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Yet another book about pope Francis' heresies from a Catholic author

The Dictator Pope: The Inside Story of the Francis Papacy
By Marcantonio Colonna* (aka Henry Sire)
Regenery Publishing, 2018 Revised Edition, 232 pages

After cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected to the papacy on March 13, 2013, many were immediately impressed by his seemingly humble, pastoral approach, which was a noticeable contrast to the rigorous doctrinalism of John Paul II and Benedict XVI. 562 more words

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The Precious Blood A Lesson of Sacrifice 

Meditation on the Most Precious Blood of Jesus

The Precious Blood A Lesson of Sacrifice

Why did the Eternal Father choose for His coequal Son that He should close His sojourn on earth by the cruel agony and unspeakable degradation of shedding for man the last drop of the Precious Blood? 244 more words

St. Leo IV

St. Leo IV., Pope and Confessor

HE was son of a Roman nobleman, had been educated in the monastery of St. Martin without the walls, and was made by Sergius II. 953 more words

St. Symphorosa and Her Seven Sons

St. Symphorosa and Her Seven Sons, Martyrs

A.D. 120.

TRAJAN’S persecution in some degree continued during the first year of Adrian’s reign, whence Sulpicius Severus places the fourth general persecution under this emperor. 1,878 more words

St. Camillus of Lellis

St. Camillus of Lellis

On the Festival of the Holy Apostles, St. Peter and St, Paul, in the year 1746, Benedict XIV., with great solemnity, canonized Camillus, the founder of the congregation of regular priests, who, besides the three usual vows, bound themselves especially to serve the sick. 2,309 more words

The Precious Blood Quenching the Flames of Hell 

Meditation on the Most Precious Blood of Jesus

The Precious Blood Quenching the Flames of Hell

Mortal sin can only have two endings: to be blotted out by the Precious Blood, or incur the eternal punishment of Hell. 259 more words

The Sixteen Blessed Teresian Martyrs of Compiègne

The Sixteen Blessed Teresian Martyrs of Compiègne

Guillotined at the Place du Trône Renversé (now called Place de la Nation), Paris, 17 July, 1794. They are the first sufferers under the French Revolution on whom the Holy See has passed judgment, and were solemnly beatified 27 May, 1906. 634 more words