Monthly Archives: January 2019

ANOTHER CATHOLIC SAYS “EXCOMMUNICATE THEM”

Facebook Michelle Marie Romani on Facebook    Michelle Marie RomaniJanuary 28 at 5:42 PM NPR isn’t the Ordinary Magisterium of the Church. To cite the reporter is tantamount to making a “non” citation. Did you not read the article by Avery Cardinal Dulles? … Continue reading

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Governor Cuomo Demonizes the Church

CATHOLIC LEAGUEFOR RELIGIOUS AND CIVIL RIGHTS Cuomo Demonizes Catholic ChurchJanuary 28, 2019Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the latest attacks on the Catholic Church made by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo: Celebrating the imminent passage of the Child Victims Act, Gov. … Continue reading

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Nobody, knowing that he is steeped in moral sewage from head to toe, would rave and rage at the filth on his neighbor’s shoe. It would be worse than nonsensical. It would be like begging for the vengeance of God to come down upon you.

The Greater Sins in the Covington Incident Anthony Esolen SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 2019 I dislike writing about failure and sin, and dearly wish that the leaders of my Church would give me less occasion to do so. Everyone by now … Continue reading

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THE VIRUS OF CHAOS IS SPREADING TO ALL BRANCHES OF THE Roman Catholic Church

Vox Cantoris “Today Our attention is directed to one of the most common of them (abuses), one of the most difficult to eradicate, and the existence of which is sometimes to be deplored in places where everything else is deserving … Continue reading

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LET ME BE CLEAR, GOVERNOR CUOMO OF New York STATE DESERVES TO BE DECLARED EXCOMMUNICATED FOR HIS PUSHING AND SIGNING THE ABORTION-ON-DEMAND BILL THAT HE HAS JUST IMPOSED ON THE PEOPLE OF New York STATE. – BISHOP RENE HENRY GRACIDA, BISHOP EMERITUS OF Corpus Christi

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THERE ARE CREDIBLE REPORTS THAT THERE ARE MORE THAN 20 MILLION ILLEGAL ALIENS IN THE United States RIGHT NOW. WHAT IF THEY ALL LEFT?

Tina Griego is a Free-Lance reporter for the Denver Post.  She writes some really good stuff and she is a strong advocate for LEGALImmigration; homework on issues is part of her make-up and fabric! What if they left? Not Democratic, … Continue reading

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THE WORDS OF FRANCIS THE MERCIFUL STAND IN CONTRAST TO THOSE OF HIS PREDECESSORS WHO DID NOT MINCE WORDS OF CONDEMNATION OF DICTATORSHIPS

Squandering Moral Capital Published in George Weigel’s weekly column The Catholic Difference on January 23, 2019 BY GEORGE WEIGELShare The morality of tyrannicide is not much discussed in today’s kinder, gentler Catholic Church. Yet that difficult subject once engaged some of Catholicism’s finest minds, … Continue reading

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THE TRUTH ABOUT THE INDIAN AND BLACK THUGS WHO CONFRONTED THE BOYS FROM Covington Catholic HIGH SCHOOL

CATHOLIC LEAGUEFOR RELIGIOUS AND CIVIL RIGHTSMeet The Indian And Black ThugsJanuary 24, 2019Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on who the guilty parties are in the Covington Catholic controversy: The Catholic white boys from Covington Catholic High School—hated because they are Catholic, … Continue reading

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Nathan Phillips, THE MAN WHO FALSELY CLAIMED TO HAVE BEEN HARASSED BY THE Covington Catholic BOYS TRIED TO DISRUPT THE MASS AT THE BASILICA OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION ON SATURDAY

Nathan Phillips, the man who falsely claimed to have been harassed by the Covington Catholic boys last Friday, tried to disrupt Mass at the Basilica of thhe Immaculate Conception on Saturday.  As if we didn’t see the full video to … Continue reading

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IT IS HARD TO BELIEVE THAT The New York Times, Founded in 1851, the “Gray Lady” became the journal of the new Republican Party and was destined to become the mouthpiece for the Democrat Party

JANUARY 23, 2019 Infamous Scribblers: Virtue Signalers on the Warpath FR. GEORGE W. RUTLER CRISIS MAGAZINE From October 22 to November 30, in 1878, a large fair was held in the Cathedral of Saint Patrick in New York City before its … Continue reading

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