The United Nations is at war with Catholicism

The Hunger Games is an extremely popular movie franchise about a dystopian (what else?) society where a powerful central government known as The Capitol controls – psychologically, economically, politically and culturally – the 13 “districts” that comprise the country of Panem. Every year a “Hunger Games” takes place. The games are a fight to the death with children from the districts and are punishment for an uprising against The Capitol that took place in the not so distant past. Please follow and like us:

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“Church & State” with Stephen Kokx (May 27, 2016)

In this “Church & State” episode, Stephen Kokx talks briefly about the European Union and then shares his thoughts on Cdl. Muller’s remarks about the Society of St. Pius X needing to “accept Vatican II” before they are fully “regularized.”

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News Link Roundup: May 20, 2016

On May 6th, Bp. Athanasius Schneider of Kazakhstan spoke at the Third International Rome Life Forum. The good Bishop discussed, among other things, deception, the need for clarity, St. Pope Pius X and Fulton Sheen’s predictions about the crisis in the Church. Here are just a few of his many insightful observations: Please follow and like us:

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News Link Roundup: May 9, 2016

Kudos to the Republican Governor of North Carolina. At a time when the GOP has all but given up on social issues, Governor Pat McCrory has decided to sue the federal government. Why? Because the lunatics who run the Justice Department think it’s “discriminatory” that McCrory’s state doesn’t allow men to use women’s bathrooms. The DoJ said that McCrory had until Monday, today, to change Carolina’s laws. If he didn’t comply, his state would lose millions in federal education funding. Well, the Governor is standing firm, arguing that the Department’s decision is an overreach of power. Good for him. Still, this …

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News Link Roundup: May 5, 2016

Two importance articles. Both about social conservatism. Is it dead? I think so. And so does, I think, the blogger at A Blog for Dallas Area Catholics. His essay, “Does Cruz’s defeat mean the end of social conservative influence in the US?” is essential reading. Additionally, the comment box provided these most insightful remarks: Please follow and like us:

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News Link Roundup: May 2, 2016

Target, as you may know, has decided to allow men to use women’s bathrooms. 1.1 million people have pledged to boycott the store for this change in policy. One of those people is Steve Skojec from One Peter Five. Steve’s written about his own Target experience. Read it here. It turns out that Target’s stock price has taken quite a dive, with some claiming the company lost over $2.5 billion dollars. Of course, this will likely bounce back in no time. Rod Dreher from The American Conservative writes, “This country is losing its mind. When are parents going to stand up …

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