Saturday, July 26, 2008

Update: PZ Myers - MN

I didn't want to give any more attention to this situation but we all have to pray for Mr. Myers and make prayers of reparation.

Minnesota professor claims to have desecrated Eucharist

Jimmy Akin has a good post....

Prayer of Reparation
O Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, I adore thee profoundly. I offer thee the most precious Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ, present in all the tabernacles of the world, in reparation for the outrages, sacrileges and indifferences by which He is offended. By the infinite merits of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I beg of thee the conversion of poor sinners.

40 Years - Humanae Vitae

Humanae Vitae

40th Anniversary of "Humanae Vitae"

Dissident Catholic groups target 'Humanae Vitae'

Fr. Corapi - On the 40th Anniversary of Humanae Vitae

L'Osservatore: Paul VI Never Looked Back

Dissident groups ask Vatican to abandon teaching on contraception

The Most Pro-Life Thing You Can Do

Italy: Catholic critics want an end to ban on contraception

Gandhi and Pope Paul united by opposition to birth control

Priests still suffering from effects of Humanae Vitae dissenters, Vatican cardinal says

Thursday, July 24, 2008

UFOs - Down Under

UFO spotted in NSW's South Coast in past month claim

Astronaut reveals that aliens have better technology than humans

Aliens exist, but NASA covers them up says astronaut

St. Charbel

Optional Memorial
July 24th

Lambeth Conference '08 News 7-24-08

Lambeth diary: Anglicans in turmoil

Bishops turning back on Lambeth

Democracy in the Anglican Church - everyone has a voice.

The unbearable politeness of being at Lambeth Conference

Clerics unlikely to solve rift on same-sex unions or gay clergy

Conference diary

Cardinal Urges Lambeth Participants to Evangelize

Brian McLaren Challenges Anglicans on Emerging Culture

Lieberman, Hagee & McCain

Say it ain't so, Joe? -- Lieberman speaks at Hagee event, compares the pastor to Moses

Obama Campaign - Republicans Supporting Obama

Campaign is coordinating a blitz by the ‘Obamacans’

"But campaign events featuring Republicans praising Obama are seen as an effective counterpunch to Sen. Joe Lieberman’s (I-Conn.) aggressive backing of Sen. John McCain’s (R-Ariz.) White House bid."

Confusion....and who is the author?

GOD help us.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Lambeth Conference '08 News

FACTBOX-What is the Lambeth Conference?

The shindig begins with nerves and half-naked dancers (Sad)
"One Roman Catholic present, who asked not to be named, told The Times: "It was an extraordinary service, enough to make me consider becoming an Anglican." How many and who they were may never be known as they were all huddled in the venue's VIP area, screened off from prying eyes."

Archbishop confirms church's anti-gay sex stance

Americans are calling the shots - with gusto - at Lambeth conference

Letters from Lambeth (blog)

Anglican bishop John Chane says 'demonic' conservatives going in wrong direction (this is always quite helpful and quite charitable -NOT!)

Warring Anglicans must 'find solutions beyond schism'

Church needs a miracle to survive, says Archbishop

Archbishop dismisses suggestion of schism within Anglican Communion (Denial?)

US Bishops drop bid to have Robinson admitted to Lambeth Conference

Church is not wounded and bleeding, says Williams

Bishops boycotting Lambeth Conference 'are weakening church's efforts to resolve crisis'

TimesOnline - Reports on the Lambeth Conference '08

Update: Xmark/Verichip - Sale Completed


Monday, July 21, 2008


The Internet--a private eye's best friend

Afghan secrets revealed on Google Earth

Anglican Church News - Lambeth Conference '08

Lambeth Conference: Dr Rowan Williams' speech in full

For this to be a reality, we must be honest about how deep some of the hurts and difficulties currently go; and we must refresh and reanimate our sense of what our Communion ought to be contributing to the whole ecumenical spectrum of Christian life. We cannot ignore the fact that what is seen to be a new doctrine and policy about same-sex relations, one that is not the same as that of the vast majority at the last Lambeth Conference, is causing pain and perplexity. We cannot ignore the pressures created by new structures that are being improvised in reaction to this pain and perplexity, pressures that are very visible in the form of irregular patterns of ministry across historic boundaries.


Someone once said about our Communion, in relation to its internal strains and differences, 'What an astonishing number of possibilities God has given you for loving strangers and enemies!' Can we echo that? If so, by God's grace, we have it in us to be a Church that can manage to respond generously and flexibly to diverse cultural situations while holding fast to the knowledge that we also free from what can be the suffocating pressure of local demands and priorities because we are attentive and obedient to the liberating gift of God in Jesus and in the Scripture and tradition which bear witness to him.


Anglican communion a 'train wreck', says bishop

Now Bertone turns up the heat on the Anglicans

Church of England unrest threatens to harm links with Vatican

Service held for conference bishops

Lambeth Conference: God help the church

Anglican archbishop says boycott wounds summit

Filmed Exorcism?

Man sues diocese for possession of exorcism recordings