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Month: November 2016

Her Great Day is Close – ‘Especially for Freemasons’!

Her Great Day is Close – ‘Especially for Freemasons’!

Viva Immaculata! Viva Immaculata! Viva Immaculata! Start fasting and praying! Prepare your heart for the graces she is bringing! Get your best suit ready! Make a cake! Invite the neighbours! Tell the Queeen of England THE QUEEN’s day is coming! Teach the children to shout out: VIVA! VIVA! VIVA IMMACULATA! And recite often Fr. Kolbe’s non-PC prayer: “O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to you and for all who do not have recourse to you,…

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Marriage, the Family, and the Path from Loneliness

Marriage, the Family, and the Path from Loneliness

Have you ever met someone who has never been lonely? Someone asked recently, “Have you ever been lonely?” The answer was brilliant: “Have you ever breathed?” It seems to be very much part of being a human being but is it something that one just has to live with? Everyone seems to have been through it one way or another. Some seem to be crushed by it; while others seem to bounce up to escape from it. What is it,…

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35 Years in a Trench Pro Vita

35 Years in a Trench Pro Vita

War is ugly. Those who haven’t been can only imagine. Those who have don’t shout about. Those who are there are often mad. Some wars are more subtle than others. And some trenches are more painful than others. Months on a frontline can see no action. The boredom kills. Being shipped out before a major breakthrough is providential; being caught in an offensive after months of waiting is beyond terrifying. Disbelief grips many, and the enemy exploits it. The war…

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Today’s Task?

Today’s Task?

  Nobody would deny that the Catholic Faith has been lost by many. Even in the Church the Faith is often not even known. Stay around a Catholic parish long enough and you’ll hear errors being taught as doctrine. Well, the way to combat ignorance is through the spiritual work of mercy – instruct the ignorant. Our Lord, after all, instructed His first followers. Yet once He had taught them, He sent them to teach us! It has to be…

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Common Denominator

Common Denominator

What do you call an angry loser?  A fallen human being! What do you call a gloating winner? A fallen  human being! What do you call an unhappy woman? A fallen human being! What do you call a liar? A fallen human being! What do you call a pope who talks rubbish? A fallen human being! What do you call a Scotsman scribbling nonsense? A fallen human being! Get the gist? What’s the common denominator? The need  for Divine Mercy!…

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Trust Has Triumphed!

Trust Has Triumphed!

Hatred is a terrible thing. It rips the soul apart, and drives a man insane. It can also be very subtle – waiting its moment to erupt and kill. Hatred often is like a sniper’s bullet. Yet, like every evil, it is defeated by one word: trust. There are those who are raging at present because hatred is burning in their hearts. Clowns were sent out into the circus and they were expecting to be entertained by them. When the…

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The Choice is Simple

The Choice is Simple

Who did the sowing? How did this come about? There is a clear choice for a certain country –  and for every other country. Man either follows all that God has revealed in order to be happy, both in this life and the life to come, or he follows himself into the abyss. He either follows the truth (both natural and supernatural) or he follows nutty ideas of those claiming to have divine revelations (which are obviously false since the…

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This Time of Year and the Dies Irae

This Time of Year and the Dies Irae

Funny how some times are more pronounced than others. What are they for you? Is it Spring’s freshness? Or Summer’s sparseness (for those living in the summerless lands!)? What season does what to you? Autumn turning into Winter speaks of the end of life. Once upon a time an old professor, who’d seen enough exam papers to last a lifetime, decided to change things around. Students weren’t what they were when he was a lad. Back then the entrance exam…

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What is Your Favourite Charity?

What is Your Favourite Charity?

Where is our Charity? What would you do to relieve you Grandmother’s suffering? What about an uncle who was far from God most of his life but came back shortly before he died? What about so many who die in a state of grace but not in a state of perfection union with God – what would you do to relieve their suffering? Have you got a thought for them when you think about your ‘charities’? Good Works – but…

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