American Tradition, Family, Property: Fighting the Counter-Revolution
        



  • Stopping Satan in Oklahoma
    By the letter of the law, the Satanists claim a questionable right to “freedom” of religion, but by the spirit of the unwritten consensus, they are trampling this same consensus underfoot with all the fury with which they desecrate and trample upon the hosts used...

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  • The Lesson of Our Lady’s Sword of Sorrow
    The Lesson of Our Lady’s Sword of Sorrow
    The prophet Simeon foretold to Our Lady that a sword would pierce her heart. This prophecy proves that we can suffer spiritual reversals even when we live a glorious life. Given the existence of sin, life is full of expiation and struggle.

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  • We Have Bureaucratic Managers, And They Are Failing Us
    There is something wrong with the way we deal with our problems these days. We used to have leaders...

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  • Flattening the Flat Error
    Sometimes conventional “knowledge” is fraught with error.  A powerful example of this is the false notion that medieval man believed in a flat earth. Defenders of this “flat error” suggest that Columbus’ great voyage to the New World did more than...

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  • No Homosexual Group Belongs in the St. Patrick's Day Parade
    In the sad times we live in, we see an ever stronger persecution against those who resist pressure from the homosexual movement. It almost seems as if every large initiative must have its place. Without it, large corporations and political figures cut...

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Mohammed's Rebirth

 


When we study the sad story of the fall of the Western Empire, it is hard for us to understand the Romans' shortsightedness, tranquility and indifference toward the looming danger...

 

 

Padre Pio Bilocated to a Communist Dungeon

 


Bilocation is an extraordinary mystical phenomenon that causes a person to be in two places at the same time. Padre Pio had this rare gift. Eye witnesses in different places attested to his presence, described him, and even talked...

Pro-Choice: The Choice of Failure

 


In a stunning exposé revealing the truth about the abortion movement, Time Magazine ran a January 2013 cover article titled "Roe v. Wade, They’ve Been Losing Ever Since." Young women and politicians alike are distancing themselves from...

 

 

 

 

 

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