Queen Elizabeth II Dead at 96
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"The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral this afternoon" was the messaged placed outside of Buckingham Palace. The day many dreaded but knew was inevitable came after she became extremely frail and was shown in her last photo with a very dark hand. Queen Elizabeth II, the Sovereign of Great Britain passed away at the age of 96.   Born Elizabeth Alexandra Mary on April 21, 1926 Elizabeth was born into royalty. However, she was never meant to be in line to the throne. When her uncle King Edward VIII abdicated the throne, her father King George VI acceded to the throne. Upon his death, E ..read more
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Pope Francis 'We cannot go backwards...'
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Sunday Mass at St. Dominic parish in the Bronx  Liturgy is the most important prayer of the Church.  Christ is present in the Liturgy both in the person of the priest and in the Sacramental sense. Since the onset of Traditionis Custodes, the Liturgy has come up a lot among Catholic circles. Some see the motu propio as an assault against so-called "Traditionalists" and the Extraordinary Form of the Latin Rite, while others applaud it as the Vatican's attempt to bring unity and restore a sound understanding of the Liturgy.  Today, Pope Francis made some interesting comme ..read more
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Dominican Principal Hating on White Teachers
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7M ago
New York City is the melting pot. It is a city known for its diversity. As the decades change, we see new people come in. For many years, non-Hispanic whites had control of public schools. Eventually, African Americans took the helm, and then Puerto Ricans, Mexicans, and now Dominicans.  This is of course due to the opportunities and promises of great salaries and teaching programs.  With these new changes in demographics, there is hope for new experiences and inclusivity.  Well, unfortunately, this is not always the case. The nightmare of many non-Hispanic whites has come to a ..read more
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Roe vs Wade Overturned by Supreme Court!
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 Finally the day we pro-lifers have been waiting for and knew would come. They mocked us, told us we were on the "wrong side of history" or that we were against women, were they wrong. We won!  The Supreme Court just aborted the horrendous decision of Roe vs Wade.  You can read the decision here: https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/21pdf/19-1392_6j37.pdf. I will update this post as I learn more details   Source: https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/21pdf/19-1392_6j37.pdf https://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/24/roe-v-wade-supreme-court-justice-thomas-says-gay-rights-ruli ..read more
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BREAKING: Politico Reports SCOTUS Will Overturn Roe vs Wade!
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Politico reports that based on a leaked draft of an opinion by the Supreme Court Justices, they are bent on reversing the nearly 50-year-old decision of Roe vs Wade. This is huge news!  The opinion is written by Justice Alito and blasts Roe vs Wade as an erroneous decision and criticizes the claims that abortion is a constitutional right and precedent in the legal sense.  Source:  Supreme Court has voted to overturn abortion rights, draft opinion shows - POLITICO ..read more
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Solemnity of Christ the King of the Universe: Honor The King!
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1y ago
 Today we celebrate the Solemnity of Christ the King of the Universe. What a glorious day. Jesus Christ is King of all (1 Cor 15:20-26, 28). The king of the universe. The very word "Christ" means "Anointed One, or King." This solemnity was instituted in 1925 by Pope Pius XI in his encyclical Quas Primas. The day was originally called the solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ the king.  In 1969, Blessed Pope Paul VI in the motu proprio Mysterii Paschalis revised the title as "Our Lord Jesus Christ King of the Universe." Priests in the Catholic Church wear white or golden color vestment ..read more
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33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time - The World Will End, His Word Remains Forever
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 Please help me pay the bills for this site and to expand this work by donating at: www.gofundme.com/sacerdotus.  Your help is truly appreciated.  God will pay you back for helping spread His Word which will never pass. Reflection In today's readings, we are reminded of the end of time. The first reading tells us of Michael, the great prince. NOT ME, but the archangel Michael :) St. Michael is the guardian of the Catholic Church. He protects us from the wickedness and snares of the devil (Revelation 12:7-9).  Michael will appear during a time of distress in the ..read more
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32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Give Your 2 Cents
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 Part of being Catholic Christians is that we must help one another in many ways especially giving. Next month I have to pay the bills for this domain and other services and I need your help. Like the widow today who gave what she had, I ask you to imitate her by helping me continue this work and expand it. Donate to my campaign at www.gofundme.com/sacerdotus.  God will see this and reward you for helping.  Thanks. REFLECTION: Today's readings remind us to be humble and simple. What the poor gives is greater than what the rich can ever offer. In the first reading, we read ..read more
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31st Sunday in Ordinary Time: Trick or Treat God
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Before we begin today's reflection, let us focus a bit on Halloween. It is October 31st and it falls on the 31st Sunday of Ordinary time. This day brings many memories to me and possibly you reading this blog as well.  It is "Halloween."  In America and other nations, many young people dress up in different costumes and go "trick or treating."   The holiday seems innocent enough, but of course, there are the dangers of knocking on strangers' doors, receiving candy and other treats from strangers, and becoming a victim of a prank or more recently, gang initiations. &n ..read more
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30th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Restoring Sight
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Dear readers, like the beggar Bartimaeus begging for pity in today's Gospel, I ask you to please help keep this evangelization work alive by donating. So far a few have donated, but I have not met the goal. Time is running out.  In December, I have to pay for the renewal of this domain name, so I need your help.  I also want to expand this work so it can reach even more people.  Please help me meet my campaign goal by donating any amount at www.gofundme.com/sacerdotus.   Reflection: In the first reading, we read of God telling the people that He has delivered th ..read more
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