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October 31, 2016 Featured

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This Week’s Feature…

To Vote or Not to Vote—That Is the Question,
by Vincent Chiarello

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This election is a tough call, and nobody is benefited by those who close their eyes to the reality of massive negatives on both sides of the ballot.

But in this article, former
State Department Foreign Service Officer, Vincent Chiarello, presents a balanced view—based on his experience in government and on his Catholic principles—that we believe will help Catholics make the right choice on November 8.



2016 is the Flight 93 election
: Charge the cockpit or you die. You may die anyway. You—or the leader of your party—may make it into the cockpit and not know how to fly or land the plane. There are no guarantees. Except one: if you don’t try, death is certain.
 



Michael J. Matt: The Hypocrisy of the Anti-Christians

The blitzkrieg against Trump, waged by the Clinton Machine and their willing accomplices in the mainstream media, is designed to confuse and distract the masses just long enough for the Godless globalist maniacs to take the next step—and it’s going to be a doozy!
 



November: Dedicated to the Holy Souls in Purgatory

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The Church has always taught us to pray for those who have gone into eternity. Even in the Old Testament prayers and alms were offered for the souls of the dead by those who thought "well and religiously concerning the resurrection."




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Lives of the Saints:  Saint Melania the Younger

She urged the world to be vigilant and to pray, to disdain their own opinions and cultivate first of all the love for God and for one’s neighbor, to keep the Faith, and to guard their purity of soul and of body. Pray for us, arguably among the most impure people in history.



Maxine Moore: The Land Where Jesus Walked: A New Remnant Series  - 

Haifa and Mount Carmel:
The prophet Elijah’s fire-lighting challenge — one of the Old Testament’s most spectacular contests between Yahweh and a pagan deity — took place on the south-eastern summit of Mt. Carmel. Stretching from the Mediterranean Sea, with the city of Haifa sloped against it, Mount Carmel is actually a coastal range rather than a mountain.



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Timothy J. Cullen: Joining the Battle

“In our time more than ever before, the chief strength of the wicked lies in the cowardice and weakness of good men... All the strength of Satan’s reign is due to the easy-going weakness of Catholics.” - Pope St. Pius X.

So when do we enlist? 



Kelly Michaels:  Debating the Relevant Issues... Padre Bergoglio and the Lexical Gap

WARNING: Not for the fainthearted. Many are asking, post-Amoris: can this personage—simultaneously insipid and insidious—actually be the Supreme Pontiff? If so, why doesn’t he act, speak, and teach like one?
 



Andrew Senior: A Remnant Book Review…sort of 

John Senior and the Restoration of Realism by Father Francis Bethel, OSB



Monsignor Baunard: The Evening of Life Series: Old Age, The Ascending Life

Old age is the age of peace! This altitude is above the region of storms. In the mind there are fewer violent opinions, less professional obstinacy, fewer aggressive disputes. In the heart, also, is an indulgent goodness, born from a long experience of men and life; born also from the feeling of one’s own intrinsic poverty and frailty.



Benjamin J. Vail, OFS: Modernist Franciscans vs. St. Francis

The Sad State of Franciscan Spiritual Formation

francI am no theological expert. I am simply a baptized, confirmed, and professed lay tertiary. But as far as I can tell, modern Franciscan spirituality promotes multiple errors including indifferentism, universalism, and a false Franciscan spirituality.




Father Fernando Ventura, OFM Cap. is Exhibit A of the malevolent Modernist.



Samuel Calciator: What the Church of Vatican II Can Learn from Donald J. Trump

Love him or hate him, Trump does what the modern Church can no longer do: motivate men.

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And then there's this guy:

"Hillary cares about all the things I care about." 


 


 



Elizabeth Yore: WikiLeaks Bombshell! Behind the Bronze Doors

Soros Radicals collude with Vatican Hierarchy



Father Celatus: The Last Word…Martin Luther in His Own Words

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-       Was Ronald Reagan Really All That Great? 

 
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