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    Looming Danger
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Father Gruner & The Message

The general Message of Fatima is not complicated. Its requests are for prayer, reparation, repentance, and sacrifice, and the abandonment of sin. Before Our Lady appeared to the three shepherd children, Lucy, Francisco and Jacinta, the Angel of Peace visited them. The Angel prepared the children to receive the Blessed Virgin Mary, and his instructions are an important aspect of the Message that is often overlooked.

First Rabbitgate. Now “Trannygate”

by Christopher A. Ferrara
January 30, 2015

For nearly two years Pope Francis has been shocking the Church almost weekly with unheard-of pronouncements and gestures. It seems there will be no end to the jolts he intends to administer by saying whatever he thinks and doing whatever he pleases in keeping with his own self-assessment, which he states as if it were a good thing: “You know, I have a shortcoming: a healthy dose of recklessness.

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A Specific Act of the Pope Can Usher in World Peace

Dear Friend,

Below you will find a News Release that explains why the consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary offers the nations of the world their only hope for peace. This News Release has been prepared with newspaper editors and journalists in mind, as well as broadcast media. It presents in a clear, concise manner the basic facts about the Fatima Message, the conditions for bringing about world peace, and the terrible consequence we face should we fail to meet those conditions. We ask that you read it and pass it on to the editor of your local newspaper or the news division of your local radio and television stations.

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The True Melting Pot

by Edwin Faust

In 1905, Israel Zangwill was the toast of New York City, as his popular play The Melting Pot celebrated the ideal of America as a true utopia where the divisions and animosities of the Old World, based on religions and ethnicities, were dissolved in the fire of a new brotherhood of man. The hero of his play was a Russian Jew; the heroine, the daughter of a tsarist officer who had led a bloody pogrom in the hero's Jewish village in the old country.

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