Tag: Leadership

Logic

A guest post by Supertradmum, written less than two weeks prior to her death. Always clear and well worth reading. May God grant her eternal rest. For years, I taught Logic at the university level. I taught students not only how to debate with the old rules of respect and decorum. I taught the fallacies,

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What is of God?

A guest post by Supertradmum I have written many times that if the Anti-Christ came today, and he will soon, although not in my life, most Catholics would not recognise him as the Enemy of God. No, Catholics will accept the Anti-Christ just as much as the pagans or those of false religions. These Catholics

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Growing Up – Anti-Semitism on the Rise

Guest Post by Supertradmum 1965 was the twentieth anniversary of the beginning of the Nuremberg Trials, which were held between 1945-1949. These trials brought criminals from the Nazi regime to justice. I was 16 years old, and my brother, Ed, was 15, when some television programs highlighted this anniversary of the most famous war-trials in

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On Spiritual Motherhood and Fatherhood

Guest post by Supertradmum Several saints, these two most known to the public, Julian of Norwich and Hildegard of Bingen, Doctor of the Church, write about the Motherhood of God. God the Creator created women in His Own Image and Likeness as well as men, and the feminine must be part of the God-head. God

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Peronism in Rome

Guest post By Supertradmum A few weeks ago, a brilliant friend of mine drew my attention to the fact that Pope Francis had been influenced by the dictator Peron of Argentina to the point where my friend called Francis a Peronist. At first, I was puzzled but told my friend I would think about this

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The Tragic Truth

Many of us know that the Church will shortly enter into a time of great persecution. The powers of evil, both seen and unseen, which hate the one, true, holy, Catholic, and apostolic Church will have their day. God is allowing these forces to purify the Church, to cleanse the tares out of the wheat.

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