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A Plague For Each Letter In Alphabet . . . Biggest Illness Biden Should Fight: Phony Dream Of Glory

October 3, 2021 Frontpage Comments Off on A Plague For Each Letter In Alphabet . . . Biggest Illness Biden Should Fight: Phony Dream Of Glory

By DEXTER DUGGAN At what point might Joe Biden’s war against the United States grow so serious that he finally could be rebuked as a threateningly bad Catholic in need of public repentance before he can show up for the Eucharist at church?Biden’s growing intrusion into Americans’ lives to force them to be vaccinated, threatening them with the loss of their very livelihoods if they don’t give him medical control of their bodies, illustrates not merely his lust for power but also his inability to be rational at all.One of the last things a struggling economy needs is fining employers big-time and punishing and firing countless workers trying to support their families. The flu is bad, but has Biden tried…Continue Reading

Pelosi’s Congress Declares War On Life . . . “Nothing Short Of Child Sacrifice”

October 2, 2021 Frontpage Comments Off on Pelosi’s Congress Declares War On Life . . . “Nothing Short Of Child Sacrifice”

By CHRISTOPHER MANION On September 7, Erie County District Attorney John J. Flynn charged 30-year-old Andee Wright with second-degree murder. The New York mother was accused of killing her newborn son, whom she had carried to term, moments after his birth in October 2020. The body of the child was found in a garbage can in the basement of the woman’s home the next morning.A grim story indeed. But if Nancy Pelosi’s new abortion bill had already been passed into law, Wright could be a free woman today. Under Pelosi’s law, all Wright needed to do was to enlist the services of a random medical “professional” — not necessarily a doctor — to abort her son the day before. Had…Continue Reading

Heaven Kisses The Earth

October 1, 2021 Frontpage Comments Off on Heaven Kisses The Earth

By JOE SIXPACK King Louis IX of France is also known as King St. Louis, the saint for whom the Midwestern city is named. Once while he was holding court, someone ran in and shouted that a Eucharistic miracle was taking place in the chapel as the priest celebrated Holy Mass. Almost everyone ran out of the room from the presence of the king to the chapel to witness the miracle. Someone asked King Louis why he wasn’t going to the chapel. His Highness responded that if Jesus appeared to him in the flesh right there in his royal court room he would not believe in the Real Presence more than he does already when at the Mass. He said,…Continue Reading

Texas Invasion, Arizona Audit… Hopes For These Events To Provide Greater Insights Today

September 30, 2021 Frontpage Comments Off on Texas Invasion, Arizona Audit… Hopes For These Events To Provide Greater Insights Today

By DEXTER DUGGAN PHOENIX — Greater understanding of two issues under the Joe Biden administration was taking shape in the Southwest that affect the entire U.S. — the massive invasion by unauthorized entrants, and 2020 election integrity.It already generally was understood that Biden’s intentional welcoming of unlimited illegal aliens had exploded a crisis as he quickly reversed Donald Trump’s border policies. However, the sudden massing of Haitians at one small city, Del Rio, Texas, in mid-September illustrated the surreptitious control and management of a presumably chaotic situation.Foreign cartels pretty much controlled all illegal entry into the U.S. Southwest, reaping huge profits for more of their criminal activity. But why should Haitians who already had settled into South American countries suddenly…Continue Reading

The Crisis Of “Exceptional America”

September 29, 2021 Frontpage Comments Off on The Crisis Of “Exceptional America”

By CHRISTOPHER MANION Americans of a hundred years ago might well consider today’s culture as “exceptional,” but they wouldn’t consider it a compliment.In Federalist One, Alexander Hamilton writes:“It seems to have been reserved to the people of this country, by their conduct and example, to decide the important question, whether societies of men are really capable or not of establishing good government from reflection and choice, or whether they are forever destined to depend for their political constitutions on accident and force.”Clearly, America was exceptional in 1787. Americans knew it, and knew why. In his Farewell Address, George Washington spelled it out: “Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports,” he…Continue Reading

A Beacon Of Light… Peter Answered: “You Are The Messiah”

September 28, 2021 Frontpage Comments Off on A Beacon Of Light… Peter Answered: “You Are The Messiah”

By FR. RICHARD D. BRETON JR. (Editor’s Note: Fr. Richard D. Breton Jr. is a priest of the Diocese of Norwich, Conn. He received his BA in religious studies and his MA in dogmatic theology from Holy Apostles College and Seminary in Cromwell, Conn.) + + Welcome back! In last week’s column, we reflected on who the Father is. We were given a glimpse into the attributes of God, the Father, that help us to believe in Him. This week we will continue on to the second part of the creed connected to Christ.On September 12 we celebrated the Twenty-Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time. The Gospel for that day was taken from the eighth chapter of St. Mark’s Gospel where…Continue Reading

Mr. Biden’s Magic Elixir

September 27, 2021 Frontpage Comments Off on Mr. Biden’s Magic Elixir

By DEACON MIKE MANNO If you are a Catholic student at the University of Massachusetts and expect a conscience exemption to the COVID vaccine mandate, think again. A university official has ruled that no Catholic student is eligible for the exemption.It seems that the vice chancellor of student affairs, Shawn DeVeau, who has a long history in school administration, but no known background in theology, made the ruling after a study of the Church’s teachings. He explained his methodology thusly:“When reviewing students’ appeals, I engage in a holistic process: I review the student’s request, research the faith tradition on which they are basing their request, and respond to the students based on my research. . . . My process for…Continue Reading

Pope Says Abortion Is “Murder”. . . But Rambles Around To Avoid Seeing What Dem Pols Deserve

September 26, 2021 Frontpage Comments Off on Pope Says Abortion Is “Murder”. . . But Rambles Around To Avoid Seeing What Dem Pols Deserve

By DEXTER DUGGAN Flying back to the Vatican on September 15 from an Eastern European trip, Pope Francis was about as blunt as could be about abortion while taking some questions from reporters on the plane, as is his habit.According to the Vatican transcript, the Pope said, in part: “Abortion is more than a problem, abortion is murder. Abortion . . . without half a word: whoever makes an abortion, kills. Take any book on embryology, of those that students study in medical faculties. . . .“Not a person? It’s a human life, period. And this human life must be respected,” the Pope said. “This principle is so clear, and to those who cannot understand it I would ask two…Continue Reading

Behold Biden The Bold

September 25, 2021 Frontpage Comments Off on Behold Biden The Bold

By CHRISTOPHER MANION Ravens Coach Harbaugh’s “bold call” on fourth down leads Baltimore to a classic win over Kansas City. Nike’s new design marks a “bold new entry” in running shoes. And now, The New York Times hails “Biden’s Bold Words” as the lapdog media struggle to reignite the sagging, sordid saga of Joe.It’s a tough job. They’d finally scrubbed Afghanistan from the headlines, only to discover that Joe’s much-celebrated “over the horizon” terrorist kill had actually eviscerated an entire innocent Afghan family. Did Joe order it? No one will tell, but Joint Chiefs Chairman Milley was in too much trouble already, so they trotted out a subordinate to take the blame.In BidenWorld, there’s a lot of blame to take…Continue Reading

Do You Really Believe In God? Really?

September 24, 2021 Frontpage Comments Off on Do You Really Believe In God? Really?

By JOE SIXPACK Conscience is a two-edged sword. On the one hand, our conscience condemns us for all that we do that is sinful. On the other hand, it also condemns us for all the things we fail to do that we know we should have done. As I get closer to home (my way of saying I’m an old man), I’m becoming more and more aware of what it is to be guilty of having failed to do the things I knew I was supposed to do. I’m also becoming more and more aware of the horror of sin — mortal or venial. That said, and in light of the advancing moral decay of our culture and society, I…Continue Reading