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The end is near! Of the year! And next year will be the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.

Next year there are numerous events planned to commemorate Martin Luther’s posting of his Ninety Five Thesis on the Catholic Church in Wittenburg, Germany, the Protestant Reformation was sparked and much was changed in Europe and the rest of the … Continue reading

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Questions about Chiniquy

Earlier this year, I was asked a question by a gentleman living on the US east coast. He brought up the fact that a letter by William Herndon had surfaced and wondered about what Lincoln’s former law partner had to … Continue reading

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Religion contributes more to U. S. economy than Facebook, Google and Apple combined

Religion is a huge part of the U. S. economy according a Washington Post article, Study: Religion contributes more to the U. S. economy than Facebook, Google and Apple combined, see it at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/acts-of-faith/wp/2016/09/14/study-religion-contributes-more-to-the-u-s-economy-than-facebook-google-and-apple-combined/ It is an interesting article, which … Continue reading

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Jack Chick has gone on to meet the God he served

Jack Chick has died, an man dedicated to doing God’s work who was used much to help evangelize the world, died on October 23rd. He was generally hated by the world, because he was not a friend, he did not … Continue reading

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Jesuits and slavery

Well the chickens might be finally coming home to roost a bit for the Jesuits, even if it is many decades, even centuries late. Several articles have appeared in the Washington Post, such this one: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/grade-point/wp/2016/09/01/georgetown-panel-urges-university-to-apologize-for-its-role-in-slavery/ It is also interesting … Continue reading

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Bill and Hillary: Part 2.

The anger about Donald Trump among the chattering class seems to have now diminished slightly and he has been in the news this day for his visit to the President of Mexico, (photo of Donald Trump by Michael Vadon). As … Continue reading

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Pope says the world is at war

So reads the front page headline in the National Post last week (July 28). Is this really news though, that the world may be at war? Jesus Christ said a sign of his coming would be his followers hearing of … Continue reading

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Evolution and Catholicism

My trusty copy of the May 9, 2016, B.C. Catholic also dealt with the alleged tension between “science” and religion. An article entitled Academics and young people discuss evolution, reported on a discussion that happened at the Vancouver Art Gallery … Continue reading

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Has the Roman Catholic Church been weaseling out its obligations in regards to Residential School abuse?

So many of us wonder about the Roman Catholic Church and residential schools. There doesn’t seem to be so much on this reported in the mainstream media. My trusty local drug store however has provided a Catholic response to this … Continue reading

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The new President of the Philippines

The New President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, has been opposed by the Roman Catholic Church in this predominantly Catholic country but this has evidently done little to dampen his popularity. Duterte, who is somewhat similar to Donald Trump in … Continue reading

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