John B. Manos

BFP 003: Landon DePasquale on his conversion, Mary, and the Shimabara Rebellion

By John B. Manos / July 16, 2017 / Play in new window | DownloadLandon DePasquale and Manos sit down to talk about his trip to the Catholic church from low church evangelical roots.  Manos discovers that he stammers in these podcasts, but gets awestruck as they discuss how the Blessed Mother has a military plan that involves flanking the Turkic belt (by…

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BFP 002: Fr. Anthony Mary OFM Conv talks about Kolbe, Rattisbonne’s conversion, Chicago, and Our Lady

By John B. Manos / July 16, 2017 / Play in new window | DownloadIn this second episode of our re-launched Bellarmine Forum podcast, Manos sits down with Friar Anthony Mary, a conventual Franciscan in Chicago. They talk about St. Maximilian Kolbe in 1917, and events in Italy where Masons marched onto the Vatican singing hymns that Lucifer will reign and make the…

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BFP 001: DeJak and Manos talk about Church, Wanderer, and old guys with polyester ties

By John B. Manos / July 16, 2017 / Play in new window | DownloadIf you found this post, then you are a little early because this post is part of the re-launched Bellarmine Forum podcast. This episode is one of the three for the re-launch of the podcast.  (Thank you for the Hail Mary prayers…  we’re on iTunes!) In this Episode… DeJak…

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Congratulations to the Bellarmine Forum’s John B. Manos!

By John M. DeJak / March 25, 2014 /

Read the good news here! Ad multos annos!

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In case you missed the Good Fight

By John B. Manos / November 7, 2013 /

Last Saturday, I was the first hour guest on Barbara McGuigan’s The Good Fight. We spoke about St. Nicholas, the HHS Mandate, punching Arias, and what the saints have done when the state uses its power to oppress and suppress the faithful. I enjoyed chatting with Barbara and discussing these things, and I think I’m getting…

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The Controversial Sign of Redemption: the heart of our logo.

By John B. Manos / September 13, 2013 /

Saint Thomas Aquinas would complete all of his works while meditating upon a Crucifix. It is said that after he finished writing the words to the song, Pange Lingua, the Corpus on his cross came to life and said, “Well done, Thomas”. At the end of his life, while Saint Thomas was meditating again on…

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Feast of St. Joseph the Worker, Chicago Bombings, Labor Riots, and Terror of Demons

By John B. Manos / May 1, 2013 /

What does St. Joseph have to do with May Day? How is Chicago tied into this feast? Is this feast still needed today or has the need go away? Find out why May Day is really St. Joseph day!!

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The X-Files of the Church: Slaying Dragons, Resurrection from the dead, and George

By John B. Manos / April 23, 2013 /

Today is the feast of Saint George, who has a pedigree that will make your head spin with fascination and wonder. He isn’t known as a “wonder worker” per se, but he is attributed in various historical accounts as: slaying a dragon; having resurrected from the dead after having been slain for his conversion; coming…

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Deo Gratias…. ALLELUIA. Yes, we should still be chanting that.

By John B. Manos / April 10, 2013 /

40 days without alleluia, used to mean 40 days with it… Now, we’re lucky to get 8… Irritating, isn’t it? No fear, we got alleluias here.

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