GLOBOHOMO’s Plan B?

Seeing as the Covid Plandemic narrative unravels daily, it is prudent to wonder if Satan's minions might have a Plan B in the works... During my research into the false claims of excess deaths caused by COVID-19 and the pseudo-sciences which supports it, I have stumbled over some very worrying developments which I will summarise … Continue reading GLOBOHOMO’s Plan B?

Re-Discovering Ember Days

This fulfillment of the Law is crucial because it teaches us something fundamental about God, His redemptive plan for us, and the nature of the universe. In the case of both the Hebrew seasonal fasts and the Christian Ember days, we are invited to consider the wonder of the natural seasons and their relation to … Continue reading Re-Discovering Ember Days

Confucius say, “Modernism Sucks!”

Catholic Philosopher Edward Feser holds up the wisdom of the China's great sage as a mirror for our times. The Master said: “I detest purple replacing vermilion; I detest popular music corrupting classical music; I detest glib tongues overturning kingdoms and clans… I cannot abide these people who fill their bellies all day long, without … Continue reading Confucius say, “Modernism Sucks!”

Sing a New Song….

A Song of Joy by Caroline Furlong

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A song to celebrate 500 years of Christianity in the Philippines

J-P Mauro – published on 02/23/21

Jamie Rivera gives a flawless performance paired with a colorful music video.

The Catholic Church in the Philippines celebrates its 500th anniversary in 2021. To celebrate this monumental year, they have joined with pop singer Jamie Rivera to release “We Give Our Yes.” The song is a jubilant reflection on 500 years of faith, paired with a wonderful music video that highlights the Philippines faith journey.

Rivera’s treatment of the tune was spot on, with a clear, crisp voice that feels destined for Disney. She carries the song with a warm tone and ringing high notes. According to The Manila StandardRivera performed the song live at the Manila Cathedral to kick off the 500 Years of Christianity festivities on February 6. Of her performance at…

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Eucharistic Coherence

It’s a fierce debate, (whether pro-abort politicians should be allowed to receive Communion) and it highlights the division that exists among the American bishops. And of course, the liberal side is using this division as a means to squash any debate regarding the Eucharistic reception. We hear continued calls for “unity” among the bishops, as if unity—and … Continue reading Eucharistic Coherence