Tag Archives: Michael D. O’Brien

Michael D. O’Brien’s new book: The Fool of New York City

Speaking of Michael D. O’Brien, I just finished reading his newest offering… The Fool of New York City US HERE – UK HERE This could be a good Christmas gift. No, you tender lib snowflakes out there.  It’s not about … Continue reading

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They don’t even try to hide it anymore: demonic ceremony for opening of new tunnel

From, from St. Paul to the Romans Who then shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation? Or distress? Or famine? Or nakedness? Or danger? Or persecution? Or the sword? (As it is written: For thy sake, we … Continue reading

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“The Belt of the Mother of God”

Here is a fascinating post from the Director of SPUC, Mr. John Smeaton.  Check out the very first part: Vladamir Putin turns to Mary to halt Russia’s population decline Under the headline “Mother of God’s Belt comes to Russia to … Continue reading

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REVIEW: The Father’s Tale by Michael D. O’Brien

A rapid book recommendation. I am reading the new novel by Michael O’Brien, author the Father Elijah (which if you haven’t read, get it and read it and then read his trilogy which connects back into it) and many others.  … Continue reading

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