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Kidnapped Syrian Nuns still live. The Religion of Pieces has demurred from removing their heads from their shoulders for the time being and are using them as pawns instead.
Here’s a message to the Anglicans and modernist Catholics, and it’s a simple message:
No sound preaching and teaching, no kids.
No kids, no future.
No future, fold up the tent and go home.
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If there was ever a reason to dump the public Catholic system and all the non-practising professional katholics who feed at its trough, this is it.
I am more and more convinced, because of this story and others like it, along with the slut vaccine that is being introduced, the public Catholic system is actually an impediment to Catholic formation and might even be, in many cases, an occasion of sin.
It’s time to pull the plug and put the onus back on the bishops to get serious about Catholic education.
Renounce Caesar and his money and strike out alone. It would certainly help align diocesan finances and ensure parents and the Church know where their bread is buttered.
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Still…it’s not all bad news:
Womyn clericalism just doesn’t work. Nor does dumping what Christianity is all about.
The Good news is that the Catholic Church will become more and more the only real player in Western Christianity. All of the national churches and mainline denominations are slouching towards nirvana and Sodom.
Squeaker in Christianity, Entertainment
Christian movie-makers are taking to the Silver Screen
At least one upcoming movie has a superstar actor lined up. Twentieth Century Fox is planning to release a movie next year called “Exodus”, where Christian Bale (of Batman fame) will play Moses and Ridley Scott (Prometheus, Gladiator) will be either directing or producing. (I really like Christian Bale, but I have trouble seeing him as Moses.)
Many stories in the Bible are grandiose and impressive. A good movie-maker should be able to make really impressive flicks with a number of those stories. The life of David, for example, was filled with battles, man hunts, family struggles and episodes of loyalty, betrayal, lust, murder and repentance. It could be made into a great movie featuring action, drama and suspense. (I could certainly see Christian Bale playing David).
Now there’s no more conservatives or Christians to beat on and marginalize…and now the consequences are before them. The sad thing is the people experiencing this violence now had little to do with inaugurating the grand multi-cult experiment. Typical liberal: hit and run.
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A study was published in 1994 examining the impact of parents’ church attendance on the future church attendance of their children once they become adults. While the study is a bit old, the results are probably still very actual because basic family dynamics don’t change that much. The results indicate that future church attendance of children is much more heavily influenced by the father’s religious practice than by the mother’s. Fr. Robbie Low, who was an Anglican minister at the time, summarized the results: Read the rest of this entry »
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Another great editorial from the Wall Street Journal on Islamic terrorism.
Squeaker in Christianity
We’ve all heard of people coming back from near-death experiences telling stories of what they experienced while they were “gone”. But this one is particularly interesting because it happened to a neurosurgeon while he was under intense medical observation during a seven-day coma. The doctor was a nominal Christian at the time but didn’t seem believe in God because such faith didn’t jibe with science.
During his near-death experience, which happened in 2008, the doctors around him could clearly see that his brain’s cortex—the part that controls thought and emotion – was completely shut down. Hence, it wasn’t possible for him to experience the vivid consciousness that occurred. Here’s how he explains it: Read the rest of this entry »
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Four Catholics (Pacheco girls), two Orthodox, and a High Lutheran = JOY Company Dancers
Ecumenical outreach in the New Evangelization.
Two of my girls in pink:
Check out the rest of their Me Without You? tour on their website.
The girls travel to Seniors Clubs and Retirement Homes performing for the love of Jesus Christ.
I guess it was pretty widespread around the world, too.
Funny, when you feel an earthquake, what’s the first thing to come to your mind?
Mine is God. What does an atheist think? Oh goodie….I get to go six feet under for eternity?
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Interesting. I am of the opinion that Our Lady of Fatima will signify to the Muslims what she did to the Aztecs in Mexico under Our Lady of Guadalupe.
There is no other explanation as to why Our Lady chose the Muslim-significant town in Portugal to appear.
Police Refused to Halt Muslim Rape gang: Police and social workers apologise to girls tortured by ‘medieval’ savage predators, but chief constable refuses to resignPosted on May 16th, 2013 by Paycheck in Islam
Any culture which refuses to acknowledge its roots is a culture that’s dead in all but name. These secular-Islamicist-ass-kissers are killing us.
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Keith, I hope secularism feels the boot of Islam on its neck. Then maybe you will be disabused of your rather stupid ideas of how bad Christianity was.
Of course, it’s we Christians that will be left to suffer Islam. The Secularists don’t reproduce. They just screw the culture up and then die.