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  • African American Men for Planned Parenthood? Chappelle's Blind Black White Supremacist Lives!

    02/03/2010 4:03:55 PM PST · by mlizzy · 6 replies · 400+ views
    Fighting Irish Thomas ^ | 02-03-10 | Tom O'Toole
    Did Planned Parenthood choose two black men to promote their "only women should decide pregnancy issues" propaganda because the African American race has the highest percentage of families with absentee fathers? For why else would man want to abdicate the responsibility of a choice half his doing unless he planned on skipping out on the relationship? Ah, but that's RACISM you say ... but promoting the eugenics of Planned Parenthood's founder, Margaret Sanger, who wanted to use abortion to eliminate the Negro race from America, isn't? Until African Americans wise up and realize that Sanger's vision, which was to promote...
  • Remembering Our Lady of Guadalupe

    12/12/2009 9:13:32 AM PST · by mlizzy · 75 replies · 1,244+ views
    Fighting Irish Thomas ^ | 12-12-06 | Tom O'Toole
    This is indeed a difficult blog to write. Not only because my favorite book on the subject went missing, but I believe, if I write this story just right, millions of souls will convert to Christ ... "That's fantasy!" you may say, and yet that is EXACTLY what happened when Our Lady of Guadalupe first appeared. It happened in Mexico in December of 1531. Many Catholics have heard the story of how Mary suddenly appeared to the poor peasant Juan Diego on his way to daily Mass. Juan had already converted to Catholicism, and yet Her appearance, Her promise of...
  • No Mistaking a Saint [Catholic Caucus]

    11/01/2009 2:19:13 AM PST · by mlizzy · 2 replies · 257+ views
    Fighting Irish Thomas ^ | 11-01-06 | Tom O'Toole
    "The only mistake in life is not to become a Saint." When I first heard the above quote (perhaps a FIT reader will recall who said it) as a student at the University of Notre Dame, it really made me think. It was at a time when, after falling away from my child-like enthusiasm for Catholicism, I was coming back to the Faith but struggling to accept it as a man. But just as those too-perfect pictures of the Saints had hooked me as a youth, the realistic struggles of the Saints to follow Christ was what sealed the...