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Building a Home Worthy of The Immaculata

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We have all recently experienced a great loss. The fire in the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris was a tragic and devastating event witnessed by millions around the world.
But more devastating has been the crisis in the Church. The loss of Faith and vocations, the decline of morals, and the closing or selling off of churches.
But… There is hope. There is a new light that’s growing.
For half a century, the Society of St. Pius X has been restoring all things in Christ. Restoring the faith, rebuilding the family, and rekindling the light of hope.
That is why, a new Church is being built in the small Catholic town of St. Marys. A place that in 1978, witnessed a devastating Church fire - like that of Notre Dame. A place that has grown exponentially to be the largest traditional …More
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Our Chance at (True) Happiness - Laetare Sunday Sermon - Fr. Patrick Rutledge

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sspx.org/en/media - Our chance at true happiness. Fr. Patrick Rutledge, Rector of St. Marys Academy and College (St. Marys, KS) addresses the faithful on Laetare Sunday. Laetare Sunday is a moment …More
sspx.org/en/media - Our chance at true happiness. Fr. Patrick Rutledge, Rector of St. Marys Academy and College (St. Marys, KS) addresses the faithful on Laetare Sunday. Laetare Sunday is a moment in the midst of a penitential season during which the Church calls Her children to rejoice. Why? It is all too often that we, as fallen creatures, easily lose site of the goal, of the purpose for which we are fasting, for which we are striving during Lent. She calls us to re-orient, to remember, and to look up towards our true calling, the path to which is the answer to finding true (not perfect, but true) happiness in this life and in the next.
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11 Questions with Fr. Pagliarani (in English, 2019) - SSPX

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sspx.org/en - Fr. Davide Pagliarani visited the United States for the first time since becoming Superior General of the Society of St. Pius X. Although he was available only for canonical visits …More
sspx.org/en - Fr. Davide Pagliarani visited the United States for the first time since becoming Superior General of the Society of St. Pius X. Although he was available only for canonical visits during the Prior’s Meeting in Winona - and additional meetings at St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary - Angelus Press was able to ask him some questions for his first ever English-speaking interview.
00:56 – Question 1: You are relatively unknown in the English-speaking world beyond your recent election as Superior General. Can you introduce yourself?
Actually, I think this is not just a problem of the English-speaking countries. To give an example, a few weeks back in Paris, a priest asked me my name. So it's always a bit embarrassing to say I’m the new Superior General - so I was a bit embarrassed but he was embarrassed as well. Yes, actually I spent most of my time as a priest either in Italy or in the Far East in Singapore for three years and recently in the far south in Argentina for almost …More
Bishop Schneider is deranged!!! Did Jesus ever said any kind of abuse is ok or He fought abuse and evil everywhere He went? I guess Bishop Schneider …More
Bishop Schneider is deranged!!!
Did Jesus ever said any kind of abuse is ok or He fought abuse and evil everywhere He went?
I guess Bishop Schneider likes to be abused and abuse others and pretend he is a Saint
I see the pattern in Catholic Church abusing people into holiness
Even in FSSP
FR. ROMANOVSKI AND FR. PASSO ABUSING CERTAIN SOULS INTO SUBMISSION
AND PROBABLY MANY OTHER PRIESTS IN FSSP
WHY? BECAUSE THEY DO NOT WANT TO SUFFER FOR THE SALVATION OF THE SOULS as St . John Viani and other Saints did THEY BELIEVE GOD NEEDS THEIR HELP TO INFLICT SUFFERING UPON THE SOULS FSSP NEVER HEARD ABOUT IMITATION OF THE CHRIST!!!!! GOD GIVES EVERY SOUL SUFFICIENT SUFFERINGS FOR THE SANCTIFICATION OF THEIR SOUL THEY FEEL GOD IS FAILING IN IT AND THEY KNOW BETTER!!!! HOW MUCH SUFFERINGS WE SHOULD HAVE SO THEY INFLICT IT UPON US IS THAT CORRECT FR. ROMANOVSKI? GO BACK TO MEXICO!!! YOUR SPIRITUALITY AND MATURITY FITS THERE!!!! BISHOP SCHNEID…More
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SSPX Christmas Message - Fr. Wegner, US District Superior

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sspx.org/en - A very Merry and Blessed Christmas to you from the priests of the Society of St. Pius X! May God bless you and your family with many blessings and graces this season and into the new …More
sspx.org/en - A very Merry and Blessed Christmas to you from the priests of the Society of St. Pius X! May God bless you and your family with many blessings and graces this season and into the new year!

Episode 11: Organ Donation & Communion in the Hand – SSPX Podcast

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Listeners ask why Catholics pray to saints instead of just to God. Also, why has the Church historically had a problem with organ donation? And if there are such problems with the Novus Ordo Mass, …More
Listeners ask why Catholics pray to saints instead of just to God. Also, why has the Church historically had a problem with organ donation? And if there are such problems with the Novus Ordo Mass, why is Communion in the hand a big deal?
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How is it that the removal of a healthy organ which God thinks you should possess by nature is not classified as an evil act in itself? In the case …More
How is it that the removal of a healthy organ which God thinks you should possess by nature is not classified as an evil act in itself? In the case of live donation of a kidney - is it not a case of claiming that we may do a little evil that a greater good may come from it?

SSPX Podcast 🎧The Greatest Schism in 1,000 Years?

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We talk with the Assistant Editor of Angelus Press, Mr. Gabriel Sanchez about this shocking news from the Eastern Catholic Church. While it may be too early to call the Moscow Patriarchate’s move a …More
We talk with the Assistant Editor of Angelus Press, Mr. Gabriel Sanchez about this shocking news from the Eastern Catholic Church. While it may be too early to call the Moscow Patriarchate’s move a formal schism, it is expected that the other self-governing Orthodox churches around the world will begin choosing sides soon enough, perhaps leading to an unraveling of Orthodoxy’s confederate-style governing model.
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All the Eastern Orthodox are in schism from the See if Peter with only Greek Rite Catholics, Maronites and some smaller particular Churches in …More
All the Eastern Orthodox are in schism from the See if Peter with only Greek Rite Catholics, Maronites and some smaller particular Churches in Communion.

Adopt a Soul this November

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This November, we – the Church Militant – have a chance. This month is the month during which the Blood of Christ can even more lavishly be applied to the Church Suffering. Adopt a Poor Soul this …More
This November, we – the Church Militant – have a chance.
This month is the month during which the Blood of Christ can even more lavishly be applied to the Church Suffering.
Adopt a Poor Soul this November, that with them, we may one day both be together as the Church Triumphant.
Tesa
It's a shame no one told the martyrs all they had to do was be nice to someone.
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(Unedited) Bishop Fellay: Looking Back and Moving Forward – SSPX

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sspx.org/en - At the Angelus Press Conference, we had a chance to sit down with His Excellency, Bishop Bernard Fellay, and chat about his time as Superior General of the SSPX over these past 24 …More
sspx.org/en - At the Angelus Press Conference, we had a chance to sit down with His Excellency, Bishop Bernard Fellay, and chat about his time as Superior General of the SSPX over these past 24 years. We also asked him about what Catholics can do proactively to support the Church during this time of confusion, as well as some fun anecdotes about being in the shoes of Superior General for almost a quarter of a century.
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This video is dedicated to the Holy Guardian Angels.
–– Below is a transcript of the video ––
I will – I certainly have plenty, plenty – so I to have to dig in to see which one I will bring out. I may say almost every day is a wonderful; is full of wonderful happenings – and so which one, I don't know if there is one which did mark me more than another. Definitely, let's say the beauty of the soul discovering the grace, the work of the grace in the souls, I think that's the greatest happiness which I may have …More
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Best wishes to SSPX!
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What to Expect at the 2018 Conference – Angelus Press Conference

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angeluspress.org/pages/conferences – The 2018 Conference for Catholic Tradition begins on Friday, October 12th. Morning Mass, Rosary, and breakfast begins Friday’s schedule. Fr. Jürgen Wegner, …More
angeluspress.org/pages/conferences – The 2018 Conference for Catholic Tradition begins on Friday, October 12th. Morning Mass, Rosary, and breakfast begins Friday’s schedule. Fr. Jürgen Wegner, District Superior of the US District of the Society of Saint. Pius X, opens the conferences with a welcome address to all attendees.
Next, Fr. Juan-Carlos Iscara, Professor at St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary, begins the series of conferences with his talk “Warfare, Bloodshed, and Innocence: When is War Just?”
After lunch and free time, Dr. John Rao, associate professor at St. John’s University and director of the Roman Forum, delivers his conference “Immigration: A Catholic Perspective on What Borders Mean”. Then, Dr. Randall Flanery, a licensed clinical psychologist in the Program for Psychology, presents his lecture entitled “Balance: Mental Health and the Traditional Catholic Life”. In conclusion, Fr. John McFarland, Prior of Our Lady of Sorrows Parish in Phoenix, closes the afternoon with his …More
Jim Dorchak
It is just not a conference with out Fr. Novak!
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They should be playing Gregorian chant or polyphony for the background music. This song doesn't fit at all. Are we attending an event for the queen …More
They should be playing Gregorian chant or polyphony for the background music. This song doesn't fit at all. Are we attending an event for the queen of England? This song gives off a snobby elite image. Not good. That's what happens when you waste your money on some secular marketing company that doesn't know anything about the Church.

Conference for Catholic Tradition 2018 – Angelus Press

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angeluspress.org/pages/conferences – Angelus Press is proud to announce the 9th Annual Conference for Catholic Tradition - the official conference of the Society of St. Pius X in North America. This…More
angeluspress.org/pages/conferences – Angelus Press is proud to announce the 9th Annual Conference for Catholic Tradition - the official conference of the Society of St. Pius X in North America.
This three-day-weekend October-getaway is hosted at the Hilton in North Kansas City. The conference focuses on applying Catholic teaching to the most interesting and important issues of our day with professors and lecturers from around the world.
This year is the 50th anniversary of the encyclical – Humanae Vitae – which is the impetus for this year's conference topic "What does the Church Really Say about Life?". Keynote speaker, Bishop Bernard Fellay, returns to the conference for the first time in five years.
The 2018 Conference for Catholic Tradition provides a clear understanding of the key principles pertaining to Euthanasia, Cloning, Genetic Engineering and much more.
It’s really important I think as Traditional Catholics in this world today to keep that spirit. And it’s very positive …More
SSPX - USA District
Salliperson, the cost of the Conference is $199.00 for all 3 days. With added meals on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (and also a shuttle to Mass and …More
Salliperson, the cost of the Conference is $199.00 for all 3 days. With added meals on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (and also a shuttle to Mass and back on Sunday) the cost is $349.00 – For more information, please see the updated page at angeluspress.org/pages/conferences
hitherto
Does anyone know the cost of attending the Conference? I went to their web site but only found the sign up sheet.
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SSPX General Chapter News 2018 – FSSPX.news

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fsspx.news/en – Econe, Switzerland. The Society of St. Pius X’s 4th General Chapter just concluded Saturday, July 21st 2018. Since the founding of the Society in 1970, the General Chapter has been …More
fsspx.news/en – Econe, Switzerland. The Society of St. Pius X’s 4th General Chapter just concluded Saturday, July 21st 2018. Since the founding of the Society in 1970, the General Chapter has been held every 12 years to elect a new Superior General for the next 12 year term. It also serves to review and discuss important points in the life and work of the Society and her members.
On July 11th, 47 year old Fr. Davide Pagliarani, an Italian priest of the Society, was elected as the new Superior General. Having been ordained in 1996, Fr. Pagliarani has completed diverse apostolic work in Europe, Asia, and South America.
Two assistants were also elected to help support Fr. Pagliarani in his new position and work. The new 1st Assistant was a Bishop of Spanish nationality – His Excellency Alfonso de Galarreta – who having been ordained a priest in 1980 – previously served as 2nd Assistant in 2002. The new 2nd Assistant elected was a priest of French nationality, Fr. Christian Booshacor who …More
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SSPX New General Superior - Father Davide Pagliarani

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On July 11th, 2018, Father Davide Pagliarani was elected Superior General, for a mandate of 12 years, by the 4th General Chapter of the Society of Saint Pius X. fsspx.news/…/communiqu%C3%A9…More
On July 11th, 2018, Father Davide Pagliarani was elected Superior General, for a mandate of 12 years, by the 4th General Chapter of the Society of Saint Pius X.
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The new Superior General is 47 years old and is of Italian nationality. He received the sacrament of Holy Orders from the hands of Bishop Bernard Fellay in 1996. He exercised his apostolate in Rimini (Italy), then in Singapore, before being appointed Superior of the District of Italy. Since 2012, he was Rector of Our Lady Co-Redemptrix Seminary of La Reja (Argentina).
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Reverend Superior General what are your thoughts after the election?
Let’s say that I had, of course, heard some rumors beforehand. However, I was wondering how much of it was a joke or if there was anything to it at all. So I was waiting until today. I have to admit that even now, I’m not sure how much I realize what happened today or this afternoon.
It’s been a long day, but the week before, during our retreat, I …More
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Inside Tour of St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary - Dillwyn, Virginia

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stas.org/en – Go behind the scenes at St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary in Dillwyn, Virginia. St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary (STAS) is a house of studies of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX), established in …More
stas.org/en – Go behind the scenes at St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary in Dillwyn, Virginia.
St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary (STAS) is a house of studies of the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX), established in the United States in 1973, for the formation of Roman Catholic priests according to the traditional teaching of the Church. St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary draws from the greatest riches of the 2,000 year history of the Church in the formation of her priests. The formation that the seminarians receive is traditional in every aspect: doctrine, liturgy, retreats, daily schedule, etc. The core of the seminarians' study is the philosophy and theology of St. Thomas Aquinas, while moderate proficiency in Latin is required before ordination. A typical day in the life of the seminarian contains three hours of prayer, three hours of classes, four hours of study, and a hour and a half of recreation. Seminarians are expected to attain the holiness required of a priest, through the means provided at the …More
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They should invite @Don Reto Nay as a guest instructor.
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I sure do miss Father Novak. Now there is a Saint if there has ever been one.
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Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem Closed in Protest

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fsspx.news/…/why-christian-c… – The Church of the Holy Sepulcher, built on the site of Christ’s tomb, was closed on February 25th, 2018. This decision was in response to a new city-tax levied on the …More
fsspx.news/…/why-christian-c… – The Church of the Holy Sepulcher, built on the site of Christ’s tomb, was closed on February 25th, 2018. This decision was in response to a new city-tax levied on the Holy Site. These sacred sites were long exempt from municipal taxes but recently the mayor of Jerusalem attempted to collect over $180 million dollars in what was referred to as “back taxes”. The site was only closed for a few days and was open again in time for Easter as the mayor reacted by backtracking his tax plan - although he is still attempting to push some new form of taxation in the future.
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Better with the Hands thingey,,,,,, less distracting. Good news report.

Catholic Sites of Martyrdom Turn Red around the World

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fsspx.news/…/coliseum-lit-re… – On Saturday, February 24th at 6:00 p.m., the Coliseum in Rome as well as Churches in Iraq and Syria were lit up in red. This was done “so that the world might open …More
fsspx.news/…/coliseum-lit-re… – On Saturday, February 24th at 6:00 p.m., the Coliseum in Rome as well as Churches in Iraq and Syria were lit up in red. This was done “so that the world might open its eyes” about the persecutions against Christians around the globe. Present at the event was a Nigerian Catholic woman abducted in August 2014, during an attack by the Islamic military group - Boko Haram. While captive she was tortured, abused, and sold as a slave - a direct result of her refusal to abandon her Catholic Faith. Eventually, by the grace of God she escaped and was invited to Rome to tell her story and increase awareness of Christian persecution in the world today.
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Oldest Piece of Catholic Art made in North America

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fsspx.news/…/museum-auch-fra… – One of the most ancient examples of Christian art from the Americas was created in 1539 by Aztecs for Franciscan missionaries in Mexico. This image depicts a …More
fsspx.news/…/museum-auch-fra… – One of the most ancient examples of Christian art from the Americas was created in 1539 by Aztecs for Franciscan missionaries in Mexico. This image depicts a Eucharistic miracle of the sixth century that took place during a pontifical Mass of Saint Gregory the Great. The miracle occurred in response to the those present who doubted that the bread and wine actually became the Body and Blood of Christ. The image utilizes Aztec techniques of featherwork to beautifully depict this Eucharistic miracle and testifies to the very beginnings of the apostolic efforts in Mexico by the Franciscans. This masterpiece is currently on loan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York for one year and has been on display since February 26th, 2018.
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Russia and the Faith

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angeluspress.org/products/angelus-magazin… – Most Catholics know about Our Lady of Fatima’s request that Russia be consecrated to Her Immaculate Heart and about Her promise that Russia will be …More
angeluspress.org/products/angelus-magazin… – Most Catholics know about Our Lady of Fatima’s request that Russia be consecrated to Her Immaculate Heart and about Her promise that Russia will be converted.
Nevertheless, very few Catholics know anything about this country that is supposed to play such a prominent role in future events. And this issue of The Angelus aims at filling that void.
The various articles talk about Russia’s religious history, treat of her prominent literary figures, and give an idea of the current religious and political climate. Also, the issue includes an overview of the Society of St. Pius X’s work in Russia – in the cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg. As Catholics we need to stay connected to our Faith, and a great way to do that is The Angelus.
To read The Angelus magazine, visit angeluspress.org/products/angelus-magazin…
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Five New Ordinands in United States – FSSPX.news

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fsspx.news/en – On Saturday, March 17th, 2018, His Excellency Alfonso de Galarreta conferred the first of the Major Orders, the Subdiaconate, on 5 seminarians. The ceremony took place in the new …More
fsspx.news/en – On Saturday, March 17th, 2018, His Excellency Alfonso de Galarreta conferred the first of the Major Orders, the Subdiaconate, on 5 seminarians. The ceremony took place in the new North American seminary of the Society of St. Pius X located in Dillwyn Virginia.
This particular ordination to the subdiaconate is one that stands in stark contradiction to the standards of the world - as it is the first of the major orders as well as the last moment a man might even consider living as a layman. During this ceremony, at which FSSPX.NEWS was privileged enough to attend, five men lay prostrate on the floor in silence as the community prayed the litany of the saints imploring protection, guidance, and strength for each of these young men to make the choice they were called to make.
Once the litany had been sung, the Bishop exhorted each candidate to consider the gravity of their next step - reminding them that once it was taken they could never again consider the married life …More
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FSSPX.news – March 23rd, 2018 – Weekly Recap

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fsspx.news/en – This week we look at a distressing ruling by the courts in Ireland concerning children in the womb, the state of the underground church in Somalia, and how a flour shortage is …More
fsspx.news/en – This week we look at a distressing ruling by the courts in Ireland concerning children in the womb, the state of the underground church in Somalia, and how a flour shortage is affecting the Church in Venezuela.
fsspx.news/…/ireland-surrept… – On March 7th the Irish Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling limiting the rights of an unborn child to simply the right to life as contained in the Eighth Amendment of the Irish Constitution. This ruling was followed the day after by a statement from the government advising that Citizens will soon be asked whether they want to remove the Eighth Amendment altogether, this particular amendment gives the right to life equally to both mother and unborn child and removing it would effectively allow politicians to legalize abortion in Ireland for the future.
fsspx.news/…/underground-chu… – Far from the cameras, in Mogadishu in Somalia, a community of about thirty Catholics keeps the Faith. Fr. Stefano Tollu, a military chaplain, …More
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FSSPX.news – March 16th, 2018 – Weekly Recap

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fsspx.news/en – This week we look at a Ukrainian Patriarch who appeared on television to champion Catholic Social Teaching, the current deplorable attacks on Christians in Syrian by Islamists, and …More
fsspx.news/en – This week we look at a Ukrainian Patriarch who appeared on television to champion Catholic Social Teaching, the current deplorable attacks on Christians in Syrian by Islamists, and the new growth of an ancient Syro-Malabar liturgy.
The Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church and its Patriarch Sviatoslav, recently went on Ukrainian television to promote Catholic social teaching. Relying on Pope Leo XIII’s landmark encyclical Rerum Novarum, Patriarch Sviatoslav stated that there is an obligation for employers to pay workers just wages and that not paying a just wage is a sin that cries out to Heaven, like the murder of innocents.
A Franciscan priest has recently reported that Islamists in Syria are continuing to target Christians, particularly in the city of Damascus. While these Islamists are often presented by Western media sources as rebels fighting against the Syrian regime of Bashar el-Assad, this priest reports that the Islamists often ignore Syrian military targets …More
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