Vol 11 Issue 10 ~ Editor: Rev. Fr. Courtney Edward Krier
All men are vain in whom there is not the knowledge of God; and who by these good things that are seen, could not understand Him that is, neither by attending to the works have acknowledged who was the workman. (Wisdom 13:1)
March 10, 2018 ~ Forty Holy Martyrs, opn!
1. Mary as Co-Redemptrix
2. Laetare Sunday
3. Saint Eulogius
4. Family and Marriage
5. Articles and notices
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As I travel up and down Idaho’s first congressional district, I frequently talk with voters about how we almost lost everything in November 2016. When I ask what a Hillary Clinton presidency would have meant for this country, almost every single time I get a response like “it would have been over” or “we would have been finished”. MORE
It’s the first real solo win for anti-establishment protest parties in a Western democracy, and a triumph for populist and racist parties. But post-election coalition chaos will spark anxiety in the EU – and delight in the Kremlin MORE
See what happens when society rises up against injustice.
In 1960, black students staged sit-ins that forced Woolworth’s to desegregate its lunch counters, and other stores and restaurants followed suit. In 1986, General Motors, Coca-Cola and dozens of other U.S. corporations pulled out of apartheid-era South Africa after years of pressure from activists, college students and investors. MORE
Letters to the editor Daily Breeze. March 4, 2018.
Gun control demands a simple solution for anyone with a heart, a little compassion and most importantly common sense. Ban the war weapon, AR-15. It has no place in a civilian society. It is a weapon of war to be used by the military, not in untrained inexperience civilian population. Continue reading
March 3, 2018 M/O St. Joseph
Most of us can remember that song from the past and it has a logical meaning since love and hate are one of those emotions which effects all of us who are in a close relationship with a loved one.
When it comes to Traditional Catholics and because of the changes brought about because of the Vatican II Council the hurt and confusion hasn’t ceased since the offset.
In a bizarre disconnect, 40 percent of U.S. Catholics believe that Christian persecution around the world is “severe,” and yet they are more concerned about climate change and the global refugee crisis than the sufferings of their co-religionists. MORE
Republican lawmakers in Georgia made good on a threat to eliminate a proposed tax break for Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines, after the carrier declined to reverse a decision to cut ties with the National Rifle Association. MORE
In September Los Angeles County replaced Columbus day with Indigenous day. I wrote a Letter to the Breeze newspaper cursing L.A. The paper left out the curse. I figured God would hit L.A. with something, comes October 12. but He did better he got both North & South of California with the Fires. About 5 of them. The biggest and most deadly ever was the Thomas Fire. Hello, the Doubting St. Thomas-es. $1:8 Billion dollars damage and this is not counting the mud slides that happened latter when the rains came.
My readers know that I have been warning everyone about the weather conditions since I announced the Second Coming of Christ in the 70’s. Apocalyptic Weather and the Lord’s Return go hand in hand. Prepare ye for the Coming of the Lord: Unfortunately, not this year.
Oh you of little faith, how long will I be with you?
To under stand the spirits you need to understand that the more laws you need the more pagan society is.
Societies become pagan because of the lack of grace. This country has lost it’s senses over what is right or wrong today. As a result we have to make more laws to protect the community. Also the Church in the past gave us diabolical protection through out the world, for the most part. Through the Sacraments. That’s gone now and it will most likely get worse. That’s why we have to get ready for the Great Chastisement of fire.
The litany of St. Joseph, one of only six approved by the Church for public as well as private use, sums up qualities that made him such an important part of the Holy Family (pictured above).
Although he does not appear much in scripture, this “just man” (as he is called in Matthew 1:19), a humble carpenter, served our Lord and the Blessed Virgin Mary faithfully as His “foster-father” and her “chaste guardian,” as he is called below.
In referring to St. Joseph as a “diligent protector” of Christ, this litany brings to mind his important role in taking Mary and the infant child Jesus to Egypt to protect our Lord from being killed by King Herod (Matt 3:13-16).
The Litany of St. Joseph, in referring to him as a “patron of the dying” gives one of many examples of his patronage. The faithful ask for his assistance for workers, home buyers (and sellers) and, of course, carpenters, among many others!
When this litany is prayed in public, the congregation responds to a leader with the words in italics.
Lord, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.
Christ, hear us.
Christ, graciously hear us.
In the countless consumer boycotts that have emerged in the wake of political debate over the past few years, it seems that it’s actually a “buycott” approach — rewarding companies with purchases rather than withholding one’s business — that’s got retail executives listening. MORE