the powerful, of Pilate, of Herod. He had his own work, his own mission.”

According to Father Giertych, theologians cannot say why Jesus chose only men as his Apostles, any more than they can explain the purposes of the incarnation or the Eucharist.

“In the mystery of faith, we need to be on our knees toward something that we received,” he said.

Nevertheless, he said, theology can help illuminate the “internal coherence and beauty of the mystery which has been offered to us by God.”

“The son of God became flesh, but became flesh not as sexless humanity but as a male,” Father Giertych said; and since a priest is supposed to serve as an image of Christ, his maleness is essential to that role.

Reflecting on differences between the sexes, Father Giertych suggested other reasons that men are especially suited to the priesthood.

Men are more likely to think of God in terms of philosophical definitions and logical syllogisms, he said, a quality valuable for fulfilling a priest’s duty to transmit church teaching.

Although the social and administrative aspects of church life are hardly off-limits to women, Father Giertych said priests love the church in a characteristically “male way” when they show concern “about structures, about the buildings of the church, about the roof of the church which is leaking, about the bishops’ conference, about the concordat between the church and the state.”

Father Giertych acknowledged that a Catholic woman might sincerely believe she is called to the priesthood, but said such a “subjective” belief does not indicate the objective existence of a vocation.

None of which means that women hold an inferior place in the church, he said.

“Every baptized person, both male and female, participates in the priesthood of Christ through the sacrament of baptism, drawing the fruits of the paschal mystery to one’s own soul,” he said. “And maybe in some sense we could say that, in this, women are more apt to draw from the mystery of Christ, by the quality of their prayer life, by the quality of their faith.”

Women are better able than men to perceive the “proximity of God” and enter into a relationship with him, Father Giertych said, pointing to the privileged role played by women in the New Testament.

“Women have a special access to the heart of Jesus,” he said, “in a very vivid way of approaching him, of touching him, of praying with him, of pouring ointment on his head, of kissing his feet.”

“The mission of the woman in the church is to convince the male that power is not most important in the church, not even sacramental power,” he said. “What is most important is the encounter with the living God through faith and charity.”

“So women don’t need the priesthood,” he said, “because their mission is so beautiful in the church anyway.”

This special relationship, the theologian said, is essentially related to Jesus’ maleness.

“I remember once a contemplative nun told me, ‘oh, wouldn’t it be horrible if Jesus were a woman?’ And it dawned on me that, for a woman, the access to Jesus in prayer is easier than for us men, because he’s male,” Father Giertych said. “The relationship of love, of attachment, the spousal relationship to Christ is easier for the woman.”

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Editors: A video interview of Father Giertych is available at http://youtu.be/GfGJs-iFtS8

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October 18, 2012
Vatican City — “Ever ancient, ever new”: It’s hard not to think of St. Augustine’s paean to the lord when you’re walking past a synod of bishops, on the way up to meet the pope in Rome, as I was one recent morning.

I was in Rome to receive, as a representative of the United States and “women of the world,” a message first delivered by Pope Paul VI at the closing of the Second Vatican Council in 1965.

“Women, you do know how to make truth sweet, tender and accessible; make it your task to bring the spirit of this council into institutions, schools, homes and daily life,” the message concludes, after a celebration of women in all states of life. “Women of the entire universe, whether Christian or non-believing, you to whom life is entrusted at this grave moment in history, it is for you to save the peace of the world.”

No small task! But can anyone deny our culture is in dire need of just such a thing? Women and men need to work together without the hostility all too often inherent in our conversations about life, liberty and happiness.

It’s a notion we’ve gotten so far away from that we’ve reached the point where the federal government has by regulatory diktat declared fertility to be a disease, a source of oppression for women, one that must be suppressed if women’s freedom is to be achieved. That’s exactly why we find ourselves confronted by the Department of Health and Human Services‘ abortion, sterilization and contraception mandate that has Americans — Protestants and Catholics together — suing for their religious liberties.

It’s a situation that the women of Verily, a new Catholic magazine, are helping to make better. A few fashionable young women came up with the concept for the magazine over brunch in New York. Verily intends to bring a positive, integrated message about being authentically feminine in the 21st century.

“It’s no secret that the old rules and roles between men and women in relationships have largely gone by the wayside in today’s culture,” the gals tell me in a collaborative statement, via email. “There can be advantages to this, and yet, without any social ‘scripts’ or guideposts, many young adults — men and women alike –tend to find themselves without a clear sense of how to navigate relationships.

“Advice such as ‘Just do what feels right’ may not be the compass we need to chart our relationship course. There are many reasons that could account for this — many of the social revolutions and cultural shifts in the past decades brought us to our current situation. Still, we cannot go back in time, but must live in the present. So, we are trying to pull from the best lessons handed down to us –tried and true advice we’ve gleaned from our friends, parents, social scientists and scholars … By doing this, we hope to truly thrive and have the best relationships — friendships, families, romance — possible!”

“By building up strong, savvy women of integrity,” they contend, “We will help promote healthier, happier communities and stronger friendships and relationships between men and women.”

With more women like these trying to help us better understand what true freedom and liberation is — not a battle of the sexes or a conflict of rights between a mother and child — any of the resonance of the “war on women” rhetoric thrown at Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney for simply daring to defend the dignity of human life and religious liberty starts to crumble.

As was first stated in 1965: “The hour is coming, in fact has come, when the vocation of woman is being achieved in its fullness, the hour in which woman acquires in the world an influence, an effect and a power never hitherto achieved. That is why at this moment when the human race is undergoing such a deep transformation, women impregnated with the spirit of the Gospel can do so much to aid mankind in not falling.” When we start to look at one another, and ourselves, with a deep respect for who we are and why, there is liberation to be found.

It’s easy to buy into hurtful untruths about men and women and how they relate to one another. It’s easy to fail to properly treasure the gift of procreation and life. And it’s all too easy to suppose that the editors and readers of Verily don’t have a friend in Rome. But there’s no war; they’re not enemies. Together, they’re making progress.

(Bloggers Note:  Humbly we need to start reading and learning from the Saints even now in these times.  Its never too late to find some good reading material even here on the Web for those of us who have been a little busy and a little rusty.  Happy reading.)

Kathryn Lopez

Kathryn Jean Lopez, editor of National Review Online, writes a weekly column of conservative political and social commentary for Newspaper Enterprise Association. TOWNHALL DAILY: Sign up today and receive Townhall.com daily lineup delivered each morning to your inbox.

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This is an example of the Traditional Latin Catholic Mass:

This is an example of the Novus Ordo or New Mass Wedding:

The above article caught my eye about men and marriage.  Bare in mind folks I’m no expert because I’m 47 and not married.  Unfortunately I came through the crazy period of the church where everyone was doing what they want and ignoring what they aught to do.  Hopefully by the grace of God and our Church this is changing maybe slowly but moving toward sanity again.  This I say especially along the lines with what the church teaches on the single life, vocational and married life.

I invite  you to check out the article above if you interested in knowing more about traditional married life and those who help teach it in the Church.

God Bless.

If you are a traditional and serious Catholic and are getting serious with someone about marriage dont forget to consult Father on Pre-Cana preparation classes.


The above videos are commentary on Father Groeschel and marriage below are Father McCloskey’s teaching on prepreation for marriage.  Please dont stop wait until the video is completely done and explore Father McCloskey continually on You Tube on Marriage Preparation.

See:  http://catholic.org/hf/family/story.php?id=43304&page=2

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