I'd like to get on my soapbox and say that we need to learn our history. Before the liberals revise it to promote their decrepit movement.
Walter Duranty is a sad and pathetic man and the New York Times continues to split hairs and ignore this blatant fact. I used to read the New York Times daily, in fact it was my favorite paper for many years. When I began to be more knowledgeable of facts and current events, ie, doing my own research, listening to talk radio, the internet, and thank goodness, Fox News. I began to notice the liberal leanings of many MSM (mainstream media outlets). This eventually brought a difficult but correct decision of abstaining from reading the New York Times because of their hypocritical news coverage and outrageous promotion of the liberal agenda despite the opposing facts undermining many liberal movements.
For the New York Times 'view' of Walter Duranty today click here.
For more 'balanced' and 'discretionary' evidence of the New York Times reporting click here.
". . .is a call to bear witness to ecclesial communion and to rediscover ones membership in the church, because whatever breaks and weakens that union is no good and comes from the evil one. . ."For more click here.
For more clickhere.For more on Thompson's clever breakout click here.
"Founded under the title Collegium Cultorum Martyrum, in 1879, the Pontifical Academy of Devotion to Martyrs promotes devotion to them, enhances and deepens the exact history of the witnesses of the faith, and monuments related to them, from the first centuries of Christianity."The more I learn of my Faith, the more reverence I gain for the Eucharist, the early Church, and the teachings of our Faith. It truly is an amazing story of how one Man died for our sins then three days later was resurrected. From this one moment in history, a tiny Jewish sect grew, under persecution, to be the largest faith on this planet. I digress with my abuse of poetic license. For more click here.
"The secret of happiness is docility to God and generosity to the needy, says Benedict..."That statement summarizes this Psalm to it's bare essence. Docility to God and generosity to the needy. Please pray for me as I embrace this Psalm and put my thoughts into action to help the needy with my obedience to God in my new business endeavor that I blogged about earlier this week. For more on the Pope's reference to this Psalm, click here.
I myself come from a semi-large family, but my extended family (only 1st cousins counted) on my mothers side is 75 strong! My grandparents had 12 children and their offspring have brought a blessed number of cousins that I cherish very much. I can only hope that when my time comes that I too will have the ability to support a large family as well! For the article click here and here.
"...the centrality of the family, the foundational cell of society and the first place where life is welcomed and served..."
"The church, under the papacy of Benedict XVI, will likely refuse to support and maintain ties with institutions that have weakened or lost their Catholic identity..."That would be good first step in the ongoing Crisis of Faith that is occurring at Loretto High School. This Crisis of Faith is in reference to the expulsion of 15 year old Katelyn Sills from an all girls Catholic high school in northern California. Katelyn was expelled because her mother (Wynette Sills) notified Bishop Weigand, prelate of the diocese where the school is located, about a drama teacher (Marie Bain) who is an active volunteer for Planned Parenthood. After quietly and discreetly notifying Loretto High School in which they demurred to follow any action, Mrs. Sills took the next correct step in notifying the Bishop. Bishop Weigand responded appropriately and requested the dismissal of drama teacher Marie Bain. Bishop Weigand had to force his hand in order to make Loretto High School comply with the Teachings of Jesus Christ when the school authorities continued to adhere to heresy in continuing employment of a anti-Catholic teacher. Lorreto High School, in my opinion, should be immediately stripped of the title of Catholic high school since they are showing due belligerence and malice to those that actually practive their faith correctly. Shame on the administration of Lorreto High School for retaliating against Wynette Sills by expelling her daughter, Katelyn Sills. Pope Benedict XVI should begin with Loretto High School by requiring Loretto in correcting their errors, or stripping them of the name Catholic. For more on Pope Benedict XVI views on wayward Catholic institutions such as Loretto, click here. For the blog of Katelyn Sills and continuous updates on her expulsion and Loretto actions, click here.
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- Triumph - The Power and the Glory of the Catholic Church, a 2000 Year History by H.W. Crocker, III
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