Donald R. McClarey

Quotes Suitable for Framing: Gordon R. Dickson

“Suppose it was even as you think,” he went on, even more gently. “Suppose that all you say was a fact, and that our Elders were but greedy tyrants, ourselves abandoned here by their selfish will and set to fulfill

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Bob Kurland, Ph.D.

Happy Feast Day Again, St. Augustine

Happy those who feast on wisdom and savor her knowledge, She will nourish and refresh them.” Happy Those Who Feast on Wisdom, Hymn for the Office of Readings, 28th August. Today is the Feast Day for St. Augustine, my favorite Doctor

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Donald R. McClarey

Trump Strikes Trade Deal With Mexico

    Chalk up another victory for the blue collar billionaire: US President Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announced a new US-Mexico trade deal on Monday, completing a major step toward the renegotiation of the North American

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Donald R. McClarey

Malachi Martin on Firing Line

  In 1978, after the election of John Paul I, the late William F. Buckley interviewed the late Malachi Martin on his show Firing Line.  Martin, a former Jesuit Priest, was the ultimate Vatican insider, and his comments over the

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Donald R. McClarey

More on Vigano

1.  One Peter Five has a story from journalist Aldo Maria Valli describing the background on how Archbishop Vigano came to draft his bombshell statement:   The heart of the matter is that Pope Francis also knew, according to Viganò.

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Vigano Summary

Lisa Bourne at Lifesite News has an excellent summary of the Vigano affidavit:   1. Archbishop Viganò accused Pope Francis of covering up for McCarrick In his testimony, Viganò calls on Pope Francis to “honestly state when he first learned

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Donald R. McClarey

In Case You Doubted That the Lavender Mafia is Calling the Shots at the Vatican

The Vatican has rolled back on a recommendation by Pope Francis that parents seek psychiatric help for children who show homosexual tendencies. The pope made the comments to journalists as he was flying back to Rome from Ireland, but the

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