Category: Living

Living

What’s October Without a Fest? Wed. Oct. 24 @ 6:30 p.m.

And by “fest” I mean “fundraiser.” Or just fun. For Dottie Bailey, soon to be the new Missouri House Rep from 110th District of Wildwood, Eureka, and Pacific. Fun and Fundraiser forDottie Bailey   October 24, 2018 | 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.Eureka Wine House107 S Central Ave, Eureka, MO 63025 Come out and join us! This will …

Faith, Living

How to shield Brett Kavanaugh against spells of witches

You probably heard that a bunch of witches are gathering in New York City today to put hexes on Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump, and others. Don’t take this lightly.  Father Richard Heilman and folks at the Holy League have asked Christians to pray the Lorica of St. Patrick for Justice Kavanaugh, substituting “Brett Kavanaugh” …

Living

The secret to holding the House of Representatives

No, it’s not more money. Nor better ads. Nor snarkier tweets. Nor more Facebook friends.  Keeping the US House of Representatives out of the hands of the #AngryDemocratMob requires supernatural help. We cannot do it alone. The other side has supernatural help. The other side cooperates with Satan for power on earth. Therefore, our battle …

Living

I think it’s all a lie, but it will work

The Kavanaugh thing. I think it’s all a lie. Everything.  I’ve been around Democrats and progressives too long. I’ve seen them. I’ve had one live in my house. You underestimate the depths of their hatred for America. They hate it. They hate us. They especially hate themselves.  When you hate yourself, nothing is beneath you.  …

Crime, Faith, Living

Pope Emeritus Benedict Can Settle It All

One man can confirm or deny the central allegation against Pope Francis. The Catholic Church needs that man to step up now. In an 11-page letter by former US Nuncio (ambassador) Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, Pope Francis is accused of ignoring warnings about Cardinal Timothy McCarrick. Viganò claims he personally delivered the warning to Pope …

Crime, Faith, Living

The Fisherman’s Other Shoe Just Dropped

God, come to our assistance O, Lord, make haste to help us Pope Francis ignored evidence of crimes and overturned punishment imposed by Pope Benedict on the wicked and disgraced Cardinal McCarrick. That’s according to a former papal nuncio and corroborated by a former first counselor to the nunciature to the United States speaking on …

Living

A Bishop Does the Right Thing and the Post-Dispatch Deceives You

It’s Friday, and our archbishop in St. Louis has done a great thing. (Maybe today would be a good time to thank a priest. Give him encouragement.) But the town blog used deception to report the story. Archbishop Robert Carlson of St. Louis asked Missouri’s Attorney General, Josh Hawley, to review all of the archdiocese’s …