Topic: village

Malmedy, Belgium… At the end of the First World War, Malmedy was separated from Germany and annexed to Belgium on March 6, 1925. Historically, Malmedy gained its fame when it became the focal point ... discuss

This Thanksgiving week, Secular Pro-Life is giving a few guests the opportunity to thank the pro-life heroes in their lives. First up is Valerie Lopez, a Texas A & M University student who got a huge ... discuss

Kyiv, Ukraine, Nov 21, 2014 / 04:01 am (CNA/EWTN News).- One year ago, Mustafa Nayyem, a Ukrainian journalist born in Afghanistan,  began Euromaidan from his post on Facebook: "Let us be serious. ... discuss

Here are today’s Kindle deals: Everyday Talk About Sex and Marriage by John Younts ($2.99); Out of the Depths by Edgar Harrell ($1.99); The Promises of Grace by Bryan Chapell ($1.99). Al ... discuss

Arlene from Israel The death toll in the Nar Nof massacre has risen to five. Master Sergeant  Zidan Saif, 30 – of the Druse village of Kfar Yanouch in the Galil – was one of the first police ... discuss

By EDDIE O'NEILL | When St. Rose Philippine Duchesne arrived in what is now St. Charles, Mo., she described the place as “the remotest village in the U.S.”   A Sister of t ... discuss

  In this hard hitting video Bill Whittle explains the epidemic of “White on Black” crime that is purported to be occurring all across our nation. An epidemic of white cops shooting unarmed ... discuss

(c 1045 – 16 November 1093), was the sister of Edgar Ætheling, the short-ruling and uncrowned Anglo-Saxon king of England. She married Malcolm III, King of Scots, becoming his Queen consort.The dau ... discuss

(also known as Maclou or Mac'h Low and, in Latin, as Maclovius or Machutus) was the mid-6th century founder of Saint-Malo in Brittany, France. He is one of the seven founding saints of Brittany.Detail ... discuss

The “Cross Road” with Teens Having toddlers and teenagers at the same time is just HARD, people. I dare you to try it sometime. Lest you start going on about how I’m a saint, let me ... discuss

Brewster’s Millions Did you know this is an older book? And there’s an older movie, too (not the one with Richard Pryor)! Here’s a part of a reader review from the original book; A ... discuss

The pro-life movement has long pointed out that abortion is used to cover up cases of rape or incest and a horrific story out of Egypt proves the point. According to a local news report, police have a ... discuss

I have never seen The Blind Side. But I recently finished reading the book—and I’m glad I did. What a great read! Though it’s not a book that gives any ink to the topic of abortion, ... discuss

I have never seen The Blind Side. But I recently finished reading the book—and I’m glad I did. What a great read! Though it’s not a book that gives any ink to the topic of abortion, ... discuss

On November 8, 1875, 19-year-old Mary Alice Foorman left her home in Eaton, Indiana. She had, the family said, been on the way to visit a brother at Dunkirk, about ten miles away. At the beginning o ... discuss

By Mitchell Kalpakgian, Ph.D. In defending the home and family as “something as wild and elemental as a cabbage”, Chesterton acknowledges the sovereign freedoms that govern life in a famil ... discuss

Last August, the mission parish in which I serve celebrated the fifth anniversary of its founding. St. Nicholas opened on August 9, 2009 (it being purely coincidental that it was also the feast day o ... discuss

Its not that every Sunday — every day, really — isn’t meaningful. Its just that there are certain days in the liturgical calendar that speak to us, sometimes alone and sometimes tog ... discuss

Favorite Nursery Rhymes with pictures by Ethel Franklin Betts. Get this one at Gutenberg so you can have full advantage of the lovely illustrations. Some are in colour, like this one of Little Boy Bl ... discuss

Leonard of Noblac or of Limoges or de Noblet (also known as Lienard, Linhart, Leonhard, Léonard, Leonardo) (died traditionally in 559), according to the romance that accrued to his name recorded in a ... discuss

For naïve followers, the notion that capital punishment is unfair is an uncritically accepted faith based on logical fallacies, unwarranted assumptions and insupportable assertions. For knowing leade ... discuss

Reposted from last year ... because it still holds true for me.The Forerunners of Christ with Saints and Martyrs (about 1423-24), Fra Angelico, via WikipediaTherefore, another one of those times that ... discuss

The Progressives in both parties may be the establishment now but they have always been and continue to be revolutionaries seeking to turn the American dream into a socialist nightmare. Since the 189 ... discuss

Jack O LanternsFrom morganglines at Flickr, some rights reserved"Hallowe'en in a Suburb" by H.P. Lovecraft (1890-1937)The steeples are white in the wild moonlight,And the trees have a silver glare;Pas ... discuss

2 Corinthians 8 "8 And now, brothers and sisters, we want you to know about the grace that God has given the Macedonian churches. 2 In the midst of a very severe trial, their overflowing joy ... discuss

On October 31, 1517 an Augustinian monk named Martin Luther nailed a document to the door at the Wittenburg Church. His document, known as Ninety-Five Theses, was an invitation to discuss and debat ... discuss

The Red Redmaynesby Eden Phillpotts This is a post WW1 mystery, written in the so-called golden age of mystery stories. Set in Britain. Things as They Are Mission Work in Southern India Here is a re ... discuss

This is an order I have known about before it was founded.  Fr. Albert is someone who I look up to.  Please consider supporting this community:   Find out about a new traditional religi ... discuss

We opened this month's "When Swing Was King" schedule yesterday afternoon at Brookestone Village to a large and engaged crowd. It was a great time and we so appreciate the residents and their love for ... discuss

Ginger Snaps: An Autumnal baking must.Well, almost everyone is smiling.   Waxing Hunter's Moon over Bridal Veil Falls and the town of Telluride. Tomorrow morning I'm having surgery. It' ... discuss

30 September AD 420 Saint Jerome (Eusebius Sophronius Hieronymus), translator of Holy Scripture, was born in a little Dalmatian village on the Adriatic Sea around the year AD 345. Although he came fr ... discuss

TweetBy Jonathon Van MarenThousands of gravestones spot the lush green lawn of Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, but one is different than the others. There is no name carved on it, and no date of birth. The p ... discuss

Whoo. Ms Bathory was close. Human’s are nothing if not adaptable. Remembering 9/11 and something about it you probably didn’t know. Max-Sec in the deep south. Yikes. More yikes. Constitut ... discuss

 Meet Blessed Isidore Bakanja, a convert to Catholicism, back when missionaries work to preach the Gospel and bring people to the One True Faith.He was baptized at the age of 18.  He worked ... discuss

In order to help our Embassy Community better understand some key points about Ebola virus we consulted with our medical specialists at the U.S. State Department & assembled this list below, worded in ... discuss

By Jean M. HeimannToday, June 14th, is the memorial of St. Kateri Tekakwitha, the first Native American saint in the United States.Known as the "Lily of the Mohawks" and the “Geneviève of New Franc ... discuss

“BUT WHY??? He did not say.”Because she’s part of the far-right magic village people and not mainstream. She’s in the same genre as Joe Miller, Christine O’Donnell, and Sharron Angle – ... discuss

Chicago Crime Roundup Monday March 21, 2011 Man dies in drive-by shooting A 22-year-old man died Saturday after being gunned down in a drive-by shooting in the Garfield Park neighborhood on the West S ... discuss

Chicago Crime Roundup March 15th 2011 Man Beaten To Death On North Side A man was beaten to death Sunday night in the North Side Budlong Woods area, police said. The 18-year-old man — identified by ... discuss

Spiral Dynamics (modified by me on this page) maps the complexity codes that shape human nature, create global diversities, and drive evolutionary change. A person can live in a modern world with cell ... discuss

Summer Leisure Reading: Some of these are the sorts of books I categorize under my Kindle as ‘Mama Reads.’ Because these are titlest that are free due to being in the public domain, they a ... discuss

July 4th Patriotic Music  Our Flag ... discuss

The Star-Spangled Banner, which can be seen at the National Museum of American History.  by Amy A. Kass, Leon R. Kass & Diana Schaub, Intercollegiate Review: Can the American flag contribute to a ... discuss

In October of 1956 my grandfather Des Nichols, a life-long resident of Rockton himself, attended an auction at the homestead of a Rockton pioneer family, the old Clizbe place at the corner of Clizbe A ... discuss

A chapter from my book, Where Do We Find Such Men? in remembrance of those who served on June 6, 1944. Brig. Gen. Allen Kimball is given the most important assignment of his life, and arguably the mo ... discuss

Recognize the right Shepherd Jesus said: “Amen, amen, I say to you, whoever does not enter a sheepfold through the gate but climbs over elsewhere is a thief and a robber. But whoever enters through ... discuss

Many conservatives say that those darn progressives are making our country more collectivist. And one result is the growing culture of dependency. We’re getting further and further down that &ld ... discuss

One night in December 2003, an 8-year-old girl named Yuri was abducted, raped, and brutally murdered in the remote Quechuan village of La Union, Peru. The next morning, her 11-year-old brother found h ... discuss

A senior cleric has spoken of how suspected Islamist militants "slaughtered" some 30 churchgoers in north-eastern Nigeria on Sunday. The Bishop of Yola told the BBC the insurgents had locked ... discuss

Via the New York Post: A naked NYU freshman high on hallucinogenic mushrooms plunged to his death from the roof of his dorm in the East Village early Monday — the first day of the spring semester, c ... discuss

“The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told” opened in early December at the Oklahoma City Civic Center; and lasted until Dec. 22. When it opened in the East Village in New York in 1998, Donohue sa ... discuss

The prelate, who was appointed cardinal by Pope Francis, celebrated Mass in the village Eun-pyong, a shelter for the homeless and the sick run by Caritas Seoul: "I need your prayers, which are strong, ... discuss

The head of her village ordered a trial and sexual violence to punish her. Now the victim is in the hospital and identified her rapists, who were arrested by the police. Catholic Bishop : "In order to ... discuss

WTRF: "Stratton, Ohio, is the latest Ohio Valley community to come under fire for having crosses in public areas. Stratton Mayor John Abdalla said that the group Freedom From Religion has threatened t ... discuss

Kalap isn’t what most people think of when asked to describe the pastor of a thriving church; he stammers painfully, whether speaking to individuals or a crowd. When he first arrived in the village ... discuss

Advocacy group Arakan Project reported the attack citing sources in Du Char Yar Tan village. Hundreds of security forces are patrolling the area to avoid further violence. A rally by a Buddhist extrem ... discuss

Father Takes Women Missionaries as TenantsAlthough she came from a simple village of 40 families, Baisakhi grew up convinced that her gods could give her health, wealth and happiness. She began faithf ... discuss

For more than a year and a half, refugees from the village of Mullikulam (northern Sri Lanka) have been living in Marichchikattu Forest. With little chance of fishing and farming after the Navy seized ... discuss

As I sit in a world filled with political correctness, and with people trying to be tolerant and accepting of everyone and everything, I've been thinking about how radical Jesus is and was. Jesus alw ... discuss

Ovidio Marandy, an ethnic Santhal, died last Saturday in Gobindoganj (northern Bangladesh). He had organised a demonstration in his village after Islamic extremists had set it on fire to punish Christ ... discuss

Shhh! "Talk about extreme, militant Islamists and the atrocities that they have perpetrated globally might undercut the positive achievements that we Catholics have attained in our inter-religious dia ... discuss

Survivors of the Jan. 6 slaughter of 33 Christians in a village in Nigeria's Plateau State said Special Task Force (STF) soldiers stationed to protect them turned their weapons on those fleeing the at ... discuss

Morningstar News: Survivors of Monday’s (Jan. 6) slaughter of 33 Christians in a village in Nigeria’s Plateau state said Special Task Force (STF) soldiers stationed to protect them turned their we ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston An eight-year-old Afghan girl has been apprehended trying to set off a terrorist’s suicide vest, put up to the task by Taliban terrorists, authorities in that country say ... discuss

Gunmen attacked a village in central Nigeria on January 6, according to wire service reports. Daniel Dem, a local lawmaker, said that 30 people died in the attack. In addition, 40 homes ... Original P ... discuss

Who knew that lawn mowers could play such an essential role in Bible translation? But in the remote village of Musula, Papua New Guinea, where a grass-and-dirt airstrip makes it possible for Bible tra ... discuss

Inside Llewyn Davis, the Coen brothers' tale of a struggling folk singer in early 1960s Greenwich Village, was named the year's best film by the National Society of Film Critics on Saturday, with star ... discuss

Former New York Newsday and Village Voice editor Donald Forst has died. He was 81.Forst's companion, Val Haynes, says he died Saturday at St. Peter's Hospital in Albany of complications of colon cance ... discuss

In a massive raid on Boshe ( Lufeng ) police seized more than 3 thousand tons of methamphetamine and arrested 182 people. The operation involved more than 3 thousand policemen. Village of 14 thousand ... discuss

NY Times: They try to coax him, reminding him that Hindu and Muslim families lived together in his village for generations before September, when a two-day spasm of religious violence engulfed the are ... discuss

by Hans Johnson The first baby of a new year has always been considered good luck for a family or village. Often gifts and money were awarded to the parents. But under Obamacare, it may no longer be a ... discuss

What I love about Thoreau is that he made every moment of his short life count for something. Mostly what he did was perambulate –a wonderful word that means to walk and think at the same time. ... discuss

Betrayal is the worst, and as far as Joseph knew, Mary had betrayed him. His fiance was pregnant. He had brutal, legal options available to him in this patriarchal society they lived in, yet he chose ... discuss

“I have fought against white domination, and I have fought against black domination. I have cherished the ideal of a democratic and free society in which all persons will live together in harmony an ... discuss

I was trying out a new search engine the other day. Actually, it was a digital library, and it is pretty cool. You should check it out. It’s part of the Digital Library Project, and is called Ha ... discuss

Pro Life Campaign- National Conference 2013 Energised, focused and organised, the Pro-Life Campaign’s 2013 National Conference in the RDS celebrated the groundswell of public support and moment ... discuss

The ancient idea of a parish community was that it was coterminous with the geographical parish. Village people lived around the village church and the community of families also comprised the communi ... discuss

 What else could it be but Young Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne ... at Forgotten Classics. ... discuss

I live in a fairly small town. It’s probably a lot like the places many of you live: a handful of churches, a grocery store, a pharmacy, a hardware store, small businesses and restaurants plus t ... discuss

This post is a bit of a photo dump…sorry about that. At least it's a pretty photo dump. :)What follows is our early October outing to see the fall foliage. We took the long way, the road less travel ... discuss

Sunday of the Twenty-Eighth Week In Ordinary Time(Click here for readings)As Jesus was entering a village, ten lepers met him.  They stood at a distance from him and raised their voices, saying, ... discuss

(c. 586 – 12 October 632/633) was the son of Ælle king of Deira and seems to have had (at least) two siblings. His sister Acha was married to Æthelfrith, king of neighboring Bernicia. An otherwise ... discuss

(FOXNEWS) — Evangelical Christian airmen at Lackland Air Force Base are facing severe threats and retribution for their religious beliefs and some personnel have been ordered to publicly express the ... discuss

Angry Muslims looted and destroyed Christian-owned businesses in the village of Zakaria after a 22-year-old Christian man had a consensual relationship with a Muslim woman of the same age, ...… ... discuss

30 September AD 420 Saint Jerome (Eusebius Sophronius Hieronymus), translator of Holy Scripture, was born in a little Dalmatian village on the Adriatic Sea around the year AD 345. Although he came fr ... discuss

25 September AD 1392 To Russians, Sergius is both a national hero and an example of Russian spiritual life at its best. His posterity reminds us of Joan of Arc with the French or Martin Luther for Ge ... discuss

Mourners carry the coffins of three men into a church for their funeral in Damascus, Syria, Sept. 10. The Christian men were killed during a raid by opposition fighters on Maloula village northeast of ... discuss

Today is the memorial of St. Pio of Pietrelcina (1887-1968).St. Pio is one of my favorite saints. Miracles happened everyday of his life. He was a priest, a mystic, and a stigmatist who possessed many ... discuss

Abortion Practitioner Failed to Report Statutory Rape of 13-Year-Old Girl An Indiana abortion practitioner is coming under fire today for failing to file a timely report on the abortion he did on a ... discuss

"Recant your faith or get out!" That’s the ultimatum issued recently to 50 Christians living in a rural community in central Laos, reports MNN. According to a report from the Human Rights Watch f ... discuss

Two Coptic Christian government employees have been shot dead for refusing to pay Jizya, the Muslim poll tax on Christians. According to a story by Mary Abdelmassih for the Assyrian International News ... discuss

A Jewish Israeli man with an urgent need to see an orthopedist was referred by his healthcare provider to a clinic in an Arab village. While passing time in the waiting room playing with hi ... discuss

As an Indian Christian couple attempted to evangelize a village in the southwestern Indian state of Karnataka, they were surrounded by a mob of 100 Hindu radicals, according to the Global ...… R ... discuss

o'mam's murdering alliesRight Side News – No word on whether this innocent little girl was Christian or Alawite. Regardless, this is disgusting, deviant, and demonic behavior to any civilized s ... discuss

Jizyah or jizya (جزْي) is the extra tax imposed on non-Muslims (Dhimmis) who live under Muslim rule according to the Qur'an and hadith. The Muslim Brotherhood is going to the homes of Copts with A ... discuss

A woman who witnessed the murder of three Catholics in Ma'loula, a Syrian Christian village attacked by jihadist Syrian rebels, provided the Fides news agency with details of their ...… Read the ... discuss

o'dacity has hope to 'fundamentallly change' and end 3,000 years of bloodshed in the region.  I suspect o'mam is counting on the opposite. -- rfh From: American Minute S ... discuss

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  Christians may be barred from office, city employment, or contracts under new San Antonio LGBT law by Kirsten Andersen SAN ANTONIO, TX, Septembe ... discuss

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton Cross-Posted at Gateway Pundit Photo: Yahoo! News Al-Qaida Rebel fighters have taken over a Christian village northeast of the capital of Syria, Damascus. The slaughter of ... discuss

What I am referring to is this little display here.   …and of course, the atheists responded in kind. You can head over to gateway pundit to see all of that silliness.  As much as I kno ... discuss

http://rt.com/op-edge/mother-chemical-attack-footage-fraud-509/There is proof the footage of the alleged chemical attack in Syria was fabricated, Mother Agnes Mariam el-Salib, mother superior of St. J ... discuss

Good question, Pat Buchanan! [See more here] and consider the consequences to the U.S. of attacking Syria: ANOTHER war intervening in the Middle East...and on the same side as Al Qaeda for heaven's sa ... discuss

If you Google the book title you can see that the book is now available in all major bookstores, online books, and Amazon. Here is a clip: More and more people join the crowd as they push me towards t ... discuss

In Pakistan the supremacists are Muslims, and those considered "unclean" are Christians, in accord with Qur'an 9:28: "O you who have believed, indeed the polytheists are unclean...." This is consid ... discuss

By ASIA BIBI | nypost.com As her religion faces persecution across the Middle East, a Christian woman explains why she faces hanging in Pakistan for the crime of ‘blasphemy’ To her neighbors, ... discuss

New York City, N.Y., Aug 27, 2013 / 02:02 am (CNA).- A series of talks on art and beauty aims to bring a Catholic understanding of the arts into the heart of New York City's Greenwich Village. The C ... discuss

Stand against islamic persecution, supremacim and and subjugation, join us on 911. Stand against jihad. Sentenced to death for a sip of water By ASIA BIBI,  NY Post,  August 25, 2013 (thanks to Jack ... discuss

Why sheep? Why not cheetahs or wolves or ligers or another animal with a bit of flair, a bit of class? But the Bible tells us often that we are sheep. We are sheep and God is a shepherd. That she ... discuss

An Indonesian pastor remains in a tortured psychological state as a legal case against him lingers on. Palti Panjaitan, who runs the HKBP Filadelfia church in the village of Jejalen Jaya, east of Beka ... discuss

It takes a great deal of courage to follow the Lord’s call and leave the only church you’ve ever known. When I shared my story of leaving extreme fundamentalism, I was trying to deal with ... discuss

During my Haiti trip I brought my Kindle and read in transit and in down time. After finishing Tom Sawyer, I read a book I bought on sale at Amazon, Is God a Moral Monster?: Making Sense of the Old Te ... discuss

Islamists think that by burning the church buildings they can destroy the Church. Little do they know that even before their cult was invented, the Church of Christ survived the mighty Roman empire ev ... discuss

Small request - if you read this blog regularly, would you mind clicking on the Google Friend connect in the right side bar?  Thanks so much! Outside my window... photo by zenbikescience via ... discuss

We arrived in Haiti on Saturday, July 13th, and went to church on Sunday, July 14th. I took a brief video clip in church so I could remember it. Here it is. Before the earthquake, there was a ... discuss

August 8 is the traditional feast day of St. John Vianney, patron saint of all priests. John Vianney's body remains incorrupt, entombed in Ars, where he served faithfully. In this time when the Tradit ... discuss

August 8 is the traditional feast day of St. John Vianney, patron saint of all priests. John Vianney's body remains incorrupt, entombed in Ars, where he served faithfully. In this time when the Tradit ... discuss

(May 8, 1786 - August 4, 1859) was a French parish priest who became the patron saint of parish priests. He is often referred to, even in English, as the "Curé d'Ars" (the parish priest of the villag ... discuss

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31 July, New Testament Saint Joseph is mentioned in all four Gospels. He came from a small village called Arimathea in the hill country of Judea and was a respected member of the Sanhedrin, the Jewis ... discuss

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir sacks cabinet, including his deputy Riek Machar [1] South Sudan's ousted cabinet barred from entering ministries [2] UK Minister for Africa Mark Simmonds urges ... discuss

25 July, New Testament James, son of Zebedee, and his brother John were among Our Lord's twelve disciples. Together with Peter, these two were privileged to behold the Transfiguration (Matthew 17:1; M ... discuss

Rushdoony’s A Christian Manifesto gives us some poignant themes to consider as Christians. What does it mean to live out a consistently biblical worldview? Is it enough to merely assent to bibl ... discuss

 It seems months since our family turned the key and opened the door to our beautiful home in The Philippines! In reality, we have not even been here two full weeks.It seems weeks since I've had ... discuss

Now as they went on their way, [Jesus] entered a village; and a woman named Martha received him into her house. And she had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord’s feet and listened to his tea ... discuss

Fighting in South Sudan cuts off 100,000 people from aid South Sudan army says it and UN unable to protect civilians in Jonglei Fighting in South Sudan forces thousands into bush South Sudan f ... discuss

I always find it amusing when gay politicians back Islam. Via NY Times: Christine C. Quinn, the City Council speaker and one of the leading Democratic candidates for mayor, walked into a clubhouse ... discuss

In other Life news: My homestate of Missouri is threatening to bring back the gas chamber since they can't get their hands on the three-drug cocktail for lethal injection and they have a court case pe ... discuss

Dear Ms. Bennet: As reported by the Times of Trenton on 1/13/12,"Local religious groups are unhappy with a federal ruling issued last week that requires most church-affiliated organizations to offer ... discuss

Hmm, makes you wonder if there is any correlation between this attack and the one in NJ on June 21st where a large black man brutally beat and robbed a young mother in a home invasion. Police are stil ... discuss

Reading this story on the Baptist Press deeply saddened me.  I didn't intend to post another blog entry tonight but I felt compelled to share this.  Please join me in praying for this family ... discuss

Two experiences of a doctor: one as an Intern in a Teaching Hospital and another as a Medical Officer (National Youth Corps member) in a village. Both occurrences are about 1 year apart. Scene On ... discuss

When you count abortions from chemical and mechanical methods, there have been 308,000,000 in the United States, since Roe v. Wade (cf, Pharmacists for Life International ).  Your Excellency ... discuss

Make no mistake, humans are a strange bunch! All over the world they take part in weird and wonderful festivals and celebrations while we all look on in wonderment! Here are a few of the best, or def ... discuss

We often hear that there have been 50 million abortions in the United States, since the 1973 Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision. When you properly include abortions from chemical and mechanical meth ... discuss

Great band name, hm? It's been keeping me from sleeping these last couple of days.I'm a mess right now, as a result.A year ago today I could barely get off the couch as I recovered from endometriosis ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek. ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek. ... discuss

I was excited to get this book from Bethany House to review. The story was a wonderful coming-of-age tale. It was fun to get to watch Errol, the town drunk transform into a hero of the kingdom. I re ... discuss

According to ancient folklore, Saint Patrick lit the first paschal fire on the Hill of Slane in defiance of the druids and the pagan kings of Tara. When they saw the flames, the followers of Patrick w ... discuss

A couple of weeks ago, in “Has the papacy become ‘just a job’?” I lumped concerns that emeritus Pope Benedict’s resignation had changed the nature of the papacy in with other bits of “sil ... discuss

Sermon – Lent 3 - March 3rd, 2013Village Lutheran Church, Ladue, MOMatthew 13:1-9“Repent or Perish”Repent or perish! Well, happy Sunday morning to you, too, pastor. Repent or perish! ... discuss

David Mamet's scathing take-down and cutting analysis of centralized government and the specious arguments made by Barack Obama and his fellow gun-grabbing liberals over the past few weeks is absolute ... discuss

Next time someone asks you why you want the right to keep and bear arms, keep this story in your thoughts. Mother and her 12 year old son, viciously gang raped, sodomized and beaten in horrific h ... discuss

16 April 1963   My Dear Fellow Clergymen:   While confined here in the Birmingham city jail, I came across your recent statement calling my present activities “unwise and untimely.R ... discuss

ARRA News Service Editor: Some have claimed that the Mayans predicted the "End of the World, let me see,  a few days ago, today or even this coming Sunday. While mankind sure can screw up this w ... discuss

  From: Political Outcast Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2012 Subject: Pelosi Compares Race-Oriented Kwanzaa to Christmas article source: http://politicaloutcast.com/2012/12/nancy ... discuss

FEMA CONCENTRATION CAMPS: Locations and Executive Orders article source: http://www.sianews.com/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1062   There over 800 prison camps in the United States, ... discuss

Tim SweetmanMy latest article is on The Veritas Network this morning. My eyes were burning as the salty sweat dripped off my forehead. I took a bite of my chewy energy bar, then crumpled and stuffed ... discuss

He was born around 305, probably near the city of Egitania, Lusitania, in what is the present-day village of Idanha-a-Velha, Portugal, then part of the Western Roman Empire. His life coincided with th ... discuss

My political opinions lean more and more to Anarchy (philosophically understood, meaning abolition of control not whiskered men with bombs) – or to 'unconstitutional' Monarchy. I would arrest anybod ... discuss

Today is the feast of St. Nicholas.We always celebrate. It's a family tradition.The true story of Santa Claus begins with Nicholas, who was born during the third century in the village of Patara. At t ... discuss

St. Nicholas was a real person, and in fact a real bishop! You can read his story here but an excerpt is below: The true story of Santa Claus begins with Nicholas, who was born during the third ce ... discuss

On this blog I have included the biographies of many great and notable Christians. Today I would like to include that of one of my heroes and ancestors, the Rev. Simon Sutherland. The Sutherland famil ... discuss

The Collect.ALMIGHTY God, give us grace that we may cast away the works of darkness, and put upon us the armour of light, now in the time of this mortal life, in which thy Son Jesus Christ came to vis ... discuss

…….these are MUSLIMS who claim to be from “THE RELIGION OF PEACE”….SICK freaking bastards! May they burn in HELL for eternity!……Papa Mike Savages. Via ... discuss

from  Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jills ... discuss

Farhan Haji Mose was cut in two this past Friday.  His crime was conversion from Islam to Christianity.  He was 25. Beheaded before he was severed, Farhan was executed before a crowd of Muslims and ... discuss

Aunt Betty, who passed away earlier this week at 93, received her farewells this morning at St. Mary's Church in Franklin, MA. It is the church where my parents were married, where my grandfather and ... discuss

FROM THE PASTORNovember 18, 2012by Fr. George W. Rutler In the wake of the recent hurricane, a sibilant television commentator said, “I’m so glad we had that storm.” Apologies aside, his words ... discuss

(also known as Maclou or Mac'h Low and, in Latin, as Maclovius or Machutus) was the mid-6th century founder of Saint-Malo in Brittany, France. He is one of the seven founding saints of Brittany.Detail ... discuss

Four of our five children and their families will be joining us for Thanksgiving. Three will be staying with us. That means six adults and thirteen children sleeping over for several days and ten adul ... discuss

Obama Admin Won’t Deport Illegal Alien Who Killed Law Student Because He Only Committed One Crime Of “Moral Turpitude”… Via Creators: Drew Rosenberg became a victim of San Francisco ... discuss

Sermon for All Saints Day 2012The Right Rev'd Philip AndersonAbbot of Clear Creek MonasteryLost City, OklahomaDear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,My very dear sons,Today's feast, through the liturgica ... discuss

The saint of the day for November 6 is St. Leonard of Noblac or of Limoges.Leonard (who died in 559), was a French nobleman in the court of Clovis, the first king of France. He was converted to C ... discuss

One of my true heroes passed away over the weekend. Here's his story from my upcoming book Where Do We Find Such Men?James A. “Jake” Blanchfield attended to his regular duties as Circulation Manag ... discuss

Leonard of Noblac or of Limoges or de Noblet (also known as Lienard, Linhart, Leonhard, Léonard, Leonardo) (died traditionally in 559), according to the romance that accrued to his name recorded in a ... discuss

The Forerunners of Christ with Saints and Martyrs (about 1423-24), Fra Angelico, via WikipediaTherefore, another one of those times that turned out to be historical, as far as my own soul is concerned ... discuss

Back when I first posted the Alert’s statement of faith – we got some good comments but I’m not sure how to import them over here.  So here’s the statement of faith. No to th ... discuss

Outside my window... A little red flower that decided to bloom in the Indian Summer we had last week. I wanted to get a picture of it before Frankenstorm hits Ohio! I am thinking... about the l ... discuss

Brothers and sisters, “Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ” (Romans 1:7). Before returning to our particular Churches, we, Bishops of the whole world gath ... discuss

Encouraging to see the atrocity of China’s one-child forced abortion/sterilization policy spotlighted at a New York social gala…. Press release from Reggie Littlejohn, President, WomenR ... discuss

Contact: Reggie Littlejohn, President, Women's Rights Without Frontiers, 310-592-5722 NEW YORK, Oct. 26, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- On Thursday actor Christian Bale presented blind forced abortion ... discuss

Today is the optional memorial of St. Anthony Mary Claret -- a favorite saint that my husband introduced me to several years ago when he gave a teaching on this amazing man of God. I don't think I hav ... discuss

A tragic story about a terrible man from thebraiser.com, October 18: Yesterday, Joshua Woodward (pictured right),  a former New York City restaurateur and partner of chef Govind Armstrong, was arrai ... discuss

At a time when prayer and sacrifice are greatly needed to stem the passage of the anti-life Reproductive Health (RH) Bill, Catholics in the Philippines are preparing for a truly blessed event: the can ... discuss

Today in the dioceses of the United States the Church celebrates the optional memorial of Sts. Issac Jogues and John de Brébeuf (priests and martyrs) and their companions (martyrs). They were Jesuit ... discuss

Today 95 years ago, our Lady appeared to three small children in Portugal...our Blessed Mother revealed a message of hope and a warning to the faithful. Happy feast of Our Lady of Fatima. Fatima ... discuss

Explaining the title of the LectureFor the lecture’s title I have used a phrase which appears in T.S.Eliot’s Four Quartets – the second of which is called East Coker.  East Coker is a villa ... discuss

Contact: Pastor Louis Lupo, 202-290-4379 ROCKVILLE, Md., Sept. 25, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- I saw the cripples get up and walk, and I was humbled. I saw the blind receive their sight, and I was ... discuss

25 September AD 1392To Russians, Sergius is both a national hero and an example of Russian spiritual life at its best. His posterity reminds us of Joan of Arc with the French or Martin Luther for Germ ... discuss

VIDEO: Chaim Topol as Tevye, in the 1971 motion picture Fiddler on the Roofich won three Academy Awards, and was nominated for Best Picture and Best Actor.There have been stories of people reaping a f ... discuss

It's the northernmost cathedral in the United States.  We had passed it several time as we tootled around Fairbanks in our rented monster SUV.  On the day of our departure, a Saturday, we fo ... discuss

The saint of the day for September 22 is St. Thomas of Villanova.Thomas García was the son of a miller who was born in the village of Villanova de los Infantes, Castille, Spain in 1486. He studi ... discuss

Once upon a time if Cape Codders wanted a grand lobster feast these people merely strolled right down to the the shoreline, waded in as well as plucked all they can carry with the armload. With fact, ... discuss

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Calling all Teens! As part of 40 Days for Life in Pensacola, Bishop Gregory L. Parkes requests all teens and young adults to join him in prayer in front of the last abortion clinic in Pensacola. What ... discuss

Calling all Teens! As part of 40 Days for Life in Pensacola, Bishop Gregory L. Parkes requests all teens and young adults to join him in prayer in front of the last abortion clinic in Pensacola. What ... discuss

by Susanna Rose September 18, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – One of the first Christian pastors – and certainly the most influential - in the United States to be openly pro-abortion died last Wednesday ... discuss

In one of the three Pomfret, Connecticut, colonial-era cemeteries leans a headstone reading, "Here Lyes Ye Body of M. Sarah Grosvenor, Daug. of Licester Grosvenor Esq. & M.Mary his Wife: Who Died Sep. ... discuss

"Jesus Heals Ten Lepers"  by James TissotGuest Blogger:  Robert Moeller, Jr.Text: Luke 17:11-19Grace, mercy, and peace to you from God the Father and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!Je ... discuss

The Collect. ALMIGHTY and everlasting God, give unto us the increase of faith, hope, and charity; and, that we may obtain that which thou dost promise, make us to love that which thou dost command; th ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for September 7 is Saint Cloud.On Sept. 7, the Catholic Church honors the memory of Saint Clodoald, popularly known as Saint Cloud, who escaped from violent political intrigue to ... discuss

From The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College By Paul G. Kengor Editor’s note: A different version of this article first appeared at National Catholic Register. Bill Clinto ... discuss

Born to the Irish royalty. Bega’s family arranged her a marriage to the Prince of Norway, but Bega wanted to devote her life and virginity to the Lord, refused the arrangement, and fled; legend says ... discuss

ISLAMABAD, Sept 2 — A Christian girl who was arrested under Pakistan's controversial anti-blasphemy law may have moved a step closer to freedom on Sunday after police detained a Muslim cleric on sus ... discuss

Muslim cleric arrested for framing girl in Pakistan blasphemy caseBy Aisha ChowdhryISLAMABAD | Sun Sep 2, 2012 7:03am EDT(Reuters) - Pakistani authorities have arrested a Muslim cleric on su ... discuss

From Bridges and Tangents By Stephen Wang I’ve just spent five days in a field a mile outside Walsingham, where the annual Youth 2000 summer festival took place last weekend. This little villa ... discuss

Interesting happenings up in Massachusetts (originally from Patriot Ledger) (Mediaite) A few homemade billboard signs in Hanson, Mass., have generated considerable controversy for their inflammatory a ... discuss

A big thank you to Bishop Peter Jugis who has had two large banner signs posted at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Charlotte just steps away from the location of the Democrats' Convention. Delegates wo ... discuss

Astronaut Neil Armstrong always modestly viewed himself, and preferred to be viewed by others, as the anchor man in a relay race. That race began in 1957. The Soviets had their own reasons for going t ... discuss




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