A group called The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP) is a Catholic lay organization in the US. Among their many activities, they organize Chivalry Camps where they teach boys how to become real men. Pro-life activism is part of this mission. They’re forming the pro-life heroes of tomorrow.

Check it out. TFP embodies everything that is good and noble about America.

Abortion is so dead.

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Click and watch the whole thing.  Highly recommend it.

Share it with Evangelicals and Jewish friends. Do it now.

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God has patience for a certain term, after which He punishes the first and last sins. And the greater has been His patience, the more severe His vengeance.

The above preaching does not really fit with the current regime’s meme, does it?  It’s good old time religion where pepper made life interesting and there was an incentive to…wait for it….repent and change.

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So the idea of a gay fascist seems ridiculous. Yet when the British National Party – our own home-grown Holocaust-denying bigots – announced it was fielding an openly gay candidate in the European elections this June, dedicated followers of fascism didn’t blink. The twisted truth is that gay men have been at the heart of every major fascist movement that ever was – including the gay-gassing, homo-cidal Third Reich. With the exception of Jean-Marie Le Pen, all the most high-profile fascists in Europe in the past thirty years have been gay. It’s time to admit something. Fascism isn’t something that happens out there, a nasty habit acquired by the straight boys. It is – in part, at least – a gay thing, and it’s time for non-fascist gay people to wake up and face the marching music.

Told you so.

Pink Swastika isn’t so crazy after all, IS IT?!?

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The event’s theme is “On A Mission From God”. Tim Staples will be giving 3 talks and Patrick Sullivan will be giving one talk.

Location: St. Brigid’s Centre for the Arts, 310 St. Patrick Street, Ottawa

Date: Saturday December 6, 2014

Schedule: Doors Open 9:30am, Event: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Check it out more detail here.

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You knew the last one was coming.

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Works for me.

Hahaha. Quickie.

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Louisiana’s Supreme Court has ruled that a priest may be compelled to testify as to what he heard in the confessional in 2008 concerning an abuse case. The priest, Fr Jeff Bayhi, faces automatic excommunication if he breaks the seal of the confessional. But he also could face jail if found to be in contempt of the court should he refuse to testify. (Source)

There goes the State again trying to impose itself on Religion.  The Catholic Church preceded all nation-states and Her doctrines and rules have served society very well. In fact, the boneheads who are trying to impose this seem to forget that the whole “client-solicitor” privilege between a lawyer and his client is based on the Catholic Church’s seal of the confessional.

But one good thing might come of it….we’re back to dark and anonymous confessionals where the priest does not get to hold your hand during “Reconciliation”.  That’s a bonus.

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At the Westglen Medical Centre in Calgary, Alberta, Dr. Chantal Barry will not prescribe artificial contraception. You know when she is on duty because of a sign that reads: The physician on duty today will not prescribe the birth control pill.

Good for her.  More courage and bravery like this is needed.


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When I started tuning in to my body’s signals about about fertility, I was absolutely blown away by what I learned. I mean, how did I get to be a grown-ass, sexually-active adult woman without any understanding that the fluid that comes out of your vagina is indicative of where you are in your cycle? I don’t know, but I’m certainly not the only one who operated for the majority of her reproductive life with a serious deficit in basic fertility knowledge: I just explained cervical fluid to two of my friends, who were absolutely shocked. I don’t know why this information isn’t covered in basic sex ed or written about in all those omnipresent women’s mag articles on fertility and contraception. We’re educated about the menstrual cycle and the hormones that play into it, but I don’t think it’s common knowledge that you can really only get pregnant for roughly seven to 10 days each month. It certainly wasn’t for me. (Source)

Lady, lady, lady….the reason that you were unaware is because Big Money wants to keep you clueless and ignorant.   You need to get with the program and realize the bigger agenda here.  It’s not the Catholic Church which wants to suppress this info.  It’s your liberal masters because they are making big money off of the sexually stupid.

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Socon or Bust’s fundraiser to help the persecuted Catholic children of Pakistan needs a little boost. So far we have raised a total of $418 for Mountain of Jesus Ministries, an initiative to provide relief to children of Pakistan from persecution and poverty.  In order to help our efforts along here at Socon or Bust, we are offering the movie For Greater Glory (on DVD) for a contribution of $30 or more (shipping included).  We’ve got thirteen of these movies in stock, so it’s first-come, first-serve.  (Please let me know if you intend to take advantage of this offer BEFORE donating.)

Otherwise, please consider contributing to our efforts if you have not yet done so.
I think this film is very relevant to what Catholics around the world are experiencing, especially those Catholics who are under the boot of their Islamic oppressors.  We are starting to lose our religious freedom (Contraceptive HHS mandate in the U.S.) and the right to participate in society (Trinity Western Law School).  Outside of the West, we are on the receiving end of the Islamicists.  In the West, the secularists and homosexualists want to deny us the basic civils rights like the right of association (the anti-Christian bigots of Nanaimo City Council). And even though many of the Islamicists and the Homosexualists goals are diametrically opposed to one another, they still share one goal which is the eradication of traditional Christian culture.  Obama’s administration is a perfect example of this when they even co-operate with one another to crush Christianity and stamp it out.

Unfortunately, most North American Catholics are simply clueless about the persecution Christians are suffering, and don’t even care as long as Kathleen Wynne and the corruption she represents preserves their union jobs.  The reason for this is because we have failed to preserve our identity in many important ways.  One of the consequences of failing to preserve our identity is that we fail to recognize our own family’s cry for help.  If we think of the situation of our own families and consider what our reaction is when they are suffering and in trouble, we are not as concerned with what’s going on outside of it. We need to take care of business within our own families before we can address what’s going on the outside.  You can bet the professional aggrieved groups in our culture take care of their own.  You know what?  We need to do the same and be a much more selective in our charitable giving.  We need to build up our Catholic identity again and stop it from being compared to the porous Mexican-American border.

And that starts with helping our own.   What passes as “social justice” in the Catholic Church needs a complete make-over and rework.  A lot of it is backwards-political thinking.  We need to change the program. We need to direct our social justice efforts to alleviating the sufferings of Catholics and other Christians first, especially those Catholics who take the risk of evangelizing in Muslim countries like Fr. Simon does in Pakistan, despite its blasphemy laws.  Political avante-guard causes, on which most of the modern social justice industry is based, should be dead last.  Preferably dead rather than last.  There is a greater glory and we need to seek it.


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Every day we hear and read trickles of frightening news about the persecution of Christians in the Middle East. For the first time in 1600 years there is no Holy Mass celebrated in Mosul, Iraq as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) attack Christians in the city. Similar scenes of devastation repeat themselves all over the Middle East. The assaults on beleaguered Christian communities in Pakistan are among the worst examples of Christian persecution by Muslim extremists and the violence is largely ignored by the mainstream media and Western governments….read the rest here at Catholic Insight

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From the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada:

Myths about income splitting a disservice to Canadian families

June 25, 2014, Ottawa — The Institute of Marriage and Family Canada is debunking myths about income splitting with its new report, released today.

An array of respected authors contributed to Busting income splitting myths: Income splitting is a viable option to help Canadian families come Budget 2015.  In it, they respond to false arguments brought forth by political and special interest groups on the proposed tax policy.

One common myth is that income splitting would help very few families, and only the rich.
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The reality of homosexuality is that there is a lot of pain and suffering that has to be worked on to overcome.

Please pray for people who struggle with this heavy cross.

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From our friends at Catholic Vote:

Dear CV Friend, 

“Deo Gratias.” 

Thanks be to God. 

That’s what a Catholic business owner who sued the U.S. government wrote me this morning following the Supreme Court decision. 

Specifically, the Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that closely-held corporations do not forfeit their First Amendment right to religious liberty, and therefore cannot be forced to comply with the HHS ‘contraception’ mandate. 

This means that thousands of private businesses run by Catholics and other people of faith are free to live their deeply held beliefs, and provide quality health coverage without the threat of crippling fines that could ruin their businesses and their lives. 
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This is just delicious.  Hits the spot.

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It started with the Nazis.

Now, it’s Corporate America.

Read this great article on how the gay movement has rolled over our culture:  Marriage, marketing, and intimidation.

The Gay Agenda will not survive the light of truth or the open exchange of ideas and debate.  That’s why when you hear about censorship, it won’t be difficult to figure out who is behind it and why.

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Here’s what we know.

We know that Catholic schools in Canada raised funds for Free the Children (FTC) to bring relief to Haiti following the devastating earthquake in 2010 (for example here and here).

We know that part of FTC’s help to Haiti in the aftermath of the earthquake was delivered by the condom-pushing NGO called Partners in Health.

We know that both Craig and Marc Kielburger consider condom distribution to be part of “basic medicine”. So when FTC’s website says that its work with PIH in Haiti involves providing “medical care” to Haitians, it’s entirely possible that this medical care included condoms. Condoms are, after all, a major activity of PIH.

Does that sound like a stretch? What do you suppose PIH was doing in Haiti following the earthquake? Do you think they stopped distributing condoms to focus exclusively on emergencies? Not a chance. They actually intensified contraception distribution, perhaps because the increased donations gave them more resources to do so. Read the rest of this entry »

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