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"I Am a Catholic Priest and I Want to Take His Place" ~ August 14 ~ Feast of St. Maximilian Kolbe GLORIA ROMANORUM - August 14, 2017 ... Colonel Fritsch, accompanied by Palitsch, the recording officer, and a group of well-armed guards approached the line up of men of Block 14. When Fritsch pointed to a man, Palitsch wrote down the victim's number and he was dragged roughly out of the ranks. When Fritsch pointed out one of the men, tears trickled down the prisoner's hollow cheeks as he cried out, "Oh…my wife…my poor children….I will never see them again." Fritsch ignored the pleas of the helpless victim. ...http://gloriaromanorum.blogspot.com/2017/08/i-am-catholic-priest-and-i-want-to-take.html

I Finally Read Pentin on Padre Pio ABBEY ROADS - August 5, 2017 ... churches for decades, and the Gospel is proclaimed and error dispelled. Popes have met with all sorts of 'Gentiles', and discussed political issues, without giving approbation to wickedness or mass murder. St. Pio wasn't the first, nor the last to condemn such a complacency which appears to tolerate an evil such as abortion. I came across a wonderful quote from Alfred Delp, SJ warning Christians in a similar vein: "[T]he great question to us is whether we are still capable of being truly ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2017/08/i-finally-read-pentin-on-padre-pio.html

Father George Rutler: Barbarism vs. Civilization SUNLIT UPLANDS - July 2, 2017 ... the Nazi outrages, and thousands became martyrs. Bishops who honored the apostolic witness included Felhauber, Galen, Preysing and Frings, while some others were satisfied to adjust to those barbaric times. The heroes had not much support from the papal nuncio, Cesare Orsenigo, who told Preysing: "Charity is well and good but the greatest charity is not to make problems for the Church." The German bishops made a better showing than the Tudor bishops who caved in to Henry VIII, ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/SunlitUplands/~3/v2r3ciy5lP0/father-george-rutler-barbarism-vs.html