Satan has an enemy and that is Jesus Christ and His Church. Ultimately of course, Satan loses. Until then he wishes to gather as many souls as possible to accompany him to his eternal defeat. The success of that mission is directly at odds with the Church and so the Church must be dealt with. […]
Archives for October 2013
This week: A new documentary about the War on Humans is in the works. Plan B is an abortion inducing drug – that is how it “works.” How do you respond when the Church is attacked? Fr. Barron looks at violence in Holy Scripture. A true hero and some of the many people he saved. […]
2013.10.22 Doing God’s Will [guest] Author: Ed Trego Guest contributor: Ed Trego “What do you think? A man had two sons; and he went to the first and said, ‘Son, go and work in the vineyard today.’ And he answered, ‘I will not’; but afterward he repented and went. And he went to the […]
This week: A new documentary on our Holy Father airs this Sunday. Peter Kreeft on God and suffering. Three vocational videos: Sr. Mary Immanuel of the Sisters of the Immaculata, the The Poor Clares, and Sr. Faustina of the Sisters of Life. Obamacare’s impact on young women, seniors and doctors. The all-new, ground-breaking, must-have one-more-thing […]
How often do we hear that people are just more highly evolved animals? This is often presented as an indisputable fact in support of other false claims. As animals, our embryos are nothing special. Our rights must also be balanced against those of other animals. If we were animals, that would make some sense. We […]
This week: The latest issue of New Evangelists Monthly is ready and calling you. In Christ Alone, beautifully sung in 7 parts by one guy. Gratitude and happiness are scientifically related. Girl Scouts, again. Families of fallen heroes forced to suffer for political interests. The actual individual and family cost of ObamaCare beginning to be […]
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