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Street’s biggest Apple bull: here’s how stock will hit $202  

Apple‘s stock continues to hit new highs — and on Monday, investors pushed Apple’s total market value to over $800 billion.

Apple shares briefly surpassed a price of $153.44 a share, and with Apple’s 5.214 billion shares outstanding, according to its latest quarterly report, that makes its total market capitalization just over $800 billion. MORE

We apologize for lack of photos and thank you for your patience and prayers.

Two weeks ago, April 27, 2017, Catholicendtimetruths was attacked by hackers. Not once, but twice. Fortunately they were only able to take down the front page.

However, struggling to get everything back into place, there was a second attempt. The hacker was able to dissolve years of photo’s.

Thank You God for little favors, they were unable to destroy the content.

We now moved the page to a new server, changed all passwords and are readjusting, trying hard to locate, download and reinstall files. Thank you for your patience.

FWI – One of our first posts was April 3, 2013 – The only thing we know about the hacker was he/she was from Brazil. 

Yours truly,

Why the Vatican II popes cannot be Popes and Explanation of Church Teaching on Papal Infallibility

by Rev. Fr. Noel Barbara  RIP
Hear, Father Noel Barbara’s dynamic lecture,  given originally in French by Fr. Barbara in the 1980’s. The author (who was probably the first European priest to come to the conclusion of the vacancy in the papal chair), “after recalling the Catholic doctrine on the Church and its Magisterium, shows why the popes of Vatican II cannot be  popes.”

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Why there can Never be Another True Pope

To understand the seriousness of the situation in the Church as a result of the Vatican II council you need to understand theology. Catholics are bound by the deposit of faith, not by private revelations,  private opinions of prelates or doctors of the church. 

As I have said many times before is that again, never in the history of the Catholic Church have we ever been without a true Pope besides the period of interregnum, and these periods have lasted only days, months or years from when a Pope has died or resigned and the next elected. Continue reading

VICTORY: LGBT bill to allow children to “consent” to psychiatric therapy is stopped in Colorado Senate — after hard-hitting pro-family testimony

Parents fight back even harder

Five pro-family people who came to testify – including two from Colorado MassResistance, a constitutional attorney, and representatives of Colorado Citizens Commission on Human Rights and Lutheran Family Services.

They warned the Senators that the bill allowed for a dangerous overreach by mental health staff at schools. It virtually removed accountability for therapists (to parents or anyone else) and would lead to inappropriate testing, misdiagnoses, and bad treatment plans. It would certainly prompt lawsuits because of the bill’s dubious constitutionality, given the history of Supreme Court decisions favoring parental rights. MORE

Texas Adoption Agencies Could Soon Ban Gays, Jews, Muslims

(AP) — Parents seeking to adopt children in Texas could soon be rejected by public or private agencies with religious objections to them being Jewish, Muslim, gay, single, or interfaith couples, under a proposal advancing in the Republican-controlled Legislature.

Five other states have passed similar laws protecting faith-based adoption organizations that refuse to place children with gay parents or other households on religious grounds — but Texas’ rule extends to state-funded agencies. Only South Dakota’s is similarly sweepingly. MORE

Tornado destroys Texas Catholic church—but statue of Mary survives

I’ve seen about five of these cases in the last 4 years or so. One statue at Joplin? MO. was Our Lady of Sorrows. It was the only thing standing in the whole city, or at least in that block.

The video here, from CNN, is remarkable for a number of reasons—including the dignity the newscaster shows the church and its parishioners. (It’s also one of the few times I’ve heard a reporter use the verb “celebrate” with Mass; usually reporters talk about how people “attend” Mass or “hear” Mass.) MORE

Older-worker rate highest since 1962

These people need some kind of incentive to retire so others can take their place.
More Americans age 65 and over are still punching the clock, and the last time the percentage was this high was when John F. Kennedy was in the White House.

Last month, 19 percent of Americans age 65 and over were still working, according to government data released Friday. That’s the highest rate since 1962, and it caps a long trend higher since the figure bottomed out at 10 percent in 1985. MORE

Insight into the Catholic Faith presents the Catholic Tradition Newsletter

Vol 10 Issue 18 ~Editor: Rev. Fr. Courtney Edward Krier
May 6, 2017 ~ Saint John before the Latin Gate

1. Is the Chair of Peter Vacant? An Argument for Sedevacantism
2. Third Sunday after Easter
3. Saint Stanislaus
4. Family and Marriage
5. Articles and notices

Dear Reader:
This week most Catholics will be looking forward to commemorating the Apparition of Our Lady of Fatima. Continue reading

NC House Passed HB 330 – Allowing Drivers To Legally Drive Through Protesters Who Block Roads

This is the second state to do so…N or S Dakota is the other

A new bill has passed the NC House that would allow North Carolina drivers to drive through protesters who are blocking the road without being sued, as long as they “exercise due care.”

The North Carolina House passed HB 330 with a 67-48 vote.

 It was introduced by Republican Justin Burr and “provides that a person driving an automobile while exercising due care is immune for civil liability for any injury to another if the injured person was participating in a demonstration or protest and blocking traffic.” MORE

Royal Decree Allows Saudi Women Access to Public Services

Women rest after casting their votes at a polling station during municipal elections, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia December 12, 2015. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser

Jeddah- Saudi King Salman Bin Abdulaziz on Thursday issued a directive relieving women from the prerequisite of obtaining the consent of guardians in order to receive public services, “unless there is a legal basis for this request in accordance with the provisions of Islamic law.”

King Salman bin Abdulaziz had passed the notice over to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdulaziz, who is also Interior Minister. MORE

20 million people in 4 countries on the brink of famine

The United Nations says it needs $4.4 billion by July to prevent famine in Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia and northeastern Nigeria.

U.N. humanitarian chief Stephen O’Brien, who just returned from field missions to the affected countries, told Security Council members Friday that the United Nations is facing its largest humanitarian crisis since the organization’s creation. He said that without the necessary funding and full, safe and unimpeded access for aid workers, people will die. MORE

May Jewish American Heritage Month

President Donald Trump proclaimed May Jewish American Heritage Month, continuing a tradition maintained by every president since 2006.

“During Jewish American Heritage Month, we celebrate our nation’s strong American Jewish heritage, rooted in the ancient faith and traditions of the Jewish people. The small band of Dutch Jews who first immigrated in 1654, seeking refuge and religious liberty, brought with them their families, their religion, and their cherished customs, which they have passed on from generation to generation,” read the proclamation issued late Friday by the White House. MORE