Monthly Archives: January 2014

Sunday Night Prime – 1/26/2014: What Are Sins Against The Holy Spirit? Fr. Andrew Apostoli

In Chapter 12 in the Gospel of Luke, Jesus tells us that a sin against the Holy Spirit cannot be Forgiven (And whosoever speaks a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but to him that shall … Continue reading

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The End Of Abortion Movement

Please add the intentions of ending abortion, contraception, human embryonic stemcel research and euthanasia to your daily prayers, particularly the Rosary. There is nothing more important that you can do on a daily basis than pray to end the  holocaust of abortion. Nothing. The … Continue reading

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Brit Hume on the Moral Case for Defending Life – Mincing is for meat, not for words

Brit Hume comments on the March For Life on January 25th, 2014. He gets right to the point.  Mincing is for meat – not for words. Love this…

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Listen to the beat… Of the babies lost today… Powerful…

This video speaks for itself… Listen… Mourn… Act…  “If you’re an age where you have ever used the internet as a teenager, you have survived the governmental approval of your murder.”

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Please Explain Jesus: "Call No Man "Father"

Call no man “Father”? If not, then you can’t call anyone “Doctor”, “Mister”, “Teacher”, either…

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EWTN Video Broadcast From Walk For Life 2014 – Including Monica Lynne Snyder from Secular Pro Life

Yesterday, 1/25/2014, was the anual Walk For Life in San Francisco. It was awesome! There were many great speakers at the rally. Actresses, former Planned Parenthood workers, agnostics/atheists and many others. Two who really stand out to me.  Monica Lynne … Continue reading

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The Perfect Marriage

I recently saw what I originally thought was a great meme on Facebook. It was about marriage and what makes one perfect:   Photo credit – Jennifer Akers Reams It actually is pretty cool, but I woke up this morning … Continue reading

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Video from March For Life

Today is the forty first anniversary of the Supreme Court decision making abortion on demand legal in the United States. Not surprisingly, President Obama celebrated the legality of ending the life of an (defenseless) unborn human being so that women … Continue reading

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Novena of Salvation

via Robin Ricketts

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Prayer to Spiritually Adopt an Unborn Child

Jesus, Mary, Joseph, I love you very much.  I beg you to spare the life of the unborn child that I have spiritually adopted who is in danger of abortion. Amen. Archbishop Fulton Sheen

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Monogamy is unnatural

Originally posted on The Matt Walsh Blog:
Monogamous marriages are unnatural. On this, I agree with the emailer below. Now, behold these enlightening thoughts that I found in my inbox this morning: Greetings Mr. Walsh, I am a college professor,…

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Once Saved, Always Saved?

Many Evangelicals believe in the doctrine of “Once Saved, Always Saved” – basically, once you have accepted Jesus into your heart as your personal Lord and Savior, you can never lose your salvation. It doesn’t matter what you do after … Continue reading

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What is the Mass?

Where is the Mass in Scripture? What is the Mass? Listen to Fr. Larry Richards to find out… As Fr. Richards mentions, you cannot understand the Book of Revelation without the Mass. The Book of Revelation IS the Mass! The … Continue reading

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