Archive for June 25, 2022

The Holy Trinity

Posted in uncategorized with tags , on June 25, 2022 by andelino

Fittingly, as we celebrate the “Holy Trinity”,  according to the media, the “Holy Spirit” has left the Catholic Church.  The Church is in crisis with disobedient, boisterous, pro-abortion, pro-LGBT taking over and Pope Francis committing the unpardonable sin!  And this is not just the mainstream media, but also ETWN’s own National Catholic Register (NCR.). EWTN News, Inc. is the world’s largest Catholic news organization, comprised of television, radio, print and digital media outlets.

Read more at “The Holy Spirit Has Departed From the Catholic Church”

Catholic Worshipers

Posted in uncategorized with tags on June 25, 2022 by andelino

A battle over religious dominance.

Gunmen entered a Catholic Pentecost worship service on Sunday, June 5, in southwestern Nigeria in the town of Owo. Around 100 were murdered. According to media reports, explosives were also detonated in the attack and the priest and some worshipers were kidnapped. This is only one of a series of crimes committed against Christian worshipers in the country.

“Jihadist groups have carried out many attacks on churches in Nigeria’s predominantly Muslim north in recent years,” reported. “This is the first time an attack has been carried out on a church in the predominantly Christian south. Religious conflicts, especially between Muslims and Christians, are a recurring occurrence in the West African country with a population of around 206 million.”

Read more at “Dozens of Catholic Worshipers Killed in Nigeria”

Sussmann Trial

Posted in uncategorized with tags , on June 25, 2022 by andelino

Special Counsel John Durham lost in one way, but America wins in another—if we pay attention.

Last week, a jury acquitted Michael Sussmann. He is the elite Democratic, cybersecurity lawyer who has worked for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, the Democratic National Committee and other elite leftists. He is also the man who sent Federal Bureau of Investigation General Counsel James A. Baker this now-infamous text message:

“Jim – It’s Michael Sussmann. I have something time-sensitive (and sensitive) I need to discuss. Do you have availability for a short meeting tomorrow/ I’m coming on my own—not on behalf of a client or company—want to help the Bureau. Thanks.”

Read more at “Why the Sussmann Trial Was Important”

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