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Incredible Miracle: U.S. Marine Saved by Saint Michael, The Archangel

This is the true story of a Marine wounded in Korea in 1950. Writing to his mother, he told her of a fascinating encounter he experienced in the war. Father Walter Muldy, a navy chaplain who spoke to the young Marine and his mother as well as to the outfit commander, always affirmed the veracity …

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Mary, Mother of Jesus – Catholic comment on a Protestant look at Mary

It was a real breath of fresh air to read Dr Victor Kuligin’s article on the Blessed Virgin Mary in the May issue of Joy Magazine. Congratulations for this, as it in some way also recognises that the magazine caters (and must cater) for the entire Christian “market.” It has always been a source of …

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Pope Francis’s Teaching on the Death Penalty: A Rupture With Divine Revelation and the Church’s Constant Teaching

In a speech to a delegation of the International Commission Against the Death Penalty, on December 17, 2018,1 Pope Francis denied the moral licitness of the death penalty by stating that it “is always inadmissible,” “contrary to the Gospel,” and “deeply injurious to human dignity.” Francis’s declaration could not be blunter: If the death penalty is “always inadmissible,” that is …

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Science Confirms: Angels Took the House of Our Lady of Nazareth to Loreto

How did the Holy House take off from its foundations and reappear intact about 3200km away, where it remains to this day? At a conference organized by the “Amici del Timone” Cultural Centre in Staggia Senese, Italy, titled “The Story of the Incredible Move of the House of Mary of Nazareth to Loreto,” a topic …

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Cuba’s Ugly Socialism Leads to Misery and Tragic Suffering

January 1, 1959, was a big day in Havana. President Fulgencio Batista had been overthrown the night before. The victorious rebels under Fidel Castro marched through the streets. Joyful crowds surrounded the marchers. Unfortunately, they could not foresee the misery that would visit them in the future. Communism Comes to Cuba However, some people were …

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