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Must read for thinking Catholics!
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Stirring Speech

Jeffrey Ade
I read some of the close cations and we must realize CPAC is simply controlled oppostion. They are the synthesis aspect and have nothing to offer freedom …More
I read some of the close cations and we must realize CPAC is simply controlled oppostion. They are the synthesis aspect and have nothing to offer freedom loving Americans. Only Our Lady of Fatima can help us and she asks us to make the Five First Saturday devotions and pray our daily Rosary. This will "steel our spines" when we are called to defend the Holy Catholic Church from this diabolical disorientation.
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Wow ! someone who actually knows civil war history! Go 20 th Maine
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Stirring Speech

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Two words about the British monarchy.

Thoughts on the monarchy. Courtesy of Mundabor. Rest in peace, Ma’am… If you want to understand the English ways, you need to understand how the Monarchy works. The Monarch is completely, and I mean …More
Thoughts on the monarchy. Courtesy of Mundabor.
Rest in peace, Ma’am…
If you want to understand the English ways, you need to understand how the Monarchy works.
The Monarch is completely, and I mean completely, deprived of power. There is nothing, in political matters, that the Monarch has the right to decide on. Whilst Britain does not have a written constitution, and the lack of power of the Sovereign is not, so to speak, black on white, Britain has an unwritten constitution that is stronger than most written ones. Any fantasy of the Queen doing this or that, refusing to sign laws, or firing Prime Ministers, is a fantasy for old, grumpy men with too many beers in them and no understanding of how the world works.
The Sovereign cannot appoint a Prime Minister of his choice, disband parliament and call new elections, or have a veto right over the appointment of ministers. The “Queen’s Speech”, (now “King’s Speech”), which opens the parliamentary year, is written by the Prime Minister …More
John A Cassani
The first big test for his reign will be the plans for his coronation. Will he want to do away with it, or will the government want to do away with it …More
The first big test for his reign will be the plans for his coronation. Will he want to do away with it, or will the government want to do away with it, as the continental monarchies have? The government probably wants to keep it going, precisely for the reasons stated above. A monarchy where all of the monarchical trappings are in a museum is not a monarchy people are going to travel to England to see. Years ago, Charles spoke of wanting to be called “Defender of faith,” rather than “Defender of the Faith.” Of course, ever since Henry VIII received this title from the Pope, not a single British monarch has truly defended the Faith, but Charles want to be seen as the defender of Islam, and who knows what else. But, looking back at Elizabeth’s coronation, it is hard to imagine all of the Christian symbols surviving in modern Britain.
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Let's not forget that there is also an invisible power dynamic among freemasons. The monarchy might appear powerless, but it's hard to tell how much …More
Let's not forget that there is also an invisible power dynamic among freemasons. The monarchy might appear powerless, but it's hard to tell how much they actually pull the strings.
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Rediscovering Archbishop Lefebvre’s Intolerance for Error Before There’s No Tolerance for Truth “Nothing is done in the world that does not relate to …

Rediscover Archbishop Lefebvre's intolerance......
Ave Crux
O the irony of Rand Miller's comment....! "Apparently his intolerance for error didn't include Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus." Vatican II's heterodox …More
O the irony of Rand Miller's comment....! "Apparently his intolerance for error didn't include Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus."
Vatican II's heterodox assertions in Dignitatis Humanae concerning Religious Liberty -- and the natural "right" of men to profess religious error and false religions contrary to the teachings of Our Lord Jesus Christ, and contrary to the Church's teaching prior to Vatican II -- was precisely one of the reasons Archbishop Lefebvre considered that the crisis in the Church was not only liturgical, but doctrinal.
It is the reason Lefebvre was called out of retirement by young men who wanted an orthodox, Catholic seminary without being poisoned by these errors.
It is one of the reasons he considered the crisis in the Church so severe that he would not be forced to violate his conscience and die without providing for those seminarians and the means to preserve the Church's Patrimony and doctrines from the assaults of Modernism.
Archbishop Lefebvre will be canonized …More
Rand Miller
@Alex A Apparently his intolerance for error didn't include Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus.
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Irish Christmas Blessing for all at GTV.

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The same movie Bernadette 1988 in english voice; MOVIE BERNADETTE ( 1988) AUDIO IN ENGLISH AND LEGEND IN SPANISHMore
The same movie Bernadette 1988 in english voice;
MOVIE BERNADETTE ( 1988) AUDIO IN ENGLISH AND LEGEND IN SPANISH
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Segue From the Pandemic youtu.be/uanVLLkyAMk

Short video-SkyNewsAustralia.