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Remnant TV's CATHOLIC SAINTS AND HOLY DAYS pays homage to the great St. Hermenegild -- a patron of our times.
We are as steeped in Modernism today as the world was in Arianism then. St. Hermenegild refused to receive Communion from an Arian bishop. It was probably a validly consecrated Host, but St. Hermenegild refused because the bishop was a heretic.
Some say we should do the same with the Modernist clergy today.
After all, at least the Arian bishop didn't say the New Mass.
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The "DP" of Ronald Reagan and Manly P. Hall
On March 30, 1981 while walking back from a meeting with labour officials at the Washington Hilton Hotel, President Ronald Reagan was shot with a .22 caliber bullet. After being rushed to George Washington University Hospital and undergoing two hours of surgery, Ronald Reagan was declared to be in “excellent” condition.
The Reagan assassination is considered unique among presidential assassination attempts primarily because Reagan was shot and survived, but there are a number of curious elements among the attempt the on the Gipper’s life that line up with the more famous murders of presidents such as Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy.
First and foremost, some have criticized the action of some of the members of the Secret Service, which seemed to act in a dazed and delayed manner, allowing six shots to be fired resulting in the wounding of press secretary James S. Brady who, after surviving, would go on to haunt gun rights activists in the form of the 1993 Clinton Era “Brady Bill.”
Others have noted the very long distance of 300 feet Reagan was forced to walk due to the inability of Reagan’s 1972 Lincoln Continental, popularly known as “The Beast”, to pull in front of the Hotel Doors.