King Saint Louis IX is the paragon of chivalry and among the worthiest of Christians to take up the Crusade. The Saintly Crusader King's letter to his son tells us much about the man. To his dear first-born son, Philip, greeting, and his father's love.Dear son, since I desire with all my heart that you … Continue reading Feast of Saint Louis IX
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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 Standard, Rivera 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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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
Despite their almost numinous quality, archetypes are a very real force in our practical world. Think of it this way: all the things we imagine actually exist. Aliens. Vampires. Dragons. Fairies. All the memories of our actual reality also exist—in real time—in the same way. Regardless whether these things can be proven as corporeal, they still … Continue reading Writers Wednesdays
Below are a couple of items which I pray portend the calamitous collapse of the mainstream media. https://youtu.be/yDWbfsf8XPA I'll be keeping an eye out for the scoop she tossed Project Veritas' way. (Should air tomorrow) In the mean time, I'd bet Ivory Hecker's story would be very similar to KARI LAKE's Story.
Scotland has appointed a vetinarian and a dentist to lead their Covid Crusade. This haggis-for-brains decision has provoked an inspired response in the way of an open letter blogger Athanasius at Catholic Truth: Dear Professor Fitzpatrick, I note that you have been appointed to the position of Chief Scientific Advisor to the government and that … Continue reading
For this week's installment I thought I would share 3 opportunities for writers to submit a short story for publication. Be sure to visit each site for their submission guidelines before sending them your work. FantaSci 2022 Writing Contest is accepting submissions for their 2022 edition of Libri Valoris. Cirsova Magazine of Thrilling Adventure and … Continue reading Writers Wednesdays
The release of Dr. Fauci's e-mails have proven once again that conspiracy theories are more reliable than the evening 'news' spewed out by the networks. THE FEDERALIST details a prime example of the media's duplicity, courtesy of the Washington Post. You can bet the WaPo was not alone in having to resort to middle-of-the-night stealth … Continue reading Conspiracy Theories Go Mainstream
Single-use Scenes How can I tell something is a rough draft or not? I’ve said more than once when reviewing something that “it feels like a rough draft.” Which is probably confusing to people – how can you tell? Well one of the things that makes it obvious is the presence of what I’ll call: … Continue reading Writers Wednesdays