We are truly living through “the times that try men’s souls”. All of us horrified by the sheltering of every vile form of revolutionary madness under the cynical leading wing of the Democratic Party
Por Dios, Por la Patria, y el Rey!
Spanish Republican forces controlling Toledo at the beginning of the Civil War in 1936 informed the Nationalist commander of the Alcazar in the center of the city, Colonel José Moscardó Ituarte (1878-1956), that they would kill his son Luis if he did not surrender this citadel up to them. "Commend your soul to God and die like a patriot shouting ‘long live Christ the King’ and ‘long live Spain’!” were the instructions the aggrieved soldier gave the twenty four year old Luis. "That, I can do” was the doomed man’s clear response. He was killed.
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In this week's edition of 'The Editor's Desk', host Michael J. Matt covers the following:
- Latest from the New Normal: Abortion by Mail.
- Big Brother surveillance, facial recognition technology on the horizon.
- Dr. Fauci says, if we all get vaccinated, the pandemic might end by 2022.
- Dr. Fauci says it's a big mistake to open bars and restaurants.
- Michael takes an old woman to church for the first time, after being isolated in solitary confinement for months.
- If we're so worried about Grandma, why are we doing this to her?
- Michael answers critics who say RTV has become "too political".
Archbishop Viganò, why did you write a letter in favor of President Trump?
On August 14, 2011, Pope Benedict XVI let me know that it was his conviction that at that moment my providential position was the Nunciature in the United States of America. This is what he wrote to me: “I would like to tell you that I have reflected and prayed with reference to your condition after the recent events. The sad news of the passing away of His Excellency Archbishop Pietro Sambi has confirmed in me the conviction that your providential position at this moment is the Nunciature in the United States of America. On the other hand, I am certain that your knowledge of this great country will help you to undertake the demanding challenge of this work, which in many ways will prove decisive for the future of the universal Church.”
My official assignment in that immense and beloved country has ended, but the challenge to which Pope Benedict referred to almost prophetically, and in which he chose to involve me, is still present more than ever; indeed, it has become ever more dramatic, taking on tremendous dimensions: the destiny of the world is being played out at this hour precisely on the American front.
Amy Barrett and her family (husband and 7 children) head to the Rose Garden for Trump's announcement of her official SCOTUS nomination.
On Oct. 31, 2017 PlannedParenthoodAction.Org posted an article arguing that “the idea that Amy Coney Barrett would be a fair and impartial judge on issues of reproductive health is ludicrous.”
After the Senate had advanced the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit to the floor of the U.S. Senate. Planned Parenthood Federation of America submitted a formal letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee opposing Barrett’s nomination.
On what grounds?
“Corruptio optimi pessima.” - Saint Gregory the Great
Seeking to find any coherence of the recent action of the Society of Jesus with the original intentions of Saint Ignatius of Loyola is an arduous if not impossible task, to the point that in hindsight one considers the reconstitution of the Order in 1814 after its suppression by Clement XIV in 1773 to have been ill-advised. It is not surprising that, in the process of dissolution and self-demolition to which the entire ecclesial body is subjected, the contribution of the Jesuits has been – and still remains – decisive.
It is no coincidence that since 2013 even the highest throne has been occupied by a Jesuit, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, even though this is in violation of the Ignatian Rule that forbids members of the Society of Jesus to take up positions in the hierarchy.
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Addressing MAGASOTA -- the largest pro-Trump group in Minnesota -- Michael Matt breaks down exactly what is at stake in this year's presidential election.
This is obviously not just another election. The fate of the nation and indeed the world may well hang in the balance.
Regardless of what the future holds, given Trump's past defense of freedom of religion, self-defense and the right to life, Catholics have an obligation to go out and join the fight for the reelection of President Trump. There is no other option. And if Trump disappoints us down the line, well we'll deal with that then.
Good News for the CIC, Thanks to Trump
On September 14, a Trump-appointed federal judge ruled that Pennsylvania’s Democrat Governor Tom Wolf’s draconian coronavirus measures—which shut down the state, closed businesses and dramatically limited gatherings—were unconstitutional per the 1st and 14th Amendments. The judge’s decision applies to everyone in Pennsylvania and means the stay-at-home order can never be repeated.
This, quite obviously, will have national ramifications.
U.S. District Judge William S. Stickman IV, who was appointed to the bench in 2019, wrote a 66-page opinion arguing that “even a vigilant public may let down its guard over its constitutional liberties only to find that liberties, once relinquished, are hard to recoup and that restrictions — while expedient in the face of an emergency situation — may persist long after immediate danger has passed.”
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The new thing now in New York City is ACAB. "Peaceful protesters" shouting "All Cops Are Bad" and/or "Oink. Oink. Piggies in a blanket fry 'em like bacon!" What a difference 19 years make!
In this Sunday Sermon from So. Saint Paul, Father recalls his own military deployments after the September 11th terrorist attacks, and how the nation mourned its brave front line heroes on that fateful day.
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Fauci outs himself as a full bird globalist, papal advisor Jeff Sachs goes full on pro-abort, and Japanese sports fans go robotic. But Trump’s still trailing in the polls, thanks to the Never Trumpers.
Kinda done with these sanctimonious virtue-signalers. Aren’t you?
It was one of those stories that should have headlined across our fruited plain, but in this age of COVID-19 and Trump Derangement Syndrome, it wouldn’t suit the narrative.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated their website regarding COVID-19’s deaths and the numbers have been greatly reduced of those who died strictly from the virus.
“For 6 percent of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned,” the CDC’s latest report revealed. “For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death such as pneumonia, respiratory failure, diabetes, or heart disease.”