Book Gives Recordings of Cupich as Rector, Homosexual Subculture at Josephinum Seminary

By John B. Manos / September 21, 2018 /

I’ve been fascinated by car wrecks, explosions, catastrophic accidents and over the top forensics for a long time. As a kid, the idea of Quincy M.E. piecing together a mystery from the hint of a piece of material found blew my mind. As I got older, I found out that pathology like Quincy requires being around decayed…

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Akita: The Battle Line of the Homosexual Contagion is Communion in the Hand.

By John B. Manos / September 16, 2018 /

Now that the detente in the church has been ripped open by the Vigano report, we need to reassess what the battle field really looks like. In 1973, Our Lady appeared to a nun in Japan. She warned that unless men repent, fire would fall from heaven and the good with the bad would perish.…

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Wanted: Intellectually Competent Bishops and Priests

By John M. DeJak / August 1, 2018 /

In the opinion of this writer, one of the most evident marks of decline in the Church in the past 50 years has been the virtual non-existence of an authentic intellectual life in seminaries and among the episcopate. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to chart the decline of the intellectual capacity of the clergy (and…

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This is Why Fr. James Martin Makes no Sense – Your Annie Oakley Decoder Ring

By John B. Manos / August 31, 2017 /

I promise you that this post will become a decoder ring for you to read Fr. James Martin and others in the AmChurch. You’ll laugh and rub your hands with glee as you will be able to predict exactly what he’ll say about things. You see, he’s just a modernist, in my humble opinion, and he’s following…

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From Under the Rubble…Perversion’s Progress

By Christopher Manion / May 23, 2014 /

“”La bandera del orgullo #LGTB ondea hoy en la embajada por el Día Internacional contra la Homofobia y la Transfobia”. – El Mundo, Madrid Translation: The flag of LGBT Pride waves today above the US Embassy in Madrid in honor of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. Robert Reilly spent years plowing through thousands…

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From Under the Rubble…Hail to the Dictators!

By Christopher Manion / November 2, 2013 /

It’s the Redskins versus the Crybabies in the Victims Bowl. Washington’s beloved pro football team is just the latest target of opportunity for the racial hucksters who are writing the next edition of Big Brother’s NewSpeak Dictionary. Like Orwell’s Ministry of Truth, however, the professional malcontents are actually conducting a false flag operation to keep…

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Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis: Prudence? Incoherence?

By wffguest / October 11, 2013 /

by Guest Author, George Glavan Have they blown it again? Given the recent scandals of priestly sexual abuse in the Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis, this seems to be another slap in the face to the good priests and the lay faithful of the Archdiocese: Kathleen Erickson DiGiorno. Task force chairwoman. Attorney at Medtronic, where she served…

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Support Archbishop Broglio!

By John M. DeJak / September 19, 2013 /

(Left–Archbishop Timothy Broglio, U.S. Air Force photo/SSgt Anthony Nelson Jr) On the Feast of our beloved patron, St. Robert Bellarmine, His Excellency Archbishop Timothy Broglio of the Archdiocese of Military Services, USA issued the following to Catholic Military Chaplains and also included some words to Catholic Commanders.  Catholics in the military are very near and dear…

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From Under the Rubble…The Charitable Burden of Truth

By Christopher Manion / July 21, 2013 /

“The best way of treating people with dignity is to tell them the truth.” Now there’s a revolutionary idea. In fact, it’s a Catholic idea, and these days, in a world where reality has been turned upside down, the Catholic devotion to truth – to the Way, the Truth, and the Life – might well be revolutionary.…

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French March for Marriage, they may yet be Romantics

By John B. Manos / November 19, 2012 /

News today from France about Catholics and “others” marching to protest a French bill that would make marriage be defined to include unions between same sex persons spurs some hope in the French. Recently, I wrote about a Russian cultural center to be built in Paris being denied a permit to build. I see some…

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