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Spy Wednesday And Priests In Judas Like Betrayal Mode | The Vortex


What Does The UN , Abortion,  Lesbianism, Sodomy, Bisexuali, Transvestites, Eugenics , and Euthanasia Have In Common ? Everything

Abortion, LGBT groups join forces to quash Trump’s pro-life UN agenda | News | LifeSite


The Remnant Newspaper – “We Are the Champions”: How the Lavender Mafia Got
Over the Wall and into the Sanctuary


Cdl. Dolan Opposed to Extending Statute of Limitations for Sex Crimes Wants Old Cases Exonerated – On CMTV


Church Militant Finds Bishops Don’t Care if Priests Are Sexually Active – On The Eponymous Flower


Wrongly Accused Priest

Priest Sues Church Over Gay Conspiracy – On CMTV


***Homosexual Movement Of Acceptance Within The Priesthood Stories ***

Pro-homosexual Fr. Marti n at Church-sanctioned LA conference: ‘I stand withJesus’ | News | LifeSite


Catholics Pray Outside Cathedral Where Controversial Jesuit Speaks –TFP http://www.tfp.org/catholics-pray-outside-cathedral-where-controversial-jesuit-speaks/  Chicago Catholics Set to Protest Fr. James Martin – On CMTV


Pro-homosexual Fr. James Martin: Traditionalists can’t ‘listen’ like Jesus to gay activists | LifeSite


Pro-gay Fr. James Martin will headline LGBT symposium at public university | News | LifeSite


Mountain lions are popping up all over the Bay Area


Confronting the Gay Priest Problem – The Catholic Thing


 Report: Gay People Show Little Interest in Marriage After All | Breitbart


Pope Francis’ Scandalous Support for Homosexual Unions by Margaret Galitzin- On TIA


Ivanka Trump – Backed by Pence – Promotes Gay, Transgender Rights by Cliff Kincaid- On TIA


Vatican II, Homosexuality and Pedophilia by Atila Sinke Guimaraes- On TIA


St. Peter Damian on homosexuality: ‘This Vices Causes Death of Bodies and Destruction of Souls’ – On TIA


Scriptures Against Homosexuality – On John Salza’s Site


The Real Face Of The Left Coming To A City Near You – On You Tube

Pro-life Chilean congressman Jose Antonio Kast suffered a violent mob assault earlier this week as he was attempting to enter an auditorium as a guest speaker at the University Arturo Prat in the Chilean city of Iquique.  

The ordeal lasted for close to 30 minutes before the local police arrived wearing riot gear to disperse the mob.  Much of the assault was captured on video and can be seen below.

Jose Antonio Kast, a conservative politician who placed fourth in the last presidential elections in Chile was the most visible political opponent to the legalization of abortion and redefinition of marriage in Chile.  A Catholic and a father of nine, he can be seen in the video being called a Nazi, threatened to death, hit with rocks and bottles, kicked, and spat upon.

After being repulsed from the auditorium a small group of advisors attempted to shield him as they sought refuge from the attack, finally finding it inside a nearby gas station.

The violent mob remained outside laying siege to the gas station until the police arrived, at which point they ran away.  Mr. Kast was taken to a local hospital where injuries to one of his legs required him to wear a cast.  He also suffered torn ligaments in one of his hands.

Media interviews captured on camera at the scene of the crime revealed the motivation behind the attacks on Mr. Kast.  An unnamed LGBT university leader admits in one of these interviews that “the rejection of Kast is due to the fact that he has ridiculed the social demands of the LGBT groups, which have had to organize this protest as a way to make visible the institutional violence that LGBT groups have suffered at the university.”  



March 28 – Noble deeds make noble men – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


March 28 – He refused life and liberty at the price of conformity- Ven. Christopher Wharton  – On Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites


Josef Speckbacher and his son Andreas, Engraving after F. Defregger


From the letter to the Hebrews 12:14-29 You have come to the mountain of the living God

Strive for peace with all men, and for that holiness without which no one can see the Lord. See to it that no man falls away from the grace of God; that no bitter root springs up through which many may become defiled; that there be among you no fornicator or godless person like Esau, who sold his birthright for a meal. You know that afterward he wanted to inherit his father’s blessing, but he was rejected because he had no opportunity to alter his choice, even though he sought the blessing with tears.

You have not drawn near to an untouchable mountain and a blazing fire, nor gloomy darkness and storm and trumpet blast, nor a voice speaking words such that those who heard begged that they be not addressed to them, for they could not bear to hear the command: “If even an animal touches the mountain, it must be stoned to death.” Indeed, so fearful was the spectacle that Moses said, “I am terrified and trembling.”

No, you have drawn near to Mount Zion and the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem, to myriads of angels in festal gathering, to the assembly of the firstborn enrolled in heaven, to God the judge of all, to the spirits of just men made perfect, to Jesus, the mediator of a new covenant, and to the sprinkled blood which speaks more eloquently than that of Abel.

Do not refuse to hear him who speaks. For if the Israelites did not escape punishment when they refused to listen as God spoke to them on earth, how much greater punishment will be ours if we turn away from him who speaks from heaven! His voice then shook the earth, but now he has promised, “I will once more shake not only earth but heaven!” And that “once more” shows that shaken, created things will pass away, so that only what is unshaken may remain.

Wherefore, we who are receiving the unshakable kingdom should hold fast to God’s grace, through which we may offer worship acceptable to him in reverence and awe. For our God is a consuming fire.

From a treatise on John by Saint Augustine, bishop The perfection of love

Dear brethren, the Lord has marked out for us the fullness of love that we ought to have for each other. He tells us: No one has greater love than the man who lays down his life for his friends. In these words, the Lord tells us what the perfect love we should have for one another involves. John, the evangelist who recorded them, draws the conclusion in one of his letters: As Christ laid down his life for us, so we too ought to lay down our lives for our brothers. We should indeed love one another as he loved us, he who laid down his life for us.

This is surely what we read in the Proverbs of Solomon: If you sit down to eat at the table of a ruler, observe carefully what is set before you; then stretch out your hand, knowing that you must provide the same kind of meal yourself. What is this ruler’s table if not the one at which we receive the body and blood of him who laid down his life for us? What does it mean to sit at this table if not to approach it with humility? What does it mean to observe carefully what is set before you if not to meditate devoutly on so great a gift? What does it mean to stretch out one’s hand, knowing that one must provide the same kind of meal oneself, if not what I have just said: as Christ laid down his life for us, so we in our turn ought to lay down our lives for our brothers? This is what the apostle Paul said: Christ suffered for us, leaving us an example, that we might follow in his footsteps.

This is what is meant by providing “the same kind of meal.” This is what the blessed martyrs did with such burning love. If we are to give true meaning to our celebration of their memorials, to our approaching the Lord’s table in the very banquet at which they were fed, we must, like them, provide “the same kind of meal.”

At this table of the Lord we do not commemorate the martyrs in the same way as we commemorate others who rest in peace. We do not pray for the martyrs as we pray for those others, rather, they pray for us, that we may follow in his footsteps. They practiced the perfect love of which the Lord said there could be none greater. They provided “the same kind of meal” as they had themselves received at the Lord’s table. This must not be understood as saying that we can be the Lord’s equals by bearing witness to him to the extent of shedding our blood. He had the power of laying down his life; we by contrast cannot choose the length of our lives, and we die even if it is against our will. He, by dying, destroyed death in himself; we are freed from death only in his death. His body did not see corruption; our body will see corruption and only then be clothed through him in incorruption at the end of the world. He needed no help from us in saving us; without him we can do nothing. He gave himself to us as the vine to the branches; apart from him we cannot have life.

Finally, even if brothers die for brothers, yet no martyr by shedding his blood brings forgiveness for the sins of his brothers, as Christ brought forgiveness to us. In this he gave us, not an example to imitate but a reason for rejoicing. Inasmuch, then, as they shed their blood for their brothers, the martyrs provided “the same kind of meal” as they had received at the Lord’s table. Let us then love one another as Christ also loved us and gave himself up for us.

Spy Wednesday – Maundy Thursday – Lauds – Tenabrae