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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Nabi Sayeth: It's ALL Connected!




It's not always easy to
connect the dots. Do it anyway!
Nabi Sayeth: Lets begin with two stories, stories which may initially seem disparate, but upon further examination are actually connected in a most significant manner.

First story:
A 23-year-old man in South Carolina was ordered to spend 12 years behind bars after he “bit” his ex-girlfriend’s lip so hard that it became detached, officials said. 
Seth Aaron Fleury entered a guilty plea Thursday to a charge of assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, 13th Circuit Solicitor Walt Wilkins announced in a news release.

Monday, October 22, 2018

Nabi Sayeth: A Sad Seminary Story -- Beware Worldly "Spiritual Directors"


Because I'm a priest of God imitating my Savior!
Nabi Sayeth: A Catholic seminary should be a place of holiness, of study….a safe place where men who are called to the priesthood can pray and study in preparation for their lifetime commitment to Jesus and His beloved Church. But so often seminaries have been places where vocations are dashed and faith destroyed.

Nabi writes here today about a conversation with a clergyman from West Virginia who was sent to one of the oldest and once largest seminaries in the U.S. And in particular, Nabi wishes to use the words of the clergyman who as a seminarian had his faith severely threatened by the practices he observed at that school. Here are the clergyman’s own words….

A Good News Story from Wheeling, but not about Clergy

Mercy Cuts to the Bone 

by Dr. Steven Miller, orthopedic surgeon

Tired, worried, and with dark circles around her eyes, Kelly Amato arrived at the Orthopedic Clinic at Wheeling Hospital without an appointment and with X-rays in hand. She asked me for my help. I immediately responded, "Yes, of course!" What happened afterwards was incredible — not just due to the outcome, but also for how it transpired and how it continues to inspire me spiritually.

Sunday, October 21, 2018

Break the Silence: - Archbishop Viganò's Third Letter

Elephant? What elephant?
"For it is the conspiracy of silence that has wrought and continues to wreak great harm in the Church."             
             + Carlo Maria Viganò 
                  19 Ottobre 2018

Archbishop Viganò's third letter is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the crisis in the Church! After all, you can't solve a problem unless you understand it. And the archbishop minces no words about the central problem, the elephant in the room, being covered with flowery wallpaper by the liars and sycophants at the Vatican. 

Nabi Sayeth: Are Seminaries the Hierarchy's Playground?

Fr. Joseph Gatto, active homosexual
rector of Christ the King Seminary
Nabi has shared with you on several occasions the corruption that exists in Catholic seminaries. Some of them have homosexual populations in the ninety percentile, much higher than society in general. And to think, it is from these Sodom and Gomorrahs that our future priests come!

There are currently Diocesan investigations taking place at several seminaries. But the one that is getting the attention of the media at this time is the seminary in the diocese of Buffalo, N.Y.

Guest Post: Feminism and its Effects on Society

Toxic feminism champions hatred of men, the murder of unborn children, and sexual license. 

            One of the advantages of being old is you have a much greater knowledge of history than most others. My mother ingrained in us five boys that we must always respect women. As an example her instructions for riding the city bus: If a woman got on the bus and had to stand, we were to stand and offer our seat. My familiarity with the feminist movement does not go back as far as the fight for the right for women to vote; however, I am familiar with the fight for equal wages and jobs. As a young married man, I attended a trade school in the daytime and worked on an assembly line in the evening to support my family. I worked on the same line with women putting together components to be installed in the old vacuum tube-type computers. This is when I learned that women, doing the same job as I were paid about 10 percent less than the men. What made it worse was the women did a better job, being more patient than the men. At that time it was also difficult for women to enter into the variety of jobs available to men.

Saturday, October 20, 2018

Nabi Sayeth: Protecting Predators Arms the State for Attacks on the Church


Stonewall raids at gay clubs
in NYC. (Wikimedia) Today
the raids are in diocesan
chanceries! Ironic, eh?
Nabi Sayeth: Because of the horrible mismanagement by the hierarchy of the Catholic Church with regard to the cover up of the sexual abuse of our young people, the very freedom which the Church has enjoyed under the Establishment Clause of the US Constitution is being threatened.

From the Detroit Free Press 10/4/2018:
Law enforcement officials with the Michigan Attorney General's Office executed search warrants Wednesday for clergy files at all seven Catholic dioceses in Michigan as part of its investigation into sexual abuse of children by priests.

At about 9 a.m., law enforcement officials arrived at the Chancery office of the Archdiocese of Detroit on State Street, which is the largest of the seven dioceses, according to the Archdiocese of Detroit.

Friday, October 19, 2018

The Witches Gather: Let the Body of Christ Respond with Masses and Rosaries...

....and a novena of St. Michael's Prayer!



I've always considered Hillary and her cronies nasty, howling witches. Hillary, Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters, Elizabeth Warren...don't they sound like witches whenever they open their mouths?

Nabi Sayeth: When Wolves Guard the Chicken Coops, It's Going to be Hard on the Chickens




The John Jay study revealed that the vast majority
of abuse was pederasty, homosexual assaults
on post pubescent boys and young adult men.
Nabi Sayeth: There was great fanfare when the U.S. bishops gathered in Dallas in 2002 to sign their charter, the contents of which served as a solemn pledge by the hierarchy to protect our children.

Pedophilia, pedophila, pedophilia was hailed as the root problem of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church (Pedophilia is the sexual abuse of prepubescent children). But was this true? Is pedophilia really the problem, and if it is not, then, what is? And perhaps equally important, what is the answer to the real problem?