Saturday, June 14, 2014

60 Issues the Establishment Catholic Media Will Not Touch - COMPLETE LIST

60 TOPICS the Catholic Establishment Media will not report
1. Holy Communion in the hand that was never called for by the Church
2. Altar girls never called for by the Church
3. Priest facing the people never called for by the Church
4. Gregorian chant insisted on by Vatican II yet near totally neglected in every parish
5. So-called “Eucharistic ministers” never called for by the Church
6. Protestant music in Mass never called for by the Church, in fact, Catholic sacred music insisted on
7. Use of Latin in Mass insisted on by Vatican II and neglected in nearly every parish
8. Movement of the tabernacles from center of the parish altar never called for by the Church
9. Smashing of Catholic art & architecture
10. Near disavowal of confession
11. Near total absence of promotion of the devotional life
12. Parish Youth Ministries neglecting and in some cases rejecting Catholic doctrine
13. Parish Adult Religious Education neglecting Catholic doctrine
14. Destruction of Catholic education in parishes
15. Catholics leading the way on gay marriage approval
16. Refusal to enforce Canon 915 – denial of Communion to pro-aborts
17. Orthodox seminarians being carefully monitored, or not ordained or delayed
18. “Gay Masses” in many dioceses with the bishops’ knowledge
19. CCHD financial support for pro-abortion and pro-contraception groups
20. CRS employees’ abundant donations to Obama campaign
21. Homosexual or homosexual-friendly clergy
22. Enormous resistance to the Traditional Latin Mass by bishops, priests
23. Non-stop emphasis on “earthly” matters like immigration and gun-control
24. Failure to preach against contraception
25. The attacks against traditional minded Catholics by the Establishment
26. National KofC refusal to address issue of pro-aborts in their own ranks
27. Promotion of the spurious notion of reasonable hope that all men are saved
28. False ecumenism that papers over the differences between religions
29. Indifferentism toward the Truth and superiority of Catholicism
30. Catholic majorities voting for Obama (twice)
31. Catholic higher education almost totally eradicated
32. Refusal by majority of bishops to publicly acknowledge the deep problems/causes
33. Dissident priests allowed to keep their positions in parishes
34. Dissidents and heretics being promoted on Catholic speaking circuit
35. Collapse of young adult Catholics believing the faith – less than 15% active
36. Ever-shrinking number of faithful Catholics
37. The ambiguities in need of clarification in some Vatican II documents
38. The very liberal political leanings of much of lay leadership
39. Inability of many bishops to overcome the liberal structures in their own diocese
40. Lack of commitment to pro-life Catholic activities
41. Overall Protestantization of the Church
42. Substitution of social justice for personal holiness
43. Widespread acceptance of contraception in the church
44. Targeting by liberal chanceries of solid orthodox priests
45. Massive misapplication of Natural Family Planning
46. Misapplication of “nonjudgmental” and “tolerance”
47. Feminization of Church life
48. Lack of preaching teaching on personal sin
49. Poor seminarian formation50. Failure to preach Dogma of No Salvation Outside the Church
51. Lack of precision regarding Islam worshipping of “the same God”
52. Abuse of zero tolerance by bishops against orthodox priests
53. Smearing of orthodox laity by failure to designate them as “in good standing”
54. Buy-in by the Bishops of anthropocentric climate change
55. Failure to decry Americanism and reject poorly applied idea of religious liberty
56. Hostility toward Homeschooling and independent schools among Catholic laity
57. Allowance of paganism/new age/ in parishes and orders
58. Downplaying of demonic/devil
59. Abuse of collegiality in the various Bishops conferences
60. Failure to correctly apply the principle of subsidiary

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Friday, June 13, 2014

Pentecost Sunday 2014


  • Today Holy Mother Church solemnly celebrates the sending of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and Our Blessed Mother… we celebrate the fulfillment of the promise of Jesus Christ regarding the coming of the Holy Spirit, whom Jesus called the Advocate, the Consoler. This promise was fulfilled today, on Pentecost Sunday.
  • This is a great solemnity, the second greatest Feast of the liturgical year… second in rank only to Easter… It is the Feast of the Holy Spirit.
  • In the Gospel today Our Lord Jesus Christ tells us about the Holy Spirit. He tells His disciples that He would send Him to them, and that with the help of the Holy Spirit they would be able to do what they were supposed to do: that is, what we are all supposed to do, and that is, to live in conformity and perfect obedience to the Will of God, always, every day. We have to live in conformity to the Will of God in two ways: by obeying all His commandments, and by abandoning ourselves to His Divine Providence, to His Holy Will.
  • And this is what I want to stress today. These two ways in which we are supposed to conform ourselves to the Will of God.
  • Jesus teaches about these two points in the gospel today.
  • He reminds us today that obedience to the Will of God is the key to our salvation. He says: If anyone love Me, he will keep My word, and My Father will love him, and We will come to him and make Our abode with him. He who does not love Me, does not keep My words. He’s clearly telling us that God only makes His abode with us when we live in conformity to His Divine Will, that is, when we are obedient to His commandments, and when we abandon ourselves to Him.
  • We all know that failing to be obedient to His commandments... that, breaking them, in a serious way, by committing a mortal sin… we all know that this is the same as expelling God from our souls, it is losing the state of grace, it is losing the presence of God in our souls. If we don’t keep His word, God doesn’t make an abode within us… but He wants to make His abode within the heart of each of us…  
  • But we prevent Him from doing this every time we forget that we were created to be perfect Temples of the Holy Spirit and we choose disobedience to God. Every time we betray God and we fall into the sins of pride, anger, impatience, detraction, envy, laziness, lust, greed, arrogance, vanity, and so many others… every time we fall into these sins, we are choosing our own will before His Divine Will, and, in a way, we are telling God to depart from us…
  • Well, Jesus teaches us, with His Life, and with His Death, how we are supposed to love God; He tells His disciples in today’s Gospel why He did the things He did and He says  that the world may know that I love the Father, and that I do as the Father has commanded Me. He’s saying that He will show the world that He loves the Father by His obedience, by doing what the Father commanded Him, that is, by going to Jerusalem to die for all of us. As the Holy Bible says: He humbled himself by becoming obedient to death-- even death on a cross!
  • From this we learn that obedience to God is the proof of our love for Him, because our love for Him is what moves us to be obedient, to live in perfect conformity to His Will…
  • God wants us to lead a life of virtue, and a life of sacrifice. A life of humility, and generosity, and purity, and honesty, and charity…
  • But when there is no love for God, His commandments are too heavy, too burdensome, and it is impossible to keep them… but when there is a true love for Him, His commandments are not heavy at all, and they are not a burden… as Saint John says in his first epistle: For this is the love of God: to keep his commandments; and his commandments are not burdensome. This is why Jesus said: My yoke is easy, and my burden is light. This is true, when there is love for Him.
  • This is why it is crucial, it is necessary, it is vital that we grow in our love for God everyday. Our salvation depends on this. We all want to be saints, and so we cannot forget that holiness, our sanctification, depends completely on how obedient we are to the Will of God, and our obedience to the Will of God depends completely on how much we love Him.
  • And this means that our holiness depends on how much we love Him. Our love of God is the key to everything.
  • Now, according to St. Paul, the love of God is poured into our souls by means of the Holy Spirit. The love of God is poured into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, who is given to us. The Holy Spirit is the love of God, He is the love between God the Father and God the Son, and this love lives within us when the Holy Spirit dwells within us, that is, when we are in the state of grace. And it is this love, this charity, together with faith and hope, what enables us to grow in holiness everyday… what enables us to work in order to be the saints that God wants us to be.
  • So, the love of God comes to us through the Holy Spirit. This is why today’s Feast is so important and so great… this is why the Mystery of Pentecost is so extremely important to us and for us… without the Holy Spirit, we are nothing. Without the Holy Spirit, there is no possible salvation for us.
  • This is why we said today to the Holy Spirit in the beautiful sequence from today’s liturgy: If Thou take Thy grace away, Nothing pure in man will stay; All his good is turn’d to ill. Without the Holy Spirit we are nothing. Saint Paul even says that without the Holy Spirit we cannot even say: Jesus is Lord.
  • It is through the grace and the power of the Holy Spirit that we take part in Christ's Passion by dying to sin through grace... and it is through the grace of the Holy Spirit that we take part in his Resurrection too, by being born to a new life… to the life of grace.
  • That is why we must constantly pray and beseech the Holy Spirit to guide us, to give us grace in abundance, to give us His light, to always teach us the will of God, and to give us His strength, to be able to fulfil the will of God.
  • And then we have to conform to His Will always also by accepting whatever plans He has in mind for us. We have to conform in the misfortunes that come directly from God such as sickness, or loss of property, or the loss of friends and relatives… and we have to conform to His Will also in the crosses that come to us from men, such as acts of injustice, defamations, calumnies, injuries, and all other sorts of persecutions. God wants us to bear with all those crosses, whatever they may be, and wherever they may come from.
  • If we do this, if we are resigned to the divine will, we can render our crosses light, and we can gain great treasures of merit for the eternal life. If God sends us tribulations and sufferings, it is because He wants to make us saints. As the Holy Bible says: This is the will of God, your sanctification.
  • He sends us crosses and sufferings, not because He wishes evil to us, but because He desires our welfare, and because He knows that those sufferings are conducive to our salvation, because those sufferings are necessary for our sanctification.
  • And we know that, as the Holy Bible says: to those that love God, all things work together unto good, to those who according to His purpose are called to be saints… all things work together for good… God loves us so tenderly, that He not only desires our welfare, but He also takes good care of each one of us… He’s always anxiously watching over our eternal salvation...
  • That’s why we can confidently throw ourselves into the hands of God… If we, during our lifetime, cast ourselves into the hands of God, we will lead a happy life and we will die a holy death.
  • Let us do that then, let us do what, today in the Gospel, Jesus teaches us to do, which is to show the world that we love God by doing what He has commanded us, and also, by embracing with love whatever plans He has in mind for us and by picking up and bearing until the end with any cross or suffering that He may send us.
  • This is hard, but we are not alone. Jesus said: I will not leave you as orphans. We have what it takes. We have all the help we need in order to do this, because, as St. Paul says, the love of God has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us.
  • Let us pray to Him, let us pray to the Holy Spirit, let us pray to Him paraphrasing what the sequence from today’s Mass says: Heal our wounds; our strength renew; On our dryness pour Thy dew; Wash the stains of guilt away; Bend the stubborn heart and will; Melt the frozen, warm the chill; Guide the steps that go astray; ...on those who evermore Thee confess and Thee adore, In Thy sevenfold gifts descend. Give us comfort when we die; Give us life with Thee on high; Give us joys which never end.

Solemn High Mass on Pentecost Sunday at St. Norbert











Ascension Thursday Solemn High Mass at Queen Of All Saints, in Fennimore - Wisconsin

Celebrant: Fr. John Del Priore, SJCP
Deacon: Fr. Alex Navarro, SJCP
Subdeacon: Deacon Chris Gernetzke
Master of Ceremonies: Fr. Faustino Ruiz, SJCP

Fast forward the first 5 minutes of Part 1 to get to the start of Mass.  Part 1 goes to the singing of the Epistle, and Part 2 goes from the Epistle to the end of Mass.





More thoughts on the Ascension of Our Lord

 The Ascension of Our Lord. Year A - 2014



  • Today we celebrate a great solemnity, the Ascension of Jesus Christ to Heaven.
  • Forty days after His Resurrection, He ascended into Heaven.
  • In the Gospel today we read His final words to His disciples: Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.
  • This is His last commandment to His disciples, that is, to all of us, to all those who want to be His disciples and follow Him where He went, that is, follow Him to Heaven.
  • He wants us to proclaim Jesus Christ to everybody else in the world. He says: go to all nations and baptize everyone and teach them to obey my commandments.
  • And how do we do this? First of all, with our own example. We can teach other people how to be disciples of Jesus Christ with our own example, by being true disciples ourselves, by observing all His commandments…
  • We need to show to the people, we need to teach them that proclaiming Jesus Christ to them doesn’t mean shackling them with the burden of His commandments… it means just the opposite… it means liberating them from their passions.
  • Many people think that being obedient to all of God’s commandments would mean losing our freedom… but that’s a great mistake… we make good use of our freedom only when we choose to be obedient to God… when we choose to be disobedient to God, that’s when we forfeit our freedom, because we become slaves to our passions, slave to our sins.
  • Only with God and only by doing the Will of God we can be truly free and enjoy our freedom.
  • Jesus said that it is the Truth that sets us free. If people don’t know the truth, if they don’t know what the Will of God is, they will fall into the slavery of their own passions and they will not be free, and they will not be happy.
  • Many people nowadays say: there is no longer any truth, there is no longer any certainty… everybody has his own truth… but this is a lie… there is the Gospel… the Word of God will never pass… the truth will never pass… Today Jesus Christ asks from all His disciples: preach the Gospel to all creatures… Young people, grown-up men and women, all creatures have a right to the truth. They have a right to know God. They have a right to know what His Will is, what His commandments are. Only those commandments, only obedience to those commandments can make them truly free and truly happy.
  • This is why we cannot make the mistake that so many people make, especially nowadays. They think that the right thing to do is just to mind your own business and let everybody else do whatever they want to do. Some people would even say: they have the right to do whatever they want to do.
  • But this is wrong. They do have the freedom to choose whatever they want, because God has made us all free, but we all have the obligation of being obedient to God, for our own sake. And no one has the right to be disobedient to God, because no one has the right to do harm to himself.
  • If we care about people for real, we will want the best for them, and the best for them is obedience to God.
  • And so, if we truly care for people, we will not let them harm themselves with their bad choices or their bad behavior, but we will tell them the Gospel, we will tell them the truth, we will tell them about God’s commandments and about the importance of observing those commandments.
  • Jesus tells us today: Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations… and baptize them… and teach them to observe all that I have commanded you.
  • We cannot preach permissiveness, we cannot be in favor of a false tolerance, we cannot make the mistake of thinking that being nice means not minding other people’s businesses and that if some people want to, for example, kill themselves by abusing drugs, then we have to let them do so… or that we have to just let them be, if they want to lose their eternal salvation because they don’t want to go to Mass every week as we are commanded to do so…
  • We cannot be like that. We have to say something to them. If I see a brother of mine living in a situation of sin, for example, living with someone else as if they were married but without being married, that is, in an intimate relationship outside of wedlock, then it is my duty before God to tell them that they are not doing God’s Will and, therefore, they are forfeiting their happiness in this life, even though they may think the opposite, and they are forfeiting their freedom, because they choose to be slaves to their passions, and they are forfeiting their eternal salvation. They need to know this. They need to be reminded of it.
  • And so, we cannot let the world convince us that everybody should have their own way… We have to stand up for the truth, and we have to defend especially what is being attacked the most in our times: true marriage as God wants it, that is, between one man and one woman who unite themselves in a sacred union that lasts until the death of one of the spouses…  and also the respect for life, against sins such as abortion, euthanasia and contraception.  
  • If we do what we are supposed to do, which is to bring the Gospel, and the truth, and God’s commandments to other people, we will make enemies, that’s for sure, and we will find criticism and opposition, and even persecution. But we will be blessed by God.
  • Jesus Christ said: Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven; in the same way, they persecuted the prophets who were before you.
  • So, let us do what Jesus told us to do right before His Ascension to Heaven: let us bring the truth to the people, always remembering that the person to which we have to bring the truth in the first place, and the person from which we have to demand a faithful practice of God’s commandments in the first place… that person is ourselves. It is our own person the one we need to judge correctly in the first place, and then, with our good example, and with our kind and loving words, we have to bring the truth to others too.
  • Our Blessed Mother will help us do this if we ask her for help.

Thoughts on the Ascension of Our Lord (on the Sunday after the Ascension according to the Latin Mass Calendar)

Dominica post Ascensionem. 2014


  • Today is the Sixth Sunday of Easter, the Sunday after the Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ. The Solemnity of the Ascension is still very fresh and alive in our hearts. And this feast, the feast of the Ascension, always brings such a great consolation to those who love God, because we know that Christ ascended into Heaven for our sake.
  • Jesus Himself told us that His going back to Heaven was convenient for us because of the promise of the Advocate, the promise of the coming of the Holy Spirit. He said: very truly I tell you, it is for your good that I am going away. Unless I go away, the Advocate will not come to you; but if I go, I will send him to you.
  • Well, today in the Gospel, Jesus tells us precisely about this. He tells us about the Advocate, about the Holy Spirit and how He bears witness concerning Jesus Christ. And then Jesus says that we also have to bear witness. And He says that, for doing this, they will expel us from the synagogues, which means, we will be rejected and not welcomed. And He says even more today: Yes, the hour is coming for everyone who kills you to think he is offering worship to God. And these things they will do because they have not known the Father nor Me. But these things I have spoken to you, that when the time for them has come you may remember that I told you.
  • He is clearly warning us against the rejection, opposition and persecution that the world will carry out against those who bear witness to the truth. He says that there will be people who will even kill those who are faithful to Jesus, and when they kill them, they will think they are doing a service to God. But this is because they don’t know God, they don’t know Jesus Christ. They have their own god, and they serve him. These are the ones Saint Paul would call ‘enemies of the Cross of Christ’: For, as I have often told you before and now tell you again even with tears, many live as enemies of the cross of Christ. Their destiny is destruction, their god is their stomach, and their glory is in their shame. Their mind is set on earthly things.
  • So there will be two kinds of people. The ones that are persecuted for the sake of the truth, and the ones that persecute the truth. Jesus Christ clearly wants us to be among the ones who are persecuted. He even said once: If the world hates you, remember that it hated me first… And He also said: You will be hated by everyone because of me, but the one who stands firm to the end will be saved. He even said that to be persecuted is a blessing: Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven; in the same way, they persecuted the prophets who were before you.
  • So, there’s no doubt. Jesus clearly wants us to be among the ones who are persecuted. This is why His final words to His disciples, right before His Ascension, were these: Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. This is His last commandment to His disciples, His last commandment to all of us. He commanded us to do this even though He knew that this would mean making many enemies and finding opposition and persecution.  
  • He wants us to proclaim the gospel to everybody else in the world. And how do we do this? Well, first of all, with our own example. With our own personal holiness. We can teach other people how to be disciples of Jesus Christ with our own example, by being true disciples ourselves, by observing all His commandments, by being saints, by being living testimonies of the holiness of God, by being imitators of Jesus Christ… And then, we have to bring the gospel to them, we have to bring the truth to them.
  • Jesus said that it is the Truth that sets us free. If people don’t know the truth, if they don’t know what the Will of God is, they will fall into the slavery of their own passions and they will not be free, and they will not be happy. The commandments of God are not a burden to people, and by obeying God’s commandments we don’t lose our freedom, but just the opposite: it is disobedience to God that makes us lose our freedom and become slaves to our own passions.
  • This is why we cannot make the mistake that so many people make, especially nowadays. They think that the right thing to do is just to mind your own business and let everybody else do whatever they want to do. Some people would even say: let them be, they have the right to do whatever they want to do.
  • But this is wrong. No one has the right to be disobedient to God, because no one has the right to do harm to himself, and no one has the right to offend God.
  • We cannot accept permissiveness, we cannot be in favor of a false tolerance, we cannot make the mistake of thinking that being nice means not minding other people’s businesses and that if some people want to, for example, kill themselves by abusing drugs, then we have to let them do so… and this is just an example out of so many…
  • We cannot be like that. We have to say something to them. We cannot let the world convince us that everybody should have their own way… We have to defend the truth, and we have to defend especially what is being attacked the most in our times: true marriage as God wants it, that is, between one man and one woman who unite themselves in a sacred union that lasts until the death of one of the spouses…  and also the respect for life, against sins such as abortion, euthanasia and contraception.  
  • If we do what we are supposed to do, which is to bring the Gospel, and the truth, and God’s commandments to other people, and also to be true imitators of Christ, if we do this, we will make enemies, that’s for sure, and we will find criticism and opposition, and even persecution. But we will be blessed by God, and our reward will be great in Heaven.
  • It is a difficult request from God. He asks from us practically to offer up our life for the sake of the truth. He demands this of us. But He always provides just what we need in order to be able to honor His request. We have the Sacraments. We have all the mysteries of our faith. Just look at the mystery we are celebrating these days: the mystery of the Ascension. This mystery is able to provide us with the increase of faith, hope and charity that we need in order to be the true warriors and defenders of the truth that God wants us to be.
  • Saint Thomas Aquinas was so convinced of this, that he even says that the Ascension of Our Lord is the cause of our salvation. Now, this needs some explanation. He says that the Ascension is the cause of our salvation not by way of merit, but by way of efficiency. The Passion and Death of Our Lord on the Cross is the cause of our salvation by way of merit. There is no doubt about this. This truth, that the Sufferings of Christ and His Death on the Cross are the cause of our redemption, this is a dogma of our faith and there is no doubt about this. His Death is the cause of our salvation by way of merit, BUT the Ascension is also the cause of our salvation, by way of efficiency, just like His Resurrection is also the cause of our salvation by way of efficiency. And what does this mean? Why can we say this?
  • We say that Christ's Ascension is also the cause of our salvation because by His Ascension faith is increased, hope is also increased, and charity is also increased, and also because by ascending into heaven, Jesus prepared the way for us.
  • For all these reasons we can say with St. Thomas that the Ascension is also the cause of our salvation.
  • And so, we should meditate on this great mystery and on how it is supposed to increase our faith, our hope and our charity. We should meditate on this mystery as much as on the other mysteries of our faith because only when we contemplate them in prayer and we meditate on them, only when we let the Holy Spirit explain those mysteries to us in our hearts in the silence of prayer, only then we allow those mysteries to really change us inside and make us grow in our love for God.
  • Saint Thomas says that the Ascension of Christ increases our faith in Him because if we could see him on earth there would be no faith involved since faith is belief in things unseen. His visible presence could even be an obstacle to supernatural faith. And faith is necessary, it is absolutely necessary. Our Faith is, in the words of Saint John, the victory that overcomes the world. After the original sin, now we deserve to be put to the test, we need to be tested, and we need to pass the test, we need to be victorious, and our faith is our victory. Saint Paul said: I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. And Jesus said to one of his Apostles: Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.
  • This is why Saint Thomas says that the Ascension of Christ increases our faith, because the object of faith has to be something we don’t see. Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen, according to Saint Paul.
  • The Ascension also increases our hope, the hope of our own future admission into heaven. Jesus didn’t become man, die, rise from the dead and ascend into heaven for His benefit, but for our sake. Remember the words Jesus said once: In my Father’s house there are many rooms; if it were not so, would I have told you that I go to prepare a place for you? And when I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and will take you to myself, that where I am you may be also.
  • We know then that Jesus ascended into Heaven in order to prepare a place for us… and this increases our hope, it gives us consolation and it gives us hope.
  • His Ascension also increases our charity because it directs our love towards heavenly things and away from earthly things. Saint Thomas reminds us of what St. Paul says about this… He says: If then you have been raised with Christ, seek the things that are above, where Christ is, seated at the right hand of God. Set your minds on things that are above, not on things that are on earth. So we have to set our minds and hearts on Jesus Christ who is in Heaven, because, as He said, where your treasure is, there will also your heart be. And the Ascension is also the cause of our salvation because Jesus went ahead of us to prepare the way for us. 
  • Saint Thomas says that the Ascension also increases charity in our hearts because Jesus goes to the Father to send us the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit teaches us how to love… He enables us to love. Saint Paul says to the Romans that the love of God has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, who has been given to us.
  • So from this Holy Mystery, just like from all the Holy Mysteries, we can draw the courage to be ready to die for the sake of the Gospel and Jesus Christ.

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Latin Mass on Pentecost Sunday

The Latin Mass on Pentecost Sunday 
will begin at 1:00 pm.

It will be a Solemn High Mass.

There will be a potluck afterwards.


Thursday, June 5, 2014

60 Issues the Establishment Catholic Media Will Not Touch - part 1

Attacked by Tolerance

Dear All,
It happened when TFP volunteers were peacefully promoting traditional, God-ordained marriage on a college campus.
Suddenly, they were violently assaulted by pro-homosexual “marriage” advocates.
See for yourself. Watch this video now.



This video was produced and uploaded, and I wanted you to view it immediately.
When you see same-sex “marriage” activists destroy our signs, desecrate the Bible, blaspheme, and burn our literature, it becomes clear how the homosexual agenda is not really about tolerance.
Will you help me make this video go “viral” and reach more people?
I can’t count on CNN or CBS, so please help me get the word out by sending this video to your friends. Post it on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn blogs, forums and web sites.
Forward it to your friends and your email contact list.
You’re tech savvy. Get the buzz going.
Take action now, because our volunteers have been bullied, pepper sprayed, hit with glass bottles, sprayed with pesticide, punched, and spit on for peacefully stating that marriage is what it is – the union between one man and one woman.
And they are not going to stand down! No way!
So I repeat:
Will you help me make this video go “viral” and reach more people?
John Ritchie





John Ritchie
Tradition Family Property, Student Action
www.tfpstudentaction.org