Thursday, January 17, 2019

ALL POSTS FROM THE CATHOLIC CONSPIRACY

Pro-life March, Tuesday’s Prayer for Priests

Our Lady of Guadalupe, we pray that you give strength and perseverance to our priests and deacons as they continue their work for the...

PARISH REPORT: Diocese Approves 3-Parish Trade Involving All-Star Altar Server

(ACMPress) BISMARCK – The Diocese of Bismarck approved a blockbuster trade of altar servers and draft picks among three diocesan parishes, with one analyst calling it a...

Humility’s Resistance to Germination

The audience had applauded with enthusiasm after the presenter’s slide show. The gardening program left the attendees buzzing and eager to put into practice...

Strength for the March for Life, Tuesday’s Prayer for Sister’s and Nuns

Our Lady of Guadalupe, we pray that you give strength and perseverance to our Sisters and Nuns as they continue their work for the...

Conspirator Spotlight – Blessed William Carter

William Carter was born around the year 1548, in London. He became a printer's apprentice at the age of 15, working for several well-known...

TCC Sunday Reading Reflection – January 13, 2019

January 13, 2019 Feast of the Baptism of the Lord IS 40:1-5, 9-11  PS 104:1B-2, 3-4, 24-25, 27-28, 29-30  TI 2:11-14; 3:4-7  LK 3:15-16, 21-22 Christ's baptism...

Letters from Armorica- Cleaning Up (15 Novembre 34 AF)

First Letter Dear Aunt Maggie, Trusting that my cousin Jack is well, and presuming upon your good will, I've enclosed a letter for him. Please, of...

PARISH REPORT: Man Wears Veil to TLM to Avoid Seeing Women Wearing Pants

ACMPress – SAN ANTONIO – Seymour Heere created a bit of a stir at the Sunday 11:00 AM Tridentine Rite Mass at Sts Bausch...

Seminarians to Persevere, Thursday’s Prayer for Priests

Lord Jesus, once you called the first disciples in order to make them fishers of men.  Continue to let resound today your sweet invitation: ...

Fallow and Exposed

Had I still been using a typewriter, there would be a pile of balled up, partially typed pages surrounding my desk. I thought I...

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