Last Saturday I saw the post of one of my friend in facebook and it really caught my attention I dont know if he is the one who right the post but for now I want to share it to you LEAVE CATHOLICS ALONE !!!!! Am not a catholic neither is there anything that will … Continue reading Dear: Protestants……….LEAVE CATHOLICS ALONE!!
Taken From Hell: “The Dogma of Hell, Illustrated by Facts Taken from Profane and Sacred History” Reverend F.X. Schouppe, S.J. 1883 Mgr. de Segur narrates a rather singular fact which happened in France, at the Military School of St. Cyril in the last years of the Restoration. The Abbe Rigolot, the almoner of the institution, … Continue reading Warning others of Hell: Most will mock you now, some will thank you later
King Hermenegild, son of Leovigild king of the Visigoths, was converted, from the Arian heresy, to the Catholic faith, by the preaching of the venerable Leander, Bishop of Seville, one of my oldest and dearest friends. His father, who continued in the Arian heresy, did his utmost, both by promises, and threats, to induce him … Continue reading St. Hermenegild
What Lucifer said:- . "I want to conquer the earth for myself. In the meantime, I make a rich booty. I am filling up my kingdom. I take whatever I can take, I must convince you of this". . "The majority have abandoned the Nazarene. How foolish! Those still faithful are a small flock". . … Continue reading The Exorcism of Annaliese Michel
On September 29th, 1961, the feast day of St Michael the Archangel, the Madonna (Mother of Jesus) visited the Quattrini home and cured Mamma Rosa Quattrini whom the local doctors had sent home to die, as her condition had been considered "hopeless." After touching Rosa and curing her, the Madonna directed her to go to … Continue reading The Marian Apparition in San Damiano
All lovers of the Sacred Heart were delighted to see in the year of grace 1920 the long wished for canonization of Blessed Margaret Mary Alacoque (1647-1690), whom God raised up in recent centuries to revive the fire of devotion to the divine Heart of our Lord, which had well-nigh been extinguished by the frost … Continue reading Love of the Sacred Heart, illustrated by St. Mechtilde
One day when Saint Mechtilde was reproaching herself for not having loved the Blessed Virgin Mary enough, Jesus appeared to her and said: "For this fault, and in order to make reparation for it, first praise and honor My Mother for the faithfulness with which all her actions…. Prayer Heavenly Mother I praise and honor you … Continue reading Saint Mechtilde Prayer to the Blessed Virgin Mary
In Obedience to a Divine inspiration, St. Gertrude was wont to salute each member of Our Lord which had suffered in His Passion: whenever she did so, a Divine splendor appeared to emanate from the sacred members thus saluted and to irradiate her whole soul. In this splendor she was clothed with that innocence which Our … Continue reading Salutation of All the Sacred Limbs of Jesus
Church Law, Doctors and Saints on Homosexuality: Saint Albert the Great gives four reasons why he considers homosexual acts as the most detestable ones: They are born from an ardent frenzy; they are disgustingly foul; those who become addicted to them are seldom freed from that vice; they are as contagious as disease, passing quickly … Continue reading What does the Saints teach about Homosexuality?
St. Catherine experienced the stigmata and every Thursday-Friday accompanied Jesus in His Passion. Despite Catherine's extraodinary interior life, she continued to serve the monastery in many capacities including prioress for 36 years. The Canticle of the Passion was revealed to Catherine immediately after her first great ecstasy of the Passion. Our Lady desired Catherine to … Continue reading The Canticle of Passion
It is related by Belluacensis and Cesarius, that a noble youth having lost by his vices the wealth left him by his father, became so poor that he was obliged to beg. He quitted his native land, that he might live with less shame in a distant country where he was unknown. On this journey, … Continue reading The Noble who abandoned Holy Trinity but saved by the Blessed Virgin Mary
I BELIEVE IN ONE GOD Christians, like Jews and Muslims, believe that only one God exists. The creed states the assumption of the ancient Shema: “Hear O Israel, the Lord our God is one Lord.” It begins with “I believe,” because reciting the creed is ultimately an individual confession of belief, although the creed also … Continue reading The Nicene Creed And Its Origins
There is perhaps no greater confusion among Roman Catholic Christians and Evangelical Protestant and Pentecostal Christians than that held over the controversy of faith versus good works. This controversy best warrants the balance of scriptures necessary in reading the Word of God to understand what God means for us to know. The Bible is clear … Continue reading Faith and Works
CREATION OF THE ANGELS AND THE FALL OF LUCIFER From The Mystical City of God By Venerable MARY AGREDA The Cause of all causes is God, who created all things that have being. His powerful arm gave existence to all his wonderful works ad extra when and how He chose. The beginning and succession of … Continue reading CREATION OF THE ANGELS AND THE FALL OF LUCIFER From The Mystical City of God By Venerable MARY AGREDA
There were two young noblemen in Madrid, of whom the one encouraged the other in leading a wicked life, and in committing all sorts of crimes. One of them one night in a dream saw his friend taken by certain dark men, and carried to a tempestuous sea. They were going to take him in … Continue reading WHY WE SHOULD NEVER ABUSE OUR LADY’S ADVOCACY
Beatrice, a nun in the monastery of Fontebraldo, as related by Cesarius and by Father Rho. This unhappy religious, having contracted a passion for a certain youth, agreed to flee with him from the convent; and in fact she went one day before a statue of the Blessed Virgin, there deposited the keys of the … Continue reading The Time The Virgin Mary Came Down And Filled In For A Nun For Fifteen Years