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"Uh, Can the NYT Please Not Treat Catholic Reactionaries as a Fun Sexy Trend Story?" So the significance of this story is this: The New York Times has published an opinion piece that says Tradition…More
"Uh, Can the NYT Please Not Treat Catholic Reactionaries as a Fun Sexy Trend Story?"
So the significance of this story is this: The New York Times has published an opinion piece that says Traditional Catholicism has a sort of fashionable following, even “downtown” chic, in New York City, and radical left wing Slate picked up on this and is attacking the New York Times for noticing it and giving it any attention. We know it is still a niche movement, but might it be growing in all the right places (e.g., not just across American parishes but, as mentioned in the article, politically)? And again, in now mainstream publications we are seeing a discussion of the anti-pope Francis.
From the Slate article:
"On Tuesday, the New York Times published an opinion piece that declared 'New York’s hottest club is the Catholic Church.' The piece was written by an editor at the stuffy conservative Christian journal First Things, which, under the recent leadership of the Catholic theologian …More
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Uh, Can the NYT Please Not Treat Catholic Reactionaries as a Fun Sexy Trend Story?

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“I Read This Very Interesting Article over at Frontpage Mag” Here is an article which summarizes somewhat what I think. (Now we'll play “Let’s Pretend”:) Benedict wanted to resign only part of the …More
“I Read This Very Interesting Article over at Frontpage Mag”
Here is an article which summarizes somewhat what I think. (Now we'll play “Let’s Pretend”:) Benedict wanted to resign only part of the papacy, creating a joint co-papacy. This is apparent because he discussed such a scenario years before he became Pope (something I read about somewhere, probably from Ann, but which is not discussed in the article). But his enemies quickly scrambled and said, “OK, he resigned, now let’s conspiratorially elect a Pope to our liking.” Of course, looking like a fool, Benedict could not say, “Hey guys, I didn't really resign, I’m still partly Pope.” That’s why he plays it nice, shaking hands and praying with the anti-Pope. He maybe even got into his head sometime after the fact that with the enemy in charge, we all can see the whole evil play itself out and Benedict knows that everything is invalid, including Pope Francis, and the rug shall be pulled out from underneath at the right time, so …More
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I Read This Very Interesting Article over at Frontpage Mag

Update: I have learned to spell. The momentum is growing all the time. Will enough people stand up before it is too late? Lengthy excerpt: ________…
43-Year-Old Medical Doctor, Author and Editor Dies Suddenly After Seizure.
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43-Year-Old Medical Doctor, Author and Editor Dies Suddenly After Seizure

Medscape editor and author Dr. Bret Stretka, MD, died suddenly after a seizure last week according to his wife. Stretka was 43 years old. Stretka’s …
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Probably another case of ‘Sudden Adult Death Syndrome’ 😡
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They had just had their one year old daughter vaccinated for Covid; the partner has set up a go fund me for the college education of the little girl.
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“JK Rowling ridicules Shakespeare's Globe Theatre for portraying Joan of Arc as non-binary with 'they' and 'them' pronouns as women's rights campaigners say that 'to rewrite female history is an …More
“JK Rowling ridicules Shakespeare's Globe Theatre for portraying Joan of Arc as non-binary with 'they' and 'them' pronouns as women's rights campaigners say that 'to rewrite female history is an insult'.
"Ann Widdecombe, former Conservative MP and a Catholic herself, told MailOnline holy figures in religion should be treated with respect. She said: 'It is insulting when people play around with the saints just because they want to make some kind of point. It is a farce beyond measure. Joan of Arc was a woman. There is no evidence she thought of herself in any other way. She was a woman, how on earth someone can suggest she was non-binary is beyond me. This play is effectively de-womanising her.’
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“The play is written by Charlie Josephine who is non-binary and whose website says uses the pronouns they/he. In an interview about I, Joan, the writer said of the production: 'It's going to be this big sweaty, queer, revolution, rebellion, festival of like joy.’”
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JK Rowling ridicules theatre for portraying Joan of Arc as non-binary

Harry Potter author JK Rowling has ridiculed the Globe Theatre's portrayal of Joan of Arc as non-binary after women's rights campaigners said the …
aderito
Let us pray for JK Rowling for her conversion ,every one in the eyes of God has a chance to repent and be saved
The New Knights Templar
JK Rowling is not someone you want to cheer for. She wrote a satanic series for kids.
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“The Chair of Peter or Donald Trump by Julie Nichols. “For those of you who constantly criticize Pope Francis and the collective Magisterial authority of the Church, why do you do this? Don’t you …More
“The Chair of Peter or Donald Trump by Julie Nichols.
“For those of you who constantly criticize Pope Francis and the collective Magisterial authority of the Church, why do you do this? Don’t you recollect that Pope Francis is the Chair of Peter/Vicar of Christ?
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“Pope Francis [in his encyclicals] further clarifies the Church’s historic teaching that all life is sacred from conception to natural death. Yet, our right-winged political climate has created an obsession with abortion, contraception, and same-sex marriage while even placing these teachings above the lives and human dignity of the world. Is it possible that Pope Francis, the Vatican, and the Magisterial authority combined are wiser than us? Do you think Pope Francis was right about vaccine administration? Do you think he is correct about parents not rejecting their gay children? I do; he saves tens of thousands of lives by following by mainstream research and science.
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“So let me ask you again, do you now choose …More
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The Chair of Peter or Donald Trump

This is a letter addressed to Roman Catholics although I invite everyone to read it. ………. Dear Pro-Trump anti-Francis Catholic Brethren: For those …
Hound of Heaven
Who even set "the Chair of Peter or Donald Trump" as a choice?!! No true Catholic should ever be a blind follower of anyone, including our Lord. …More
Who even set "the Chair of Peter or Donald Trump" as a choice?!! No true Catholic should ever be a blind follower of anyone, including our Lord. Mindless affiliation is unworthy of our Redeemer, or our Creator; He wants us as He created, and loves, us 'in His image and likeness', not as automata. With respect to Pope Francis, "a tree is recognized by its fruit."
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The author's equating Christ to "Pope Francis" is over the top and even sacrilegious. Plus saying that the "right wing issue" of abortion has to be …More
The author's equating Christ to "Pope Francis" is over the top and even sacrilegious. Plus saying that the "right wing issue" of abortion has to be minimized to "save humanity and the planet" is straight up Malthusian over-population propaganda. Rest of the screed simply in standard never-Trumper talking points. Seems this is the real intent - to get those pesky faithful Catholics not to vote Republican.
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The Church cannot allow the present situation to continue” by Mike Lewis. Where Peter Is explains how you Traditionalists who reject the new teachings of Pope Francis are heretics and schismatics. …More
The Church cannot allow the present situation to continue” by Mike Lewis. Where Peter Is explains how you Traditionalists who reject the new teachings of Pope Francis are heretics and schismatics. Lewis, I believe, would deny this, but this analysis ONLY makes sense if you believe that every word that proceeds out of the mouth of the Counterfeit One is the very infallible and impeccable word of God. Substitute current teaching on sodomy and homosexuality into this discussion, including the LGBTQ flag carried in procession at Lourdes recently (Homosex Flag Displayed In Lourdes Procession) and you shall see the error in stark relief. The theme is simple: whatever the church hierarchy teaches at this current moment (NOT what it has taught for two millennium) is the Magisterium and to resist it is heresy on your part, not on the part of those making up new doctrines, such as Father James Martin. This, despite the fact that the Pope is supposed to be the upholder of tradition, not the …More
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“The Church cannot allow the present situation to continue”

The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith sent a letter to Fr. Charles Curran, dated Sept. 17, 1985, regarding his dissent from Church teaching…
Hound of Heaven
I find the terms 'progressive', 'liberal', 'conservative', 'far right', traditional, etc. extremely unhelpful in the current crisis we are in. By '…More
I find the terms 'progressive', 'liberal', 'conservative', 'far right', traditional, etc. extremely unhelpful in the current crisis we are in. By 'buying into' these terms, as the author appears to, we are not merely echoing the secular chaos but also a Marxist trick of pitting ideological boxes against one another. One either follows the teachings of the Catholic Church or one does not. I refute totally the secular predilection for painting the Catholic Faith as 'conservative', or whatever other apparently pejorative name one can pin on it. It is the Church, as founded by our Lord and His apostles. Any deviation from the truths of the Catechistic deposit of the faith is no longer the Faith. I find it very insightful that neither the Apostles' Creed nor the Nicene Creed mentions the pope. The author of this piece sounds an awful lot like a version of 'the pope, right or wrong' to me. It is essential for ever Catholic, not conservative Catholic, not liberal, nor that 'bogey man' term, …More
John A Cassani
I agree with him that Lumen gentium doesn’t ever require a Catholic to disagree with what comes out of Rome. The oath clerics take today would …More
I agree with him that Lumen gentium doesn’t ever require a Catholic to disagree with what comes out of Rome. The oath clerics take today would seem to require assent to absolutely everything. This would be very hard to justify with anything before Vatican II. If the Pope refuses to act as Vicar of Christ and guardian of the Deposit of faith, the saying ubi Petrus, ibi Ecclesia would seem to be null and void, but it is attractive to modernists, when Rome is in their clutches.
Canadian doctor sounds alarm over 13 ‘sudden’ deaths among physicians since COVID jab rollout. So a few days ago I looked up this info on Google for my wife on my I-pad or phone and the entire beginn…More
Canadian doctor sounds alarm over 13 ‘sudden’ deaths among physicians since COVID jab rollout.
So a few days ago I looked up this info on Google for my wife on my I-pad or phone and the entire beginning listing was all fact-checkers telling us that (I think) three of them were non-covid, non-vaccine related, probably cancer of some sort, I did not read the articles. Google was really prepared to meet this curiosity with a fight before the inquiring mind even had a time to look into the matter, as my wife was unaware of the cluster of sudden deaths. Anyway, that was when the deaths were tallied at five. But one of the stories I read was of a young doctor who died while jogging, so I knew this was all BS. And from what I believe, the cancers in a young person might, of course, be related to the vaccine too. Those statistics are just beginning to come out. So cancer clusters in young doctors is now normal too.
Here is a quote from an article from the fact-checkers Cluster of Physician …More
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John A Cassani
Ultimately, I think the shots are going to destroy confidence in contemporary medicine, which may very well be a good thing. Of course, it has the …More
Ultimately, I think the shots are going to destroy confidence in contemporary medicine, which may very well be a good thing. Of course, it has the potential to cause colossal damage. I just discourage people from getting boosted, or giving in to getting jabbed in the first place.
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Pseudointellectual flim-flam Francis’s favorite quote: “Highlighting the words of St. Vincent of Lérins, Pope Francis raised a curtain onto his pontificate: presenting a little-known but once highly …More
Pseudointellectual flim-flam Francis’s favorite quote:
“Highlighting the words of St. Vincent of Lérins, Pope Francis raised a curtain onto his pontificate: presenting a little-known but once highly influential theologian... The pope’s favorite quote? That Christian doctrine should follow the true and legitimate rule of progress, so doctrine may be ‘consolidated by years, enlarged by time, refined by age.’”
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“This idea of growth rooted in and guided by church tradition also led the pope... to warn against a perverted sense of tradition, an insidious sin he calls ‘backwardism.’ People who look to the past do not go forward with the church, the pope said; they lack the root of tradition, which provides life-giving nourishment for growth and development.”
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The little-known saint behind Pope Francis’ approach to the development of doctrine

Pope Francis smiles as he answers questions from journalists aboard his flight from Iqaluit, Nunavut, to Rome July 29, 2022. During the news conferen…

Don't be frightened. It is a common reptile scare tactic.

Veritas Imperat
The difference is that, for the reptile, it is a defense system, for this entity however, it is an actual way of life. Would not want my child …More
The difference is that, for the reptile, it is a defense system, for this entity however, it is an actual way of life. Would not want my child touched by him!! 😱
Just me
Wow! Crazy.
"Francis: The First Anti-Pope in Centuries? The case is airtight - and foolproof - that he is." Anyway, we wouldn't be having these articles if the Pope were not extraordinarily very bad, the worst …More
"Francis: The First Anti-Pope in Centuries? The case is airtight - and foolproof - that he is."
Anyway, we wouldn't be having these articles if the Pope were not extraordinarily very bad, the worst in centuries.
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Francis: The First Anti-Pope in Centuries? | FrontpageMag

The case is airtight - and foolproof - that he is. It is well known that orthodox minded Catholics have felt considerable consternation with Jorge …
John A Cassani
This is timely, given the column at Rorate Caeli about what “full communion” means, in light of Lumen gentium, which is being interpreted these …More
This is timely, given the column at Rorate Caeli about what “full communion” means, in light of Lumen gentium, which is being interpreted these days to mean that being fully Catholic basically means obeying the College of Bishops in union with the Pope, as opposed to holding to the Catholic Faith, whole and entire. If you transported Francis back a century, there would, at the very least, be serious questions about his legitimacy, because of his apparent rejection of so much of the Tradition. Today, he seems to be legitimate because there is no rebellion coming from the College of Cardinals or the College of Bishops. I had always looked at Gaudium et spes and Dignitatis humanae as the big problems, but I’m starting to believe that Lumen gentium has enabled this at an even more basic level. Heterodox “catholics” love Vatican II because it freed them from obedience to Tradition. However, it tied the Church to the hierarchy of the present, which it appears is going to push the …More
aderito
one thing for sure is that communism and catholicism dont mix ,you can not be for both
Here is an article from late 2016 about the Holy Handshake. It actually is kind of long and good, but I only wanted to post it in order to tell a personal story. I commented on this topic with …More
Here is an article from late 2016 about the Holy Handshake. It actually is kind of long and good, but I only wanted to post it in order to tell a personal story. I commented on this topic with others about a week ago in which a number of us told of our detestable dislike (to put it mildly) of the ritual, and someone followed up by saying that in the TLM there is also the Sign of Peace in pretty much the same location in the Mass. Of course, it does not seem to cause the chaos it does in the Novus Ordo and it does not cause the uneasiness in some as described in the article. People getting up out of their pews walking about, shaking hands, “How ya doing? How ya doing?” I had pointed out that the location of the Holy Handshake at the most solemn part of the Mass does not help. Better at the beginning or end of the Mass.
Anyway, the reason for this post is that I let it drop but I had more to say. It was mentioned that the Novus Ordo was unveiled in 1970. I do not think practically …More
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The holy handshake

AS A small boy, my family practised a sort of Judaism-lite. At synagogue and Hebrew classes, the greeting ritual on arrival and departure was …
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For many years before the NO there were agitators pushing for all of the "reforms" we see in it. They even seriously wanted to have a "commentator" …More
For many years before the NO there were agitators pushing for all of the "reforms" we see in it. They even seriously wanted to have a "commentator" for the traditional Mass, who would explain what the priest was doing throughout the Mass. "Now the priest is reciting the Confiteor...."etc,etc. Can you imagine listening to that week in and week out? Seems like they wanted to do anything to distract the "audience"!
John A Cassani
I completely agree that if the reform just consisted of translation of the Mass, there would not be the controversy. Lefebvre accepted the original …More
I completely agree that if the reform just consisted of translation of the Mass, there would not be the controversy. Lefebvre accepted the original reforms, after all, and didn’t go back to the ‘62 until the Novus ordo was made compulsory. I believe that the initial, fairly modest reforms were enacted by the Sacred Congregation for Rites, while the NO was enacted by the Consilium for the liturgical reform, which ended up becoming the Congregation for Divine Worship. The course of the changes happened due to deep divisions.
This article is about the split occurring in the LGBT community. It does not go into a lot of detail about the events leading up to it, but it has a lot to do with lesbian dating sites in which …More
This article is about the split occurring in the LGBT community. It does not go into a lot of detail about the events leading up to it, but it has a lot to do with lesbian dating sites in which apparently many men who are identifying as lesbian women join and then when they hook up with a lesbian (who does not want to have sex with a anatomical male) then rejects the transgender as a partner, the lesbian is harshly and severely reprimanded (in this community) as a bigot and homophobe! Can you believe it! So the issue is getting bigger and bigger and the lesbians are not backing down. Although I cannot understand them at all, I do in a way agree more with the lesbians (if I am allowed to say such a ridiculous thing). To say the lesbians MUST have sex with the deceiving transgender lesbians who are really men is one of the most outrageous things I have heard about in our modern society. As late radio host Bob Grant used to say, "It's sick out there and getting sicker." And that was …More

LGB vs T: There's a War Going on in the LGBTQIA+ Community ⋆ 🔔 The Liberty Daily

Everyone who reads their Bible is familiar of the story of Sodom and Gomorrah. In America today, there’s a different version of the story happening. …
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There is an element of narcissistic perversion in this whole movement. It's true that there is an internal division from the T community, forcing …More
There is an element of narcissistic perversion in this whole movement. It's true that there is an internal division from the T community, forcing lesbians to accept them in dating relationships. When Lesbians say no, you have a man's body, they are called out as transphobes on social media. What the progressive feminists, who support allowing their, "sister trans" in women's bathrooms and locker rooms fail to understand is that many gender dysphoric men identifying as women are actually still heterosexual and attracted to women.
Dante Alighieri
@John A Cassani The saying is true. It sort of reminds me of Bill Maher. Is he moving right or is the left moving further left? You can never be …More
@John A Cassani The saying is true. It sort of reminds me of Bill Maher. Is he moving right or is the left moving further left? You can never be radical enough. Robespierre discovered that the hard way!
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Fighting the Church may lead you right out of the Church. Something he does not mention in his summary is that it is all up to Christ as to the timing of the judgment (and not just the Final Judgment…More
Fighting the Church may lead you right out of the Church.
Something he does not mention in his summary is that it is all up to Christ as to the timing of the judgment (and not just the Final Judgment). So if we "lose," it is really Christ who is in control of the events.
From the article: "My advice, for what it’s worth, is for people in these fights not to be so concerned about wins and losses. Do not care quite so much. Forgive this string of platitudes: sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, sometimes it rains. And then you keep trying but without the fretting over the box scores. I know, I know. We are fighting over eternal truths that can save. True enough. But we must live to fight another day. We are made for the Beatific Vision but on this earth, we are made for fighting; maybe not so much that we are driven the wrong way across the Tiber. Here’s the thing. Dreher is out of the Church. Sciambra is out of the Church. Skojec is out of the faith altogether. I just think it would …More
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Fighting the Church may lead you right out of the Church

(Image: fancycrave1/Pixabay.com) I did not know until a Rod Dreher column this week that Catholic pugilist Steve Skojec is now ex-Catholic pugilist…
Malki Tzedek
It perplexes me that people claim to leave the Church because of what others who have betrayed the Church and their faults rather being sufficiently …More
It perplexes me that people claim to leave the Church because of what others who have betrayed the Church and their faults rather being sufficiently angered by such failings to roll up the sleeves, gird the loins and being the Church as it should be. Sort of 'the beam in one's own eye' going on here. Love the Church, fight for Her, and forgive all of those who let Her down.
Scapular
Is the Church worth fighting for? This is your answer!
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We now have a term to describe the Francis fanatics: “hypertrophic ultramontanism” which is defined by Dr. Peter Kwasniewski as “a sort of excessive adherence to the person and policies of the pope …More
We now have a term to describe the Francis fanatics: “hypertrophic ultramontanism” which is defined by Dr. Peter Kwasniewski as “a sort of excessive adherence to the person and policies of the pope by which one simplistically takes everything he says as a definitive judgment and everything he does as a praiseworthy example, wrapping the mantle of infallibility around all his teachings and the garment of impeccability around all his behavior.”
But according to this article: “One wonders, however, where are those who genuinely think that everything Francis says – his numerous interviews, speeches, in-air pressers, etc. – is definitive? Exactly who is guilty of wrapping all of his teachings – heck, any of his teachings for that matter – in the mantle of infallibility? I’ve encountered some fervent Francis fanatics over the years, but I’ve never run into even one such “hypertrophic ultramontanist” – not in person, not on social media, not anywhere. To the extent that these unicorns …More
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WARNING: Hyperpapalism is real and it’s dangerous - AKA Catholic

Dr. Peter Kwasniewski is on a crusade to combat what he sees as a serious problem, “hypertrophic ultramontanism,” a condition he defines as follows: …
Bonnie Louise
Tried to get Louie to write an expose on persecution of Latin Mass Catholics in our diocese years ago. At the time, he did not agree with me. Boy, …More
Tried to get Louie to write an expose on persecution of Latin Mass Catholics in our diocese years ago. At the time, he did not agree with me. Boy, has he changed!
John A Cassani
Louie is a sedevacantist now, but he has arrived there after being a celebrated and well published “hermeneutic of continuity” advocate from a …More
Louie is a sedevacantist now, but he has arrived there after being a celebrated and well published “hermeneutic of continuity” advocate from a decade ago. He accepted Francis as pope in the early days, with great reservation. He then came to the conclusion that he couldn’t be pope, because he’s clearly not a Catholic, and has more recently come to reject that Vatican II was a true Council, and rejected the popes in union with it. I could be wrong, but I don’t think he has endorsed the theory that Siri was the true pope elected in 1958.
All that aside, a huge problem today comes from the fact that the oath clerics swear requires them to act with “religious submission of intellect and will” to acts of the Roman Pontiff and College of Bishops, even if they are not definitive. It’s a far cry from the oath against modernism, and makes being a priest very difficult.
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"What has the Pope been doing in Canada? To apologize for crimes that no one has committed and to participate in pagan ceremonies, scandalizing some and leaving others dissatisfied, who demand that …More
"What has the Pope been doing in Canada?
To apologize for crimes that no one has committed and to participate in pagan ceremonies, scandalizing some and leaving others dissatisfied, who demand that the Church ask for a global pardon, for everything. For a pope who rails so often against the worldization of the Church, Francis has a strange way of showing it. His favorite causes, the ones he repeats and preaches the most, coincide almost to the millimeter with those that are most popular among the world elite, those that are imposed on us by public powers and the media, and that have never occupied another pontiff before than him, at least with such insistent insistence."

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Welcome to Denver — a ‘hellhole’ of drugs
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Welcome to Denver — a ‘hellhole’ of drugs

DENVER — Friends and family arrived for a graduation in May at the University of Denver. We forgot to warn them. Once a cosmopolitan utopia of clea…
John A Cassani
Denver used to be a very nice city, in a beautiful state. But, Colorado may be suffering the consequences of being so pro-abortion for such a long …More
Denver used to be a very nice city, in a beautiful state. But, Colorado may be suffering the consequences of being so pro-abortion for such a long time.
Alex A
Sad, very sad.
Newborn Baby’s Arm AMPUTATED After Mom Took Covid “Vaccines” and Baby Suffered Blood Clots in the Womb
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Newborn Baby’s Arm AMPUTATED After Mom Took Covid “Vaccines” and Baby Suffered Blood Clots in …

One of the first known cases of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “vaccine” adverse effects being passed down from mother to baby has come to light, demo…
Hound of Heaven
Heinous. May God protect this little one.
Dante Alighieri
And they are still trying to fire people from their jobs who refuse to get the vaccine. And why? Because the vaccinated might get Covid from the …More
And they are still trying to fire people from their jobs who refuse to get the vaccine. And why? Because the vaccinated might get Covid from the unvaccinated, so the reasoning goes. But then what good does the vaccine do you if you can contract it from the unvaccinated? A vaccine is supposed to give you immunity to the disease! Of course, we all know this particular vaccine lowers your immune system and makes it more likely you will get Covid, heart attacks, and strokes. It's a killer! These stories when allowed to get through to the mainstream media (when they are not censored by that media) will help get the word out.
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5-Year-Old Dies of Cardiac Arrest Caused by Myocarditis
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5-Year-Old Dies of Cardiac Arrest Caused by Myocarditis

A family is devastated after their 5-year-old girl died while waiting for medical transport in a Canberra hospital. “Rozalia Spadafora’s death on …
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As we have come to expect, no mention of this tragedy from the main-stream media here in Australia.
"Poetry is not merely important to Christianity. It is an essential, inextricable, and necessary aspect of religious faith and practice. The fact that most Christians would consider that assertion …More
"Poetry is not merely important to Christianity. It is an essential, inextricable, and necessary aspect of religious faith and practice. The fact that most Christians would consider that assertion absurd does not invalidate it. Their disagreement only demonstrates how remote the contemporary Church has become from its own origins. It also suggests that sacred poetry is so interwoven into the fabric of Scripture and worship as to become invisible. At the risk of offending most believers, it is necessary to state a simple but unacknowledged truth: It is impossible to understand the full glory of Christianity without understanding its poetry."
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Christianity and Poetry | Dana Gioia

I When I became a man, I put away childish things. —St. Paul, 1 Corinthians 13 Most Christians misunderstand the relationship of poetry to their fait…
Dante Alighieri
I recommend The Divine Comedy, but that's just me.
Domestic violence in LGBT relationships 8 times higher than that of heterosexuals: DOJ report.
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Domestic violence in LGBT relationships 8 times higher than that of heterosexuals: DOJ report - …

There are countless reasons to conclude modern sex-education is less about critical thinking and more about indoctrinating and sexualizing children …
Jeffrey Ade
Domestic viloence will only be on the rise, I am very sorry for those who have to face this trial everyday!