I'm sending him a thank you note tomorrow. Why don't you join me.
Friday, January 24, 2020
Thursday, January 23, 2020
|Bloods of Brooklyn fight back against Muslim bullies.|
The one thing bullies understand is strength and might therefore the only thing to make them back down is greater strength and might from someone else. When confronted with a stronger entity, bullies backtrack immediately. Keeping that thought in mind, the following story will bring a warm glow to your heart.
|Do our bishops serve God or themselves?|
The USCCB is facing a class action lawsuit over the misuse of money donated to Peter's Pence. Here's what the money has been actually used for:
And many are outraged which is why they, like us, haven't donated to a second collection FOR YEARS. I don't trust the bishops any more than the hucksters selling their magical diet pills.
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
|Jane Roe (Norma McCorvey) was|
used by Gloria Allred who fabricated
a massive lie about a non-existent
gang rape to win abortion on
demand! McCorvey later became
a Christian and fought for life.
She died in 2017. RIP, Norma!
The feminists and their allies gloated in 1973 and prophesied that abortion was here to stay and the issue would disappear within a year now that the court had spoken. Little did they know that there was still a God in the United States who would raise up an army to defend the little ones and their mothers.
Today's first reading at Mass is a biblical metaphor for the fight.
David previously refused to wear Saul's armor to face the Goliath. He stands before the king as a shepherd, clad lightly with no helmet or shield and no weapon but his sling. Saul urges him to reconsider facing the giant. How can a "mere youth" stand up to the seasoned, armor-clad, sword-bearing Goliath surrounded by the Philistine army?
David's reply is swift and confident. "The Lord, who delivered me from the claws of the lion and bear, will also keep me safe from the clutches of this Philistine." And he faces the taunts of Goliath with the same manly courage, confident in the Lord's help and protection:
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Thank God for these brave young people who witnessed at the Women's March on Saturday. Will you pray for them today? Not the rage on the faces of so many of the pro-aborts, especially the old man. He is almost demonic responding to their sign. Pray for the poor deluded champions of child-killing.
|Where are the other nine? Did only this foreigner|
return to give thanks?
Let’s be honest. Actually, let’s state the obvious. Many orthodox Catholics have had it with Pope Francis, as have non-Catholic conservatives who liked previous popes. It’s no stretch to say that a good number detest him. At the very least, many faithful Catholics are frustrated by the current pope. What with the ongoing confusion from Rome, atop the 2018 abuse report from Pennsylvania (with many more states to follow), plus the Cardinal McCarrick fiasco, and the Viganò letters—their patience is exhausted.
Saturday, January 18, 2020
|There's not much difference between a mosque |
and a cathedral. Besides God wills diversity of
religion! See February on Abu Dhabi.
I continue to work on the papal timeline, but decided to skip from 2015 to 2019 since last year gave us such a bumper crop of scandals! Yes indeed, 2019 was a banner year for Pope Francis undermining the faith of our fathers with the help of his confreres!
What an understatement!
The pope follows his own advice to "make a mess" and made a mess big time in 2019! But that may be a blessing because, as evil positions itself center stage with fanfare of trumpets, rainbow banners, pagan symbols, idol worship, etc. more people are "woke"
Friday, January 17, 2020
|Susan Bunton Haynes|
ORDINATION OF EPISCOPAL WOMAN BISHOP IN VIRGINIA CATHOLIC CHURCH
I grieves me to say that, in my own state, a sacrilege is planned in Williamsburg (Diocese of Richmond) February 1st when St. Bede's (which as a matter of fact looks like a Protestant church) will host the ordination of an Episcopal woman bishop, Susan Bunton Haynes. Bishop Barry Knestout, Richmond's ordinary, claims it is an act of charity within the "accepted ecumenical and teaching norms of the Church."
Perhaps in the Francis Church, but this kind of activity is confusing to the faithful and a serious scandal. Not only because of the ordination, but because of what the Episcopal Church stands for. The Episcopal Church with which the Southern Diocese is affiliated allows both abortion (claiming to be opposed while stating “unequivocal opposition to any legislation on the part of the national or state governments which would abridge or deny the right of individuals to reach informed decisions [about the termination of pregnancy] and to act upon them.”). The church also advocates same-sex marriage. In fact, a bishop who refused to bend to the ruling, William Love, was brought up on disciplinary charges by the church. So what in God's name and commandments is the Diocese of Richmond doing allowing this sacrilege to take place at St. Bede's?
Jesus sings (Melanie sings in His place here) to his Blessed Mother, "Look what they (have gone and) done to my Church, Ma. Look what they done to my doctrine...it's turning out all wrong, Ma. They turned it upside down, Ma. Look what they done to my Church!"
Thursday, January 16, 2020
I'm looking forward to reading From the Depths of Our Hearts co-authored by Pope Benedict and Cardinal Robert Sarah. The english translation release is coming out in February from Ignatius Press. I've already put in my order and can't wait to read it! Meanwhile, it's caused a real firestorm in Rome and elsewhere, particularly among "progressive" Catholics.