Monthly Archives: November 2012

Just a Note

Interesting.  Yesterday, I announced that I would ease up on blogging; that I had so many other things to do.  I did not think that this humble blog was being very effective in its purpose, and considering that there were … Continue reading

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What’s Up?

We had the best Thanksgiving ever!  We didn’t do much. In the past, I have drained myself with hours upon hours of cooking, baking, cleaning.  This year, I advised my out-of-town family that they would be welcome to pop on … Continue reading

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For Greater Glory Showing, Joliet.

The movie For Greater Glory, a true account of the bloody and ruthless persecution of Catholics in Mexico during the 1920’s, will be shown.  Admission is free and refreshments will be provided; all are welcome. (How about a TLM, and … Continue reading

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“El Catorce” of the Cristero Wars

“El Catorce” is a most interesting character, certainly someone not deemed to have been a saintly figure, but at least he fought on the right side.  May God have mercy on his soul!  Known as a fearless fighter, but also … Continue reading

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Hilarious..Obamacare

“So what the ‘blank’ could possibly go wrong?”, she asks! We could all use a good laugh, so watch and enjoy this short clip which a good friend e-mailed me. In one mere sentence, Barbara Bellar neatly sums it up … Continue reading

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Voris on the Aftermath of the Election

This analysis is quite sobering. I couldn’t help but think of what my friend from Guatemala said about the earthquake.  He sees it as God’s punishment. I wonder how many are able to discern that God is punishing America also. … Continue reading

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My Guatemalan Friend Asks for Prayers

I have a dear friend in Guatemala who e-mailed me to ask for prayers.  In your charity, would you please pray for the suffering, and for those who have died.  He wrote with most moving sentiment, spoken like a true … Continue reading

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The Advance of Tradition

The new trad blog, Missa Omnium has quite a few photos of the November 1-3 pilgrimage to Rome – over one hundred of them, in fact. They give you a feel of what it must have been like to participate … Continue reading

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The Remnant Coverage…

….of the traditionalist’s pilgrimage to Rome is available on their Facebook page.  Go there for more videos of this historic event. Here is one of their more recent reports of about three hours ago: The Cardinal’s [Cardinal Antonio Cañizares Llovera, … Continue reading

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Day of the Dead

It is piously believed that the souls in Purgatory are allowed to visit their beloved family and friends still on earth, on this the Day of the Dead, or All Souls Day. “And the enemy death shall be destroyed last: … Continue reading

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