Vol 10 Issue 42 ~ Editor: Rev. Fr. Courtney Edward Krier
October 21, 2017 ~ Saint Hilarion, opn!
1. Is the Chair of Peter Vacant? An Argument for Sedevacantism
2. Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost
3. St. Philip, Bishop
4. Family and Marriage
5. Articles and notices
Is a belief in a god necessary to make a person moral? I use a small ‘g’ because many religions, such as the Mohammedans and Jews claim a belief in a “god”, but generally are completely immoral—worse than perhaps no religion. Continue reading →
Our NAFTA brothers to the north stabbed us in the back
Airbus scored a point in its high-stakes rivalry with Boeing by striking a deal just across the U.S. border.
The European plane maker reached an unusual, no-cost deal with Canada’s Bombardier that sent Airbus shares up Tuesday, boosts both companies’ prospects in Asia and should save thousands of Bombardier jobs from Quebec to Northern Ireland. MORE
DUBLIN — Ireland dived into a cleanup effort on Tuesday after one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the northeastern Atlantic tore across the island, killing at least three people and leaving a trail of destruction.
Officials said hundreds of thousands of people in the country remained without power on Tuesday, after the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia tore roofs off buildings in Ireland’s largest cities, Dublin and Cork, and pushed ocean water over sea walls on its west coast. MORE
Dear friends of the Faith.
It is my hope to make you aware that in 1973, I officially announced the Second Coming of Christ and that He will come back on Pentecost Sunday (Middle East Time). As of 2015 we are finally approaching the last few years. He will return, shortly after the Biblical Chastisement of the fire from Heaven which will seem to come from the SUN. Understand that the faithful will be protected. Apoc.16:2-9 and 20:9. Continue reading →
As I promised in my last post, today I want to offer a somewhat different view of U.S. strategy in the Middle East. I’ve been traveling for the past 10 days, giving talks at several venues in the United Kingdom and attending the World Economic Forum’s meeting of Global Agenda Councils in Abu Dhabi. There …MORE
“The Sultan and the Saint,” an award-winning film about a historic dialogue between different faiths, has premiered to wide applause in Egypt, the home of its central character, Sultan Mohammad Malik Al-Kamel ibn Al-Adel Al-Ayoubi. MORE
CAIRO — Pope Francis has confirmed that Egypt will be included as an official Roman Catholic Church pilgrimage destination next year, sparking hope that the country’s tourism industry can be revived. The first pilgrims should begin arriving in Egypt in May, according to Tourism Minister Yahya Rashed. MORE
Note..It was the Rev. Billy Graham which opened the door for an official U.S. Ambassador to the Vatican. In Christ, Joseph
Remarks at the Welcoming Ceremony for Pope John Paul II in Fairbanks, Alaska
May 2, 1984
The President. Well, now, I want to welcome Your Holiness to the United States and, on behalf of the American people, say how pleased and privileged we are to have you among us. We’re just returning from a mission of peace, and I can think of no more fitting close to this journey than to be here in the presence of Your Holiness, who has worked so diligently for recognition of the rights and dignity of the individual and for peace among nations. Continue reading →
The language of Netanyahu and his cabinet increasingly references a Bible-citing and religious, rather than political, war against the Palestinians. And American evangelicals are his enthusiastic foot-soldiers. MORE
The document is located on the website of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).
“HHS accomplishes its mission through programs and initiatives that cover a wide spectrum of activities, serving and protecting Americans at every stage of life, beginning at conception,” the document states initially. MORE