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Taking Time Out to Examine Ourselves CATHOLIC AMERICAN EYES IN KOREA - August 17, 2017 A religious sister who works in a suicide prevention center, writes in the Catholic Times asking the readers to take time out and look inside. She begins with a program she watched on TV where an entertainer was treated for a panic attack. A rather large number of entertainers she tells us suffer from these panic attacks. She wasn't familiar with this problem but now is quite in the know. There are many people that are not able to control their anger and indignation which ...http://catholicamericaneyesinkorea.blogspot.com/2017/08/taking-time-out-to-examine-ourselves.html

AmeriKKKa Continues Her Inevitable (Yep.) Slide Into Third World Madness. THECHURCHMILITANT - August 14, 2017 ... after 40 years or so. SUCKERS! GermaineGreerInDrag ‏ @ GermaineGreerIn has her first hard-on in ages tonight and its been raging all weekend. SUCKERS! Buy lots of guns and ammo, be you black, white, or yellow. Homosexual or straight. Rich or poor. Catholic, Jew, heretic, or pagan. Man or woman.... ...and shoot to kill, because they sure as Hell will. Fittingly, here is the tale as told by a bunch of Third World goat-rapists: Charlottesville 'Unite the Right' rally turns ...http://thechurchmilitant.blogspot.com/2017/08/amerikkka-continues-her-inevitable-yep.html

The View From Charlottesville MAN WITH BLACK HAT - August 13, 2017 ... than slavery. If it did not, then explain why blacks fought on both sides of the war, and to this day, black men comprise part of the membership of the Sons of Confederate Veterans , and proudly carry the Southern Cross in public. Third , acts of violence were initiated by elements of both sides of the confrontation, but the mainstream media likes simple little bedtime stories of "good guys" and "bad guys," and the truth doesn't fit the narrative. And both sides, including the ...http://manwithblackhat.blogspot.com/2017/08/the-view-from-charlottesville.html

TWO PARABLES.......compared. GLORIA OLIVAE - August 11, 2017 1. The parables of the cockle and the wheat vs the parable of the dragnet. These two parables have similarities and differences. Both describes the Catholic Church, referred to in the Gospels as the kingdom of God. Both of them contains the good and the bad; the first parable had cockles and wheat while the second had good and bad fishes. The good and the bad were eventually separated and given their just deserts. 2. ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_08_01_archive.html#6721251795294251925

Well, Prayers for Peace Doesn't Seem Like a Bad Idea. CREATIVE MINORITY REPORT - August 10, 2017 I've never seen the Catholic blogosphere so split but here's something I believe we can all agree on. The world seems to be inching toward the brink of war. Sherry writes: The Catholic blogosphere is as diverse as the Church itself, with people who wrestle earnestly with issues both big and small, but who try always to be Catholic in their response to life and all the people living in it. We aren't always successful. Being like any family, ...http://www.creativeminorityreport.com/2017/08/well-prayers-for-peace-doesnt-seem-like.html

Art Matters ADAM'S ALE - August 10, 2017 ... In fact, it looked more Catholic than most modern Catholic churches (if I may be so bold.) It takes a while of being there and taking in the art that a Catholic steeped in religious art will start to feel a little bit unbalanced. Not that it is bad but that it is different. It is like being in a parallel universe where everything is just a little bit off as in the Mandela Effect (read more on that HERE .) One can see clearly ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2017/08/art-matters.html

There Are Decent People Out There After All! Boniface Says ... ABBEY ROADS - August 9, 2017 ... bluntly "traditional" than what other recent popes have said, goes unreported. Since when have we had a pope who talked so clearly about the devil, and so often and plainly? And who pushes confession constantly, and makes sure he himself is seen going? (This isn't a criticism of other popes). Talking about incarnate evil and confession – basically kryptonite to liberal "c"atholicism. In my opinion, Boniface is absolutely right on. I just do not know how or why other people, namely "the ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2017/08/there-are-decent-people-out-there-after.html

A Red Pill Moment OD'S BLOG! - August 9, 2017 ... system and the media was a con, that the "good guys" were the bad guys. I have had many such moments, not just one. I suppose that is true of most of us who have lived as long as I have. But one that definitely stands out in my memory happened when I was in third year university, at Queen's, a Canadian college with a reputation for being hard to get in to and for attracting the youth of the Canadian upper class. It was December, close to Christmas, on a cold winter night. I ...http://odsblog.blogspot.com/2017/08/a-red-pill-moment.html

The POST EASTER AND PENTECOST L I T U R G Y GLORIA OLIVAE - August 7, 2017 1. The post-Easter and Pentecost Liturgy. The Liturgy tells us of the history, the present and the future of the Catholic Church. It is one of the best proofs that the Catholic religions is from God because only God can know the past the present and the future. All other religions are obviously man made because they fall within the possibilities of human exertion.....not without the influence of the devil that use human exertions for his purposes 2. What ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_08_01_archive.html#3049088902067154896

Calling Us Home! CATHOLIC EDUCATOR - August 5, 2017 This is my talk to students on the second Monday of Lent, St. Michael Catholic High School, March 13, 2017 "The measure by which you measure will be measured out for you." (Luke 6:38) This is from the gospel reading today. I wonder if we realize what we're praying for each time we recite the "Our Father" : "Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. " What are we asking God to do? To forgive us to the extent that we forgive others! To treat ...http://catholiceducator.blogspot.com/2017/03/calling-us-home.html

The BISHOP Is Wrong Again. GLORIA OLIVAE - August 5, 2017 ... who sowed good seed, wheat, in his field. Then afterwards, the devil came to sow bad seed, cockle, in the same field. The field is the world and not the Church, St. Thomas wrote. Both seeds looked alike when young. But when they mature, the wheat bears edible grain while the cockles bore nothing beneficial. The parable states that there are only two kinds of man in the world; good men and bad men, wheat and cockles. The good men are placed in the world by God ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_08_01_archive.html#724993737909953900

Fighting to Stay Catholic: Don't Throw in the Towel! CATHOLIC CHAMPION BLOG - August 1, 2017 ... How awful is this movement to reaffirm sin and deny the reality of divine judgement. However we must not let these men influence us. No, we cannot remain in our sins just because theologians from on high are making it seem to us that it is not so bad to do so. We must not deny reality by recognizing only God's mercy and forgetting about his justice. It is now of the utmost importance to understand the gravity of fighting to stay a faithful Catholic. We cannot ...http://catholicchampion.blogspot.com/2017/08/fighting-to-stay-catholic-dont-throw-in.html

St. Ignatius of Loyola ATONEMENTONLINE - July 30, 2017 ... against the French. A cannon ball and a series of bad operations ended his military career in 1521. While St. Ignatius recovered, he read the lives of the saints, and decided to dedicate himself to becoming a soldier of the Catholic Faith. Soon after he experienced visions, but a year later suffered a trial of fears and scruples, driving him almost to despair. Out of this experience he wrote his famous "Spiritual Exercises". After traveling and studying in ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2017/07/st-ignatius-of-loyola.html

I Got Angry Online Today GIVE TONGUE - July 29, 2017 ... offered babysitting services to the student parent center on campus (we never were taken up on that offer, but we made it earnestly). I also spent a lot of time designing, volunteering, and promoting a group that would do things like...host a Humanae Vitae conference! Give lectures on encyclicals that stuck to Church teachings like the close-talker to an excessively polite victim! Offer classes on the history of Catholic art! Weary, I'd go online, find that someone had taken ...http://givetongue.blogspot.com/2017/07/i-got-angry-online-today.html

A Bad Development THE NEW BEGINNING - July 28, 2017 Catholic San Francisco: Archbishop revamps liturgy institute, hires new executive director by Valerie Schmalz Woman in charge? Check. Talk about multiculturalism? Check. (Because we have a multicultural Church, not one that has assimilated and inculturated with [Anglo-]American culture and society.) A focus on the intellect (and the imagination) instead of the heart? Check. I expect this change in direction to fail to stem the shrinkage of the archdiocese. If the institute ...http://cantate-domino.blogspot.com/2017/07/a-bad-development.html

The DYING C a T H O L I C SOLDIERS. GLORIA OLIVAE - July 27, 2017 1. Many people are dying today. I would like to concentrate on the Catholic soldier, fighting in the field and is suddenly felt dead by a bullet. The concern is where did he go? To heaven or to hell. It is a question asked on everyone who dies but to try to answer that question is next to impossible. So let us settle down on one specific example. A Catholic soldier dying in battle. Let us look at a US Catholic soldier dying specifically ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_07_01_archive.html#3682306385600216460

16th SUNDAY in Ordinary Time. The WHEAT and the COCKLE. GLORIA OLIVAE - July 26, 2017 1. The Liturgy in Ordinary time after Easter and Pentecost. The Liturgy in ordinary time after Easter and Pentecost deals with the state of the Catholic Church and the world. The state of the world is just a reflection of the state of the Church but in a worse state. If the church is gay, this is reflected in that the state is even more gay. To understand what is going on in the world and in the church, the above principle must be kept in mind. The world is in total ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2017_07_01_archive.html#953814342315428379

Something Non-Traditional: Could You, the Young Catholic Single Sweetheart, Propose (with My Counter of Course!:)? CATHOLIC TRADITIONAL LOOKING FOR WIFE - July 25, 2017 Today, the Feast of Saint James the Greater is also the lesser feast of Saint Christopher, my "name day," a Catholic custom often lost that often is more important than your actual birthday. St. Christopher, the patron of travels and lost persons, is not in the new calendar, which is a shame. Tomorrow marks seven years since my first post of this blog, initially asking for a date to the Tridentine Mass on Sunday. Since then, things have turned for the worse in the Church ...http://catholiclookforwife.blogspot.com/2017/07/something-non-traditional-could-you.html

Comfort in the Rosary GALACTIC CATHOLIC UNIVERSE - July 25, 2017 ... ticking clock in the steady pace and regularity of the prayer itself. For a prayer so simple, there is so much gained on the meditation of the mysteries of the rosary. Insight given is truly a work of the Holy Ghost who allows as much grace as we need. Sometimes I pray the rosary with intent for others, intent for myself or for the needs of souls. Mostly I find myself praying in reparation and thanksgiving these days. Even when all else fails, there is the rosary. I think of the great saints ...http://galacticcatholicuniverse.blogspot.com/2017/07/comfort-in-rosary.html

Google, Marshall McLuhan, and Catholicism MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - July 22, 2017 ... a point of ignoring the birthdays of traditional celebrities of the western tradition. It wouldn't be caught dead celebrating the feast days of Catholic saints. Instead, it makes a point of celebrating the 'feast days' of offbeat, marginalized figures, non-whites, often women, often unknown, sometimes of dubious distinction. This isn't a bad thing as such, except insofar as it leads to ignorance about meritorious figures in the traditional western canon of ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2017/07/google-marshall-mcluhan-and-catholicism_22.html

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