Monthly Archives: September 2013

Meet The Little Sisters Of The Poor.. Apparently, They Are Not Very Religious…

Originally posted on Rightlinks Blog – Because I didn't fight communism in Vietnam so that I could surrender to communism in America…:
The Little Sisters of the Poor are an international Roman Catholic Congregation of women Religious founded in…

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True Christianity is an Organized Religion – Visible to the World in ALL AGES

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Fr. Barron: Who is Jesus and what makes him unique?

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Dr. Peter Kreeft's conversion to Catholicism from Protestantism

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Fr Giertych on contraception and the coming violence

This is the second excerpt from the LifeSiteNews 40-minute video interview in Rev. Wojciech Giertych’s residence in the papal palace in Vatican City. The second off camera question was asked by LifeSiteNews Managing Director Steve Jalsevac. See the LifeSiteNews report … Continue reading

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WHAT POPE FRANCIS REALLY SAID ABOUT ATHEISTS

Lots of hoopla based on low knowledge reports… Pope Francis raised a lot of eyebrows Wednesday after saying all people who do good works, including atheists, are going to heaven. At least, that’s how the Huffington Post interpreted Pope Francis’ … Continue reading

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Why the Rosary is Biblical

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Purgatory: The Purifying Fire

So that the genuineness of your faith, more precious than gold which though perishable is tested by fire… 1 Peter 1:7 Another commonly misunderstood teaching of the Church concerns Purgatory. Purgatory is not a second-chance for damned souls to repent. … Continue reading

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Mary and the Catholic Church

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Unitive and Procreative: What is Marriage? Part II

Aristotle, the great philosopher of ancient Greece, in his Politics, makes something of a romantic statement (for those who know him, something exceptionally unusual). He says that all human society begins with the love of a man for a woman. … Continue reading

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