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Aborted babies are being incinerated to provide electricity in the United States

God help us. And God help the sick, perverted, psychopaths who can’t recognize this for the atrocity that it is. We kill these human beings, can’t we at least treat their bodies with dignity?…

http://themattwalshblog.com/2014/04/23/aborted-babies-are-being-incinerated-to-provide-electricity-in-the-united-states/

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Is. 11:10

UPDATED: Did Pope Francis really tell a divorced woman to take Communion?

Jethro  24/04/2014 05:59:22

http://www.traditionalcatholicpriest.com/2014/04/16/10-more-wonderful-things-about-the-catholic-church-before-vatican-ii/
http://www.traditionalcatholicpriest.com/2014/04/08/each-one-of-you-count-for-a-lot-when-you-work-with-and-for-god/
Ven. Pius XII… pray for us from Heaven —- for we lack true leadership here on Earth. We know that Our Savior, Jesus Christ, has and will never abandon His Church— but we know we are being put through a time of trial. Pray for us all to Your Lord, and Ours, that soon an Earthly leader will help us regain that which the errors of modernism have deprived so many of. Papa Pio XII, ora pro nobis.
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A Saint a day: April 24
Saint Egbert

Ecgberht was an Anglo-Saxon nobleman, probably from Northumbria. In 664, as a youth, he traveled to Ireland to study. One of his acquaintances at this time was Chad. He settled at the monastery of Rathelmigisi (Rathmelsigi), identified with Mellifont in County Louth or else in Connaught. His Northumbrian traveling companions, including thelhun, died of the plague, and he contracted it as well.
Ecgberht vowed that if he recovered, he would become a “peregrinus” on perpetual pilgrimage from his homeland of Britain and would lead a life of penitential prayer and fasting. He was twenty-five, and when he recovered he kept his vow until his death at age 90. According to Henry Mayr-Harting, Ecgberht was one of the most famous pilgrims of the early Middle Ages, and occupied a prominent position in a political and religious culture that spanned northern Britain and the Irish Sea.
He began to organize monks in Ireland to proselytize in Frisia; many other high-born notables were associated with his work: Saint Adalbert, Saint Swithbert, and Saint Chad. Ecgberht arranged the mission of Saint Willibrord, Saint Wigbert and others to the pagans. He, however, was dissuaded from this by a vision related to him by a monk who had been a disciple of Saint Boisil (the Prior of Melrose under Abbot Eata). Ecgberht instead dispatched Wihtberht, another Englishman living at Rath Melsigi, to Frisia.
In 684, he tried to dissuade King Ecgfrith of Northumbria from sending an expedition to Ireland under his general Berht, but he was unsuccessful.
While in Ireland, Ecgberht was one of those present at the Synod of Birr in 697, when the Cin Adomnin was guaranteed.
Ecgberht had influential contacts with the kings of Northumbria and of the Picts, as well as with Iona, which he persuaded to adopt the Roman Easter dating about 716. He died on the first day that the Easter feast was observed by this manner in the monastery, on 24 April 729.
His feast day in the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church, April 24, is found in both the Roman, Irish, and Slavic martyrologies and in the metrical calendar of York. Though he is now honoured simply as a confessor, it is probable that St. Ecgberht was a bishop.
Saint Ecgberht ought not to be confused with the later Ecgberht, Archbishop of York.
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A Saint a day: April 24

Saint Egbert

Ecgberht was an Anglo-Saxon nobleman, probably from Northumbria. In 664, as a youth, he traveled to Ireland to study. One of his acquaintances at this time was Chad. He settled at the monastery of Rathelmigisi (Rathmelsigi), identified with Mellifont in County Louth or else in Connaught. His Northumbrian traveling companions, including thelhun, died of the plague, and he contracted it as well.

Ecgberht vowed that if he recovered, he would become a “peregrinus” on perpetual pilgrimage from his homeland of Britain and would lead a life of penitential prayer and fasting. He was twenty-five, and when he recovered he kept his vow until his death at age 90. According to Henry Mayr-Harting, Ecgberht was one of the most famous pilgrims of the early Middle Ages, and occupied a prominent position in a political and religious culture that spanned northern Britain and the Irish Sea.

He began to organize monks in Ireland to proselytize in Frisia; many other high-born notables were associated with his work: Saint Adalbert, Saint Swithbert, and Saint Chad. Ecgberht arranged the mission of Saint Willibrord, Saint Wigbert and others to the pagans. He, however, was dissuaded from this by a vision related to him by a monk who had been a disciple of Saint Boisil (the Prior of Melrose under Abbot Eata). Ecgberht instead dispatched Wihtberht, another Englishman living at Rath Melsigi, to Frisia.

In 684, he tried to dissuade King Ecgfrith of Northumbria from sending an expedition to Ireland under his general Berht, but he was unsuccessful.

While in Ireland, Ecgberht was one of those present at the Synod of Birr in 697, when the Cin Adomnin was guaranteed.

Ecgberht had influential contacts with the kings of Northumbria and of the Picts, as well as with Iona, which he persuaded to adopt the Roman Easter dating about 716. He died on the first day that the Easter feast was observed by this manner in the monastery, on 24 April 729.

His feast day in the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church, April 24, is found in both the Roman, Irish, and Slavic martyrologies and in the metrical calendar of York. Though he is now honoured simply as a confessor, it is probable that St. Ecgberht was a bishop.

Saint Ecgberht ought not to be confused with the later Ecgberht, Archbishop of York.

http://catholicoline.org

‘HIV Is a Gay Disease’
Homosexual sex between men is the biggest risk factors for HIV/AIDS. A stunning 94-95 percent of all HIV diagnoses in 2011 among boys and young men were linked to homosexual sex, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports.[1] A 2008 CDC study of “gay” men in 21 major cities found that nearly one in five were HIV positive while 44 percent of those did not know it. [2] Facts like these have led some homosexual activists to admit that, “HIV is a gay disease.”[3] Yet students rarely are educated on the heightened health risks associated with homosexual behaviors.
the full article is here: 
http://americansfortruth.com/2014/04/19/aftah-flier-on-homosexual-health-risks-is-all-love-equal-passed-out-at-canada-u-regina-protest/

‘HIV Is a Gay Disease’

Homosexual sex between men is the biggest risk factors for HIV/AIDS. A stunning 94-95 percent of all HIV diagnoses in 2011 among boys and young men were linked to homosexual sex, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports.[1] A 2008 CDC study of “gay” men in 21 major cities found that nearly one in five were HIV positive while 44 percent of those did not know it. [2] Facts like these have led some homosexual activists to admit that, “HIV is a gay disease.”[3] Yet students rarely are educated on the heightened health risks associated with homosexual behaviors.

the full article is here: 

http://americansfortruth.com/2014/04/19/aftah-flier-on-homosexual-health-risks-is-all-love-equal-passed-out-at-canada-u-regina-protest/

Self-Serve Communion on Holy Thursday:
8 years of “Reform of the Reform” of the Mass of Paul VI had no effect

As we have often and repeatedly said here, the “Reform of the Reform” of the Rite of Paul VI was bound not to have any effect without a combination of text modifications, strict enforcement, and stern example from the very top — it survived barely based on the third item, now annulled by ad hoc selective application or non-application of the liturgical law.
On Holy Thursday 2014, a practice that used to be widespread in parts of Western Europe in the post-conciliar years, and intermittently ever since, was back in full view: Self-Serve Communion of Paten and Chalice.
In the Cathedral of Our Lady of Tournai (Notre-Dame de Tournai), Belgium:
The only truly enduring Reform of the Reform, made possible by the work of justice known as Summorum Pontificum, is the Traditional Roman Rite. 
[Source: first imagesecond image. Tip: Le Forum Catholique.]

Protest Day against Gender-Ideology in France — Participation Doubles

Farida Belghoul and Batrice Bourges are the two women who have organized the unusual parents protest, which is directed against the state school program ABCD de l’galit (ABCs of Equality), which was introduced by the Hollande government  in the autumn of 2013. It it supposed, according to information provided by the government, to “eliminate prejudices and stereotypes” because this could be the supposed starting point for “discrimination”. The gender ideologues have so interpreted this   that children are to be “educated” as early as the age of six to “choose their sexual orientation.” There is no natural sex and not merely a husband and wife. The sex could be “selected” by themselves and indeed, from any of a variety of “gender”. The socialist re-education program provides on the one hand, for the destruction of marriage, family and sex as “artificial constructs” and at the same time provide for the promotion of aberrosexuality for “Marriages”, “family” and gender. These textbooks are employed like “Father Wears a Skirt” or “Bill’s New Dress”.

Protest Day against Gender-Ideology in France — Participation Doubles
http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2014/04/protest-day-against-gender-ideology-in.html

Papa Francesco chiama una divorziata: “Anche tu puoi fare la Comunione”

Pope Francis, introducing himself as Father Bergogli (no Pope Francis) phoned a argentinan divorced woman: “you can make Communion, there is nothing wrong” he told her.

from:  Corriere della Sera: 

Julio Sabetta di San Lorenzo (Santa Fe): “Oggi è accaduta una delle cose più belle dopo la nascita delle mie figlie: ho ricevuto a casa la telefonata nientedimeno che di papa Francesco”, ha scritto. “Mia moglie aveva divorziato prima di sposarsi con me civilmente e non poteva fare la Comunione: voleva sapere come fare, perché sentiva che avrebbe fatto un torto alla Chiesa se avesse preso la Comunione”, ha detto ai media locali sostenendo che nel giorno di Pasquetta, a
mezzogiorno, è arrivata la telefonata del Papa, che si è presentato come “padre Bergoglio”: il Pontefice si è scusato per il ritardo e si è detto “commosso” dalla situazione e poi ha conversato una decina di minuti con la donna: “Le ha detto che è un tema che si sta affrontando in Vaticano, perché il divorziato che si comunica non sta facendo nulla di male”.

http://www.ilgiornale.it/news/cronache/papa-francesco-chiama-divorziata-anche-tu-puoi-fare-1013287.html

Daily Mass: April 23 2014