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Voice in the Desert: Brazilian Bishop Speaks Against Synod Document

Spanish-born Bishop José Luís Azcona, bishop emeritus of the Amazonian Prelature of Marajó, told CruxNow.com (October 14) that the Amazon Instrumentum laboris excludes the crucified Christ. He calls …
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Not Halloween Yet: Anglican “Bishopess” At Newman’s Canonisation

In attendance at the October 13 canonisation of John Henry Cardinal Newman was, close to the altar, also a delegation of Anglican clergy. Francis greeted the Anglicans personally, including an Anglic…
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Here is the picture with Francis
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As cATHOLICS we sure do care a lot about people who love to hate Jesus and the Catholic Church. How about some people who also left the anglican …More
As cATHOLICS we sure do care a lot about people who love to hate Jesus and the Catholic Church. How about some people who also left the anglican church in attendance. Are there any of those?
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17th Sunday After Pentecost

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Father John Stone, of the Society of St Augustine preaches with ferver a truly magisterial discourse against the PAGAN RITUALS IN THE VATICAN GARDENS. Watch at about 20 minutes into this videoMore
Father John Stone, of the Society of St Augustine preaches with ferver a truly magisterial discourse against the PAGAN RITUALS IN THE VATICAN GARDENS. Watch at about 20 minutes into this video
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Fr Stone is a great and brave defender of the Catholic Faith (interesting twitter feed, he should comment here sometimes)
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More Communion from yesterday's Mass

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Das YouTube spricht Bände - besonders auch über modernistische Soutaneträger!
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Discover the life of St. Marguerite Bays

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Marguerite Bays dedicated her life to the care of the family unit, to prayer, and to parish community, in simplicity. She never took religious vows. She was born on September 8th, 1815, in La …More
Marguerite Bays dedicated her life to the care of the family unit, to prayer, and to parish community, in simplicity. She never took religious vows. She was born on September 8th, 1815, in La Pierraz, a small village in the Swiss canton of Fribourg. Marguerite chose what was considered an unusual life for that time in history: she decided to remain a single lay woman completely dedicated to prayer and service without entering any religious community. For her entire life she remained a Third Order Franciscan. Father Carlo Calloni, a Franciscan Capuchin in Rome, is the promoter of Marguerite’s cause for sainthood. Watch the full video to discover more!
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Tax churches that oppose gay marriage, Democratic candidate says - EWTN News Nightly

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Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke says if he is elected churches could lose their tax exempt status if they do not support same-sex marriage.. Eric Metaxas, host of the Eric Metaxas …More
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke says if he is elected churches could lose their tax exempt status if they do not support same-sex marriage.. Eric Metaxas, host of the Eric Metaxas Show, has analysis of this threat to religious freedom.
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The Liberal Church Followed the Liberals: “Seducing Children Does Little Harm”

The Melbourne daily The Age (September 18) admitted to providing a platform for the neo-Freudian psychologist Ronald Conway (+2009), a leading trivialiser of child abuse in Australia. Nevertheless, …
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Firstly: if Scalfari, when speaking with the Pope distorts his words, why does the Pope continue to talk to him and at any rate treat him with deference as a serious and trustworthy journalist? Secon…More
Firstly: if Scalfari, when speaking with the Pope distorts his words, why does the Pope continue to talk to him and at any rate treat him with deference as a serious and trustworthy journalist?
Secondly: it’s not enough to say that Scalfari’s words “cannot be considered a faithful account” of his conversation with the Pope. It has to be said that it was an absolutely false account, which overturns the Pope’s thought, deforms his words by making him say things contrary to what he thinks.
Thirdly: what does it mean that Scalfari’s words “represent, rather, a personal free interpretation of what he heard”? A personal and free interpretation?
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De Mattei: But does the Pope believe in Jesus Christ the Man-God?

Roberto de Mattei Radio Roma Libera.org October 13, 2019 We cannot remain silent about this unbelievable episode, which many of you are certainly …
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If the interview was from 2 years ago, why did the Vatican not say that in its "denial"?
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If we are going to ask if Bergoglio believes in God, we better first ask if we believe that Canon Law is upheld by Jesus's promise to Peter... or …More
If we are going to ask if Bergoglio believes in God, we better first ask if we believe that Canon Law is upheld by Jesus's promise to Peter... or maybe we should ask if we believe in God.... Because if you reject the latter two, why ask Bergoglio if he believes? We have to stop pretending to be Catholic and stop listening to laymen and clergy who also pretend. It's all or nothing...
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Even the second denial by the Vatican wasn’t a real denial, regarding the Scalfari claim about Francis denying Christ's divinity
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The Evidence Suggests The Francis-Scalfari Connection is No Accident - OnePeterFive

Since the news broke early this week that the nonegenarian atheist socialist editor of Italy’s La Repubblica, Eugenio Scalfari, claimed that Pope …
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He eagerly presides over the adoration of an idol, but refuses to deny that he does not believe Jesus is a God..... the conclusion is obvious.... He …More
He eagerly presides over the adoration of an idol, but refuses to deny that he does not believe Jesus is a God..... the conclusion is obvious.... He is a Satanist...
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SAINT CALLISTUS I Pope Martyr († c. 222) - October 14

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Early in the third century, Callistus, then a deacon, was intrusted by Pope St. Zephyrinus with the rule of the clergy, and set by him over the cemeteries of the Christians at Rome; and, at the …More
Early in the third century, Callistus, then a deacon, was intrusted by Pope St. Zephyrinus with the rule of the clergy, and set by him over the cemeteries of the Christians at Rome; and, at the death of Zephyrinus, Callistus, according to the Roman usage, succeeded to the Apostolic See in 217.
A decree is ascribed to him appointing the four fasts of the Ember seasons, but his name is best known in connection with the old cemetery on the Appian Way, which was enlarged and adorned by him, and is called to this day the Catacomb of St. Callistus.
During the persecution under the Emperor Severus, St. Callistus was driven to take shelter in the poor and populous quarters of the city; yet, in spite of these troubles, and of the care of the Church, he made diligent search for the body of Calipodius, one of his clergy who had suffered martyrdom shortly before, by being cast into the Tiber. When he found it he was full of joy, and buried it, with hymns of praise.
Callistus was martyred about …More
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The Card Was Under Francis’ Zucchetto

Father Gianfranco Priori, 66, also called “Father Wizard,” was among the seventy Italian Capuchins, Francis received on October 10 in the Vatican Nervi Hall for a private audience. Priori was invited…
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They won't be laughing it up in hell. Just wailing and gnashing of teeth.
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"Is this your card? It was the clown card right? "
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This Is How the Sun Looked in Fatima – by Father Brian Harrison, O.S.

On Sunday, October 13, was the anniversary of the greatest, most massively attested, miracle that has taken place on this planet since biblical times: the solar phenomenon witnessed by around 70,000 …
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Sublime chant from the monks of Pluscarden Abbey

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Sublime chant from the BBC programme 'Retreat: Meditations from a Monastery'. Pluscarden Abbey is a remote Benedictine monastery on the edge of the Scottish Highlands in Moray and is home to 21 …More
Sublime chant from the BBC programme 'Retreat: Meditations from a Monastery'. Pluscarden Abbey is a remote Benedictine monastery on the edge of the Scottish Highlands in Moray and is home to 21 monks.
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Father Martín Lasarte Topolanski, a Uruguayan on mission in Angola and participant at the Amazon …

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The thesis that married priests are necessary to reach so called “distant communities” reveals “engrained clericalism,” Father Martín Lasarte Topolanski, a Uruguayan on mission in Angola and particip…More
The thesis that married priests are necessary to reach so called “distant communities” reveals “engrained clericalism,” Father Martín Lasarte Topolanski, a Uruguayan on mission in Angola and participant at the Amazon Synod, writes in a text published by Sandro Magister. According to Lasarte, in the Amazon, a Church has been created where there is little or no sense of belonging. He writes, “I have the impression that we want to clericalize the laity.” And, “Our faith, as Christians, is rooted in baptism, not in priestly ordination.”
Lasarte notices that the Church of Korea was born from the evangelization of the laity. The layman Yi Seung-hun, baptized in China, spread the Church throughout the country, baptizing himself. For the first 50 years until 1835, the Korean Church was evangelized by the laity, with the occasional presence of a priest. That Catholic community flourished and spread far and wide, despite the terrible persecution.
Same in Japan. The Church there was founded by …More
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Ahh Japan and the Church.... the time when Jesuits were martyred for their love of Jesus as opposed to South America where they were martyred for …More
Ahh Japan and the Church.... the time when Jesuits were martyred for their love of Jesus as opposed to South America where they were martyred for their love of NON Catholic communism.
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Vatican Mass: Communion In Hand Refused (Video)

Several priests distributing Holy Communion during the October 13 canonisations of Cardinal John Henry Newman and four others in Saint Peter's square, refused to put the consecrated host in people's …
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Robert Moynihan saw that "many people held out their hands to take the host, but the priests placed the host on their lips".
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ST JOHN HENRY NEWMAN: Pray for Our Church in Crisis

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From high atop the colonnades of St. Peter's in Rome, Michael Matt offers commentary on John Henry Newman's canonization which took place today (October 13, 2019) in the Vatican. Bittersweet? Of …More
From high atop the colonnades of St. Peter's in Rome, Michael Matt offers commentary on John Henry Newman's canonization which took place today (October 13, 2019) in the Vatican. Bittersweet? Of course! The process of canonization has lost a great deal of credibility over the past thirty years, as the Vatican has streamlined it and even politicized it in an apparent attempt to canonize the Revolution of Vatican II itself. John Henry Newman was a great man who wouldn't have recognized anything going on here at the Amazon Synod as Catholic. Go figure. Nevertheless, the ceremony today was dignified, included lots of Latin and plenty of beautiful and traditional Catholic sacred music. This video also includes magnificent video clips of the Vatican which the RTV team shot from the colonnades during the ceremony. As confusion reigns supreme in Rome, let's take a moment ask John Henry Newman to pray for us and for our Church in crisis and under siege. Support Remnant TV in Rome: If you're …More
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A Saint's Prayer Corner

"Now the great power of the Rosary lies in this, that it makes the Creed into a prayer; of course, the Creed is in some sense a prayer and a great act of homage to God; but the Rosary gives us the …More
"Now the great power of the Rosary lies in this, that it makes the Creed into a prayer; of course, the Creed is in some sense a prayer and a great act of homage to God; but the Rosary gives us the great truths of His life and death to meditate upon, and brings them nearer to our hearts. And so we contemplate all the great mysteries of His life and His birth in the manger; and so too the mysteries of His suffering and His glorified life. But even Christians, with all their knowledge of God, have usually more awe than love of Him, and the special virtue of the Rosary lies in the special way in which it looks at these mysteries; for with all our thoughts of Him are mingled thoughts of His Mother, and in the relations between Mother and Son we have set before us the Holy Family, the home in which God lived. Now the family is, even humanly considered, a sacred thing; how much more the family bound together by supernatural ties, and, above all, that in which God dwelt with His Blessed …More
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´Pope´ Francis is leading the Church toward a new type of schism: US theologian

October 8, 2019 (The Catholic Thing) — The Church, in her long history, has never been confronted with the situation like the one in which she now …
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Unite the Clans: Michael Matt on Catholicism in the time of Pope Francis

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Unite the Clans: Michael Matt on Catholicism in the time of Pope Francis Remnant editor Michael Matt sits down with me to discuss his take on Traditional Catholicism, Pope Francis, and more! www.…More
Unite the Clans: Michael Matt on Catholicism in the time of Pope Francis
Remnant editor Michael Matt sits down with me to discuss his take on Traditional Catholicism, Pope Francis, and more! www.lifesitenews.com/blogs/unite-the-clans…
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Donald Trump announces $50M in aid for Christians in Syria

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Donald Trump announces $50M in aid for Christians, religious minorities in Syria
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Various tribes and ethnic groups have been fighting each other in the Middle East for 5000 years. Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Medes, Egyptians,…More
Various tribes and ethnic groups have been fighting each other in the Middle East for 5000 years. Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, Medes, Egyptians, Sumerians, Philistines, Israelites, Turks, Macedonians, Arabs, Romans and other ethnic groups and peoples have pillaged, killed, destroyed and ruled territory from present day Iran to Turkey to Arabia, to Egypt.
The Romans, various Crusade groups, Ottoman Turks, the British Empire, the French, and the United States have all tried to pacify this region without success. Alliances are constantly shifting and even the Muslim religion that dominates the region is fragmented by competing beliefs (Sunni vs Shia) and religious leaders with their own agenda.
Since WWII the US foreign policy and military establishment has been fixated on the US policing various regions of the world from east Asia through the Middle East with little success. Despite the exercise of US economic power, diplomatic influence, and military power China fell to communism,…More
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It is inconsistent Mr Trump to pull out of Syria and leave the Kurds to be annihilated by the Turks. Some are Muslim, others Jewish, and still …More
It is inconsistent Mr Trump to pull out of Syria and leave the Kurds to be annihilated by the Turks. Some are Muslim, others Jewish, and still others Christian. And what about the 15,000 plus ISIS prisoners they captured? Are these barbarians to be released to find their way to the USA?