Daily Archives: 17 November 2013

Can anyone afford the “Affordable” Care Act? Not if you have religious principles.

There is an alarming piece at CharismaNews which confirms what we have known all along.
Remember… it’s not really “Obamacare”… though his name, and party, are inseparable from this millstone. It’s really the AFFORDABLE Care Act.
How is that “AFFORDABLE” part working … Continue reading

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Your Sunday Sermon Notes

Was there a good point in the sermon you heard at your Sunday obligation Mass?
Let us know.

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“We praise You, Lord!”

Yes. He has a point.

The great 20th century liturgist Klaus Gamber said that the single most damaging thing done after and in the name of the Council, was the “turning around” of altars.

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