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The depth of Satan’s deception

The depth of Satan’s deception There is a GREAT delusion in the world which description is beyond the pale of a video like this, and so would be shut down by the YT Power-Boys that are slaves of the devil. It’s a $450bn multinational under Google which literally spends billions on marketing, paying lobbyists and …

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ON THE PAINS OF HELL

ON THE PAINS OF HELL – St. Alphonsus ” Gather up first the cockle, and bind into bundles to burn.” MATT. xiii. 30. I shall first speak of the fire, which is the principal pain that torments the senses of the damned, and afterwards of the other pains of hell. 1. BEHOLD! the final doom …

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We few, we happy few, we band of brothers

Christ lives in His Church, and though her members are sometimes unworthy and crucify Him anew by their disobedience, He always rises again to a newer and a more beautiful life. In the words of the poet, the Church is “oft doomed to death but fated not to die”. The Story of the Church, Benzinger …

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Email from a Stay at Home True Catholic to a Novus Ordo False Catholic

Dear Soul, Now the Vatican is saying Traditional-minded Catholics, i.e. real Catholics, “are possessed by the Dragon of Traditionalism”. If our faith was what is should be, Lapanto would occur again as well as St. Patrick in Ireland, ridding the snakes. The people in Brazil couldn’t stand Francis Bergoglio. Everything traditional was suppressed by Francis. …

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She who first gave Him to the world will establish His kingdom in the world

From True Devotion To the Blessed Virgin Mary, Nos. 12-38 “If you wish to understand the Mother,” says a saint, “then understand the Son. She is a worthy Mother of God.” Hic taceat omnis lingua : Here let every tongue be silent. My heart has dictated with special joy all that I have written to …

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TODAY’S SUNDAY SCHOOL QUESTIONS

What is the surest test of a man’s love of God? What’s wrong with the world? Is there Salvation outside the Catholic Church? What happens when one no longer seeks to praise God through one’s creative works like composing music, literature, poetry, and architecture? What is the ‘trick’ in quickly recalling the names of all …

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Stay-at-Home Catholic Dads

These are the kind of messages stay-at-home dads sometimes send to their grown children. It was shared with me, and permission also to share it with you. I thought you might enjoy it. Good morning. Hi Dan, John, Anna, and Nick— as much as we could, mom and I brought you up in the “1960’s” …

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The Stranger

(adapted from original — author unknown) A few months before I was born, my dad met a stranger who was new to our small Tennessee town. From the beginning, Dad was fascinated with this enchanting newcomer, and soon invited him to live with our family. The stranger was quickly accepted and was around to welcome …

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Divine Law Proves Traditionalist False Clergy offer Illicit Sacraments

Traditionalist Catholics (SSPX, CMRI, SSPV, SSG, MHTS, MHFM, independents) need to know that the sacraments they receive are “illicit.” Only clergymen continuing in the apostolic succession Christ established are authorized by Him to offer these Sacrifices and convey these graces in His name. Those not stemming from this succession are not lawful pastors and they offer vain sacrifices outside the …

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For those who Abuse God’s Mercy

” Take care of him.” Luke x. 35. St. Alponsus tell us that in this day’s gospel we read, that a certain man fell into the hands of robbers, who, after having taken his money, wounded him, and left him half dead. A Samaritan who passed by, saw him, and taking pity on him, bound …

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Jurisdiction, Pharisees & Consecration

We’ve been busy at work sharing the truth with those on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. So many people are misled, deceived, ignorant and proud. Every small beacon of light has the opportunity to save an invaluable, precious and immortal soul. Consider following us on these sites to lend support to what we share, so that …

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Was Jesus a Jew?

Jesus was not a Jew, in the sense of what most people think of today as Jews. In a technical sense, however, Jesus was a Jew. How this works is, at first glance, a little complicated, but easy to understand once the terms are defined for you. The true Jew was a man of God. …

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