Monthly Archives: November 2012

St. Kateri Tekakwitha (1656 – 1680)

In honor of Pope Benedict’s canonization of two new saints back in October, here is a biography for St. Kateri Tekakwitha. St. Kateri Tekakwitha was born around 1656 in a Mohawk village near today’s Auriesville, New York. Her father was … Continue reading

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St. Marianne Cope (1838 – 1918)

In honor of Pope Benedict’s canonization of two new saints back in October, here is a biography for St. Marianne Cope. St. Marianne Cope was born on January 23, 1838 to Peter Koob and Barbara Witzenbacher in the Grand Duchy … Continue reading

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Blessed Miguel Pro (1891-1927)

Yesterday was the feast of Blessed Miguel Pro. I did not have a chance to put this up yesterday, but here is a biography that I wrote on Blessed Pro for my parish’s bulletin. Enjoy and Viva Cristo Rey. Blessed Miguel … Continue reading

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The Anglican Church Continues Its Steady Journey Towards Oblivion

Today, during the course of its annual general synod, the Anglican Church voted on the subject of women bishops. Contrary to the expectations of everyone (including this writer), this legislation was not passed. Don’t start rejoicing and proclaiming that there … Continue reading

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The Socialism That You Asked For

My response to the election can be summed up in this video, which I have posted before. Also, this newer video. Prayer is the only thing that can protected us in the days ahead. Pray for your friends and family, … Continue reading

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