Satanic Black Mass Ritual

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According to the web site of the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art (PhilaMOCA), they will host a Satanic Black Mass Ritual on Friday, October 12.

It will be performed by one of the founders of the Satanic group known as The Satanic Temple, which has rented the mausoleum’s venue to perform the ritual.

Why would PhilaMOCA allow such an event?

Sadly, it’s going ahead.

I pray you will join me in asking Our Lady, St. Michael the Archangel, and all the Angels and Saints to bless our defense of the precious remnants of Christian Civilization in America – so threatened by these black mass rituals.

As a loving member of God’s Church Militant, pray for Heaven’s help, and take action now.

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Efforts at mainstreaming satanic worship in America have been going on for a long time.

Apart from private or unadvertised hidden, late-night, impure ‘festivals’ and ‘gatherings’, America Needs Fatima has publicly protested the mainstreaming of Satanism over the years, including:

  • September, 2010…..
    A public black mass in Oklahoma City convention center
  • April, 2014…..
    Legal proceedings to have a Baphomet Idol statue on Oklahoma State grounds
  • October, 2014…..
    Attempt to place Satanic “Coloring Books” in South Florida public school system
  • November, 2014…..
    Setting up a Satanic “Christmas” display in the rotunda of the Florida Statehouse
  • July, 2015…..
    “A night of debauchery” in Detroit at Bert’s Warehouse Theatre and the unveiling of their completed 9’ tall statue of Baphomet
  • December, 2015…..
    A Black Mass and demonic “Consumption of Mary” ceremony in Oklahoma City
At the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art
  • February, 2016……
    An attempt to begin the Phoenix City Council meeting with a Satanic Prayer Invocation
  • July, 2016……
    Another Black Mass and explanation about it at the Oklahoma Civic Center
  • September, 2016…..
    “After School Satan Clubs” installed in 3 public schools
  • July, 2017……
    Building and setting up a satanic veterans’ memorial with a block of black marble with a pentagram emblazoned on it
  • November, 2017……
    Building and setting up an ugly and chaotic anti-Christmas manger display in the city square of Boca Raton, Florida
  • August, 2018…..
    Transporting and unveiling a Baphomet Idol statue on the State Capitol Grounds in Little Rock, Arkansas
  • October 12, 2018……
    and now a Black Mass Ritual in Philadelphia

…talk about bringing devils into our country!

It’s critical that we too never give up. God Always! Satan Never!

And so a copy of your protest will be sent to Philadelphia Mayor James Kenney and Mr. Eric Bresler, Director/Curator, PhilaMOCA, asking them to cancel this event.

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You and I and all God fearing people cannot allow this latest Satanic assault to go by unopposed.

God love you! And Mary be with you!

 

Robert Ritchie
Director, America Needs Fatima

Citizens United Wants Cross & Bibles Removed From Oklahoma University – Immediate Action Needed!

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PLEASE TAKE TIME TO SEND A MESSAGE TO THE GOVERNOR TO STOP THIS INSANITY!

Flip-Flop on Church and State

 

East Central University, facing complaint, agrees to remove religious symbols from chapel. But after criticism, institution halts the removal.

 

By Scott Jaschik – July 3, 2017

 

“East Central University — a public institution in Ada, Okla. — has found itself immersed in a fight over separation of church and state.  Last week, after receiving a complaint from Americans United for Separation of Church and State, the university agreed to remove various religious symbols on permanent display in a chapel on campus. But then the university faced strong criticism from politicians and religious leaders in Oklahoma and reversed course. The university has stopped plans to remove the religious symbols, pending a further review of the issues.

 

“While it is legal for a public university to have a space that can be used by students for religious worship so long as that space is not dedicated solely to that purpose, it is a violation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution to display religious iconography on government property,” said the letter from Americans United for Separation of Church and State to the university. “Please remove or cover the religious displays and items.”

 

Specifically, the letter cites the display of a Latin Cross and other crosses that are on permanent display in a way that the letter said “communicate[s] religious endorsement to members of the public by displaying religious items or messages.” The letter cited numerous court decisions about such displays.

Initially, the university said it would respond by removing the crosses. But then religious leaders started to speak out, saying it was fine for a public university to display crosses.

 

Randall Christy, founder of the Gospel Station Network, told The Tulsa World, “It’s time for Christian people to take a stand for our history and heritage. The idea that the cross excludes people is not true — it’s the opposite. The cross represents that all are welcome, that people of all walks of life are loved by God.”

 

On Friday, the university announced it was reversing course.  “We moved too quickly,” said a statement from Katricia Pierson, the university’s president. “We regret not taking time to pause and thoughtfully consider the request and the results of our actions on all of the students, faculty and community members who we serve … This requires a more thoughtful and deliberate approach to the request. That will be our next step.”

 

Via email, Ian Smith, a lawyer for Americans United, said, “The university has said that they will be taking a closer look and thinking about things. That’s fine — we gave them 30 days to respond, and the letter only went out on the 20th. Ultimately, though, we expect that they will make the same decision since the law is definitively on our side.

 

A spokesman for the organization said many public colleges have chapels in which various student religious groups put up crosses and other religious objects during religious services or events. Americans United has no objections to such displays, the spokesman said.”

From <https://www.insidehighered.com/news/2017/07/03/east-central-university-reverses-position-its-chapel>

By Todd Starnes Published June 30, 2017 – Fox News

 

It is time for patriots to mobilize and fight back. Appeasement is not the answer.

 

First,  contact the university’s president and politely voice your opinion. Second, contact Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter and urge him to fight back against this godless scourge. And finally, the university’s alumni should immediately halt all funding.  If they remove the cross from the chapel – we should remove “In God we Trust” from their bank account.”

From <http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/06/30/university-to-remove-cross-and-bibles-from-campus-chapel.html>

Pope Francis Has Approved the Beatification of Detroit Capuchin Friar Fr. Solanus Casey

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At a news conference on May 4, 2017, Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron announced the news that Pope Francis has approved the beatification of Detroit Capuchin Friar, Fr. Solanus Casey, and will be named “blessed”, and has met the requirements sixty years after his death.  Father Casey was the second U.S. born man to achieve such designation, and the first person from Michigan.

Father Solanus Casey’s body was exhumed yesterday, minus the news media.  The casket was in worse shape than his body.  The casket was replaced and his relics were sent to Rome.

It looks as if all 60,000 seats at Ford Field will be needed.  Information about the tickets for his beatification are at:  http://www.themichigancatholic.org/2017/06/fr-solanus-casey-beatified-nov-18-ford-field/.  Tickets can be ordered after August 15.  To receive ceremony details, fill out the form at:  http://solanuscenter.us5.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=03e49d3e6a8b72dec8c041dd9&id=6ac27dda7d

 

Bernadette Catholic Books for Children Series by Emily Ortega

Looking for a Christmas or other gift for a young Cath0lic child – then look no further because the Bernadette Book Series of three books is perfect.

Emily Ortega earned a Bachelor of Science in chemistry from Case Western Reserve University. After working for two years as a campus missionary with FOCUS, the Fellowship of Catholic University Students, Emily earned her Master’s degree in Humanities from Stanford University. She currently resides with her husband and their seven children in Sedona, Arizona. She’s excited to bring a fictional Catholic family to life and offer young Catholic readers the possibility that their lives in a big, Catholic family aren’t really that odd.

All three of her books are available at the St. Joseph Bookstore at the Fatima Shrine, 18637 Ray St., Riverview, MI. They have limited hours, Wed. and Sat. 11 am to 4 pm or call 734- 284-1445, or they can be ordered at: www.bernadettebooks.com

Authored by Emily Grace Ortega
Illustrated by Meg Ross Whalen

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Bernadette doesn’t know what to do when the principal, Sister Teresa Jerome, announces that her school will celebrate All Saints’ Day with saint costumes. That means no Halloween costumes and no princess dress for Bernadette! Everyone else is excited about finding a great saint costume. But Bernadette doesn’t want to think about it. And to make things worse, her two younger brothers seem to be determined to make trouble for her at home! But with the help of her family, she’s hoping to find the best saint for the first annual All Saints’ Day parade!

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Bernadette and her family are back! With Christmas approaching, Bernadette wants to give everyone gifts. But it’s so hard with only the pocket change of a seven year old. And Mama’s about to have a new baby…which is exciting, but seems to wear her out. Will everything at home at school smooth out to give Bernadette and her family a beautiful and blessed Christmas?

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Victor, a fourth grader at St. Cletus Academy. He is not excited about Lent. To make things worse, using his tools continually lands him in trouble. Even when he’s trying to be helpful! With some help and understanding from Mom and Dad as well as his teacher, can Victor learn how to be helpful with his tools by Easter?

This book features the same characters as Ortega’s popular “Bernadette” series. This time, however, Bernadette’s brother Victor is the main character.

ELECTION PRAYER

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By Servant of God – Fr. John A. Hardon, SJ
 
LORD JESUS CHRIST, you told us to give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar, and to God what belongs to God. Enlighten the minds of our people in America. May we choose a President of the United States, and other government officials, according to your Divine will. Give our citizens the courage to choose leaders of our nation who respect the sanctity of unborn human life, the sanctity of marriage, the sanctity of marital relations, the sanctity of family, and the sanctity of aging. Grant us the wisdom to give You, what belongs to You, our God. If we do this, as a nation, we are confident You will give us an abundance of Your blessings through our elected leaders. Amen

News and History From the Sacred Heart Major Seminary

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When you see the Sacred Heart Seminary, located at 2701 West Chicago Boulevard, Detroit, MI., you are reminded of the late Catholic scholars and their heritage from Greece and Rome. The Collegiate Gothic architectural style, built between 1923 and 1925, has a building 600 feet in width and features a 130-foot tower, reminding you of the ambience of an English university.

Between the 1880s to the 1920s, Catholics numbering into the thousands upon thousands immigrated to Detroit from dozens of eastern European nations, including their priests, who were not put off by the largely Irish and Germany hierarchy of the Detroit diocese at the time. The diocese established numerous “ethnic” parishes to serve in their own schools and control their own finances, which was a major challenge for the Detroit diocese at first.

The massive seminary complex in the post World War I years, gained control of training of all priests in the diocese, which “ended” the ethnic seminaries, and was designed to offer training at both the high school and collegiate level to all Michigan men who wished to study for the priesthood. In the meantime, new federal immigration laws impeded the immigration of priests from Eastern Europe.

Another outstanding feature located on the campus is the story of the black Jesus. During the riots of 1967, an African American painter painted the hands, feet, and face of the white Sacred Heart of Jesus statue black. What started out as a controversial and polarizing act, became an act of faith and racial pride for some Detroit black residents. Throughout the years the landmark is now being seen as a symbol of Jesus’ love for all races. The seminary repaints the statue whenever necessary and plans to continue this practice in the future.

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In May, 2016, Sacred Heart Major Seminary announced its agreement to purchase four lots west of its campus on Chicago Boulevard. The seminary will clear the land of abandoned buildings, landscape, and secure and integrate it into its present 40-acre campus. The purchase will enhance the historic neighborhood, and enable the vibrant seminary to expand its parking and plan future upgrades.

 

The Formative Power of Music

Heart  to Heart  Apostolate

 and Christ the King Church Co-Op

 invites you to join us

 Thursday, January 14, 2016

 Cindy Brown

The Formative Power of Music:

The Connection between Music, your Virtues…and your Sins

St. Augustine once famously said, “He who sings prays twice.”  These words seem easy to swallow when we think of liturgical music or songs of Praise and Worship, but what about the rest of your life, or of the world around you?  What about those songs that play in the background–in your car, the local store, your children’s iPod?  What about these many popular songs which can implant so easily in our minds, and flow so easily from our lips?  How mindful are we of these songs, and more importantly, of these lyrics?

Can music actually make you more virtuous…or more sinful?  These, and many other questions, will be answered at Cindy Brown’s talk on the philosophy of music and the role of music in the Christian life.  This talk is important for everyone, but it is especially necessary for anyone who has children or works with children.  Do not underestimate the powerful influence of music in your life.  Come find out why!

Cindy Brown is the daughter of Steve Ray, author, international speaker, and the creator of the Footprints of God documentary video series.  She got her masters in philosophy from the Franciscan University of Steubenville, as well as a degree in theology with Scott Hahn as her thesis director.  Cindy has finished all her Ph.D. work except for the dissertation from the Catholic University of America, at which point God made it clear that it was time to focus on her family.  Having been homeschooled all the way through high school, Cindy is now homeschooling her own 5 children and teaching high school philosophy courses for the Christ the King homeschool.

Change in format of the meeting in January.

We will meet in the Barn next to Christ the King Catholic Church located at 4000 Ave Maria Drive,  Ann Arbor,  MI 48105  at Domino’s Farms

Format of Meeting

 No Mass at 6:30 pm

Meeting Starts at 7:30 pm

Meeting will take place in the Barn

E-mail cwa@rc.net   or call (734) 930-7497 www.hearttoheartcwa.com

Conference Most High – Words to Ponder

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And the day came to pass that representatives of all peoples of the world united in a global convention, to discuss the future of man. In the advanced society of the year 3,000, a specific forum was enlisted to minimize the use of valuable time. After much deliberation, consideration, and delegation, issues of great importance were reached in every arena of discussion, but one – The topic of God.

As the various religious denominations and sects sat perplexed as to how even to begin, for each believed its own beginnings was fashioned originally, solely, and like no others. The great elders and priests now sat speechless and quiet, obviously closed to any other possibility.

The agnostic sector came to the podium and offered the suggestion to at least agree on the existence of a supreme being, but before they were through the atheists and polytheists began a heated discussion on how many, if any, Gods to agree upon.

To solve the erupted dispute, the Native Americans offered their shamanism or spirituality as the prime choice for the whole of humanity, but before their medicine men could finish their reasons of logic, the Rabbis from Israel stood up and began fervently arguing that the God of Abraham could only be chosen, for Abraham’s God was the only true God.

As the Jews debated their truth with vigor, the Christian denominations became enraged that Jesus somehow was not automatically selected as the only true and dominant religion’s focus. As the Buddhists began to disagree with the Jehovah Witnesses, the Hare Chrishnas became uncommunicative when the Muslims and Mormons began to offer their views. Within a matter of minutes each and every organization from atheists to Zionists were in an out-of-control altercation. Then the room was silenced, as all eyes looked up to find rays of light penetrating the alabaster and marbled ceilings.

As the Muslims dropped to their knees to bow in the Holy presence, the Rabbis could be heard agreeing it was truly the God of Israel, Adonai. The thunderous voice replied, “Yes, I am the God, Adonai”. In horror, all of the Christian denominations joined in the building of mass confusion, and in a panic demanded to know where their savior was. The heavenly voice reassuringly declared Himself also the Holy Trinity. As the Buddhists meekly ask about their beloved Buddha, the unearthly presence acknowledged Himself as their Buddha. Each religious group in turn ask the Holy presence its identity, and each in turn learned His presence to be their own beloved Deity.

The agnostics conceded that though they did not comprehend the presence they were witnessing, it was real and both “supreme” and “the answer”, but for what they didn’t know. Brooding, the atheists sat silent, quite irritated by the whole unexplained display. When ask why, they answered curtly that nothing had changed, they still refuted any beliefs in a supreme Deity, Creator of anything, and that destiny was man’s illusion for self comfort. The all knowing voice agreed that His place was void of that responsibility since the atheist didn’t seek comfort, intervention or even a hint of connection.

As dialogue continued, each denomination grew more unsettled, frustration mounted causing bursts of anger and negativity between those in attendance. Among the raised voices, a quiet yet peaceful voice rang out creating a hush that enshrouded the room. The Hindu woman’s voice, young and timid, and in simple terms asked, “Who was the God to first?”

Without hesitation, the miraculous voice filled with kindness and understanding replied, “I have always been Father to all my children, from the first moment of life and throughout the years they enlisted my aid, to the last moment of life, and beyond. I show no partiality. I have no divine plan for one and not the others. I am everything to each one of you.”

As the Grand Counsel of men and women sat basking in the unseen smile of a being with no form other than total presence, one question remained. An old frail bodied Taoist man, with eye’s lowered, quietly spoke and politely asked, “If this is all true then why have so many lives been lost through persecution and in wars fought in your name?”

The voice simply replied, “I myself cannot tell you this, for man, not God, is responsible for his own actions. So let me ask you, my son, why?”

Before a word could be uttered, the ray was gone and with it the tremendous presence of Holiness. The priests, rabbis, ministers, polytheists, as well as monotheists, atheists and agnostics all sat with heads bent, thinking both of the answers and question left to man’s accountability to man. Each beginning to absorb the words of wisdom just spoken for all to hear.