Monthly Archives: July 2011

Sixth Sunday After Pentecost

INTROIT:The Lord is the strength of His people, and the protector of the salvation of His anointed: save, O Lord, Thy people, and bless Thine inheritance, and rule them for ever. — (Ps. 27. 1). Unto Thee will I cry, … Continue reading

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Something About Mary

http://www.aomin.org/aoblog/index.php?itemid=4610&catid=7 Jamin Hubner on the AOMIN Blog (linked above) wrote: Just finished reading through White’s Mary – Another Redeemer? for the first time. I admit, despite my own experience with Roman Catholicism and its teachings about Mary, it was an … Continue reading

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Casey Anthony and Abortion Comparison

Rush Limbaugh makes an interesting point in an article relating what he said about Casey Anthony and abortion :  click here : regarding the Casey Anthony trial.  He states “They would not care if Casey Anthony had an abortion.”  Casey … Continue reading

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Attacking the Vulgate

A quick viewing of several of the non-Catholic blogs I visit from time to time shows a recent attacking of the Latin Vulgate and it makes one think, why attack the Vulgate?  Well, the answer is quite obvious – our … Continue reading

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Anarchy Comparisons?

I find it a bit interesting to watch Protestants attempt to defend their anarchist position by comparing their fundamental disagreements between sects of Protestantism to ignorance among Catholics who do not understand a part of the Catholic faith and/or by … Continue reading

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Third Sunday After Pentecost

THIRD SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST WITHIN THE OCTAVE OF THE SACRED HEART SAINT ANTHONY OF PADUAConfessor and Doctor of the Church Jesus, the pursuing shepherd of souls, follows and sustains each person in his worst battles with the world, the flesh, … Continue reading

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Changing Face of Fr. Corapi

There has been a lot of scuttle about Fr. Corapi in recent months, especially the last couple weeks, but some have been noticing something about his appearance changing throughout the years.  Take a look yourself and see what you think… … Continue reading

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