Bishop: Western politicians damage African Christianity by ‘pandering’ to Islam | On CatholicHerald.co.uk
Nigerian Christian: “Why do they think Islam is a religion of peace? These
people have been killing us for decades.” | On Robert Spencer
Philosophers warn Europe: protect borders, restore marriage if you want to survive | News | LifeSite
Eastern European Resistance to Islamization – | On Crisis Magazine
The Koran is a Call to Violence – | On EP
Former Military Officer Commander And Adviser To The Islamic Threat John
Guandolo – On Slaughter On The Vegas Strip Was Jihadist Attack on The
Hagmann Report – | On YouTube
Hizballah jihadis entered Germany among Muslim “refugees” | On Robert Spencer
As muslim immigrants continue to pour over the border into Germany and following almost 900 years the Cistercian Abbey Himmerod, a monastery in the Diocese of Trier, Germany has fallen. – The monolithic structure and grounds larger than the estates of the British monarchy survived the Germanic barbarian hordes, many wars , natural disasters, and even Hitler. What it could not survive is novus ordo Catholicism. This many consecutive years without a vocation, the spirit of sacrifice and chivalry stripped from its peoples by the new religion in the face of the invading enemy – she fell – The order turns the property over to the cash rich Diocese, which will dissolve it conceivably into the triple digit millions.
Thousands of ISIS Soldiers Surrender in Iraq – On CMTV
The Kirralie Moment! On The Glazov Gang : Investigation Continues On The
Promoting Of Sharia With Your Grocery Purchases | Via You Tube
Pakistan: Senate body rejects ban on child marriage as “un-Islamic” |On Robert Spencer
Australia: Muslim tells intel services, “It’s either you will become a Muslim or you will die by the sword” | On Robert Spencer
Massive turnout for rosary crusade in Poland. Liberals furious | News | LifeSite
As predicted and prophesized Oberfeld v. Hodges Decision Overthrowing Marriage Between ONE man and ONE woman Prompts Islamic Inspired Polygamists’ Lawsuit:
‘If gay marriage is legal, then polygamy marriage should be legal’ | News | LifeSite
Islam over the centuries.
Aggressive bloody Muslim invasions informed papal teaching. Pope Callixtus III denounced Islam as a “diabolical sect.” Pius II warned against Muhammad as a “false prophet,” and Pope Eugene condemned “the abominable sect of Mahomet.” In the 16th century, Pope Leo X described the Muslims as replacing the light of salvation with “totally unyielding blindness.” Modern day Popes, such as Pius XI described the “darkness of Islam.” Pope Francis surely relegates these predecessors and the great Doctor of the Church, St. Thomas Aquinas’ description of Islam as “diabolical” to the ash heap of unenlightened bigotry.
Jesuit Islamic Scholar: Islam Not a Religion of Peace | CMTV
Italian Archbishop: In 10 Years We Will All Be Muslims |OnePeterFive
The Georgetown-Saudi connection ought to raise some ecclesiastical eyebrows
Bishops Ignore Laws of Probability, Chase after Red Herring | Crisis Magazine
Their claim that there is an “Islamophobia industry” in America relies almost entirely on similar claims made by two left-wing George Soros-funded organizations, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and the Center for American Progress (CAP). And then, of course, there is the question of objectivity. Just how reliable are the studies that come out of an institute that is named after and funded by a Saudi prince? “Islamophobia industry”? What we seem to have at Georgetown is an Islamophilia industry—one that serves the interests of the Royal Kingdom rather than the interests of American Catholics.
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Catholic and Muslim Reactions to the News of the Turkish Defeat at Lepanto – Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites
St. Luke the Evangelist, Is Considered A Martyr By Our Holy Mother Church – Saint of October 18
From a homily on the gospels by Saint Gregory the Great, Pope – For Today The Feast Of Saint Luke
Beloved brothers, our Lord and Savior sometimes gives us instruction by words and sometimes by actions. His very deeds are our commands; and whenever he acts silently he is teaching us what we should do. For example, he sends his disciples out to preach two by two, because the precept of charity is twofold—love of God and of one’s neighbor.
The Lord sends his disciples out to preach in twos in order to teach us silently that whoever fails in charity toward his neighbor should by no means take upon himself the office of preaching.
Rightly is it said that he sent them ahead of him into every city and place where he himself was to go. For the Lord follows after the preachers, because preaching goes ahead to prepare the way, and then when the words of exhortation have gone ahead and established truth in our minds, the Lord comes to live within us. To those who preach Isaiah says: Prepare the way of the Lord, make straight the paths of our God. And the psalmist tells them: Make a way for him who rises above the sunset. The Lord rises above the sunset because from that very place where he slept in death, he rose again and manifested a greater glory. He rises above the sunset because in his resurrection he trampled underfoot the death which he endured. Therefore, we make a way for him who rises above the sunset when we preach his glory to you, so that when he himself follows after us, he may illumine you with his love.
Let us listen now to his words as he sends his preachers forth: The harvest is great but the laborers are few. Pray therefore the Lord of the harvest to send laborers into his harvest. That the harvest is good but the laborers are few cannot be said without a heavy heart, for although there are many to hear the good news there are only a few to preach it. Indeed, see how full the world is of priests, but yet in God’s harvest a true laborer is rarely to be found; although we have accepted the priestly office we do not fulfill its demands.
Think over, my beloved brothers, think over his words: Pray the Lord of the harvest to send laborers into his harvest. Pray for us so that we may be able to labor worthily on your behalf, that our tongue may not grow weary of exhortation, that after we have taken up the office of preaching our silence may not bring us condemnation from the just judge.
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