marxist attack on family

About That Upraised Fist

By Cindy Paslawski / August 4, 2020 /

The raised fist was made a symbol of the Black Power movement by Stokely Carmichael, who believed that all western society should be destroyed.

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Fr. Rothrock Was Ground Up in The Red Wheel of Marxist Revolution: BLM, Antifa, Fatima, Akita, and Your Bishop

By John B. Manos / July 4, 2020 /

Fatima Warned and Akita Confirmed: The Marxist Red Wheel of Revolution is Grinding our clergy and history to bits. If you think BLM is about race, then you haven’t read its website… it’s not what you think & Fr. Rothrock tried to warn his sheep, but was suspended for it.

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MacLean’s Brings the Contraception Freak Show to Mainstream

By John B. Manos / January 21, 2018 /

The cover of the February 2018 Maclean’s magazine (a Canadian publication) features a smiling woman holding a young smiling boy over her head. If you did not read the text yet, it looks like fun. She looks happy. But, emblazoned across her face is a bold pink banner that reads “I wish I never had kids. There. I said…

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Family Planning as a Component of Early Childhood Education Programs

By Stephanie Block / February 4, 2014 /

When National Nuclear Science Labs study how to change the beliefs of your children, the recommendation appears to be sending government agents into your home. Surely the Church would oppose this, right? Stephanie Block reveals one weird program your tax dollars has been conducting by a nuclear science lab.

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Bishop Paprocki is Stealing their happiness? !

By John B. Manos / November 17, 2013 /

You’ve seen the headlines by now:  Bishop Paprocki of Springfield diocese is going to perform an exorcism at the same time as the Governor Pat Quinn of Illinois signs a bill into law that enacts so-call marriages between persons of the same sex (as if that were possible anywhere in God’s creation). The story is…

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Footnote 33: MSNBC Children belong to state

By Christopher Manion / May 18, 2013 /

In Footnote 33, Chris Manion observes that a whacko feminist recently insisted that children belong to the state, not to God or their parents. She thought she was being very avante-garde. Was she right? Far from it: it’s an old canard whose history deserves our attention.

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