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Mass Protests Erupt: "This Vote Ruined My Life!" THAT THE BONES YOU HAVE CRUSHED MAY THRILL - July 3, 2016 ... messages, confusing signs and the recent exhortation that has been described as a 'dossier even dodgier than that which took us to war in Iraq' spoke of their pain at the decision made by the Cardinals in 2013... "This result of this vote was made by old people. Basically, these old people have taken us back 40 years. My eternal salvation and that of my friends has now been thrown into jeopardy by these old people. I'd like to say to those people: You've stolen my future! Yes! You've ruined my ...http://thatthebonesyouhavecrushedmaythrill.blogspot.com/2016/07/mass-protests-erupt-this-vote-ruined-my.html

The Big Lie: Protestant & Secular Texbook Traditions About the Irish Rebellion of 1641 MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - June 28, 2016 ... Kilmore, said the rebellion had been caused by the "innate bigotry and brutality" of the Irish and ordered by the Pope and Jesuits. Jones headed a commission that collected thousands of depositions about what happened — but these depositions were only from Protestants. In March 1642 he presented lurid extracts from these depositions to the English Parliament, published as A Remonstrance . Thus, says Gibney, the "atrocity propaganda" was first printed in England "for an English audience." ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2016/06/the-big-lie-protestant-secular-texbook.html

The Art of Human Reasoning GLORIA OLIVAE - June 15, 2016 ... God, which always go together, just look at the mirror. There is the proof. Unless the mirror is blurred, stained and distorted. This is what happened because of original sin. Though original sin caused great destruction in man, God saw to it that his intellect would remain unscathed. Man can, still, think rightly and slowly rediscover the way to perfect truth and the perfect good. 2. Common sense and the intellect. This unscathed intellectual faculty can be seen in the functioning of the ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_06_01_archive.html#7890192421765851610

Catholic vs. Protestant -- Why Is There So Much Animosity? (Also Published on Cathapol) ST. WALBURGA'S BLOG - June 3, 2016 I found an article on gotquestions?.org. I thought this site was a neutral site on religion, but boy was I ever wrong. It is a Protestant site that holds nothing back. In the article "Catholic vs. Protestant -- why is there so much animosity?", I detected a lot of animosity toward Catholics. That was the question. The author's answer and some of my comments. This is a simple question with a complicated answer, because there are varying ...http://stwalburgas.blogspot.com/2016/06/catholic-vs-protestant-why-is-there-so.html

The Priesthood, the Mass & The Eucharist (Corpus Christi Homily) BONFIRE OF THE VANITIES - May 31, 2016 ... forever" – and we know who that is: Jesus Christ! This is important background for what happens at the Last Supper. Jesus says to the Apostles: This is my body, this is my blood… "do this in remembrance of me." The Greek word that Paul uses for "remembrance" is very special: anamnesis . This not only means "remember," but more like, "remember-by-making-real-and-present-here-and-now." When God's People kept the Passover down through the centuries, it was an anamnesis — the ...http://frmartinfox.blogspot.com/2016/05/the-priesthood-mass-eucharist-corpus.html

A Krehbiel Classic: The Bible and the Catholic Apologist MUSINGS OF A PERTINACIOUS PAPIST - May 22, 2016 A tune-up for Catholic apologetics By Greg Krehbiel ( Crowhill Weblog , July 1, 2004) Back in 1992 I had a near miss with the Catholic Church. I almost converted. For the next seven years or so I couldn't shake the habit of falling into online discussions, arguments, dialog and, let's face it, fights, with other Christians. This nasty habit is usually called apologetics. My ...http://pblosser.blogspot.com/2016/05/a-krehbiel-classic-bible-and-catholic.html

What Difference Does the Sprit Make? (Pentecost Sunday) HOMILIES AND OCCASIONAL THOUGHTS - May 15, 2016 "If the Holy Spirit was withdrawn from the church today, 95 percent of what we do would go on and no one would know the difference." I heard those shocking words at a meeting this week, and I wrestled with them. Could that statement be true? Or even close to the truth? Sure, we'd still have schools, and hospitals, and bake sales. But would almost everything carry on as usual without the presence of the Holy Spirit? Happily, the answer wasn't long in coming. If the Holy ...http://gregorynsmith.blogspot.com/2016/05/what-difference-does-sprit-make.html

Canons Go Boom WHAT DOES MIKE THINK? - May 15, 2016 ... Wright "The redacted sections of the written message provide a logically insurmountable paradox for the Protestant messengers. If their sole authority for the authenticity of their message is the written part of the message, then they have no authority to redact or remove parts of the message on any grounds. The cannot throw away the Book of the Maccabeus or Tobit or the Letters of James or anything else because they claim that neither they nor anyone has the authority to ...http://wdmt.blogspot.com/2016/05/canons-go-boom.html

The Gift of Tongues Is Not Inarticulate Mumbling THE NEW THEOLOGICAL MOVEMENT - May 15, 2016 ... groups, but is rather the miracle whereby one speaks new human languages for the praise of God and the conversion of pagans. Speaking in Languages There is a close etymological link between "tongue" and "language", as the Latin lingua means both "tongue" and "language, speech". Thus to say "speaking in tongues" means "speaking in languages" – and this is precisely the miracle witnessed at Pentecost. The Apostles, filled with the Spirit, began to speak in diverse ...http://newtheologicalmovement.blogspot.com/2016/05/the-gift-of-tongues-is-not-inarticulate.html

There Will Be No Peace. GLORIA OLIVAE - April 29, 2016 ... centuries for the world to have 'peace' because the teachings of the Catholic Church had reached its fullness and maturity. Though the opportunity was there, and there were many places where there were apparent peace, true 'peace' was still illusive. If we define 'peace' correctly, at least according to human philosophy, it will appear that only the Catholic Church can bring 'peace' to the world. The goal of the Catholic Church is the ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_04_01_archive.html#1796000826260118523

PSALM 7 - The Deep Silence of God. GLORIA OLIVAE - April 19, 2016 1. The Psalms The 150 Psalms are the official obligatory prayer of the Catholic Church. It is supposed to be prayed by all priests and religious. And laymen are encouraged to pray portions of it, when possible. All the 150 Psalms are ordinarily prayed in one week. Stricter order prayed the 150 Psalms in one day. The hermits can even go through them three times a day. To pray the length of the 150 psalms is in obedience to the command of Christ 'to pray unceasingly.' To ...http://odondecastro.blogspot.com/2016_04_01_archive.html#2927622046607957969

5 Myths About Indulgences & Purgatory AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - April 18, 2016 5 Myths About Indulgences & Purgatory MYTH #1 – The Catholic Church no longer has indulgences. This is just not true. Indulgences are a good thing and are still part of the Church's teaching. The Catechism of the Catholic Church's answer to the question, "What is an indulgence?": 1471 "An indulgence is a remission before God of the temporal punishment due to sins whose guilt has already been forgiven, which the faithful Christian who is duly ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2016/04/thou-shall-not-indulge-5-myths-misunderstandings-of-indulgences-and-purgatory/

The Surreal World of Radical Traditionalism IF I MIGHT INTERJECT - April 17, 2016 Introduction Membership in the Catholic Church is different from memberships in other religious groups. Unlike other religious bodies that simply insist on members accepting the authority of holy books or certain practices, the Catholic Church also insists her Pope and bishops are the successors to the Apostles and have the same authority which Our Lord gave to the Apostles. To reject the authority of the Pope and bishops is far more serious than a ...http://www.ifimightinterject.com/2016/04/the-surreal-world-of-radical.html

8 Bad Reasons to Leave the Catholic Church, and 1 Good Reason to Stay SEASONS OF GRACE - April 16, 2016 In May 2015, Mark Judge published a column over at RealClearReligion titled "Why I Left the Catholic Church." Judge, a columnist at The Daily Caller and the author of A Tremor of Bliss: Sex, Catholicism, and Rock 'n' Roll , explained why he made the decision to leave the Church founded by Christ: IT'S BECAUSE HE'S AN ARTIST. Judge was discouraged by what he considered the Catholic Church's " negative, obstructionist, and soul-crushing" attitude towards ...http://kathyschiffer.com/why-do-catholics-do-that/8-bad-reasons-to-leave-the-catholic-church-and-1-good-reason-to-stay/

The Wanderer Schism and Latinism THE IMPRACTICAL CATHOLIC - March 31, 2016 ... All-American Schismatic. (Image source: westernrifleshooters.wordpress.com.) For almost fifty years, The Remnant has been the leading voice of Catholic traditionalism in America. Founded by Walter Matt, who left The Wanderer after a dispute with his co-founder brother Alphonse, it now publishes under the guidance of Matt's son Michael. Over the last few years, especially after the election of Pope Francis, the tone of The Remnant's articles have become increasingly shrill, ...http://impracticalcatholic.blogspot.com/2016/03/the-wanderer-schism-and-latinism.html