Bree Dail

Four Exorcists Update

One month after a group of renowned exorcists called for a worldwide day of prayer, fasting, and penance, “for the purpose of driving out any diabolic influence within the Church that has been gained as a result of recent events,” I have been contacted with an update and statement from the group. . . Continue Reading

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Donald R. McClarey

Liawatha to the Rescue

  News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee: BOSTON, MA—Students in the dining hall at Boston University were in for a surprise when presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren suddenly appeared above their heads, wearing pink fairy wings and holding

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Agreed

PopeWatch is in complete agreement:   Pope Francis baptized 32 babies in the Sistine Chapel Sunday, telling parents not to worry if their children cry at Mass. “Let the children cry,” the pope said. “It is a beautiful homily when

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Francis the Mad

Predictable:   A Vatican-based journalist has alleged that Pope Francis was “furious” over Pope Benedict’s contribution to a book co-authored with Cardinal Robert Sarah defending priestly celibacy, demanding that Benedict retract his name from the work.  Antonio Socci, an Italian

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Donald R. McClarey

Gulags-American Style!

Language advisory as to the above video. News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee: DES MOINES, IA—After a Bernie Sanders organizer waxed poetic over the beauty of gulags and the need for reeducating the people, Sanders clarified that

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint of the Day Quote: Pope Saint Marcellus I

ST. MARCELLUS was priest under Pope Marcellinus, whom he succeeded in 308, after that see had been vacant for three years and a half. An epitaph written on him by Pope Damasus, who also mentions himself in it, says that

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Donald R. McClarey

Wow

Keep your eye on Congressman Brian Mast (R.Fl.).  An Army vet who lost both his legs in Afghanistan, he is going places.

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Donald R. McClarey

True

News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee:   U.S.—Many have been criticizing the left for their apparent unwillingness to say that killing terrorists is a good thing. Many suspected they just hated America or were being funded by

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Donald R. McClarey

Public Thieves

News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee:   DES MOINES, IA—Authorities are warning that a gang of known criminals is currently holding a meeting to debate various plots to steal your money. The criminals are debating exactly how

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Ita

SHE was a native of Nandesi, now the barony of Dessee in the county of Waterford, and descended from the royal family. Having consecrated her virginity to God, she led an austere retired life at the foot of the mountain

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: The Book

Sandro Magister on the book that is causing so much furor:   They met. They wrote to each other. Precisely while “the world rumbled with the uproar created by a strange synod of the media that took the place of

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Donald R. McClarey

Bishop Barron is Wrong

Bishop Robert Barron posts on World War I at The Catholic World. Go here to read the post.  He uses as the springboard for his remarks the fact that he had seen the World War I flick on combat on

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Donald R. McClarey

Inside the Sanders Campaign

Strong language advisory as to the above video.  Project Veritas does it again with a foul mouthed tirade from a Kyle Jurek, a field organizer for the Sanders campaign, who apparently wants to toss half of America into Gulags.  Jurek

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Donald R. McClarey

Feast of the Ass

    From Father Z: 14 January – Festum Asinorum #FeastoftheAss Day! (No, it’s not a special Jesuit holiday.) Posted on 14 January 2020 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf It may be that you have been distracted by book news. However,

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Guy McClung

Donald John Trump, My Beloved Son

Dear Donald,  If you look around and then look in a mirror, you will see that there is just one, only one of you. Never has been another person like you, never will be. You are the only one, the

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Donald R. McClarey

Better Be Careful About Civil War II

    From the New York Times via Instapundit:   “The South, where the culture of military service runs deep and military installations are plentiful, produces 20 percent more recruits than would be expected, based on its youth population. The

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Donald R. McClarey

Thought For the Day

Hattip for the pic to Amanda Servello.   Knowing who your friends are is good.  Knowing who your enemies are is even better.

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Donald R. McClarey

Jesuitical 23: One Tweet Sums Up Modern Jesuits

    Part 23 of my ongoing survey of the follies of many modern day Jesuits. Today we look at the above tweet by Father Thomas Reese, SJ.   The “study” he touts is a worthless one, with a high

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Donald R. McClarey

Get With It Iranians!

News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee: TEHRAN—As Iranians protested their government’s downing of a passenger jet, a frantic CNN reporter ran through the crowd lecturing them on how they were actually supposed to be shouting “Death to

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Barbasymas

HE succeeded his brother, St. Sadoth, in the metropolitical see of Seleucia and Ctesiphon, in 342, which he held six years. Being accused as an enemy to the Persian religion, and as one who spoke against the Persian divinities, Fire

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Nicene Creed

You can’t make this up:   A cathedral congregation is expressing bewilderment after the bishop announced he was omitting the Nicene Creed so as not to offend non-Catholics present.     After preaching his homily on the Feast of the Epiphany, Bp. Derio Olivero of the

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Bob Kurland, Ph.D.

Technology:
The Doom of Civilization?*

“…and we also know that almost every person, including children, was issued a device that enabled them to see and hear one another, however far apart in the world they might be; that these devices were small enough to be

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Donald R. McClarey

Thought For the Day

A writer who says that there are no truths, or that all truth is ‘merely relative,’ is asking you not to believe him. So don’t. Deconstruction deconstructs itself, and disappears up its own behind, leaving only a disembodied smile and

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Donald R. McClarey

World War Trump

  News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee: WORLD—Critics have panned the long-awaited sequel to World War 2 this week, calling it “the most disappointing sequel since Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.” “We were promised

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Benedict Biscop

[Commonly called Bennet.] HE was nobly descended, and one of the great officers of the court of Oswi, the religious king of the Northumbers; he was very dear to his prince, and was beholden to his bounty for many fair

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Pope v. Pope

This is why popes should not retire:   Former pope Benedict XVI has publicly urged his successor Pope Francis not to open the Catholic priesthood up to married men, in a plea that Sunday stunned Vatican experts. The ex-pontiff, who

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