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This is a recording from It describes events we see in the news today with shocking accuracy. Everything was pre planned and they only have one goal.

"I'll pull off a leg or two"

There is all sorts of evil out there. This morning we wrote about 28 Christians getting massacred by evil Muslim Islamists on a bus in Cairo. Now we show you a video captured by the Center for Medi…

Witnesses to the Faith in blood.

Revisiting the digitally remastered second season of our flagship show.

From the Prophet himself (i, 1; ii, 1) we learn that he was the son of Amos. Owing to the similarity between Latin and Greek forms of this name and that of the Shepherd-Prophet of Thecue, some Fathers mistook the Prophet Amos for the father of Isaias. St. Jerome in the preface to his “Commentary …

From the Prophet himself (i, ii, we learn that he was the son of Amos. Owing to the similarity between Latin and Greek forms of this name and that of the Shepherd-Prophet of Thecue, some Fathers mistook the

From the Prophet himself (i, 1; ii, 1) we learn that he was the son of Amos. Owing to the similarity between Latin and Greek forms of this name and that of the Shepherd-Prophet of Thecue, some Fathers mistook the Prophet Amos for the father of Isaias. St. Jerome in the preface to his “Commentary …

From the Prophet himself (i, ii, we learn that he was the son of Amos. Owing to the similarity between Latin and Greek forms of this name and that of the Shepherd-Prophet of Thecue, some Fathers mistook the

The martyrdom of St. Boniface

June 5 – My God Is Greater Than Your Tree - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites

The Martyrdom of the Carthusians.

May 11 – Martyr of the House of Rochester - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites

1860 painting of St. François-Isidore Gagelin. Photo taken by PHGCOM

Saint François-Isidore Gagelin May 1799 – 17 October was a French missionary of the Paris Foreign Missions Society in Vietnam. He became the first French martyr of the century in Vietnam.

1860 painting of St. Jean-Louis Bonnard. Photo taken by PHGCOM

John-Louis Bonnard,Jean-Louis Bonnard (b. 1 March 1824 at Saint-Christôt-en-Jarret, Diocese of Lyon; beheaded 1 May was a French Roman Catholic missionary to Vietnam, one of the Martyrs of Vietnam, canonized in 1988

Pope John I

Today with the Saints May Pope Saint John I

Born Joseph de Veuster in Tremelo, Belgium, he took the religious name of Damien when he joined the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary. There are few places on Earth more beautiful than Hawaii. While this idyllic paradise may be the destination spot for tourists and honeymooners, Joseph de Veuster was eager …

Born Joseph de Veuster in Tremelo, Belgium, he took the religious name of Damien when he joined the Congregation of the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary. While this idyllic

May 29 - Saint Laura of Constantinople - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites

May 29 - Saint Laura of Constantinople - Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites

Casket of Eric the Saint in Uppsala Cathedral. Photograph taken by Mark A. Wilson (Department of Geology, The College of Wooster).

Casket of Eric the Saint in Uppsala Cathedral. Wilson (Department of Geology, The College of Wooster).

Hanged, drawn and quartered. Many of the English, by order of Elizabeth I, were martyred this way.

Hanged, drawn and quartered - encyclopedia article about Hanged, drawn and quartered.