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"A Christian aunt who disapproved of his lifestyle....'was never judgmental, but always firm.'" If you want to help a friend or family member who is in any lifestyle of sin- be it aborting unborn babies, fornication, homosexuality or whatever- remember what this person who left a lifestyle of sin said. Fred "Glatze said he thought opponents of homosexual activism were "mean and crazy, and they wanted to hurt me." 'I thought they were out to get me,' he said. "They made me really, really mad – and scared, I think. I wanted them to go away.' Glatze said he couldn't allow himself to think they were sincere in their beliefs. But he now has deep respect for a Christian aunt who disapproved of his lifestyle. She 'was never judgmental, but always firm,' he said." [] Rising star in movement says God liberated him from lifestyle July 3, 2007 By Art Moore © 2007 WorldN
Was Nietzsche a Racist and Proto-Nazi Despite Despite What Leftist Apologists Say? Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "...Let us face facts: the people have triumphed -- or the slaves, the mob, the herd, whatever you wish to call them -- and if the Jews brought it about, then no nation ever had a more universal mission on earth. The lords are a thing of the past, and the ethics of the common man is completely triumphant. I don't deny that this triumph might be looked upon as a kind of blood poisoning, since it has resulted in a mingling of the races, but there can be no doubt that the intoxication has succeeded. The 'redemption' of the human race (from the lords, that is) is well under way; everything is rapidly becoming Judaized, or Christianized, or mob-ized -- the word makes no difference...." [The Birth of Tragedy and The Genealogy of Morals, translated by Francis Golffing, Doubleda
LUCY'S LAST WORDS By Richard Salbato Sister Lucy of Fatima died on February 13, 2005 at 97 years of age. Doctor Branca, a gifted doctor and painter, was at her bedside taking her pulse, and felt her last heart beat. Lucia did not die of any sickness other than a flu that was going around all of Portugal, and most of the nuns in Coimbra had it. Lucia just died of old age and the flu was more than the old body could take. I went to the funeral at the Basilica (flying in from Brazil) and then the following Saturday I was invited to a farewell Mass for Lucia, where I talked with the nuns and Doctor Branca. At the Mass they passed out for the first time, the last words of Lucia, I assume recorded by the Doctor or Mother Superior at her bedside. The cards were made quickly just for this farewell Mass, but in the future they will be a mainstay of gifts to anyone visiting the convent. I knew what the words were In Portuguese, but just to be sure I had a nun translate them into En

Fatima and Finding the Holy Spirit through Mary

The article below talks of Our Lady of Fatima and how we find the Holy Spirit through Mary. Fred FATIMA RECONSIDERED A Talk by Rick Salbato Let us pray In the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, I adore Thee profoundly. I offer Thee the most precious Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ, present in all the tabernacles of the world, in reparation for the outrages, sacrileges and indifference by which He is offended. But the infinite merits of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I beg the conversion of poor sinners. O - My Jesus - forgive us our sins. Save us from the fires of hell. Lead all souls to heaven. . In the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Remember those prayers? Say them everyday? Did I forget something? When I was a lot younger I read a book by Emanuel Velikovsky called WORLDS IN COLLISION and another called WORLDS IN UPHEAVAL. I