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Why are we not told these facts?

Posted by Bob Herz on 10/04/15

Since the Supreme Court ruling in 1973:

Abortions have killed 38 TIMES more Americans than died in battle in the last 12 wars COMBINED!!

Almost 1 out of every 4 American babies are aborted (Guttmacher Institute)

It would take in excess of 342 Hiroshima-type nuclear bombs to kill as ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock on Pope Francis in America September 27, 2015

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 9/28/15

POPE FRANCIS IN AMERICA

A WOMAN WHO WAS STANDING IN THE CROWD SAID: “EVEN IF I ONLY SEE HIM FOR A FEW SECONDS THAT’S ENOUGH FOR ME.” ANOTHER MAN SAID: “I JUST WANT TO SEE HIM PASS BY.”

FROM THE MOMENT HE STEPPED OFF OF SHEPHERD ONE AT THE ... Read More »

Every Child is a Blessing Beginning in the Womb

Posted by Bob Herz on 9/27/15

New research is shedding light on ways pregnancy is a benefit to women. A prebom child is not a burden to a
woman’s body, but a synergetic blessing.

Studies show pregnancy changes the structure of the brain and increases efficiency, resiliency, motivation and
emotional intelligence. Pregnant women have sharper “visual acuity” ... Read More »

African Bishop Points Out Hypocrisy of Obama’s Pro-Homosexual Agenda

Posted by Bob Herz on 9/13/15

President Barack Obama’s cajoling of Kenyan leaders to accept “LGBT rights” has met with a notable backlash from African bishops and

other state and religious leaders, with one African bishop drawing attention to the hypocrisy of Obama’s LGBT agenda. President Obama’s pro-gay agenda push came as no surprise. Prior ... Read More »

Pope Francis: Sowing divisions is a sickness in the Church

Posted by Bob Herz on 9/06/15

Pope Francis: Sowing divisions is a sickness in the Church

Pope Francis celebrating Mass in Santa Marta residence - OSS_ROM

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis says sowing divisions and discord is a sickness within the Church and described a person who indulges in gossip as like a terrorist who throws ... Read More »

Pope Francis: Take Some Time Out

Posted by Bob Herz on 8/22/15

“Summertime, and the living is easy. Fish are jumping and the cotton is high,Oh, your daddy’s rich and your ma is good-lookin ’, So hush little baby, Don’t you cry... ”

So sings Bess in her famous lullaby from the American opera Porgy and Bess. It’s a song
celebrating hard ... Read More »

Monsignor Yennock on World Day of Prayer Sept. 1, 2015

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 8/17/15

WORLD DAY OF PRAYER SEPTEMBER 1, 2015

TWENTIETH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME, AUGUST 16, 2015

POPE FRANCIS IS FULL OF SURPRISES. ON AUGUST 10 HE ANNOUNCED THE “WORLD DAY OF PRAYER FOR THE CARE OF CREATION”. THIS DAY OF PRAYER WILL BE CELEBRATED EVERY YEAR ON SEPTEMBER 1ST.

THE ... Read More »

Martin Luther's Devotion to Mary

Posted by Bob Herz on 8/09/15

Martin Luther's Devotion to Mary

Despite the radicalism of early Protestantism toward many ancient Catholic “distinctives, ” such
as the Communion of the Saints, Penance, Purgatory, Infused Justification, the Papacy, the
priesthood, sacramental marriage, etc., it may surprise many to discover that Martin Luther was
rather conservative in some of his doctrinal ... Read More »

Mons Yennock: ON NATURAL LAW

Posted by Bob Herz on 7/25/15

FOURTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

NATURAL LAW

JULY 5, 2015

JESUS WAS AMAZED AT THE LACK OF FAITH IN THE PEOPLE OF HIS HOMETOWN. HE WAS ALMOST SADDENED THAT THEY WERE NOT OPEN TO THE TRUTH OF GOD. I WONDER WHAT JESUS WOULD SAY TODAY IF HE WERE TO ... Read More »

After having a girl with Down syndrome, this couple adopted two more

Posted by Bob Herz on 7/19/15

After having a girl with Down syndrome, this couple adopted two more

For most people, having five biological children would
have been enough. In fact, for many
Americans, large families are treated as a scandal or
a burden. But one family made the decision, not just
to have a large family, but to ... Read More »