What People Are Commenting
Firearms, Ralph Peters & Prayer Nuts
Marlin Was Not Bought by Soros
Marlin Firearms Is Closing Its Doors
In reference to the above letter, the information contained therein seems to be incorrect.
Truth or Fiction
, confirms that Soros has no ownership or involvement with Freedom Group, Cerberus, etc.
Just for your information. I think the sender just took the email he received at face value without verifying the information and then sent it on.
Soros Not Involved
Please, read and let your readers know about
this news report
, which corrects the one you posted earlier this week regarding firearms.
I know you don’t have time to check all the information you post in this section, and I like the fact that you always correct whatever is not true. This is why I am sending you this rectification.
Rifan the Traitor
The Betrayal of Bishop Rifan
Good job exposing "Bishop Rifan" (
He is completely disgusting; the anti-Christ new order is sold out to Satan.
St. Jerome on Death
Your recent article on “
The Great St Jerome
” brought to mind these words of his:
“For believers, death is a blessing and possibly a protection from future misfortune… longer life is a greater hardship than death.”
Can you tell me in which of his writings this appeared?
Having lost a son at age 20, this has been very consoling.
Advice on Vatican II
I am researching for an article on the Second Vatican Council. The specific aim of the article is to determine upon what grounds the Second Vatican Council could be declared false. This determination should not be based first of all on the Council’s actual content but upon:
I would be most grateful if you would care to contribute to my understanding or point me to online resources which deal exactly with this question. The scenario is a future Pope who intends to bring the Church back to Tradition, understands that Vatican II must be declared a false Council, but needs a reasoned argument based on the three elements above to present to the Church his decision.
Thanks you in advance for any help you might be able to provide.
Dr. Horvat responds:
If you are looking for a serious in-depth work on the Vatican II based on the fundamental criteria you mentioned, I do not believe you will find it in a single article.
I advise the study by Atila Sinke Guimarães that makes exactly the kind of analysis and critique you mention, one that can conclusively show that the spirit and letter of the Council had the aim to destroy, and that leads to the conclusion that the Council should be declared null and void sometime in a better future.
The 11-volume Collection is entitled
Eli, Eli, Lamma Sabacthani?
(My God, My God, Why hast Thou forsaken me?), and 9 of the 11 volumes are presently published.
This is a work that should be read and studied by everyone who is serious about understanding Vatican Council II.
Mr. Guimarães answers questions about his Collection
. You can purchase the works
I hope this will be of help to you.
Marian T. Horvat, Ph.D.
Ralph Peters Speaks Out
Ralph Peters confirms that Putin’s goal in Syria isn’t necessarily to take out ISIS. He argues that Putin intends to fight the anti-Assad forces so that all that is left in Syria is Assad and ISIS, and then he’ll tell the world to pick which one has to go. Clever.
Peters also explains that Putin is now the one on the side of history, not us, and that he’s changing the world while we do nothing.
There’s more, including Peter’s thoughts on the new coalition Putin is trying to build
Read more and watch the video
Stay inside the Church
Stay with the duly elected Pope of the Catholic Church. Like him or not, he's the one chosen by God to lead us through the coming storm. Be a sign of unity, be a sign of hope. Live within the safety of the ship that is the Catholic Church. There you will find peace.
is a good article.
Thought you might find this interesting.
I have never heard of these, they are truly beautiful, and so unique and SMALL too! Please, check them below.
In addition to tiny, beautiful prayer books and rosary beads, people of the past liked to express their love of religion and beauty with objects known as prayer nuts. These artifacts were not actually carved from nuts – rather, they were carved from wood, but tiny enough to look like walnuts.
Prayer nuts were mainly produced in northern Europe during the 16th century. Due to the incredible skill required to make these items, only the wealthy could afford them. In addition to being a symbol of a person's faith, they were also a status symbol.
Posted October 15, 2015
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