American Bishops Cancelled 2,000 Priests While Closing Parishes for Lack of Clergy

The Coalition For Cancelled Priests (CFCP) paused its second annual conference in Rosemont, Illinois last weekend to voice 500 attendees’ unanimous support for embattled Bishop Joseph Strickland after learning that the Vatican had sent two henchmen to Tyler, Texas to confront him for his “imprudence” for leading a mass demonstration and exorcism of the blasphemous Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence outside Dodger … Continue reading American Bishops Cancelled 2,000 Priests While Closing Parishes for Lack of Clergy

Apostolic Visit or Struggle Session?

Conservative Bishop Joseph Strickland is being investigated by Vatican Officials Church Militant recently broke a story on June 24th that Bishop Joseph Strickland from Tyler, Texas, would receive an apostolic visit from the Vatican's Dicastery for Bishops. According to the National Catholic Register, in reference to a similar visit that was conducted in Tolan, France, … Continue reading Apostolic Visit or Struggle Session?

You are Worth More than Many Sparrows

Twelfth Sunday of Ordinary Time-A For those of us who grew up in America, we have lived a pretty pampered life when it comes to our faith. Sure, we may have some inkling about Christian persecution by recalling the early Christians who were killed by wild beasts in the forums of Rome or those brave … Continue reading You are Worth More than Many Sparrows

Signs of Hope in Los Angeles

As we near the end of the abomination that is pride month, there are some signs that Christians are beginning to make a dent in the culture war. A crack in the metaphoric dam has already started and is cause for hope. By now, the Bud Light and Target boycotts are in full swing and … Continue reading Signs of Hope in Los Angeles

Patent Paper Trail: ‘We Made SARS’

The World Health Organization, the U.S. government, the news media, and hundreds of health “experts” have been telling Americans lies about the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic – supposedly a novel bat coronavirus never seen before its deadly emergence in Wuhan, China - and the so-called “vaccine” quickly developed under an emergency government authorization. The … Continue reading Patent Paper Trail: ‘We Made SARS’

Laborers for Christ

Eleventh Sunday of Of Ordinary Time- A “The harvest is abundant, but the laborers are few. ” The well-known phrase from today’s Gospel was as prevalent two thousand years ago as today.  It seems part of human nature is the hesitancy to volunteer. Everywhere you look, from veteran’s associations to churches, the harvest is indeed … Continue reading Laborers for Christ

The FBI Flaunts the Law

In our last post, The Classification Culture, GMC outlined the outrageous classification process prevalent within the federal government. Under the guise of protecting “national security” and their nebulous “sources and methods,” the intelligence community uses the classification system to hide evidence and defend themselves and their political cronies. When these agencies are queried at Congressional … Continue reading The FBI Flaunts the Law

The Classification Culture

The Trump Indictment Brings Up the Subject of Classified Documents In the last sentence of the Gettysburg Address, Abraham Lincoln penned the famous phrase, “… this  nation under God shall have a new birth of freedom—and that  government of the people, by the people and for the people shall not perish from the earth.”Lincoln’s soaring … Continue reading The Classification Culture

A Lesson in Courage

The Allied Forces of D-Day Show What Valor Is June 6th marked the seventy-ninth anniversary of D-Day, one of World War II's most bloody encounters, changing that war's trajectory in favor of the Allied forces. On June 6, 1944, approximately 160,000 Allied troops from the United States, Canada, and Britain dutifully landed on a beach … Continue reading A Lesson in Courage