Monthly Archives: June 2011

July is the month of the Precious Blood of Jesus

July is the celebration of the Precious Blood of Jesus. In the 19th century, freemasons tried to kill Blessed Pope Pius IX and mortally wounded a top aide of the pontiff. He took refuge with the Priests of the Precious … Continue reading

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Eve of June 30 Jack Van Impe dead ? Jack Van Impe alive?

Blame Canada. http://www.jackvanimpe.ca reported that Jack Van Impe died at age 82, but it appears to be a hoax that fooled google. Wikipedia and his official US based website are silent. Jack Van Impe is a heretic, but he would … Continue reading

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Siege of Antioch, June 28, 1099 AD The First Crusade

Antioch is where the first people to be called Christians lived according to the Book of Acts. St. Ignatius of Antioch was the first to call the Church “Catholic.” The Christian victory of Bohemund of Taranto and Godfrey of Boullion … Continue reading

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June 28 St. Ignatius of Antioch, Vigil of SS Peter and Paul

Antioch was the first city in world history to become Christian in southern Asia Minor. The word “Catholic” may have been originated with St. Ignatius of Antioch. Some claim a lion in the arena refused to eat St. Ignatius after … Continue reading

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Within the Octave of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist.

The nativity of St. John the Baptist was on June 24 and its octave continues until July, 1, which will initiate the month of the Precious Blood of Jesus. St. John the Baptist is one of my favorite saints because … Continue reading

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It is time to stop the NATO-Emirates-Sweden hit on Libya

Qaddafi has the support of the Warfallah tribe, the largest in Libya. It is time to stop the violence and aerial killing of civilians and negotiate a partition of Libya. Al-Jazeera is a tool of foreign interests in Libya and … Continue reading

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Worst Belfast riots in a decade reports Deutsche Welle

The Short Strand section of Belfast saw riots after the Ulster Volunteer Force attacked Catholic homes. The Real IRA is also believed to be part of the violence. The marching season that commemorates the defeat of the Roman Catholic King … Continue reading

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