Didn’t he swear on a stack of bibles to protect U.S. from Foreign and Domestic Enemies?
Seems to me, that this President is a phony!
This is a scary photo – but medicating your child “to fit in” is a scary thought. To Whom are you trying to please? A bad teacher? Or God who made that child?
I was privileged to see a first or second grade teacher, in 1961, patiently calm down a very disturbed little boy after class one day.
He was jumping from desk to desk. I hope it wasn’t her disturbing him. Something was bothering him inside. Either home life or school life.
I always pray for him. I always wondered what happened, to him. No child should ever be that upset.
God allowed me to see only a snippet of his life, so that I would remember to pray for him all my life.
It is in NATO’s, Israel’s, Muslim Brotherhood’s, FSA, and the Military Industrial Complex’s best interest to do another Bloody Regime Change in yet another more bloody War against SYRIA — but lied about in GLOBAL BLACKOUT OF WHAT REALLY IS GOING ON.
Obama, FSA, NATO, et al are guilty of War Crimes and Regime Changes in Syria, Libya, Tunisia, Bahrain, and Egypt. This is truly evil.
Syria was just fine, until …
Started a war with it’s borders.
Syrian Girl, the daughter of a prominent Syrian, told us the “TRUTH” of what was really going on there, in Syria. She said OBAMA and NATO was LYING!
Please – Don’t believe the lies of Obama or the Global Elites Mega-Media’s Lies. Even Fox News is disseminating Obama’s lies. Shame on Fox News, and conservatives who believe their regurgitated lies from Obama’s Government Controlled Media Propaganda.
Please Pray for Syria!
God bless folks who think UFO’s or Aliens are real.
I feel sorry for them and I pray for them.
I am not from Detroit.
I am from another city, in Michigan.
I do not like vile things supposed about me. Who does?
I am convinced Charismatics are lying charlatans, who make a living off grinding up and spitting out their perceived opponents.
God bless them with repentances.
They will look on Him, whom they have pierced.
Suing for defamation – is not possible for a poor person. My good name doesn’t have a price on it.
I will pray for them.
I am not depressed. I am shocked.
I am not suicidal. I am disgusted.
I do not sin in the manner that my detractors suppose. That’s a lie.
I pray for them.
I always say, “If it weren’t for Catholics, there would be more Catholics.”
I wonder out loud on this blog posting, “How many people who call into their Catholic Radio Show, are treated like this.”
Their boasting on every show, should have been a tip off. I thought that deacon gave good homilies.
From now on; I refuse to watch his ordination or homilies any more.
His words to me were most vile words anyone has ever spoken to me personally. Decent people don’t talk like that, in vile innuendo’s.
That show today taught me, that Catholic Radio personalities are paid hirelings. That is the extent of that.
I will ask a lawyer to tell them to not re-air their program, about me. It was such a shock to me.
Unrepentant, vile and defamatory Catholics will never be found listed in Christ’s “Book of Life” unless they repent of it. Lent will never be over for folks like that.
“At the end of his Angelus reflection this Sunday, Pope Benedict told pilgrims “Dear brothers and sisters…The Lord is calling me to “climb the mountain”, to devote myself even more to prayer and meditation. But this does not mean abandoning the Church, indeed, if God is asking me to do this, it is so I can continue to serve the Church with the same dedication and the same love with which I have done thus far, but in a way that is better suited to my age and my strength”. “We will always be close in prayer!”. Let us invoke the intercession of the Virgin Mary: may she always help us all to follow the Lord Jesus in prayer and works of charity”.
Dear brothers and sisters!
On the second Sunday of Lent, the liturgy always presents us with the Gospel of the Transfiguration of the Lord. The evangelist Luke places particular emphasis on the fact that Jesus was transfigured as he prayed: his is a profound experience of relationship with the Father during a sort of spiritual retreat that Jesus lives on a high mountain in the company of Peter, James and John , the three disciples always present in moments of divine manifestation of the Master (Luke 5:10, 8.51, 9.28).The Lord, who shortly before had foretold his death and resurrection (9:22), offers his disciples a foretaste of his glory. And even in the Transfiguration, as in baptism, we hear the voice of the Heavenly Father, “This is my Son, the Chosen One listen to him” (9:35). The presence of Moses and Elijah, representing the Law and the Prophets of the Old Covenant, it is highly significant: the whole history of the Alliance is focused on Him, the Christ, who accomplishes a new “exodus” (9:31) , not to the promised land as in the time of Moses, but to Heaven. Peter’s words: “Master, it is good that we are here”(9.33) represents the impossible attempt to stop this mystical experience. St. Augustine says: “[Peter] … on the mountain … had Christ as the food of the soul. Why should he come down to return to the labours and pains, while up there he was full of feelings of holy love for God that inspired in him a holy conduct? “(Sermon 78.3).
We can draw a very important lesson from meditating on this passage of the Gospel. First, the primacy of prayer, without which all the work of the apostolate and of charity is reduced to activism. In Lent we learn to give proper time to prayer, both personal and communal, which gives breath to our spiritual life. In addition, to pray is not to isolate oneself from the world and its contradictions, as Peter wanted on Tabor, instead prayer leads us back to the path, to action. “The Christian life – I wrote in my Message for Lent – consists in continuously scaling the mountain to meet God and then coming back down, bearing the love and strength drawn from him, so as to serve our brothers and sisters with God’s own love “(n. 3).Dear brothers and sisters, I feel that this Word of God is particularly directed at me, at this point in my life. The Lord is calling me to “climb the mountain”, to devote myself even more to prayer and meditation.
But this does not mean abandoning the Church, indeed, if God is asking me to do this it is so that I can continue to serve the Church with the same dedication and the same love with which I have done thus far, but in a way that is better suited to my age and my strength. Let us invoke the intercession of the Virgin Mary: may she always help us all to follow the Lord Jesus in prayer and works of charity.
I offer a warm greeting to all the English-speaking visitors present for this Angelus prayer, especially the Schola Cantorum of the London Oratory School. I thank everyone for the many expressions of gratitude, affection and closeness in prayer which I have received in these days. As we continue our Lenten journey towards Easter, may we keep our eyes fixed on Jesus the Redeemer, whose glory was revealed on the mount of the Transfiguration.
Upon all of you I invoke God’s abundant blessings!”
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