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The Sacrament of Confirmation and Catholic Action
from “Catholic Restoration Conference IV”
October 15 - ...
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book of the month
“If you don’t read any other book besides
the Bible this year be sure to read
Judaism’s Strange Gods.”—Chuck Baldwin
FROM THE “MYSTICAL CITY OF GOD”
by Venerable Mary of Agreda
(Abridgment, p. 504)
“The Master then gave orders, that all of them together, mystically forming one body with Him their Head, should advance toward the enemies, thereby teaching them the power of mutual and perfect unity for overcoming the demons and their followers and for avoiding defeat by them. For a triple cord is hard to tear, as says Ecclesiastes (4, 1), and he that is mighty against one, may be overcome by two, that being the effect of union”
HISTORY OF THE GREAT AMERICAN FORTUNES
Gustavas Myers, 1910
“Both of the powerful political parties were under the domination of wealth; not, to be sure, openly so, but insidiously. Differences of issue there assuredly were, but these issues did not in any way affect the basic structure of society, or threaten the overthrow of any of the fundamental privileges held by the rich. The political campaigns…were, in actuality, sham battles…
The masses of the people were simply pawns in these political contests, yet few of them understood that all the excitement, partisan activity and enthusiasm into which they threw themselves, generally had no other significance than to enchain them still faster to a system whose beneficiaries were continuously getting more and more rights and privileges for themselves at the expense of the people, and whose wealth was consequently increasing by precipitate bounds.”
Links of Possible Interest
Three-minute YouTube suggested by
Dr. Robert Sungenis
A Message of Peace to the World
Dr. Alice von Hildebrand on Bella Dodd
Or how about this one from CRC VIII
And as great promoters of the works of
Fr. Denis Fahey, here’s another link
you may find of interest:
FROM POPE SAINT PIUS X
We must repeat with the utmost energy in these times of social and intellectual anarchy when everyone takes it upon himself to teach as a teacher and lawmaker – the City cannot be built otherwise than as God has built it; society cannot be setup unless the Church lays the foundations and supervises the work; no, civilization is not something yet to be found, nor is the New City to be built on hazy notions; it has been in existence and still is: it is Christian civilization, it is the Catholic City. It has only to be set up and restored continually against the unremitting attacks of insane dreamers, rebels and miscreants. Omnia instaurare in Christo. (Notre Charge Apostolique, August 15 , 1910.)
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“What We Have Lost…
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This is the widely acclaimed documentary examining the destruction of Christ’s One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. See what we’ve lost, but more importantly, how we can get it back. “What We Have Lost…” has been endorsed nationally and internationally by leading traditionalists — clergy and laymen alike. It’s the perfect gift for your Catholic relatives, friends, favorite priest, or bishop!
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Please watch for upcoming interviews. After a short respite we’ll be back with more stimulating talks from new and old interviewees!
Here are a few to watch for. Laura Wood will join us to discuss “The Feminist War on Marriage.” Joy Ann Nelson, Terry Hodges, and James Dolan are former Chicago-land Catholic Radio Hosts called “The ‘Die Holy’ Trio.” You can guess what they’ll be talking about. Naturally some of the regulars will be back. Dr. Peter Chojnowski will be back to visit the topic of “Libertarianism.” And of course we’ll get Jim Condit, Jr. to finish off the year with his analysis of 2017. Check back often for news and updates.
And here we go with an update. We’re pleased to announce that upon our return we’ll kick off the new series of interviews with Dr. Edwin Vieira with a topic sure to interest our audience – “Subsidiarity.” Stay tuned.
“Hope has two beautiful daughters:
their names are anger and courage.
Anger that things are the way they are.
Courage to make them
the way they ought to be.”
— St Augustine
Fr. Joseph Casper Husslein (1873 – 1952) was a champion of Catholic Social Teachings and a promoter of Catholic Action. According to Fr. Husslein, “Christ comes to Broadway, to the Stock Market, to the operating room, the lawyer’s office, the peace table, etc., only in the person of the layman.” The layman must be conscious of his responsibility in terms of knowledge, inspiration, sanctity and social conscience.