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This episode is dedicated to all the victims of Roman Catholic abuse, whose pain was too much for them and they committed suicide.
I wrote a letter to the editor in response to Pope Francis asking priest abuse victims to forgive him and the church for our abuses. This is a part of that response:
"How can Paul Anthony Carson, whom upon seeing the priest whom raped him walking down the street and then going home and hanging himself, being found by his parents, forgive him?
How can Emma Foster, whom was raped by Father Kevin O'Donnell, while at a primary school whom committed suicide because of it, forgive him?
How can Daniel Neill, whom committed suicide because of his rapist priest, Joseph Gallagher, forgive him?
How can the 30 boys raped at the St Alipius primary school, whom committed suicide forgive him for their rapes?
There are about a thousand or more victims of these evil crimes who committed suicide. Tonight, we honor their memory and call to task the Roman Catholic Church, Pope Francis, all of the Cardinals, Bishops and Archbishops, priests, nuns and parishioners, who have ignored this evil and to correct it immediately.
These brothers and sisters of ours...deserve no less.
Join Rev. Mother Kristina Rake this Lenten Season for our RCIA program. The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults is the series of classes, retreats, and public rites through which a person converts to Roman or Independent/Old catholicism. One learns, prays, and walks with a director together with the group throughout lent, culminating in their reception of the Sacraments of Initiation--baptism, confirmation, and communion-- on the holiest nights of the church's year: The Great Vigi of Easter. This year, Easter Vigil is on Saturday evening, March 26th (Easter Vigil is the evening before Easter Sunday).
These se broadcasts are open to all ho would like to know more about the Catholic faith. Those in our RCIA program will receive other materials throughout the week and speak to the director throughout the process.
Join us the Sunday of Lent for our Soiritual Journey through the desert to our Heavenly Jerusalem!
Join Rev. Mother Kristina Rake, Pastor of the Church of the Nativity Old Catholic in Chicagoland, for our Advent Retreat. Prayer and reflection, scripture and hymns, lessons and guided visualization, all facilitate this time of welcoming and longing for the King of Kings to come into our hearts. Adventus--Arrival---join us to prepare a room in your heart for Christ this Christmas season. This soft, reflective, slow-paced show will feed you and calm you in the hectic pace of the secular Christmas season. But most importantly, it will keep you in mind of why there is a Christmas and help you keep that Uncaused Cause of all seasons in your heart.
Tonight Julie Flores goes over the crypto Jew infiltration of the Christian Church and the creation of the Catholic Church. The blood line of the British Royal Family is not what it seems. The connection with the Royals and the crypto Jews will also be exposed!
November 1st is the solemnity of All Saints or All Saints Day. It is the reason for the existence of Halloween, a word comprised of an older English phrase, "All Hallows Eve"--The Night before All Saints. "Hallow" means "Holy." The doctrine of the Communion of Saints is an ancient one with its roots firmly planted in Jewish tradition and teaching. Jesus and the Apostles believed in the concept and it is repeated throughout the bible: we are one with believers who have died and gone to heaven. The "Communion of Saints" is one of the required beliefs for Christianity, as stated in the Apostles Creed and the Nicene Creed. Belief in it is sacrosanct.
Yet, many people attack the doctrine as a form of communication with the dead forbidden by scripture. Others have no idea what a saint is or how one becomes a saint. What's the purpose of a saint? Why do they matter to us? What does it mean to be "in communion" with them?
Join Reverend Mother Kristina Rake, M.A., M.Div., for this enlightening discussion about the saints. From the biblical and Jewish roots of sainthood to the process of cannonization, Mother Rake walks us through the meaning and purpose of devotion to these Heroes in Faith who did what we are trying to do and received the reward we long for: heaven and an eternity with God.
Rev. Mother Kristina Rake is a priest in the United States Old Catholic Church and serves as Director of Public Relations for the church. She has a Masters in Theology and Scripture from Andover Newton Theological School and a Master of Divinity from St. Mary's Old Catholic Seminary. Mother Rake has taught scripture, theology, and apologetics to Catholic adults for over 16 years and is the author of God and the Paranormal: Psychis, Mediums, and the Afterlife in the Bible.
If you can't be with us this morning at 200 2nd Avenue in Opelika, then listen LIVE starting at 11:00 AM CST. Today, we will address the idolatry of Pope Francis and the Roman Catholic Church and what the Bible has to say about the sin of idolatry. It is time for the true church to wake up and expose this counterfeit from Rome. It is sickening to watch so-called Christian pastors like Joel Osteen, Rick Warren, and TD Jakes gush like weak-knee school girls over Pope Francis. The Bible tell us not to even eat with idolaters that call themselves Christians. The Pope and Roman Catholics do WORSHIP Mary, the Pope, and statues and images. And the final Pope will push the world to worship the coming Antichrist. It is time for true Christians to stop making nice with the Great Whore of Babylon! To listen by phone call 347-884-8566.
Catholic Founding Fathers - The Carroll Family
CHARLES CARROLL CARTER
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, James Madison, Patrick Henry, Benjamin Franklin. Nearly every schoolchild recognizes them as the Founding Fathers. But there were a great many more Founding Fathers, even if their names are not so familiar as the above. Several of those lesser-known men who played key roles in the creation of the United States of America were Catholics.
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, James Madison, Patrick Henry, Benjamin Franklin. Nearly every schoolchild recognizes them as the Founding Fathers signers of the Declaration of Independence, framers of the Constitution, heroes of the Revolutionary War.
There were a great many more Founding Fathers, however, even if their names are not so familiar as the above. Several of those lesser-known men who played key roles in the creation of the United States of America were Catholics. Chief among them were three members of the Carroll family of Maryland: Charles Carroll, the only Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence; his cousin Daniel Carroll; and Daniel Carroll's brother John Carroll, who became America's first Catholic bishop.
Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737-1832) was the most illustrious and best-known of the Carrolls. He was the only signer whose property Carrollton was mentioned in the Declaration of Independence. Carrollton was the 10,000-acre estate in Frederick County, Maryland, that Charles Carroll's father had given him on his return to America from his education in Europe.
At the time he signed the Declaration, it was against the law for a Catholic to hold public office or to vote. Although Maryland was founded by and for Catholics in 1634, in 1649 and, later, in 1689 after the Glorious Revolution placed severe restrictions on Catholics in England, the laws were changed in Maryland.
The WSJP Student Broadcasting Team will have all of the action as the Prep begins its trek towards a third Catholic League title with a first round matchup against Roman Catholic. Join the crew from Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School as they call every tackle and touchdown.
On this episode we bring you Yolonda and Jeri. These two southern born and bred ladies remember how church was back in the day and want to tell you all about it. They come from a time when church was actually a force in the community, when the doors of the church were always open to those in need and the pastor was never too busy to give you a few minutes of his time.
Tune in to hear their experiences and how that compares to the church we see today. Which is better? What should we bring back from the old church, and what should we leave behind? This show is guaranteed to be entertaining. Got an opinion? The chat room will be open or dial in via phone.