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An excerpt from a recent homily by Pope Benedict XVI:
The divine and universal law of creation is divine love, incarnate in Christ. However, this should not be understood in a poetic but in a real sense. Moreover, this is what Dante himself meant when, in the sublime verse that concludes the Paradiso and the entire Divina Commedia, he describes God as “the Love which moves the sun and the other stars”. This means that the stars, planets and the whole universe are not governed by a blind force, they do not obey the dynamics of matter alone. Therefore, it is not the cosmic elements that should be divinized. Indeed, on the contrary, within everything and at the same time above everything there is a personal will, the Spirit of God, who in Christ has revealed himself as Love.      
Today we remember that Christ is the Supreme Lord over all.  Even before the powers of evil and the vastness of the cosmos, we have nothing to fear, for Love is truly Lord over heaven and earth. 
By Mr. Vincent Strand, S.J.
Magis Institute

Fields ...May the road rise to meet you, may the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face, the rains fall soft upon your fields and, until we meet again may God hold you in the palm of His Hand.





In Loving Memory


Robert John McHugh

Born: 28 Febuary 1905

At Rest: 21 December 1993

Internment: Oak Ridge Cemetery


May the Angels lead you into Paradise, may the Martyrs receive you at your coming, and take you to Jerusalem, the holy city. May the choirs of the Angels receive you, and may you with the once poor Lazarus, have rest everlasting. Amen.

May the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.


Well here’s an interesting little tidbit I came across yesterday.

If Congress approves a bill introduced this month, you will be able to find out – just like that – if your doctor is being paid by the company that makes the pills he’s pushing.  If the bill becomes law, drug makers and medical device manufacturers will have to report the name and address of every doctor to whom they give more than $25 in travel, entertainment, consulting fees, discounts and gifts.

The bill: Physician Payments Sunshine Act of 2007

Status: Latest Major Action: 9/6/2007: Referred to Senate committee.

Status: Read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance.

Ok, if somebody mocks Mother Teresa or any of my Angels and Saints, I’ll be kicking some ass. It has been brought to my attention recently by EWTN that there are some asshats out there talking shit about Mother Teresa, among others.

Martinez out

I already knew about most of this, but in case you missed it:

“By-products, meat and bone meal (including beef and bone meal and whatever else they come up with next week), by-product meal, corn (all), wheat (all), and synthetic preservatives (BHA, BHT, ethoxyquin, propyl gallate, propylene glycol). I’m also adding menadione (synthetic vitamin K) to the avoid list, although as far as I know only one company is using it.” –  June/July 2007 issue of Animal Wellness

Links of interest:

The Army Times reports that General George Casey will likely replace General Peter Schoomaker as Army Chief of Staff in two months. My first thought was, “well how rude!” I greatly admire Gen. Schoomaker and don’t want to see him replaced, however, perhaps this is a normal procedure. The article notes that Schoomaker “will leave with high marks for for the job he did in helping modernize the Army, improve training and readiness and rapidly get soldiers the field equipment they need.”

For the past thirty months Gen. Casey has been Commander of Multi-National Force-Iraq. That job now goes to LTG. David Petraeus, who will get a fourth star along with the assignment. 🙂

The Senate has already confirmed Gen. Casey as the 36th chief of staff.


I often wonder why those in the Middle East area seem stupid, dumb and or less intelligent than the rest of us, even a brokenhead girl like myself has more sense than many in Libya. Check this out: The AP reports from Tripoli, Libya – A court convicted five Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor Tuesday of deliberately infecting 400 children with HIV and sentenced them to death, despite scientific evidence the youngsters had the virus before the medical workers came to Libya.

The United States and Europe reacted with outrage to the verdict, which prolongs a case that has hurt Libya’s ties to the West. The six co-defendants already have served seven years in jail. Earlier this month, an analysis of HIV and hepatitis virus samples taken from some of the children concluded the viral strains were circulating at the hospital where they were treated well before the nurses and doctor arrived in March 1998, according to research published by the journal Nature.

There is widespread anger in Libya over the HIV infections, and the sentence brought cheers. The Libyan press has long depicted the medical workers as guilty. After the sentence was pronounced, dozens of savages outside the Tripoli court chanted “Execution! Execution!” Ibrahim Mohammed al-Aurabi, the father of an infected child, shouted, “God is great! Long live the Libyan judiciary!”

Right, ok. Well first of all Mohammed you fucking idiot, God has nothing to do with the fact that y’all have HIV in your country and God certainly had nothing to do with your bogus courts system that obviously issues bogus sentences based not on fact(s) but on bullshit and the fact that you all are prejudice against anyone who is not like you in race, creed, nationality and religion.

I still believe what I’ve always believed, don’t go where you’re not wanted.

RSS Daily Bible Verse

  • Proverbs 23:22
    Listen to your father who gave you life, and do not despise your mother when she is old.
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Sweet Jennifer, never forget you are a special person to every Soldier that has walked the walk. You are every Operators‘ dream girl. You are special. God bless; Enough said. -BUZZzzz.....


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RSS CatholicCulture.org – What You Need to Know

  • Matrimony Monday, 20 July 2009
    While the nature of matrimony as both a natural and supernatural institution is covered in the entry on Marriage, matrimony can also be considered primarily from the point of view of its sacramental celebration and the nature of the sacramental bond.
  • Subsidiarity Tuesday, 6 January 2009
    The social teaching of the Church is based on the human person as the principle, subject and object of every social organization. Subsidiarity is one of the core principles of this teaching. This principle holds that human affairs are best handled at the lowest possible level, closest to the affected pesons.
  • Anointing of the Sick Monday, 5 January 2009
    Anointing of the Sick is that sacrament which is administered to strengthen Christians who are in danger of death from sickness or old age. The Apostle James refers to this sacrament when he says, "Is any among you sick? Let him call for the elders of the church, and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord; and the prayer […]
  • Trinity Thursday, 30 October 2008
    It is not easy to describe the Trinity, let alone understand this great mystery of the Catholic Faith. Perhaps the most important thing we can say about the Trinity is that the one and only God is truly a dynamic and self-sufficient community of love, and is therefore the source, model and goal of all other love. Thus does God reveal Himself as Father, Son a […]
  • Abortion Friday, 25 July 2008
    Abortion is the greatest single scourge of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, claiming far more innocent lives than any other threat, including war, poverty, starvation and natural disasters. This grave moral evil is also the centerpiece of the contemporary culture wars which divide most Western nations, particularly the United States, whic […]
  • Rosary Tuesday, 22 July 2008
    The Rosary is one of the most widespread devotional practices in the Catholic world, and has been more often encouraged and recommended by popes through the ages than any other devotion save the Mass itself. Strongly associated with the Blessed Virgin Mary, and relying on the power of her intercession with her Divine Son, the Rosary makes use of a simple str […]
  • Apologetics Thursday, 24 January 2008
    As soon as one understands that apologetics comes from the Greek word for defense (apologetikos), the term becomes very easy to understand. Apologetics is a branch of study which aims to explain and justify Christian doctrine, demonstrating its reasonableness in the face of objections by those who do not accept it. Doing apologetics means defending the faith […]
  • Modernism Thursday, 17 January 2008
    As the name implies, Modernism is an ideology by which religious truths, and especially Catholic teachings, are derived and interpreted in accordance with personal religious experience, under the influence of the spirit of the current age. First emerging in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Modernism was condemned by Pope St. Pius X in 1907. It resurfa […]


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A Quote

When you are in tribulation, and all these things come upon you in the latter days, you will return to the LORD your God and obey his voice. - Deuteronomy 4:30