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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

EWTN Press Release: New Generation of Vocations

EWTN Celebrates A New Generation of Vocations

Plus Finding God in Nature Hikes,
the “Dramatic” Conversion of Orestes Brownson, & More

Irondale, AL – “What do I want to do with my life?” Author and Ignatian Scholar Fr. Timothy Gallagher invites those reflecting on their vocation to reconsider those words as: “What does God want me to do with my life?”   Watch “EWTN Bookmark” with Host Doug Keck to find out more about “Discerning the Will of God” when it airs at 9:30 a.m. ET, Sunday, August 4---only on EWTN!

Time to “Usher” in a new generation vocations!  Guest Jerry Usher joins “EWTN Live” Host Fr. Mitch Pacwa to discuss how the radio show “Vocation Boom!”--- which interviews priests, sisters, and lay people alike on their unique calling to serve Christ—is now being filmed as a new television series!  Ready or not, here comes the “Vocation Boom!” on “EWTN LIVE” at 8 p.m. ET, Wednesday, July 31—only on EWTN!

It’s EWTN’s Rio Recap! Our returning “Life on the Rock” Co-Hosts, Fr. Mark and Doug Barry, talk about what it was like to experience the future of the Church during their coverage of #WYD2013 in Rio de Janeiro!  No passport is required when “Life on Rock” takes you back to the future at 10 p.m. ET, Thursday, August 1—only on EWTN!

Small acts have the greatest impact: Despite being assigned to do menial tasks around his monastery, Fr. Solanus Casey preformed all of his duties with great humility, and was eventually recognized a devoted caregiver and healer! See why many attributed the cure to their illness to his care in the “Heroic Journey: The Life and Legacy of Fr. Solanus Casey!” Airs 2 p.m. ET, Thursday, August 1—only on EWTN!

There’s going to be some new faces around EWTN soon! Join the EWTN family in celebrating the Initiation Mass for the newest members of the Franciscan Friars of the Eternal Word at Our Lady of Angels Monastery! Please extend your prayers and support to these men LIVE at 8 a.m. ET, Friday August 2—only on EWTN!

How has so-called “sexual liberation” actually shackled society?  Franciscan University hosts a riveting discussion on the lasting effects  that contraception has had on our society—and why the Catholic Church is adamant against its use! Join Michael Hernon, Dr. Regis Martin, Dr. Scott Hahn, and Mary Eberstadt, author of “Adam and Eve: After the Pill,” when “Franciscan University Presents: Catholics in a Post-Liberation World.” Airs 10 p.m. ET, Sunday, August 4—only on EWTN!

The stage is set for a dramatic conversion! “Journey Home Host” Marcus Grodi is stepping back in time to interview political and social activist Orestes Brownson (portrayed by Kevin O’Brien) on his famous conversion to Catholicism!  Tune in for a theatrical reenactment of Orestes Brownson’s “Journey Home” at 8 p.m. ET, Monday, August 5—only on EWTN!

We have received “Our Marching Orders!” #WYD2013 veteran Fr. John Paul shares his thoughts on Pope Francis’ closing remarks for the youth.  Read more about Father’s take on the Pope’s call to action here! (

Take a hike! Following in the example of Blessed Pier Giorgio and Blessed Pope John Paul, Fr. Antoine takes his students up a rigorous hiking path to explore the beauty of God’s creation in nature! If you’re up early enough, rise and shine “To the Heights! Our Spiritual Ascent Towards God,” at 4 a.m. ET, Tuesday, August 6—only on EWTN!

Monday, July 29, 2013

"Who am I to judge?" - YOU'RE POPE! Teach the faith!

“Who am I to judge?”  Pope asks.

Did someone ask you to judge Papa Francis or did they seek teaching
Photo: Google Images

Start calling me A Majorly Cranky Catholic because that’s what I have become since Pope Francis became our Pope.  He often frustrates me to no end, I am sad to admit. 
To be clear, I respect the Seat of Peter, whoever happens to be sitting there is sitting there for one reason or another.  I accept that, but along with that acceptance comes expectations, aspirations and HOPE for a better tomorrow in our Church.

One of the worse things to ever happen is CHAOS and CONFUSION (especially in the Church), because they breed deceit, lies, corruption and a mass exodus.  This happened (whether everyone wants to admit it or not) after Vatican II.  I’m no theologian, but I’ve read and picked apart “Sacrosanctum Concilium” (Vatican II document on the Sacred Liturgy) and even I can see its “loopholes” that clergy used to toss out the old and bring in the “Let’s look like Protestants!” approach.  

Chaos and confusion is the LAST thing the Church EVER needs yet time and time again since Pope Francis became our Papa we have seen a tremendous ripple effect of chaos and confusion starting with Holy Week and washing the feet of women- even more Muslim women.

Huge disappointment for this Catholic enjoys…no adores the richness and history of our Catholic traditions.

Another disappointment came this month when Pope Francis decided to contradict Pope Benedict XVI by issuing a decree (protocol number 52741/2012) that FORBIDS the Franciscan’s of the Immaculate from the Vetus Ordo (Traditional Mass).   The degree states…

"every religious of the congregation of the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate is required to celebrate the liturgy according to the ordinary rite and that, if the occasion should arise, the use of the extraordinary form (Vetus Ordo) must be explicitly authorized by the competent authorities, for every religious and/or community that makes the request.”

(Source: and more:  

What's wrong with the Vetus Ordo that it has to be FORBIDDEN to anyone?  I don't understand it, and I really hope I never do.

Huge disappointment to this Catholic.

This year’s World Youth Day (by the way, why call it “day” when it’s a week? - just wondering) was yet another situation were chaos and confusion and (in my personal opinion) buffoonery took place (the dancing buffoons…err… clergy… ) looked simply ridiculous to me.

(See video of WYD Papal Mass:

-Dancing, waving and swaying during the Procession and singing of the Gloria – what’s HOLY about that?  Have all these clergy forgotten the Mass IS HOLY?  Jesus Christ was tortured… TORTURED and died for us, the place for dancing and waving is NOT during Holy Mass.  Save that for a praise gathering or Catholic rock concert.  I get that it is world YOUTH day, but we don’t need to treat our Catholic youth like toddlers watching an episode of Barney the dancing silly dinosaur.

Huge disappointment to this Catholic.

To his credit (from what I saw), Pope Francis kept his head down and eyes closed during the Gloria either in reverence or because the spectacle was just too horrible to watch.

Even the trip home caused confusion when Pope Francis responded with “Who am I to judge?” when questioned about gay clergy. 

Who are you Papa?  YOU’RE POPE!  You lead the HOLY Catholic Church!  You TEACH the Gospel Message- ALL of it, not just the nice parts!  I know you reject the Papal apartments, vehicles and some vestments, but you ARE the Pope- the leader of the Catholic Church on earth.

When someone asks ANY Catholic clergy a question- most especially the Pope- he SHOULD TEACH the faith at EVERY opportunity.  Clearly and precisely so as to cause NO confusion or chaos in the world.  Pope Francis’ reply “Who am I to judge?” has sent the world (rightly or wrongly) reeling with what they THINK he might have meant.  Had the Pope answered WITH CHURCH TEACHING, there would be no one trying to self interpret what he “might” have meant.

What about gay clergy?  What about ANY gay person?  For a Catholic the answer is the same.  Homosexual sexual acts are a MORTAL SIN.  No sex outside of marriage and no gay “marriages” ever.  It’s that simple.  No confusion.  No chaos.  Pure Catholic teaching.  Why couldn’t/wouldn't Pope Francis say that?  Pope Benedict did, and some didn’t like it, but many did.  We want a Pope who speaks CLEAR, PURE Catholic teaching.  Lead us clearly.  Teach us clearly.  Dispel confusion and end the chaos. We need you to be strong in our faith.

“Who am I to judge?” says Pope Francis missing yet another opportunity to CLEARLY teach the Catholic faith to the world.

Huge disappointment to this Catholic who is thirsty for MORE REVERENCE in our Church and SOUND SOLID teaching from ALL our clergy, all the time.  I don't want dancing, hand clapping or swaying clergy at our Masses, nor clergy who don't clearly preach the Catholic faith at every opportunity.  For the life of me, I can't image Saint Peter or Saint Paul doing what I too often see from our Catholic clergy today.  Just saying...

That's what makes me a cranky Catholic.

PS... something I hope Papa Francis hasn't forgotten is that we ARE to "judge" those inside the Church - that is if you believe Sacred Scripture.

1 Corinthians 5:12

New Revised Standard Version Catholic Edition (NRSVCE)
12 "For what have I to do with judging those outside? Is it not those who are inside that you are to judge?"

Just saying...

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Are abortion supporters our 'neighbors'?

On Friday night July 12th through the early hours of Saturday, I (like so many others), were riveted to our Twitter accounts watching as Pro-lifers (#Stand4Life) and Pro-choicers (#StandWithTXWomen) clashed in Texas over a law that would ban abortions after twenty weeks – the law passed by the Grace of God and the prayers of so many loving people.

But during those hours (and I mean HOURS) I watched and read tweets from people on the ground in Texas (because all the news channels were discussing the Zimmerman trial, ignoring Texas completely).  What these wonderful pro-life people were reporting was shocking... feminine hygiene products being thrown at people, bottles of human waste confiscated by the police (it was intended to be tossed on people who disagreed with them) and more.

The Texas Tribune ( ) was covering the story, and they didn’t back down from the filth coming from the Pro-Choice crowd. 

Clip from the Texas Tribune article:
Rumors had persisted earlier Friday that some protesters had tried to bring such containers into the gallery, but DPS officers outside the gallery said they had no knowledge of such attempts at the time.The DPS issued a press release on what it had found so far:        AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today received information that individuals planned to use a variety of items or props to disrupt legislative proceedings at the Texas Capitol.Therefore for safety purposes, DPS recommended to the Texas Senate that all bags be inspected prior to allowing individuals to enter the Senate gallery, which the Texas Senate authorized.During these inspections, DPS officers have thus far discovered one jar suspected to contain urine, 18 jars suspected to contain feces, and three bottles suspected to contain paint. All of these items – as well as significant quantities of feminine hygiene products, glitter and confetti possessed by individuals – were required to be discarded; otherwise those individuals were denied entry into the gallery.In the interest of the safety and security of Texas legislators and the general public, these inspections will continue until the conclusion of Senate business. –end quote-

After reading that, I was disgusted and furious that people would be so horribly vile to other people who simply wanted to save the life of a child.  I saw horrible photos of people wearing clothes with drawings of women’s body parts, I saw a teenage looking YOUNG girl holding such a blasphemous sign about our Lord Jesus Christ that I can’t even believe a parent would allow a child to VIEW such a sign, let alone wave it around in the air. 

My mind was so appalled at what these people were doing and WHY they were doing it, that I stopped thinking at all in a Christ-like manner and instead let my heart burn with anger and hatred for every single pro-choice person out there.  I was sickened by them and wished the earth would just open up and swallow them all like the story of the evil men in Moses’ time…

“But if the Lord creates something new, and the ground opens its mouth and swallows them up, with all that belongs to them, and they go down alive into Sheol, then you shall know that these men have despised the Lord.”  As soon as he finished speaking all these words, the ground under them was split apart.  The earth opened its mouth and swallowed them up, along with their households—everyone who belonged to Korah and all their goods.  So they with all that belonged to them went down alive into Sheol; the earth closed over them, and they perished from the midst of the assembly.” [Numbers 16:30-33]

I went to bed happy that the bill had passed and yet still angry at ‘those people’ for fighting so venomously for the “right” to butcher pre-born human beings.  I woke up feeling the same, only with a bit more disgust as the shock of it was wearing off and the evil and filth of it setting in. I had no pity for 'those people', they disgusted me and I was beginning to feel real hatred for them.

Then I went to Mass tonight. 

Thank you Jesus.

The Gospel reading was about just who is our “neighbor”, with Jesus giving the story of the Good Samaritan.  [Luke 10]
And behold, a lawyer stood up to put him to the test, saying, "Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?"
He said to him, "What is written in the law? How do you read?"
And he answered, "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your strength, and with all your mind; and your neighbor as yourself."
And he said to him, "You have answered right; do this, and you will live."
But he, desiring to justify himself, said to Jesus, "And who is my neighbor?"
Jesus replied, "A man was going down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and he fell among robbers, who stripped him and beat him, and departed, leaving him half dead.
Now by chance a priest was going down that road; and when he saw him he passed by on the other side.
So likewise a Levite, when he came to the place and saw him, passed by on the other side.
But a Samaritan, as he journeyed, came to where he was; and when he saw him, he had compassion,
and went to him and bound up his wounds, pouring on oil and wine; then he set him on his own beast and brought him to an inn, and took care of him.
And the next day he took out two denarii and gave them to the innkeeper, saying, `Take care of him; and whatever more you spend, I will repay you when I come back.'
Which of these three, do you think, proved neighbor to the man who fell among the robbers?"
He said, "The one who showed mercy on him." And Jesus said to him, "Go and do likewise."

One of my parishes’ wonderful deacons did the homily this evening, and he promptly reminded me that hatred has no place in living like Christ.  Being a good neighbor to those perceived as “enemies” DOES have a place (right up front and center) to living like Christ.  You see, the story of the “Good Samaritan” is often not fully understood unless you know the relationship between the Jews and the Samaritans.  Hatred.  They despised each other with a passion.  They went out of their way to ignore each other – they even refused to allow Jesus into their city [Luke 9:51-56].  

Then one day, one Samaritan does the unthinkable, he stops to help an injured Jewish enemy.  The Samaritan felt pity for this stranger that he’d been raised to hate.  Instead of treating the victim with hatred, he poured out love and compassion, binding his wounds, paying for him to be nursed and cared for and even promising to come back to see to it that the Jewish man was well cared for and that his bills were paid.

I knew all that, but had forgotten it until tonight's homily. A timely reminder, much needed and appreciated.  I had not been a neighbor to those pro-choice people- not even in my heart.  I had not had an ounce of pity for them.  I had hated them and wished them ill.  I was no better, and perhaps worse than those who had walked by the wounded man on the side of the road.

Listening to that homily, I learned very clearly that I don’t want to be someone who walks by the wounded because I perceive them as my enemy.  I want to have compassion for them and do what I can to help their wounds.  I don't want enemies and I don't want to be an enemy to anyone else- no matter how strongly we might disagree on something.

Anyone who supports the killing of pre-born children is certainly a wounded person.  They need compassion and as much prayers as we all can possibly give them.  Perhaps they have no one in their lives who ever prays for them?  Perhaps they don’t know much of anything about Jesus Christ?  That falls on those of us who DO KNOW Jesus Christ, to teach them, to pray for them and to have compassion for them.  How awful it will be for them one day to stand before God with their crime of supporting the slaughter of children?  Awful.  How much more awful for those us who KNEW and did nothing?  Who showed no compassion… who didn’t bother to pray or share our Lord with such a person because we perceived them as our “enemy”?   I don’t want to be such a person.  I’d rather try my best to live like the Good Samaritan, doing what I can with compassion for the wounded I see in life. I can start that by not viewing pro-choice supporters as 'enemies', but rather as severely wounded people who need prayers.


Friday, July 12, 2013

Why won't God stop abortions? Unanswered prayers...

"I prayed for God to stop abortion and He didn't answer me!"

I’ve been spending a great deal of time on Twitter lately and following assorted hash tags asking for prayers to end abortion (among other things).  I to joined in with others praying for God to please stop this horrible butchering of babies. 

On the phone with a friend, we were discussing the question “Why doesn’t God answer our prayers to end abortion?”  We go into why doesn’t God stop murder, rape, war etc… but that gets into God not micro-managing people - we do have free will. 

The question in my mind is where does human free will slap up against the power of prayer?  Which is stronger?  Why?  How do we get God to hear our prayers and answer them?

I certainly can’t speak FOR God, but I can look at what God has to say about prayers being answered and those that go unanswered from the Sacred Scriptures.  So I began searching and reading my bible to see just what it had to say about unanswered prayers.

There are some things we need to remember when we question why our prayers are not being answered…

1) God answers our prayers when our prayers are part of His Divine Will.  You might have a great prayer request, but if God has another plan... He's going with His Divine Will because that is always what is best for us.

1 John 514 "And this is the boldness we have in him, that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us. 15 And if we know that he hears us in whatever we ask, we know that we have obtained the requests made of him. 16 If you see your brother or sister committing what is not a mortal sin, you will ask, and God will give life to such a one—to those whose sin is not mortal. There is sin that is mortal; I do not say that you should pray about that. 17 All wrongdoing is sin, but there is sin that is not mortal."

2) Our prayers can go unanswered because we ask “wrongly”.  Are you asking for selfish gain or for good?  Does what you want from God harm you (your soul) or anyone else if you get your desire?  Don’t expect God to answer you if you are praying ‘wrong’.

James 4
4 “Those conflicts and disputes among you, where do they come from? Do they not come from your cravings that are at war within you? You want something and do not have it; so you commit murder. And you covet something and cannot obtain it; so you engage in disputes and conflicts. You do not have, because you do not ask. You ask and do not receive, because you ask wrongly, in order to spend what you get on your pleasures.”

3) Have you FIRST placed your soul’s salvation above your other cares?  God’s first concern is our salvation- our relationship with Him.  Have we repented?  Have we humbled ourselves to God?  Have we been living in sin and praying to God to answer our prayers without a thought or concern to how we’ve offended God with our sins?  In James 4:8 (below) Sacred Scripture tells us to FIRST draw near to God- that means repenting and making God our FIRST priority (the First Commandment).  Once we have our relationship right with God, then we know how to pray according to God’s Will and not our own.

This goes to all the Catholics out there who vote/d for pro-choice politicians because you think one human being has the “right” to butcher pre-born human beings.  You’ve got the blood of innocents on your hands.  It also goes for all the Catholics who support/use birth control, support gay marriage etc. because you've fallen for the propaganda that "the Church has no business in our bedrooms" - it is not the Church who decides what is sin and what isn't- it's God.  So basically if that is your argument, you've just told off God.  The Church teachings God's Will, it does not decide what is a sin and what is not. Remember that when the devil's minions are spoon feeding you evil and you're lapping it up.  What God’s Holy Catholic Church teaches is the Word of God – people in the Church (be they laity or clergy) ALL need to repent from sin and fight to resist all evil temptations.  

When we sin, we are purposely doing evil- the devil’s bidding rather that our Lord’s Will.  Recall when Satan tempted Jesus in the Gospel, Jesus did not fall.  We need to stand firm against temptation.  The devil tells you abortion and birth-control is not a sin, God through His Holy Catholic Church tells you they are sin…who do you follow?  Before you answer that, know your salvation depends on it.

Do you weep over the direction your nation has found its self in?  Do you weep over your own offenses to God?  If not, you should be.  God says we should be weeping and mourning over all our offenses against God (James 4:9).  If you go into and out of the Confessional without shedding a tear, you might need to spend more time contemplating sin and its effects on your soul and your relationship with God. (I strongly suggest reading the lives of the Saints- start with the Divine Mercy by St. Faustina).

James 4 (continued) 4 “Adulterers! Do you not know that friendship with the world is enmity with God? Therefore whoever wishes to be a friend of the world becomes an enemy of God. Or do you suppose that it is for nothing that the scripture says, “God yearns jealously for the spirit that he has made to dwell in us”? But he gives all the more grace; therefore it says,
“God opposes the proud,
    but gives grace to the humble.”
Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. 8 Draw near to God, and he will draw near to you. Cleanse your hands, you sinners, and purify your hearts, you double-minded. Lament and mourn and weep. Let your laughter be turned into mourning and your joy into dejection. 10 Humble yourselves before the Lord, and he will exalt you.” -end-

Nations of people who do evil must repent if they want God to listen to them and receive answers to their prayers.  If you are continuing in sin, refusing to repent, do not EXPECT that God will cater to you in your filth.  He won’t.  He will not even listen to your prayer requests until you FIRST repent and return to Him.

Isaiah 115 “When you stretch out your hands,
    I will hide my eyes from you;
even though you make many prayers,
    I will not listen
    your hands are full of blood.
16 Wash yourselves; make yourselves clean;
    remove the evil of your doings
    from before my eyes;
cease to do evil,
17     learn to do good;
seek justice,
    rescue the oppressed,
defend the orphan,
    plead for the widow.” -end-

 John 9 31 We know that God does not listen to sinners, but he does listen to one who worships him and obeys his will."

John 9:31 does not mean that God does not hear sinners prayers repenting- of course He does!  What it means is God will not answer the prayers of unrepentant people.  Sin separates us from God, to get closer to God means we have to repent and turn from sin. 

So for all the Catholics (and other Christians) out there who are praying for an end to abortion in our nation and wondering “WHY hasn’t God answered our prayer?”, first consider your own relationship with God.  Put God first, repent, worry for your own soul’s salvation FIRST and then know that God always listens to His people and He will answer your prayers.  Put your love for God and faith in Him first, by showing you can and will live your life as He desires you to.  Repent from all your sin, stop doing the devil’s bidding and start living every moment for God in all areas of your life.
Then you will be God's people and God will answer your prayers.

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

EWTN Press Release: Celebrate 'Year of Faith'

Celebrate the ‘Year of Faith’ at EWTN’s Family Celebration In Birmingham 

Get Informed At The Religious Liberties Roundtable
Enjoy A Live Taping of ‘Women of Grace’
Plus, Meet Your Favorite EWTN Hosts 

Irondale, AL – Mark your calendars! EWTN’s 2013 Family Celebration is set to dazzle Aug. 17-18 at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex in Birmingham, Alabama! Be renewed in your faith with inspirational talks by your favorite EWTN hosts! Enjoy a live taping of ‘Women of Grace!’ Learn what’s at stake and how to take action during a special Religious Liberties Roundtable with EWTN President & Chief Executive Officer Michael P. Warsaw, Becket Fund General Counsel Kyle Duncan (who personally argued the Hobby Lobby case before the 10th Circuit), and other special guests!

 “Don’t miss” speakers will include “Journey Home” Host Marcus Grodi, “Super Saints” Hosts Bob & Penny Lord, and “EWTN Live” Host Fr. Mitch Pacwa. “Bookmark” Host Doug Keck will serve as Master of Ceremonies. Mass will be celebrated by the Franciscan Missionaries of the Eternal Word on Saturday and, on Sunday, EWTN is honored to announce that Birmingham Bishop Robert J. Baker has agreed to serve as our celebrant. Throughout the weekend, you’ll have opportunities to mix and mingle with EWTN’s hosts and the Friars at the “Family Corner” booth, get your books signed at the “Meet the Author” booth, and browse the EWTN Religious Catalogue shop.

And, if you bring your kids, be sure to swing by the Faith Factory and say "Hey!" to Brother Leo, who's chilling out with Pete the Penguin and coming up with Catholic activities for all ages to enjoy. There will also be plenty of opportunities for Confession as well as Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. It’s a day no fan of EWTN will want to miss – and, best of all, it’s free!

 EWTN Global Catholic Network, in its 32nd year, is available in over 225 million television households in more than 140 countries and territories. With its direct broadcast satellite television and radio services, AM & FM radio networks, worldwide short-wave radio station, Internet website, electronic and print news services, and publishing arm, EWTN is the largest religious media network in the world.

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Blessed John Paul II School in Middletown, CT

Blessed John Paul II
87 South Main Street
Middletown CT, 06457
Fax# 860-347-7267

The Diocese of Norwich is opening Blessed John Paul II School in September, here in Middletown. This ushers in an exciting time for Catholic education in the greater Middletown area. The school will be located at the current St. Mary’s School, 87 South Main Street, Middletown. The new school will offer a full day Pre-K through 8th grade program of academic rigor and faith formation within a Christ-centered community.

Blessed John Paul II offers the following amenities:
• A three or five full day Pre-K 4 program
• Before and after care from 7:00am -5:30pm
• 21st century technology program
• Spanish Immersion program for grades 1-8
• Music and Performing Arts programs
• Girl’s and boys’ extra-curricular sports programs.

For additional information or a private tour please call (860) 347-2978 or visit us online at
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