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Resistance Episcopal Consecration - Catholic Assault on the "New World/Vatican II [Dis]Order"


Palm Sunday

Blessed is he who comes in the Name of the Lord:
Hosanna in the highest
(Ps. 117.26: Mt. 21.9)

A Neo-Catholic hierarch in Catholic ecclesiastical trappings candidly confessed that the episcopal consecration conferred by Bishop Richard Williamson entails for them a renewed assault on their “New” DisOrder with the perpetration of traditionally ordained priests for the perpetration of the Apostolic Tradition and the same traditional means of grace (that is, the Sacraments and Sacramentals administered according to the traditional Rite in Latin). 822 more words

Christian Life

St. Augustine Florida - Cafe Eleven

Today we’re reviewing one of our favorite local places in St. Augustine Beach, Florida. The Original Café Eleven.

She Said:

On the outside, Café Eleven looks like an ordinary restaurant nestled on the strip of busy A1A beach traffic, but if you stop inside, you’ll find that this local haunt is anything but. 566 more words

Cafe Eleven

St. Augustine To Benefit from $42M Northrup Grumman Contract for Marine Aircraft

Northrup Grumman Systems Corp. of St. Augustine will provide maintenance and services to support 40 F-5 aircraft for the Navy and Marine Corps Reserves over the next year, according to a recent… 9 more words

Jobs/JAX Economy

Age of Gratitude

It may appear that right now my cup is half empty. But appearances can be deceiving. Especially when you focus on the negative.

In reality, my cup is at least three-quarters full. 516 more words

Custody of the Eyes: A Commentary on St. Alphonsus

‘And Jesus looking on him, loved him…’ (Mk. 10:21)

In his excellent work, ‘The True Spouse of Jesus Christ’, St. Alphonsus speaks to religious about custody of the eyes. 1,488 more words


“Pray as though everything depended on God.  Work as though everything depended on you.” – St. Augustine


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The Bread of the Eucharist, its reality and symbolism

The Eucharist is the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus, He his really and truly present,  that is the reality.

St. Augustine explains the symbolism: 97 more words

St. Augustine