Charles Martel Aid Us!

“A victorious line of march had been prolonged above a thousand miles from the rock of Gibraltar in Spain to the banks of the Loire in France; the repetition of an equal space would have carried the Saracens to the

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Paris Terror Attacks

        At least three terrorists took more than 100 people hostage in a hall where a music concert was being held, before they began randomly killing innocent people. They had time to reload their weapons at least

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PopeWatch: Who Are the Pharisees Today?

  Rorate Caeli has a fascinating piece by Roberto de Mattei which answers the questions:  who are the Pharisees today?   Criticizing the “Pharisees” is recurrent in Pope Francis’ words. In numerous discourses, between 2013 and 2015, he has spoken

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November 13, 1775: Montgomery takes Montreal

Of all the former British officers who fought on the patriot side in the American Revolution, the most militarily talented was Richard Montgomery.  Born near Swords in County Dublin in 1738, he was a member of an Ulster Scots family

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