How To Know & Deal With Heresy Today – Part III

Nothing can substitute for reading the entire text of the Commintory of St. Vincent of Lerins on heresy. It is available on several internet sites, e.g. at newadvent.org:   http://www.newadvent.org/fathers/3506.htm   This is Part III, the last of the summary

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Donald R. McClarey

Worse Than Murder Inc Under Federal Investigation

Go ahead Leftist Catholics and tell us again how elections don’t matter in regard to abortion:   The Justice Department is taking steps to investigate Planned Parenthood, The Daily Beast has learned. The head of Justice’s office of legislative affairs

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Bob Kurland, Ph.D.

Words of Hope from St. Ambrose

Today, 7th December, is the feast day for St. Ambrose, the saint who led St. Augustine to the Church.  In the daily Office of Readings a letter of his was the second reading, and it offered words of hope for

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Donald R. McClarey

Sad Clown Departs?

      Al Franken, Minnesota’s unfunny prank on the nation, may well depart from the Senate today.  Franken first slinked into the Senate courtesy of a stolen election in 2008.  His tenure in the Senate has been marked by

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Dictator

Lifesite News has this interesting tidbit on Pope Francis from the book Dictator:   The Dictator Pope, by a pseudonymous author who calls himself Marcantonio Colonna, claims to describe what Pope Francis is like when his adoring public isn’t looking:

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Donald R. McClarey

Seventy-Six Years Ago: A Date Which Will Live in Infamy

    “War is brutish, inglorious, and a terrible waste. Combat leaves an indelible mark on those who are forced to endure it. The only redeeming factors were my comrades’ incredible bravery and their devotion to each other. Marine Corps

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Donald R. McClarey

Rousing a Sleeping Giant

At the end of the epic movie Tora, Tora, Tora, (1970), Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto, the head of the combined Japanese fleet, after the successful attack on Pearl Harbor, refuses to join in the elation of his staff, and makes this haunting observation:

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