US Catholic Bishops Complicit In Muslim Persecution Of Christians
Islamic Expert: US Bishops Complicit in Muslim Persecution of Christians
Robert Spencer: Opposition to Trump Immigration Ban is Based on False Pretenses – YouTube
Featured Article On NOR ( New Oxford Review )
Dawah, Dislocation, and the Hijacking Of Catholic Muslim Dialogue – An Insiders Look On The USCCB & The “Civilization – Jihadist” Process – By Catholic Attorney And Writer – Timothy D. Lusch–pdf on the link —>
Dawah, Dislocation, and the Hijacking Of Catholic Muslim Dialogue = Timothy D. Lusch
A Strategy for Fighting the Cold War with Islam – Crisis Magazine
Nigeria Islam Situation – Another 82 Boko Haram abductees freed, but scores still missing :: From The Bishops News (CNA)
Mark Twain Recounts Islamic Brutality in Syria – On EP
What Catholics Can Learn About Islam from a Former Muslim – Crisis Magazine
Forgiveness: Muslims Moved as Coptic Christians Do the Unimaginable … | Christianity Today
Archive Article References
William Kilpatrick’s Has the Church in the U.S. Succumbed to the Charms of Islam? On New Oxford Review
And The News On These Related Topics From The Archive Of The Last Week Of This Past April
Traditional Catholic News On The Pope In Egypt & Islam – The Malta Order Narrative Continues To Devolve & Escalate | TCE |
What does all this mean ?
The re-emergence of the worldwide apostasy of Arianism – Ancient Asian Deity Religions, Adventism (jehovahs witnesses) and Islam , as well as modern day talmudic rabbinical judaism are all forms of the same radical pagan anti-trinitarian arianism
When we see elements of these religions converge either with each other or with Catholicism , it brings us to the apocalyptic prophesies of the beginning of the end of days – the era of the end of times has begun – We must pray fervently to the Trinitarian Lord of All and constantly invoke the appeasement of the Sacred Heart of Jesus through Our Lady of Fatima’s Immaculate Heart – and pray more , read, study , and pray yet more …….
Prayerful Reflection On The Treatise On the Trinity by Saint Hilary, bishop
The unity of the faithful in God through the incarnation of the Word and the Sacrament of the Eucharist
We believe that the Word became flesh and that we receive his flesh in the Lord’s Supper. How then can we fail to believe that he really dwells within us? When he became man, he actually clothed himself in our flesh, uniting it to himself for ever. In the sacrament of his body he actually gives us his own flesh, which he has united to his divinity. This is why we are all one, because the Father is in Christ, and Christ is in us. He is in us through his flesh and we are in him. With him we form a unity which is in God.
The manner of our indwelling in him through the sacrament of his body and blood is evident from the Lord’s own words: This world will see me no longer but you shall see me. Because I live you shall live also, for I am in my Father, you are in me, and I am in you. If it had been a question of mere unity of will, why should he have given us this explanation of the steps by which it is achieved? He is in the Father by reason of his divine nature, we are in him by reason of his human birth, and he is in us through the mystery of the sacraments. This, surely, is what he wished us to believe; this is how he wanted us to understand the perfect unity that is achieved through our Mediator, who lives in the Father while we live in him, and who, while living in the Father, lives also in us. This is how we attain to unity with the Father. Christ is in very truth in the Father by his eternal generation; we are in very truth in Christ, and he likewise is in us.
Christ himself bore witness to the reality of his unity when he said: He who eats my flesh and drinks my blood lives in me and I in him. No one will be in Christ unless Christ himself has been in him; Christ will take to himself only the flesh of those who have received his flesh.
He had already explained the mystery of this perfect unity when he said: As the living Father sent me and I draw life from the Father, so he who eats my flesh will draw life from me. We draw life from his flesh just as he draws life from the Father. Such comparisons aid our understanding, since we can grasp a point more easily when we have an analogy. And the point is that Christ is the wellspring of our life. Since we who are in the flesh have Christ dwelling in us through his flesh, we shall draw life from him in the same way he draws life from the Father.
Our Lady Of Fatima Pray For Us