December 13, 2019

Creation

Creation posts:


SIN – “The DEVIL Made Me Do It!” RCIA-C3

A once famous comedian used this line. Flip Wilson, a comedian of the the 1970’s television series show, always received laughs for this line he coined. Today, I suppose, he was just really preconditioning us for what society 50 years later would become. We are numb to sin. This is true, our society fails to […]

DOC # 2 ERRORS OF MODERNISM as a Religious Philosophy

City insert on Continental Philosophers – A quick reference to the art of philosophy popular during Pius X. Continental philosophy is a set of 19th- and 20th-century philosophical traditions from mainland Europe.[1][2] This sense of the term originated among English-speaking philosophers in the second half of the 20th century, who used it to refer to […]

The Enchiridion, on Faith, Hope and Charity day 15

Chapter 103. Interpretation of the Expression in (1Tim2:4) “Who Will Have All Men to Be Saved.” Accordingly, when we hear and read in Scripture that, “He will have all men to be saved,” (1Tim2:4), although we know well that all men are not saved, we are not on that account to restrict the omnipotence of […]

The Enchiridion, on Faith, Hope and Charity day 8

Theological Virtues Per St Augustine, Doctor of the Church, Bishop of Hippo (354-430AD) The Enchiridion, or Handbook, is addressed to Laurentius, in answer to his questions. One manuscript calls him a deacon, another a notary of the city of Rome. St. Augustine wrote it sometime after the death of Jerome (September 30, 420), for he […]

The Enchiridion, on Faith, Hope and Charity day 6

Theological Virtues Per St Augustine, Doctor of the Church, Bishop of Hippo (354-430AD) The Enchiridion, or Handbook, is addressed to Laurentius, in answer to his questions. One manuscript calls him a deacon, another a notary of the city of Rome. St. Augustine wrote it sometime after the death of Jerome (September 30, 420), for he […]

The Enchiridion, on Faith, Hope and Charity day 4

Theological Virtues Per St Augustine, Doctor of the Church, Bishop of Hippo: (354-430AD) Ch.#25-32 The Enchiridion, or Handbook, is addressed to Laurentius, in answer to his questions. One manuscript calls him a deacon, another a notary of the city of Rome. St. Augustine wrote it sometime after the death of Jerome (September 30, 420), for […]

The Enchiridion, on Faith, Hope and Charity day 2

Theological Virtues Per St Augustine, Doctor of the Church, Bishop of Hippo (354-430AD) The Enchiridion, or Handbook, is addressed to Laurentius, in answer to his questions. One manuscript calls him a deacon, another a notary of the city of Rome. St. Augustine wrote it sometime after the death of Jerome (September 30, 420), for he […]

UNPLANNED – Opens 03 29 2019

(written by Olivia Summers, aclj.org/pro-life/pro-life ) copied here to aid petition drive. Catholic edits cityofGod.blog Pro-Life Movie Exposing the Truth About Planned Parenthood and Abortion Receives “R” Rating for “Violence” CCC: 2270 Abortion: Human life must be respected and protected absolutely from the moment of conception. From the first moment of existence, a human being […]

“Bloody 14 / 9” catholic heretics, “Lost souls of the Death SITH” – Vote – “NAE”

Life Bills on Senate floor, in 2019. Heretics voted to profane the Body of Christ Lumen Gentium #38. Each individual layman must stand before the world as a witness to the resurrection and life of the Lord Jesus and a symbol of the living God. City of God.blpg : ORTHODOXY: Voting your Catholic Conscience: CCC […]

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