7.6 Caribbean earthquake prompts tsunami warnings. Tuesday's earthquake came almost exactly eight years after a 7.0 magnitude quake that devastated Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010.
When pastors tell Catholics living in sin that they are not really guilty of mortal sin as long as they decide that they cannot “feasibly” observe God’s law, the shepherds have seriously failed them.” Link
Tthe “gay” agenda doesn’t end at “acceptance of the homosexual lifestyle”. The next brass ring is the lowering of the age of consent.
The Enduring Cautionary Relevance of Frankenstein The monster started with the break down a loving, Christian family adhering to natural law
Freak Snowfall Covers Sahara Desert in 15 inches of Snow (Algeria)
Past HeadlinesIn his medical notes about the visit, he wrote "delusions of ghost in home" and "hallucinations." He also wrote "history of ghost at home" and "delusional."
Remarkable stories of little miracles, prayers, and remarkable angelic encounters
Priest's hospital room mix-up allows dying woman to receive sacraments
Florida priest credits dramatic recovery to intercession of WWII martyr Blessed Titus Brandsma
The story of The Godmother, advisor to Pope Pius XII
Expert discuss discernment of unusual dreams as divine guidance
Eerie and ‘ominous’ sign appears as Pope Francis visits Vatican Nativity
A mom has a strong longing to take toddler to Disney World before the babies dies of inoperable brain cancer
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Supremes allow law exempting Christians from homosexual promotion. Missouri law protect bakers, county clerks, BnB's. SCOTUS lets the law stand. Gives a hint of where the court is heading with the Oregon baker case
Trump administration says 200,000 Salvadorans must leave US Came here because of an EQ in 2001
Dangerous and growing practice of “mindfulness”?
“Mindfulness” is rooted in Buddhism and seeks to bring about a state of active, open attention on the present by which one observes his or her thoughts and feelings as if from a distance, without judging them to be good or bad. Although it is promoted as a non-spiritual practice used as a means of vanquishing stress and anxiety, it is practiced through one of several forms of Buddhist meditation, such as “Breathing Space Meditation,” “Body Scan Meditation” and “Expanding Awareness Meditation.” Connecting with God is not the goal of any of these types of meditation. More