Why Catholics and Jews dominate at the Supreme Court

That the nominee for the country’s highest bench should pop up in photos volunteering for a Catholic aid group is no surprise at this point. When Trump announced his selection, Kavanaugh talked about being “part of the vibrant Catholic community in the D.C. area … united by a commitment to serve.” He also gave a nod to schooling: “The motto of my Jesuit high school was ‘Men for others.’ I’ve tried to live that creed.”

Kavanaugh’s inclusion on the court would preserve the Catholic majority, with six justices reared and formed in that tradition. (Neil Gorsuch attends an Episcopal Church but grew up Catholic and attended the same Catholic high school as Kavanaugh.)

The remaining three justices are Jewish. MORE
 

Insight into the Catholic Faith presents Catholic Tradition Newsletter

 

Vol 11 Issue 28 ~ Editor: Rev. Fr. Courtney Edward Krier
July 14, 2018 ~ Saint Bonaventure, opn!

  1. What is the Sacrament of Confirmation
  2. Eighth Sunday after Pentecost
  3. Saint Henry
  4. Family and Marriage
  5. Articles and notices

Dear Reader:

On July 7 the President of the Philippines, during a Science Conference, rejected the concept of original sin and redemption as also the proliferation of seers claiming to see God. Continue reading

Supreme Court Overturns “Catholic” University Dismissal of Professor Who Stood against “Gay” Marriage

Professor John McAdams stood against “gay” marriage at a Marquette University, in Wisconsin, which claims to be a “Catholic” run by the Marxist Newjesuit Order, to which Newpope Francis-Bergoglio himself belongs. For doing his job as a Catholic, he was suspended indefinitely without pay by the Newjesuits. But the Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned the corrupt Newjesuits and ruled that they had violated McAdams’ right to free speech and the guarantee of academic freedom that the Newjesuits had given him in his contract to teach. The court ordered that he be “restored immediately with his full rank, tenure, compensation, and benefits.” Continue reading

The Almsless Catholic Published in the booklet, ‘Faith and Fear’

If someone told you that Catholicism was a religion of world domination, you might be taken aback, even shocked. But if you were an instructed social Catholic you would, on reflection, see that there is an essential truth in this crudely put statement. You might respond by agreeing, but adding the rider that the Catholic religion seeks to dominate the world not by arms, but by alms; alms not so much for the materially poor as for the spiritually poor. Continue reading

What will the new SSPX Superior General mean to Traditionalists ~ Month of the Precious Blood

Obviously Bishop Williamson’s restoration following are ecstatic over Bishop Fellays demise. Whether or not this will bring the two groups together remains to be seen. Most likely,  the new superior Father Davide Pagliarani, will cancel the negotiations with Rome, for now. Unfortunately this could hurt the Sede Vacantes who have gotten some of the SSPX people who left because of Bishop Fellays negotiations with (pope) Francis. For the most part, I would say that most of the SSPX people are relieved over the anxiety that Bishop Fellay was causing among themselves.

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Israeli president stands up against Arab discrimination

Various proposals for a new Basic Law, formally known as “Israel: The Nation State of the Jewish People,” or the “Nationality Law” for short, have been sitting before the Knesset for several years now. The proposed law is intended to protect the rights of the Jewish majority, infuriate and dishonor Israel’s Palestinian population and prove that the people behind the law are true patriots. MORE

Communiqué of the General House of the Society of Saint Pius X

Hopefully this is a victory against AntiChrist Rome.

On July 11, 2018, Father Davide Pagliarani was elected Superior General, for a mandate of 12 years, by the 4th General Chapter of the Society of Saint Pius X.

The new Superior General is 47 years old and is of Italian nationality. He received the sacrament of Holy Orders from the hands of Bishop Bernard Fellay in 1996. He exercised his apostolate in Rimini (Italy), then in Singapore, before being appointed Superior of the District of Italy. Since 2012, he was Rector of Our Lady Co-Redemptrix Seminary of La Reja (Argentina). MORE

The un-churching of America As churches close, a way of life fades

For 100 years, Lutherans in this farming community on the Minnesota prairie have come to one church to share life’s milestones.

They have been baptized, confirmed and married at La Salle Lutheran. Their grandparents, parents and siblings lie in the church cemetery next door. MORE