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Mexican man, deported twice, then assumed American identity for 37 years and proceeded to defraud the U.S. people of hundred of thousands.
Thirty eight chilling school shooting threats made across the U.S. since the Parkland massacre: Dozens of kids have been arrested - including a 10-year-old - all vowing to kill teachers and classmates
Three nuns lashed out on Friday against the menial work they have to do for clergymen, often for no money, in a rare public criticism of the Catholic Church’s male hierarchy. Similar to sexual abuse outrages victims have to cry out before the Holy Church, charged with the distribution love and caring in the world, recognizes its neglect.
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Reach for the hand of a loved one in pain and not only will your breathing and heart rate synchronize with theirs but also your brain wave patterns
Holy Cities of Islam and Catholicism struck by freak ice storms within days of each other on the week of Purim.
The sages of Israel say it is a sign demanding immediate repentance. Extreme weather events, and earth movements increasing since August eclipse
4 Amazing Eucharistic miracles from the last 20 years
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But none of the wicked shall understand that the End of the Age is upon them." [Daniel 12:10]
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Poll: U.S. Catholics More Worried About ‘Climate Change’ than Christian Persecution Webmaster's list: Rampant homosexuality morphing into transexualism bending world culture with it, collapse of Catholic orthodoxy, Christian persecution, increasing peril of a world-wide unrecoverable catastrophe, Islamization/ mass migration,.... least concern is climate change.
Cardinal Wuerl sets out 'Amoris Laetitia' pastoral plan "Priests are called to respect the decisions made in conscience by individuals who act in good faith since no one can enter the soul of another and make that judgment for them”