MacKenzie Scott, donated over $4.2 billion

In days gone by, the rich were mainly Republican and the Democrats were poor. NOT ANYMORE.

Scott is among those billionaires whose fortunes have soared since the pandemic first crippled the U.S. in March. Her wealth is now valued at more than $60 billion, representing a boost of almost $24 billion since the start of the year, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. MORE

Colorado Wildfire. Every disorder in the world is a reflection of Mortal Sin

My Dear Faithful:
Every disorder in the world is a reflection of Mortal Sin.
I remember reading this in one of the Lentin readings. I find, even with Traditional Catholics that most are in denial of the increase and intensity of these natural disasters since the close of the Vatican II Council, including the Covid 19 virus. Since my announcement of the “Second Coming of Christ.” in 1973 I foretold that these natural disasters would no doubt increase in frequency as we get closer to the End Times. The book of the Apocalypse clearly explains and anyone who denies this or tries to compare this with past history, has to be a lying hypocrite preaching from the Gates of Hell.
In Christ, Joseph.

Colorado Wildfire Grows Into Largest in State History VIDEO

Church Teaching on Voting

Vote 2020 | Auburn Examiner

by Father John Laux, M.A. 3-25-1932
Under Voting. Since citizens have a large share in the election of all public officers from the President to the town marshal, they should fulfill such a duty faithfully and conscientiously. There may even be a moral obligation to vote at elections in order to prevent the election of one who would do grave (moral) public harm if elected. If the choice lies between candidates who are equally good or equally bad, there is no obligation in conscience to cast one’s vote.
Nihil Obstat J.M. Lelen Censor LibrorumImprimatur + Francis W. Howard Bishop of Covington, Kentucky

Ginsburg’s Death ‘Pushed Me To Join The Satanic Temple’

Here you have it my friends. “We must join up with Satan to crush the Christian morality that they will force upon us.”

Like so many other women in the United States, when I learned of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s passing, my first reaction was not grief but fear. I fear that American citizens are inching closer to living in a theocracy or dictatorship and that the checks meant to prevent this from happening are close to eroding beyond repair. MORE