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Santiago74         Thursday, 18:27
Klartext! Großartiges Interview.
ľubica         Thursday, 18:07
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jacobini87         Thursday, 16:58
Don Antonio Yagüe.
jacobini87         Thursday, 16:52
Children, please receive Our Lord kneeling and in the tongue. If we truly believe that Our Lord is truly present in Holy Communion, think about it, His Sacrosanct body, more pure than that of a new born baby. how dare we touch Him in a most irreverent way. Communion in the hand IS a sacrilege, fabricated diabolically.
cyprian         Thursday, 16:24
Professor May zeigt, wo der Butler den Most holt!!! Bravo!
    Santiago74 likes this.         Thursday, 17:18
CatholicFireman         Thursday, 13:23
It is reported that Fr. Corapi has come back to the priesthood and is in seclusion.
MsManuelCruz         Thursday, 13:10
YOU HAVE BEEN ADVISED, THIS IS NO JOKE, THIS IS REAL
RomanCandle         Thursday, 11:32
(Foto : Jandarma - Olay Yeri Inceleme / Gendarmerie - Crime Scene Investigation)
perceval2507         Thursday, 09:40
"The Punishment for reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia – photo
Posted on May 4, 2013 by ADMIN
Ever had a cut in your finger and it hurts like mad? Well…
(This is a photo rendering of damages, not an actual image from the incident)
Saudi Arabia: This is the new form of punishment in one of the Saudi nations. According to reports sent to us from Arabia, this is a new punishment used on at least one person found to possess a bible. Since then, four more people have come forth and confirmed that … [More]
RomanCandle         Thursday, 09:35
Rest in paradise little one.
perceval2507         Thursday, 09:32
The Punishment for reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia – photo
Posted on May 4, 2013 by ADMIN
Ever had a cut in your finger and it hurts like mad? Well…
(This is a photo rendering of damages, not an actual image from the incident)
Saudi Arabia: This is the new form of punishment in one of the Saudi nations. According to reports sent to us from Arabia, this is a new punishment used on at least one person found to possess a bible. Since then, four more people have come forth and confirmed that … [More]
perceval2507         Thursday, 09:29
The Punishment for reading a Bible in Saudi Arabia – photo
Posted on May 4, 2013 by ADMIN
Ever had a cut in your finger and it hurts like mad? Well…
(This is a photo rendering of damages, not an actual image from the incident)
Saudi Arabia: This is the new form of punishment in one of the Saudi nations. According to reports sent to us from Arabia, this is a new punishment used on at least one person found to possess a bible. Since then, four more people have come forth and confirmed that … [More]
Iacobus         Thursday, 08:06
10 gute Gründe Asylanten abzuweisen:
10 good reasons to reject refugees coming to the West
By: Nicolai Sennels, psychologist
1) Accommodating refugees outside the West – preferably close to their home country – is much more compassionate, since we can help many more people for the same money.
2) By accepting refugees who come to the West, we support cynical and criminal human smugglers. These Freddy criminals typically lie about travel safty and about the chances for money and asylum in the … [More]
    Radek33 likes this.         Thursday, 07:31
LovVal         Thursday, 06:50
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
The Coudenhove-Kalergi plan - The genocide of the Peoples of Europe
This article is a translation of an Italian article, originally posted on Identità.
Mass immigration is a phenomenon, the causes of which are still cleverly concealed by the system, and the multicultural propaganda is trying to falsely portray it as inevitable. With this article we intend to prove once and for all, that this is not a spontaneous phenomenon. What they want to present as an inevitable… [More]
CowboyKen         Thursday, 01:56
@Gregory - you didn't answer any of his questions (again). You refer indirectly to them with vague references to not a thing specific.
"The questions you raise on the canonical status of the SSPX only ensure and prove the fact " - uhm, no a question does not prove anything. A question is a question.
Gregory         Thursday, 01:05
Dr. John Smythe, The questions you raise on the canonical status of the SSPX only ensure and prove the fact that the SSPX does not possess a canonical status in the Church. The SSPX has held strong to its reservations in the area of obedience to the doctrinal authority of the Pope and to the authority of the Second Vatican Council. This being so, the Supreme Pontiff Benedict XVI said, “As long as the Society does not have a canonical status in the Church, its ministers do not exercise … [More]
Ben Martin         Thursday, 00:16
since when is a priest a entertainer
Ben Martin         Thursday, 00:14
how vain with a video to record your humble acts look at me Jesus
tbswv         Wednesday, 23:36
Mr. Damon: So from which million dollar mansion did you write this Socialist diatribe? These rich, self-absorbed hollywood types need to stop lecturing us on world socio-policical issues. In typical liberal fashion you criticize the very system that has allowed you earn $90 million in net worth. I don't have a problem with you making money. Can't you just be satisfied with the three mansions you own. How about re-distributing those to the poor? I am sure you are sincere in your views but … [More]
Ana Luisa M.R         Wednesday, 19:30
Dr. John Smythe         Wednesday, 19:14
From Pope Francis,"... those faithful who for various reasons choose to attend churches officiated by priests of the Fraternity of St. Pius X. This Jubilee Year of Mercy excludes no one. From various quarters, several Brother Bishops have told me of their good faith and sacramental practice"
In response to this announcement, the Society of St. Pius X's General House has issued a communique expressing its gratitude to Pope Francis for this "fatherly gesture" while reminding that:
"In the minist… [More]
Dr. John Smythe         Wednesday, 19:10
What was left out (on purpose, I question?) of Gregory's statement was the following that Pope Francis stated, "From various quarters, several Brother Bishops have told me of their good faith and sacramental practice".
Very interesting. Especially as it refutes the outrageous and clearly unsupported claims against the Society that are thrown around on here by a few select individuals.
Pope Francis also continued with, "I trust that in the near future solutions may be found to recover full commu… [More]
    Priska likes this.         Wednesday, 17:36
Caeleste Desiderium         Wednesday, 15:47
The Anointing with the Blessed Oil
The Oil is blessed by Our Lady, and pours out in a prodigious way from Her images. Therefore, it must be distinguished from the liturgical Oil (for the Sick, of the Catechumen or Chrism), which is blessed by the Bishops and is used in the Sacraments.
The Four Devotions
The first Devotion is to live the Eucharist.
This is a very precise clear revelation and as regards contents speaks a lot about the living presence of Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament of the … [More]
Caeleste Desiderium         Wednesday, 15:47
The Anointing with the Blessed Oil
The Oil is blessed by Our Lady, and pours out in a prodigious way from Her images. Therefore, it must be distinguished from the liturgical Oil (for the Sick, of the Catechumen or Chrism), which is blessed by the Bishops and is used in the Sacraments.
The Four Devotions
The first Devotion is to live the Eucharist.
This is a very precise clear revelation and as regards contents speaks a lot about the living presence of Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament of the … [More]
adeste fideles         Wednesday, 15:34
Yes, caution is required.
It takes discernment
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