Michael Voris. A man not afraid to speak up and speak out and a bishop who is standing up to the counterfeit Catholics and in defense of the priests in his diocese. Thanks be to God! Good on ya both, Michael and Bishop Morlino. The Church needs many more like ya. Links provided below the video.
Published on May 10, 2012 by RealCatholicTV: The Church of Feel Good is finally starting to get put in its place .. starting to.
Want to read the full text of the infamous manifesto that gave the weathermen their name? Search no more. You Don’t Have to Be a Weatherman to Know Which Way the Wind Blows is at the Internet Archive. Look on the left sidebar for several different formats for free download. I downloaded the Pdf (read with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader) and the Mobi (read with various ebook readers, including the free Kindle app for various electronic devices, including Mac and PC).
“Originally published in New Left Notes June 18, 1969 (as noted on the document’s page at the Internet Archive)”, the ideas enshrined therein are still alive and well and living in various “community organizations” with strong ties to the White House and our current administration. You may have heard Beck or someone else talking about this on TV or the radio…no, well, probably no one else is mentioning this on TV. Maybe Michael Voris’s RealCatholicTV and others with a much smaller audience than Beck. I’d like to see Voris have the reach that Beck does. There’d be ruffled feathers all over the place, deserving of much ruffling, and I, for one, would be delighted. Continue reading
Check out Real Catholic TV‘s new project: Catholic Investigative Agency. First up in the series: CCHD and Alinsky! You’ll need to sign up for an account (free or premium—$10 a month— then look for the link to special programs on the right. Or use this link after you log in. You can view it online or order the DVD. Mine got here really fast! DVD’s are just $5 each and shipping is a dollar. Get several of these and give them to your fellow parishioners.
Most Catholics probably don’t even know who Saul Alinsky was. Or that his infiltration of the Church and corruption of priests (not all of them, just a lot of them!) was accomplished decades ago. And his legacy is still going strong—and growing! We need to let people know about this. Spread the word about the truth of Alinsky and his rules for radical priests and religious! (By the way, most of the ones who were seriously corrupted by Alinsky left the priesthood before they died. Most priests are good, devoted men and I love our priests!) Continue reading
Updated Apr 16, 2019: Noticed the video link below wasn’t working, fixed that. I’m still trying things out here at the site, seeing if I want to keep this theme, editing broken links, tweaking this and that, kicking the tires.
Your tax dollars at work: Socialist Revolutionaries, er, I mean, “Community Organizers” swooping in like vultures, using their “angelic” wings to fan the flames of racial unrest and hatred in Arizona. I was wondering how the protests got organized so fast and how they got all those nice signs printed up—when it occurred to me, “Hey, revolutionaries in that community sure got organized in a hurry. Doh! That’s what ‘community organizers’ are for!” Thank goodness our tax dollars go to so many fine and upstanding community organizations. And thank goodness Saul Alinsky spread his cancerous tentacles of revolution so thoroughly throughout the vast organization called the Catholic Church all those years ago. I wonder how much money the Church, through Alinsky’s groups like the CCHD, paid for all those nice signs and those nice “non-violent protesters”?
“Non-violent” protesters attacking somebody who dared to take photos of their “non-violent” protest. Hmm, these photos look pretty different from the tea parties I’ve been seeing and hearing about. This is what the left wishes the right would do.
I’ve been listening to Fr. Barron’s Word On Fire podcast after first seeing him on EWTN. “Wow, this man really is on fire!” I wish more priests could preach like this. And Michael Voris is another fiery speaker I’ve become quite fond of. I’m thoroughly enjoying his One True Faith podcast. I’ve only listened to a few of them so far, but I’ve listened to them more than once already. (So many podcasts, so little bandwidth, oy.)
Fr. Barron’s Catholicism Project is due out in the fall of 2010. Watch the trailer and learn more about it. I’m looking forward to seeing it.