Friday, October 26, 2007

My fav. Quarterback and NFL team the Green Bay Packer

Green Bay Packers Brett Favre and Wife Deanna Credit Catholic Faith

PLEASE LISTEN! Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

Listen and remind yourself of the date of which he is so very accurate and relevant for our times TODAY!

Is Christian Civilization Dead

World Renowned Theologian Renders Possibly Decisive Blow in Debate on Plan B in Catholic

Good Read from Sandro Magister

Before the Last Conclave: "What I Told the Future Pope"

My fav. from Cardinal Biffi's book on their time in the conclave and his comments to the soon to be elected pope:

"1. After hearing all of the statements - correct, opportune, impassioned - that have been made here, I would like to express to the future pope (who is listening to me now) my complete solidarity, concord, understanding, and even a bit of my fraternal compassion. But I would also like to suggest to him that he not be too worried about what he has heard here, and that he not be too frightened. The Lord Jesus will not ask him to resolve all the world's problems. He will ask him to love him with extraordinary love: 'Do you love me more than these?' (cf. John 21:15).

I don't know if this book is available stateside tho... = (

In Iowa:Report: Illegal workers no burden

The real reason we have an illegal immigration situation...$$$ and votes! Duh...

The $40 million paid to the state treasury by undocumented workers would increase if more of them worked "on the books" and if the state cracked down on employers paying cash and not withholding taxes, the researchers said.

"If Iowa wants to increase state tax revenue, it can do it two ways," said Pearson. "By increasing the percentage of workers paying tax on their income or by increasing the workers' wages."

Thursday, October 25, 2007


Jerome Corsi on Glenn Beck (Video) Glenn Beck

North American Union? No chance, says US ambassador
Does this sound weird to you?

There's an effort to try to get North America more prosperous to continue in the global economy, and maybe be prepared to deal with cross-border emergencies so if something happened at this bridge or the Ambassador Bridge it wouldn't shut the border down. Or with an avian flu epidemic, we could help each other out. Or make more compatible our regulations so we don't bog each other down with red tape."

Something's not right....why isn't that an issue for our Defense Departments or our Homeland Security? Something's REALLY wrong with these statement!

More news on NAU:

John Wallace- Position Paper on NAFTA and the North American Union

( "Building a North American Community")

"The most important feature of the SPP is that it does not require congressional ratification or the passage of any federal legislation by the congress of the United States . This design places the negotiation fully within the authority of the executive branch in the United States . How else would Mexican truckers be able to begin operating in the USA over the objections of Congress, American truckers and most of the American people?"


Amero plot real, says biz columnist

Analysis- Potential plot to form a North American Union mandates a federal investigation

The Amero, The Bubble, and More (interesting analysis)

Fox in the American Henhouse, and the Second Mexican Revolution

Is a 'North American Union' in the future? Mexico, U.S. deny plan for any EU-like merger

In our view: Regional currency

Canadian/American Business Mergers Boost 'North American Union?'

Oct. 15 issue of The New American magazine (FREE DOWNLOAD pdf.file)

EU Plans Blue Card to Lure Skilled Migrant Workers

Ya' think this is the 'FIX'?

"The European Union is proposing a blue card to attract skilled workers to Europe in the face of an aging population and a declining birth rate."

Brownback to meet Rudy

Tell me NO!


What blessings from OUR LORD! The humble beauty of his voice! We are so richly blessed. We should all remember from where our gifts come. Keep listening to HIM and HE will lead the way in all things! To HIM ALL THE PRAISE, HONOR AND GLORY!
I can't wait to hear his Schubert's Ave Maria!

The 2nd Part:

Catholic League: Miller's Apology is Insulting

Jesuit theologian gets SPI's all wrong

MHR & SPI 'stuff'

Most Holy Redeemer (San Francisco)and the Golden Gate Guards/Inter-Club Fund

News in brief: 'Desperate Divas' pageant Sat.

Traditions in leather continue

Cal Eagles Motorcycle Club's 18th Anniversary party


Catholic School Bans Harry Potter Books

The full story: Man from ministry bans Potter

St. Joseph's pastor, the Rev. Ron Barker, removed the books, declaring that the themes of witchcraft and sorcery were inappropriate for a Catholic school.

"He said that he thought most children were strong enough to resist the temptation," said one mother who asked that her name not be used because she did not want her family to be singled out. "But he said it's his job to protect the weak and the strong."


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Thank you Fr. Barker from all mothers! GOD Bless you, your school, and parish!

Fr. Euteneuer sees ‘Irony’ in Archbishop of Canterbury’s Abortion Statement

FRONT ROYAL, VA — The Rev. Thomas J. Euteneuer, STL, president of Human Life International, (HLI) today remarked on an op-ed appearing in the British publication The Observer on October 21, entitled, “Britain's abortion debate lacks a moral dimension” by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams.
Father Euteneuer said, “While not agreeing with everything Dr. Williams said, I certainly appreciate his comments on the tragedy of abortion in commemorating the fortieth anniversary of the British Abortion Act. He is certainly correct about the moral ‘slippage’ that has occurred, where abortion is viewed far more casually today than was foreseen in 1967.”
“However,” Fr. Euteneuer said, “As a Roman Catholic priest I see a genuine irony in his comments. At one point Dr. Williams asks, ‘We may well ask what has happened’ in regard to this slippage. For a Roman Catholic what has happened is all too clear: In 1930 The Church of England was the first Christian church to allow the separation of procreation from the marital act in the Lambeth decision on contraception and gave endorsement, even if unwittingly, to future policies which would allow the killing of children. It's a small step from excluding children from sex to expelling children from the womb.” Fr. Euteneuer said.
“The ‘slippage’ Dr. Williams speaks of is precisely what Pope Pius XI warned of in the Papal encyclical, Castii Conubii, issued in response to Lambeth, and what Pope Paul VI reiterated in his 1968 encyclical Humanae Vitae. These popes said that the widespread use of contraception would lead to ‘a general lowering of morality’. By now we see this in our entire society. On the social as well as the personal levels, contraception and abortion are two sides of the same bad penny.” Fr. Euteneuer said.
He continued, “If you think it through, Dr. Williams’s comments on our current moral climate tend to vindicate the Roman Catholic position on birth control as still the only realistic position if we hope to restore moral sanity. HLI hopes that all good-willed people will take a hard look at how we got where we are today and recognize the role contraception played in it. It is my prayer that the centuries-old Christian consensus on the sin of contraception, which all but vanished at Lambeth, will be restored.”

Rabbi Reveals Name of the Messiah


Start here at Catholic Culture -What You Need to Know: Prayer:

Look to the right hand side in a list in a box:Latest Things You Need to Know (a few from the list):
More there.....

Catholics want Vatican to clean church

Wednesday, October 24, 2007


Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence: Perpetually Juvenile


Update 12:52pm Eastern. Breathe a small sigh of relief. Shamnesty is defeated again. The DREAM Act has been beat back. The vote was 52-44, falling short of the 3/5 threshhold.

DREAM Act Fails Cloture Vote

It WILL be back. (Keeping up with this stuff is a full-time JOB!)

Nuns and bikers ride for the needy (**NOT SPI)

Our Pro-Life Dilemma Presidential Election 2008

Exclusive: Jill Stanek reports on dilemma facing pro-lifer leaders regarding election

Feds outsource Mexican truck safety

Self-Government in Peril from the Globalists

And this begs the question....'we' couldn't deal with the after-effects of Katrina in NO and now 'we' are handling the effects of deadly and devastating wildfires...but we have to set up some kind of 'comprehensive policy' for an epidemic flu situation???

World Alliance of Reformed Churches & Reformed Ecumenical Council

Reformed Christians agree formation of new global body
The World Alliance of Reformed Churches and the Reformed Ecumenical Council have agreed to the formation of a new global Reformed body.

Tuesday, October 23, 2007



Shamnesty alert: Dems prepare to ram DREAM Act through with cloture vote

Controversial Catholic Speakers Month

Another controversial Catholic speaker comes to Austin

PRAYER ALERT: Research in "womb-on-a-chip"

Scientists try to build a better 'womb' for IVF

"10 mouse eggs on a razor-thin microchip lined with a "bed" of cultured uterus tissue."

Teruo Fujii and his colleagues believe their "womb-on-a-chip" is superior to growing embryos in the static environment of a Petri dish, the way in-vitro fertilization clinics now prepare embryos for implantation into a mother's womb. Eventually, they hope it will lead to better outcomes for infertile women.


Microchip gives staff the lowdown on pupils

"Ten pupils began wearing a chip sewn into their uniforms eight months ago."


Alabama Picks a Bible Textbook

Who Really Owns the Roads?

'HP'- Put Dumbledore Back in the Closet

Monday, October 22, 2007

From Fr. Mark - His Homily from France

BEAUTIFUL and quite consoling in the midst of our trials from this past week!

Shamnesty alert:Desperate Dems & the DREAM Act

Michael Brown - Our Blessed Mother Weeps & MHR


Yes, I believe Our Blessed Mother is crying for all her children...most especially her priests.

Please don't cry 'Momma'...we'll make it better...we'll pray more and accept our crosses for love of HIM and YOU!

Austin, TX PP OPENED today...

New "Planned Parenthood" Building Opens in Austin Today


Could One Man Influence Abortion Law?

MHR - "The Culmination of Years of Dissent"


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Is this part of the 'plan'?

Lay Catholics step up during priest shortage

Gautier considers the emergence of people in this role a stop-gap measure. "It's not like all parishes are going to be replaced by lay people," Gautier said. "It's to help them out until there's such a time as there's enough priests to go around."

I pray and hope so!
With Minninger empowered as a pastoral minister, she's not only able to counsel church members but can pick up such duties as preaching, presiding over funerals and baptizing children when a priest isn't available.


Well apparently, she sees this for the future....hmmmm...'plan'....?

But Minninger said her family fully supports her new career, and its rewards far outweigh its challenges. "I would hope that in this position that I or anyone else in this ministry will be able to model for other people the many ways that you can serve in the church," she said. "I do see this as a part of the future of the church."

Well there ya' is the 'plan'.

VOTF - National Conference News Wrap-Up

Catholic group accused of not supporting abuse victims

And since they've got no where else to go on issues...why not jump on the same old worn out issue---Allowing married priests may be group’s next goal

"Rev. Richard McBrien, a theologian at the University of Notre Dame and a longtime friend of the group"... again visits...celibacy:

There is another reason as well for reconsidering the rule, he said. In such a pool of men for whom lifelong celibacy is not a problem there is bound to be a disproportionate number of “sexually immature or sexually dysfunctional candidates,” he said. Opening the door of the priesthood to married men would broaden the pool of quality candidates, he said.

Nah....the issue is HOLINESS and Mr. Hayes hits it (DITTO!) :

Michael Hayes, managing editor of a Web site,, and author of Googling God, offered members in a workshop yesterday some of the challenges that Voice of the Faithful faces in trying to reach out to younger Catholics, particularly those in the so-called Millennium Generation, born after 1980.

In contrast to the Voice of the Faithful members, who are often perceived as more distrustful of authority, including church leaders, the Millenniums, said Hayes, are far more trusting of civil and church authority. They are more likely to get involved in helping one’s neighbor not because it’s a nice thing to do but because it is what Jesus asks of them, and far more comfortable than Baby Boomers to pray alone before the Blessed Sacrament and to seek out a priest for confession — all things the Voice of the Faithful members need to appreciate more if they’re ever going to reach a new generation.

Catholic Hospitals

A question of last rights
What if a Catholic hospital doesn't respect your wishes?

Can a Health Care Market Be Moral? A Catholic Vision

BINGO, SPI, & $$$

Bingo a big business for Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence


Kidnapped Catholic priests freed in Iraq

Thank and Praise YOU FATHER,
Thank and Praise YOU JESUS,
Thank and Praise You HOLY SPIRIT!

Judicial Watch Obtains New FDA Documents Re: Abortion Pill RU-486