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Lets remind the world what marriage is…

In the mist of the sexual revolution Pope Paul VI issued an encyclical letter titled Humanae Vitae to address moral issues facing the church about marriage, sexuality and moral law. 675 more words


An Interview with Dr. Alice von Hildebrand on the Devil, Communism, and Pope Paul VI, The Sad One

Kudos to Rorate-Caeli blog for posting the interview below where Dr. Alice von Hildebrand’s discusses, among other topics, the sad legacy of Pope Paul VI as well as the communist infiltration of the Vatican.  2,321 more words

Traditional Catholic

St. Joseph Cathedral - Butuan City, Agusan Del Norte, Caraga, Philippines


Significant events in the history of the church are as follows: The First Easter Mass was held in 1521. A Mission was founded by the Jesuits in 1596. 154 more words


William Tell, Large Families, and the Church

Since my husband is half Swiss (of the Swiss Caviezel family, Jim’s a cousin), his family lore was that William Tell was an ancestor (Swiss, he supposedly shot an apple from someone’s head) … so, as a second generation Swiss man, he was interested in the Swiss guards. 745 more words


Nearness of God


Feast of Corpus Christi

Neither is there any other nation so great, that hath gods so nigh them, as our God is present… … 459 more words

Christian Life

Saint of the Day for Thursday, June 4th, 2015: St. Francis Caracciolo

Saint of the Day for Thursday, June 4th, 2015

St. Francis Caracciolo

Founder of the Minor Clerks Regular with St. John Augustine Adorno. He was born in 1563, a member of a noble Neapolitan family. 69 more words

This One is for the Girls

(Cross-posted at trainingindevotion.com)

I realize that you have probably already seen this. Watch it again. Let the words sink in. Let me repeat my favorite line: “You are powerful and strong and capable.” Often, in women’s sessions at retreats or other places, we are told we are beautiful, but how often do we hear that we are powerful? 400 more words