The Vaxed Chickens Are Coming Home to Roost (AND SOME TO DIE)!

Catholicism Pure & Simple

From Les Femmes – The Truth:

Some “medical professionals” think all the negative data coming out about the jab is just one big conspiracy theory from a bunch of ignorant, mentally ill folks wearing tin hats.They seem to believe that the only doctors who arerealmedical professionals (besides themselves) are the onestheyagree with …like Dr. Fauci. No matter how impressive the credentials of other medical professionals, they are dismissed as quacks and cranks.

That is the new DR. FAUCI SCIENCE. Don’t question the non-practicing guru who hasn’t worked with patients in decades. You question him, you are a science denier!

No matter how much data and research reveal the link between the jab (It’s not a vaccination!) and physical damage, even death, to those who receive it; the true believers continue to beat the drum. Take the jab! Wear a mask! Wear two masks, wear three!…

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Abp. Viganò: Meditation for the Season of Advent

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Detail from “Visitation” (1530) by Mariotto Albertinelli (1474–1515) [Wikipedia Commons]

 Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano at Catholic Family News:

“Come therefore, Lord Jesus, seek Thy servant, seek Thy weary sheep.”
— St. Ambrose of Milan

“Quaere, inquit, servum tuum, quoniam mandata tua non sum oblitus. Veni ergo, Domine Jesu, quaere servum tuum, quaere lassam ovem tuam; veni, pastor, quaere sicut oves Joseph. Erravit ovis tua, dum tu moraris, dum tu versaris in montibus. Dimitte nonaginta novem oves tuas, et veni unam ovem quaerere quae erravit. Veni sine canibus, veni sine malis operariis, veni sine mercenario, qui per januam introire non noverit. Veni sine adjutore, sine nuntio, jam dudum te expecto venturum; scio enim venturum, quoniam mandata tua non sum oblitus. Veni non cum virga, sed cum caritate spirituque mansuetudinis.”[1]

The sacred time of Advent is of ancient institution and we find mention of it from around the fifth century, as…

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And Yet They Wear the Mask

The Orthosphere

“Suddenly, I felt a need to see beneath the mask.  I wanted to know the face of the voice, and, with a movement I was utterly unable to control, swiftly my fingers tore away the mask.  Oh, horror, horror, horror.”

Gaston Leroux, The Phantom of the Opera (1911)

There were, perhaps, twenty people at yesterday’s faculty meeting, not counting the fakers who were dozing behind their profile pictures on Zoom.  Masked men and women were in the majority by a ratio of nine to one, this again not counting those hidden by digital prophylaxis.  At the same time,  daily positive covid tests in this county are running at a ratio of seven positives to a population of 100,000.

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Vaccine Passports for Mass?

Catholicism Pure & Simple

By Douglas Farrow at Crisis Magazine:

Last month I wrote a piece entitledUnclean! Unclean!in which I criticized the decision of the Archbishop of Moncton to divide his flock between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated, and to refuse any longer to nourish the latter with sacramental graces. That piece lasted some thirty-six hours before it was removed. Apparently, one doesn’t accuse a sitting archbishop of heretical views and schismatic actions.

The archbishop’s decision didn’t last much longer. He struck a new deal with the New Brunswick health authorities that stopped just short of excommunicating the unvaccinated. Meanwhile, up the road, a Protestant pastor who didn’t think either deal palatable wasjailedbriefly for violating the new one. Shades of Spruce Grove and other communities across Canada, where the full force of the law is being brought to bear on the “vaccine hesitant”—or rather, where the full force of the…

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Sing a New Song….

A Song of Joy by Caroline Furlong

Learn more through the link, readers:

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