Ireland: Abortions will be cost-free for women

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St. Patrick driving out the snakes.

Unbelievable. Ireland has gone from the Emerald jewel of the Catholic Church to the barbaric level of insanity. This is what happens when you join up with the E.U. and the Apostate Church.

After voters repealed a decades-old abortion ban in May, Harris is tasked with drafting a new law to govern abortion, NPR reports. That law is expected to be submitted to the legislature next month and could be enacted by January, according to the publication. MORE

The best and logical way to stop Abortion

Since Roe V’s Wade the Religious community of our country have tried numerous ways to reverse Abortions from boycotting clinics, driving up insurance costs, imposing stiff regulations and preaching to the individuals. Some cities have drop off centers where mothers can leave there unwanted babies but this has done little to cut down the abortions. In researching the cost of an abortion I have found that it varies from State to State. Some States are as low as $400.00 to a high of about $1200,00 in the United States.  Those States who charge a low rate makes it unprofitable to schedule abortions with greater frequency.

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The latest attack on Islam: It’s not a religion

From the fringes. Can’t believe this.

Religious liberty has become a particularly politicized topic in recent years, and recent months were no different. In a long-awaited June decision, the Supreme Court decided in favor of a Christian baker who refused to make a custom wedding cake for a gay couple. In July, Attorney General Jeff Sessions introduced a “religious liberty task force”  MORE

“Gay” Mess:’s & the Peace Symbol

“Gay” Mess:  I remember seeing this in the 70’s but can’t find it anywhere yet. Also at the time Priests were also wearing the Peace Symbol of the upside down cross as well. If anyone has any pictures of these Gay Mess’s or Peace Mess’s back then, please forward them to me.  

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Gay ‘Mess’ in which presbyters gather around the bishop in the rainbow-colored flag, the Radical Gay Movement’s war banner Roger Cardinal Mahony St. Dominic’s Church,
Eagle Rock, California February 4, 2001

The 9/11 Saints and the 9/11 Victims

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What I neglected to Relate until now.

Don’t ask me to explain this, I have been reading my Missal daily since at least the 60’s and here 17 years after the 9/11 terrorist attack and according to my Maryknoll Missal the Saints for September 11 Protus and Hyacinth were burned alive. We know hundreds of the 9/11 victims were burned alive in those Twin Towers.

God sometimes puts these blinders on me for whatever reason unknown to me but to be revealed at a later time. As far as I know no one else related these two coincidences either. Checking back to 2001 breaking news story was, “By the early 2000s, Church sexual abuse was a major global story. In the US, determined reporting by the Boston Globe newspaper .”

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The Amazing parallel of Julian the Apostate and today’s Liberal Agenda

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I checked out this article and found it consistent with Catholic Historians.  In Christ, Joseph

According to some historians, the influence of that Roman ruler, known as Julian “the Apostate” (A.D. 361-363), was a critical point in the history of the Christian movement. Let us pick up some background on this matter.

The new religion of Jesus Christ was scarcely out of its swaddling clothes when persecution hit it hard. First, as the book of Acts indicates, the Jews targeted the Christian movement as an object of determined persecution. Then, in the latter days of Nero’s administration (A.D. 54-68), the Lord’s disciples fell victim to the forces of the Roman Empire. MORE

Democrats pick several firsts

ST. PAUL, Minn. — In a night of firsts, Democrats in Vermont’s primary chose the nation’s first transgender gubernatorial nominee. In Minnesota, they picked a woman who would be the first Somali-American member of Congress. Connecticut Democrats nominated a candidate who could become the first black woman from the state to serve in Congress. MORE