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Modern Error: Unconditional Mercy

A majestic Jesus with the halo of divinity and a well-defined Sacred Heart gives a clear blessing; To the right a worker-like Jesus without a defined   halo and without a  heart makes a gesture more like a “hello” than a blessing… 755 more words

Bad Fruit Of Vatican II

Twenty-ninth Tuesday in Ordinary Time

From the Word of the Day

For he is our peace, he made both one and broke down the dividing wall of enmity, through his Flesh, abolishing the law with its commandments and legal claims, that he might create in himself one new person in place of the two, thus establishing peace, and might reconcile both with God, in one Body.” 286 more words

Pope John Paul II


I recently found this picture and caption and felt a little confused:

Did you pick up on my confusion?  The claim that the picture was of the pope being “progressive” was kind of unsettling and eye-opening.   129 more words

Thoughts And Testimonies

A Protector

September 11/2014

She was the perfect image of a quaint, old church lady, with brown curly hair, gentle winkles on her face, round cheeks and bright blue eyes, bending over a prayer book. 342 more words


Man, JP2 and B16 sure did have a knack for raising heretics to positions of authority

So to summarize and perhaps expand just a bit on a little Twitter conversation, one thing that is especially interesting and dismaying to me about the Catholic conversation of recent weeks is how widely the uber-Catholics had to expand the circle of those who must be included among the bad guys, the ones who are not Catholic enough, those who have betrayed their faith and capitulated to the spirit of the world, in order to make their case that the discussion at the synod was evidence of the smoke of Satan in the Church . 491 more words

Pope Francis

An Analysis of Love

Love has been said to be the greatest of all virtues (1 Cor. 13:13), the greatest of the commandments (Mt. 22:36-37) and even the very nature of God (1 Jn. 880 more words

Thomas Aquinas