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If you’re familiar with my posts and/or book, you know that I’m intrigued whenever I find a link between faith, reason and problem solving. It was about eight years ago that I was chosen to become the program leader for…
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    TO what new fates, my country, far And unforeseen of foe or friend, Beneath what unexpected star Compelled to what unchosen end. Across the sea that knows no beach, The Admiral of Nations guides Thy blind obedient keels…
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Raymond Arroyo understands that pretending to hear no evil and see no evil does not make good Catholics.     When Robert Royal told EWTN’s The World Over host, Raymond Arroyo, that he perhaps regretted writing a column about Gaudete…
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The American Catholic - Politics & Cultu.. by Donald R. Mcclarey - 17h ago
You can always depend on TAC for cutting edge coverage of the latest trend.  Frankly, baby goats prancing around is the only way I would ever do yoga!    
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    St. Augustine had views on marriage, sin, adultery,  and conscience directly contrary to those of Jorge Bergolgio as stated in his proclamation Amoris Laetitia (“AL” below). Passages quoted below from the works of St. Augustine, (henceforth “St. Augustine”)…
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From Oakes Spalding at Mahound’s Paradise.  I doubt if this would have been a parody if Pope Francis had been Pope during World War II, when Argentinian Dictator Juan Peron was playing footsie with the Third Reich:     Today,…
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You know that you are living in strange times when an active homosexual is a better defender of the Faith than many paid to do so.  Milo Yiannopoulos was sent a series of questions by America, the Jesuit rag.  He…
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      The fox knows many things; the hedgehog one big thing. Archilochus, Greek Poet, Fragment, (680BC-645BC)
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Written by William Tyler Page, it was adopted by the Federal House of Representative’s by resolution on April 3, 1918:     I believe in the United States of America as a government of the people, by the people, for…
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Marco Tossati at One Peter Five gives us yet another example of the fact that orthodox orders have a target on their backs in this Pontificate:   The Pope signs the decree of dissolution of the Fraternity of the Holy…
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