Monday, 30 November 2009

News from the National Catholic Register!

YAY! Maybe they can make abortion illegal altogether.

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, may
introduce an amendment today that would restrict abortion funding in the Senate
version of the health-care reform bill.
The Senate opens debate on the bill
today at 3. It could be over by Christmas, if Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid,
D-Nev., has his way., the Washington politics website, says that
Reid plans to conduct negotiations on the bill behind closed doors in order to
get the 60 votes he needs for passage—and then move to close debate.
One of
the main aspects of the bill that is keeping even some Democrats from supporting
it is the so-called “public option.”
Hatch’s amendment, though, according to
the Journal, focuses on abortion. It is expected to mirror the Stupak amendment
that narrowly passed the House Nov. 7. That amendment would restrict federal
funding of abortions except in the case of a threat to the mother’s life, or
pregnancy resulting from rape or incest.


As you can see, I added a flag counter to the side... Bring on the Flags. Check out The Crescat's blog... there is a new Ugliest Nativity scene contest. I love her contests!

Sunday, 29 November 2009

Creative Minority Report

Here is another Traditional Catholic blog, Creative Minority Report.


Wow. Today is the first Sunday of Advent. On the sidebar in my blog, I will put a candle there to represent the Sundays of Advent. If I can find a virtual advent wreath to put there? Yes I will.

I have just set up my Advent wreath, and it's loooking good. How 'bout yours?

Advent is a glorious time of year. It is the beginning of the a new Liturgical year. Cleansing_Fire has a great Advent Reflection for the day. They also have a Poll about your Christmas decorations! Fr.Z also has a good Post about Advent Hymns. Also, check out The_Crescat because she also has new posts. First Sunday.

Friday, 27 November 2009

Chris Matthews could be fired for his offensive interview with Bishop Tobin! YES!


Well, it's Black Friday. Why exactly, so stores need to have a sale on this day? The answer is .... I do not know. Sorry I haven't exactly posted in 1, 2, 3, 4 days, sorry! Anyways, check out Fr.Z's blog, because it has something on the Anglican Provisions that are happening, it also explains the Ecumenical relationships with the Church of England (CofE).

Here we go.

Monday, 23 November 2009

Picture of the Day!

Here is another Picture of the Day...

St. Katherine Drexel! Oh what a wonderful saint!


I read from Fr.Z's blog about this poll... I URGE you to PLEASE vote Aggree! Please?
Here is his post...

Sunday, 22 November 2009

Picture of the Day!

Well hello, once again! I bring you a picture of St. Marguerite D'Youville!

A Canadian Saint!

She founded the Grey Nuns. I wish they still wore a habit!

Saturday, 21 November 2009

Anglicanorum Coetibus

Well, after the release of Anglicanorum Coetibus, one group has decided to come home to the Holy Mother Church. My question is, is that I think some Anglican Bishops wear these thigs called a Chimere. I am wondering if the bishops of the Personal Ordinariates will wear these things. I asked that on Catholic Answers, and one person told we the more Evangelical-leaning Anglican Bishops wear them. On to another topic ...The Traditional Anglican Communion, which includes many churches such as the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada, will be coming back to Rome! The former TAC priests who are married, can become Catholic Priests on a case-by-case basis, but the seminarians the will attend the Seminaries in the Personal Ordinariates will have to be (remaining with Church Traditions) celibate. This is a good thing, a very brilliant thing! The TAC bishops who are married, will only be able to function as Catholic Priests.

The Church of England has shut the door in the face of Anglo-Catholics. Now they are coming to us, and we will warmly welcome them.


For a reminder, the Latin Mass will be on EWTN today, for the feast of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary.


I finally have a follower!

Thank you The Young Catholic!


Just look at this..

An Automatic Host dispenser! Isn't this funny! I saw it on tons of blogs, there is even a comparisen chart for one dispenser vs. another one ... here it is..

Oh my, I must tell Fr.Z about the other one. I also knew about the pre-filled communion cups ... crazy!

Tuesday, 17 November 2009

Reform Of the Reform

I just heard that the Refom of the Reform may as well be on it's way! Hurrah!

Saturday, 14 November 2009

Hello, yet again. What is wrong with this picture (post in comments). I can tell you, there is more than 10. This is a big sacrilege! (That entore picture)

Hello Again!

Well hello there! I would like to present to you a nice website of the Latin Mass Sciety of England and Wales. This is a very nice website, and can tell you where the nearest Tridentine Mass is to you. This is very convienient -- if you live in England and Wales (which, unfortunately I don't). For an english saint, though ... lets look at St. Thomas More

Thomas More, was one of the saints who was Martyred in the Tudor dynasty when Catholics were unfortunately being persecuted.

Wednesday, 11 November 2009


I am so sorry that I haven't posted in a while. Today is Remembrance Day, so lets Remember the brave men, and brave nurses to served in the War.

I will post more later. I have news!

Friday, 6 November 2009


Sorry I haven't posted in a few days, but anywho. Congratulations to Maine on their Marriage victory. This is great news to hear. I, do not live in the USA, but I am glad to see that marriage will stay between a Man and Woman.

Monday, 2 November 2009

Nov. 11th

Well, Remembrance Day is coming up soon (November 11th)...... here comes the 4 hour T.V. Commercials, haha. Anyways, Pray for the men who were in the WWI and WWII.

I will post later.