Monthly Archives: July 2011

July 27 Saint Pantaleon of the 14 Holy Helpers

Saint Pantaleon was a doctor of Egypt. He is one of the 14 Holy Helpers invoked by villages in Germany, Hungary and Poland to avoid the Black Death of the 1370’s. His assistance was favored by the crusaders of earlier … Continue reading

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Knights Templar – Catholics to Freemasons

The Knights Templars went from devout Catholic crusaders to Satanic and homosexual in the Fourteenth Century. King Phillip the Fair of France, (fair-skinned) a close ally of Pope Clement V and grandson of St. Louis, King Louis IX of France, … Continue reading

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Saint James the Greater Saint of July 25

Saint James the Greater inspired the Reconquista of the fervent Spanish Roman Catholics in 1492 Anno Domini against the North African Moorish foreign occupation. May he pray for all who bear his namesake. By Catholic tradition, he was the first … Continue reading

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Norway shooter freemason not trad Christian

Timothy McVeigh was an agnostic tied to Christian Identity and Roman Catholicism. ABC showed pictures of the Norwegian suspect in a demonic Masonic apron, not a traditional Christian.

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Lib Dems; No masons in Murdoch case, body falls.

The Liberal Democratic Party, junior partner to Prime Minister David Cameron is saying masons can not investigate the Murdoch New Corp-Cameron- Scotland Yard nexus in the scandal of hacking phones of dead soldiers and minors. Nationalist cons want investigation, internationalists … Continue reading

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Google honors Austrian Catholic Monk

Google honors the father of genetics, the Austrian Catholic Monk Gregor Mendel who worked with flowers and peas.

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Assad brothers, sixteen dead in Homs, Syria

Sixteen dead in Sunni city of Homs. Catholics, Orthodox, Alawites and Druze are trying to hold on to power against the 79% Sunni majority of Syria. Mercantile Aleppo remains quiet. Don Bosco, pray for the children of Syria and their … Continue reading

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