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Media Confusion Not Rome


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WHICH IS IT? Did the Vatican: “reportedly reject the German bishops’ proposal for intercommunion of spouses” OR has it not rejected it? Or is it a great CONSPIRACY?? The Catholicism Left VS Right nonsense in the media, and all over Social Media needs to end. – Truth please!

If the “Media” can’t figure out what it is, and jumps to conclusions about what “may” have be said, it is not the Vatican spewing the “confusion” as has been reported, but the media creating the confusion itself..

The OFFICIAL document from the Vatican has not been released to the media as of yet. Here is the best idea I can give you. Wait for the official release. Always wait. God never changes. Patience obtains all things. Pray. It will save you a lot of “confusion”.

Vatican reportedly rejects German bishops’ proposal for intercommunion of spouses

 

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Spare Us, O Lord!

 

 

 

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This Different Passover Feast


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I read a beautiful article this morning which added more meaning to the words our Lord spoke at the Last Supper, “Do this in remembrance of me”.

Its an article that speaks about the significance of THAT Passover feast in which our Lord gave all of Himself to us. The shear difference of this last supper, as compared to all the others before. “Why were there no women at the Last Supper?

I have never been a supporter of women priests or deacons, and after having read this article, I am more in support of this position, for not ever having them. You see, when our Lord said:  “do this in memory of me.” He meant it. It meant all of it. There wasn’t any women there. This feast was very different.  And it has remained, very different. It is the very difference our Lord made, with His sacrifice, that changed everything. As it still does today.

Prayers for all our Lords priests today, and always.

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Feminist Fantasyland


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fan·ta·sy·land
ˈfan(t)əsēˌland
noun
  1. a place that is unreal or imaginary or that excites wonder.
    “living in a fantasyland of endless prosperity and happiness”

Requesting that a Disney Princess has an abortion. Taking into account that Disney Princess are based on Cartoons, it reveals a deep low for pushing  acceptance of abortion from the pro murder cult onto little girls.

Only in Feminist Fantasyland is abortion considered natural and acceptable, just like a fantasy based cartoon. In Feminist Fantasyland, murdering your own children is considered a choice. A choice where there isn’t any regret and everyone does it. In Feminist Fantasyland, the murder of your own child is the happy ending.  But not for the evil child in your womb who dared to steal your beauty and crown!

Mirrormirror, on the wall…”  

 

 

 

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Palm Sunday & Holy Week 2018


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I would like to say to all those who read my blog, that my prayers continue for you and your intentions. I pray you have a blessed Holy Week and leave the tomb with our Lord on Easter morning.

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Ordinary Life


Isaiah 53:2-3

He grew up like a sapling before him,
like a shoot from the parched earth;
There was in him no stately bearing to make us look at him,
nor appearance that would attract us to him.
He was spurned and avoided by men,
a man of suffering, accustomed to infirmity,
One of those from whom men hide their faces,
spurned, and we held him in no esteem.

As I ponder this today, I am reminded to strive to see our Lord in all who are forgotten, brushed off as nothing but ordinary. How often to we meet someone with the thought of “What do you have to offer me?” And the answer is nothing but ordinary? For 30 years of His life, our Lord spent being unknown to most. Not worthy of a second look.

What is Ordinary?

or·di·nar·y
ˈôrdnˌerē/Submit
adjective
1.
with no special or distinctive features; normal.
“he sets out to depict ordinary people”
synonyms: usual, normal, standard, typical, common, customary, habitual, everyday, regular, routine, day-to-day
“the ordinary course of events”
2.
(especially of a judge or bishop) exercising authority by virtue of office and not by delegation.
noun

An Ordinary Man, Who IS Extraordinary, crucified, died and rose from the dead. For us ordinary sinners… Allowing us to become extraordinary children of God.

ex·traor·di·nar·y
ikˈstrôrd(ə)nˌerē,ˌekstrəˈôrdnˌerē/Submit
adjective
1.
very unusual or remarkable.
“the extraordinary plumage of the male”
synonyms: remarkable, exceptional, amazing, astonishing, astounding, sensational, stunning, incredible, unbelievable, phenomenal;
noun
1.
an item in a company’s accounts not arising from its normal activities.

Ordinary water was taken and used to wash away our original sin at His command.
Ordinary wine and bread becomes our Lord’s body and blood at His word.
Ordinary clay mixed with His spit cured the blind man..

Ordinary becomes holy, because He is Holy. He is the Master of Ordinary.

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Crucified


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While everyone stands, sits, kneels, shouts, boycotts, fights with this man or that, or this group or that one….

We must never forget what we have been called to be first…

“For through the law I died to the law, that I might live for God. I have been crucified with Christ; yet I live, no longer I, but Christ lives in me; insofar as I now live in the flesh, I live by faith in the Son of God who has loved me and given himself up for me.”

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The Good News


Good News

You can’t simply delete history by trying to destroy it. All you do by trying is add to its lunacy.

Repent and proclaim the Good News of our Lord Jesus Christ, by LIVING it

LIVE the faith. Live in Him

“Do not be afraid to take a chance on peace, to teach peace, to live peace. Peace will be the last word of history” – St. Pope John Paul II

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