Messano News offers up a succinct and, for the most part, correct analysis of the epidemic of mass shootings. My only issue with the post is that it leaves out one other contributing factor: legalized abortion. There is no doubt that nothing in our history has cheapened human life quite so dramatically as the Supreme Court's ruling … Continue reading Mass Shootings: Sources and Solutions
A statue of the holy Virgin Mary was discovered by chance deep in the Indian Ocean by a number of divers who had been searching for the remains of a plane that had disappeared in the area.
At her feet were rose petals that through the law of gravity should have been floating on the surface of the water. The statue is enormous. As can be seen in the video, it is at least double the size of a man.
It is a mystery how the statue ended up there, standing upright deep down on the ocean seabed. If it had fallen from a ship it should have broken into two, or be lying horizontally on the bottom. However, it stands perfectly erect as though placed on an altar, and with no sign of chipping or cracks. Another interesting detail is that by standing in the depth of the ocean…
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I like a good flash mob, but never thought I'd see one for the Blessed Sacrament: https://youtu.be/cZ5aYoSr3Hg
I forget who said it, but it really comes down to... Christ or chaos, y'all. Christ or chaos. https://youtu.be/WgheGP_RZGQ
Live Action has created a series of short videos that offer responses to some of the more common arguments of the pro-abortion advocates. They are concise and compelling responses and well worth checking out. Their latest video on 'Abortion in the case of Rape' is waiting for you below: https://youtu.be/dUEomZ-O7t0
Below are snippets from a long-lost episode of the X-Men's long-storied past. This is an episode not likely to be inserted into the Marvel Cinematic Universe anytime soon. Too bad. I'd wager it would be more critically and commercially successful than the misadventure which is the most Recent Installment in Marvel Comics' mutants movie franchise. … Continue reading The X-Men Go To Church
This 1967 novel opens a wide, picturesque window onto life in the Roman Empire in the 5th Century. Curiously, if not eerily, the view is a mirror to our own time. The window the novel provides for us to peer through are the sharply intelligent eyes of Alypius, the young, sensitive friend of Saint Augustine … Continue reading The Converts – A Book Recommendation
NFL great Burgess Owens places the blame where it belongs... https://youtu.be/taXvjHsHYao
https://youtu.be/KYJhBNwwvok I briefly covered one of the incidents to which Richard Paolinelli alludes HERE.
The High Crusade is a delightful book, one of my all-time favorites. I've often thought of officially reviewing it myself but I've never gotten around to it. The closest I've come is recommend it among others in my Galactic Christendom: A Short History post a couple of months back. No worries. I recently came across a … Continue reading The High Crusade – A Book Recomendation