Jews Served in the Confederate Army – The Jewish Magazine

The Jewish people historically want their history told as accurately as possible. It amazes me why they want to distance themselves from a past that was honorable. A past that was good to them and one in which they were accepted as equal MORE

Judah Philip Benjamin served as the Attorney General, Secretary of War, and Secretary of State for the Confederacy. The first Jewish-American to serve on an executive cabinet in American history, he has received the title “brains of the Confederacy” by scholars for his apparent position as Jefferson Davis’ right hand. MORE

Remember when Francis-Bergoglio Denies Hell?

January 21, 2021 – St. Agnes, Virgin & Martyr
Double Feast  Remember when: January 21, 2021 – St. Agnes, Virgin & Martyr Double Feast

Francis-Bergoglio Denies Hell, and the Roof Collapses around Him — Literally Within Hours of His Heretical Statement From: The TRADITIO Fathers. It Wasn’t That Long Ago, Good Friday 2018, When the Roof of St. Paul’s Archbasilica in Rome Collapsed around Francis-Bergoglio. When just Hours Before He Had Committed the Heresy Of Denying the Existence of Hell

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My reply to FITZINFO.NET It’s the one with Francis and the communists and Jews

My reply to FITZINFO.NET  It’s the one with Francis and the communists and Jews, which got printed.
REPLY: pope John XXIII is the precursor of the “Man of Sin Paul VI” . pope John XXIII is the Star that falls from Heaven and opens up the Gates of Hell. (Vatican II Council) in Apocalypse 9. Paul VI becomes the first AntiChrist by enforcing the heretical degrees of the Council and try’s to eliminate the Mass, other sacraments and doctrinal Bibles. 

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From one extreme to another

If you’re someone who’s not a fan of cold weather, chances are you won’t be taking any trips to the Russian city of Yakutsk anytime soon. The city is currently in the midst of an abnormally long period of harsh subzero cold that is considered unusual even for Siberia’s standards. VIDEO

Mankind and Unity “That all may be one” January 18, feast of St. Peters Chair in Rome, to January 25

ON THE EVE of His passion, Christ prayed, “That all may be one. Even as thou, Father, in me and I in thee; that they also may be one in us, that the world may believe that thou hast sent me” (John 17:21)

Far back in the fifth century St. Prosper of Aquitaine wrote, “The Church pleads before God everywhere, not only for the saints and those regenerated in Christ, but also for all infidels and all enemies of the cross of Christ, for all worshipers of idols, for all who persecute Christ in his members, for the Jews whose blindness does not see the light of the Gospel, for heretics and schismatics who are alien to the unity of faith and charity.”

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