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A few more links

November 22nd, 2015, Promulgated by b a

going through my notes from the past few weeks, I’m finding a few more links I intended to post… – Funerals provide mercy, consolation – By Jennifer Burke – Don’t delay preparation for eternal life – Bishop Salvatore Matano
God bless Bishop Matano! – Catholic Academic Left’s Latest Act of Desperation by Rachel Lu

It sometimes appears that liberal reactionaries are still overwhelmingly in control of the Church’s strongholds. I know how this feels, because I myself converted to Catholicism in the diocese of Rochester, where it often seemed that special graces were needed to make it through a single Mass without hearing heresy preached, or the pope or Catechism maligned in some way. So depressing was the parish scene in Ithaca, NY that I drove two hours to Scranton for my Catechesis, so that I could be baptized and confirmed under the auspices of the Fraternity of St. Peter. I understand how bleak the Catholic world can appear from a certain vantage point.

In response I left this comment (which is buried because apparently Crisis gets flooded w/ comments)


2 Responses to “A few more links”

  1. Dominick Anthony Zarcone says:

    His Execellency exhorted us by writing:
    “During this month dedicated to praying for our deceased loved ones, may we, as a diocesan family in union with the whole Catholic Church throughout the world, raise our voices in prayer on their behalf, beseeching Our Father that their souls and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, may rest in peace. Amen.”

    THE PRIESTS helped me do just that:

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