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  • The Recent Unpleasantness

    11/13/2012 11:27:30 AM PST · by ELS · 17 replies
    Truth and Charity Forum ^ | Nov 12, 2012 | Fr. John McCloskey
    On November 6, the citizens of the United States re-elected perhaps the most anti-Catholic president in its history to a second term.Even sadder, according to exit polls a majority of Catholics voted in his favor, even after they theoretically had imbibed the bishops’ message, conveyed from the pulpit and in various other media, that no Catholic should vote for a candidate who favors abortion rights and single sex marriage and does not support religious liberty.What is going on here? Clearly, to borrow a line from the film “Cool Hand Luke,” “What we have here is a failure to communicate.”Simply put,...
  • St. John Fisher, Bishop and Martyr

    06/21/2009 4:50:42 PM PDT · by Salvation · 5 replies · 313+ views
    CatholicTradition.org ^ | not given | CatholicTradition.org
    BY MICHAEL DAVIES Excerpts, Part 16: Oath of Succession and the Refusal The same Parliament that had passed the Act of Attainder passed the Act of Succession on 30 March 1534. The marriage of Henry with Anne Boleyn involved a change in the succession to the crown. Princess Mary was to be set aside as illegitimate and the inheritance fixed on the king's children by Anne. The Act of Succession was proclaimed throughout the kingdom on 1 May of the same year. The act is preceded by a preamble which is nothing less than an apologia for Henry...
  • Emesis alert: A Semester in the Wasteland - Freshman Found Little Faith at USD

    02/07/2005 11:42:49 AM PST · by nonsumdignus · 10 replies · 356+ views
    San Diego News Notes ^ | 02/05/2005 | BY Anna Krestyn
    Michaela Beard, 19, would be a freshman in her second semester at the University of San Diego, had she not left the school in disgust after the fall semester of 2004. This young woman from Bakersfield enrolled at the school with the belief that she was embarking on a four-year journey that would make her a stronger, better informed Catholic. She learned within the first week of her stay there, before classes had even officially begun, that this belief was far from the truth. "When I visited the school," she says, "it was on a visiting day and it...