Recently a vicious attack was launched against several Traditional Catholic organizations and individuals, which, in effect is an attack on all Traditional Catholics loyal to the Truths and Traditions of holy Mother Church. While it is the Christian custom to turn the other cheek, to do good to our enemies, to allow such slander and calumny against us is akin to surrender and to deny Christ. That we will not do. Thus, Michael Cain, editor of The Daily Catholic alerts all that it is time to defend our ground not by retreating but by launching our own counter-attack in exposing the corrupt charlatan Morris Seligman Dees, Jr. who has authorized the vile hate campaign against true Catholics. Personally familiar with many on the list which hit-woman Heidi Beirich dubbed "The Dirty Dozen", Cain turns the tables to show the Nazi-like tactics of "tolerance" and "diversity" that has brainwashed so many while the enemy infiltrates and destroys. Enough with the verbal engineering, it's time for facts and time to unite and pray for divided we are all prey. In his editorial, he fires back and lays out what we must all do to expose SPLC - The Real Hate Mongers
On the BattleLine
In the vein of the above editorial, The Daily Catholic will make these pages available to post all responses by Traditional Catholics, especially those ruthlessly attacked by the nebulous, corrupt Southern Poverty Law Center. One of the first to fire back a volley in defending their position is Tradition in Action with Atila Sinke Guimaraes stating the facts and delineating between a Catholic's right stance against the Jewish religion since the time of Christ and the total rejection of any prejudice as far as the Jewish race goes. True Catholics condemn any kind of racial prejudice as Atila emphasizes in his response to the attack by the SPLC. He points out why it is still licit under American Law to oppose the Jewish religion, but never morally permitted to hate. The SPLC twists the truths as Atila shows in his commentary
Arrogant Assessment Against Our Catholic Rights
Gabriel Garnica files a column for the ignominious anniversary of Roe vs. Wade in which he explains the difference between true motherhood and "otherhood." The latter is the agenda of those posing as "good mothers" where in truth they use it to promote killing children in the womb. To compound the problem, Washington D.C.'s chief potentate of that archdiocese believes not only in the separation of Church and State, but believes in separating truth from dogmatic teaching. It's also called heresy of the highest degree. But it wouldn't be politically expedient to this pompous protector of politicians. This apostate rummy has no clue what a true Catholic shepherd is, nor does Nancy Pelosi have a clue what a Catholic is or what a mother is. She represents neither in her hypocritical well-planned lying crusade to dupe the elect. No matter that only a fraction elected her, she now intends to establish satan as the prince of this land. She and her counterpart with aims on the White House Hillary may have fooled the imposters posing as Catholic Bishops (can you say all members of the USCCB?), but they dare not dupe the Catholic faithful. Yet, unless they turn to the true ideal of motherhood and life, the Blessed Mother of God, they'll be deceived just as they have been with Vatican II and all the Modernistic heresies so rampant today. Gabriel explains in his column Mothers Beware!
Faithful to Tradition
In commemoration of the observance of Church Unity Octave, John Gregory presents a feature that should tweak the consciences and comfort zones of every Catholic in recognizing that platitudes are all fine and nice, but they don't address what Traditional Catholics must do in order to truly work toward true Church Unity and that is exactly what St. Paul directed in 2 Thessalonians 2: 15, "stand fast; and hold the traditions which you have learned whether by word, or by our epistle." These traditions have been sacked and obliterated by the false prophets of the conciliar church and proven heresy resonates from these VulgArians. John addresses twelve weak points launched by those not willing to admit that a heretic cannot possibly be a Pope, let alone a Catholic. He points out that these flimsy refutations to the accepted Church doctrine of sedevacantism are smokescreens to cover up the sedeplenists' own inaccuracies and unwillingness to truthfully face the facts and follows the excellent piece by Dr. Thomas A. Droleskey "Displaced Anger" on this very subject. It takes a humble heart to recognize when one is wrong and be willing to pray and realize one cannot have it both ways. If Benedict XVI is pope, then all who preceded him up through Pope Pius XII were not and they were wrong, or else Benedict and before him John XXIII, Paul VI, John Paul I, and John Paul II were not only wrong but have apostasized from the True Faith and therefore cannot possibly be Catholic Popes. St. Paul made that abundantly clear in Galatians 1: 8-10. John Gregory explains in his column, The Key to Church Unity
Gabriel Garnica returns for 2007 ready for bear as he sets his sights on this month when we commemorate the 34th anniversary of the fatal and fateful Roe v. Wade decision that has claimed at least 50 million souls. Just as the Jews of their day considered Christ's life disposable, and ruthlessly recycled their own morality to justify their evil deed of assaulting Innocence by sealing His fate with the release of the criminal Barrabas, so also today history repeats itself as the devil fiendishly infects minds and hearts to continue the slaughter of the innocents to the tune of over 50 million preborn souls. And we wonder why this world is in the shape it is today? We have blood on our hands if we do not stand up as true, committed Roman Catholics and work to stop this most vilest of murders in the history of mankind. The salvation of our very souls might very well depend on our response. Gabriel explains in his column The Mob Still Chooses Barrabas
The Sanity of Sanctity
We continue our recent tradition of bringing you the Litany of Saints for the Saints and Feasts of each month. Need some impetus to prepare for Lent now just over a month away away? What we provide is a litany to all of the saints whose feast days are celebrated in the month of January. Many of these saints are little-known and often are not, for that reason, invoked in our prayers. While there are a few Time of Epiphany feria days in this month, almost each day is dedicated to one or more saints historically and acknowledged in the traditional calendars. If you add this short litany to your daily Rosary, you will have the benefit of invoking the prayers of some of these lesser-known saints for January and, as the Three Kings bowed in humility, better prepare yourself to keep your spiritual resolutions for 2007. Litany of the January Saints
Editor Michael Cain lays out the plans for The Daily Catholic and SANCTUS for 2007; one that promises to be a landmark year in which we christen, so to speak, a new vessel of information to provide you with the navigational tools necessary to save more souls beginning with your own by retracing our own journey over the rough seas that lead to infrangible Catholic Truth. While looking back, we also look to the horizon and while we have been preaching, if you will, to the choir for lo these many years, our mission is near at hand to go beyond the "choir." This can only be done by making, presently, this site chiefly a resource site. While we cannot at this time reveal other plans that entail going beyond the "choir," we can give you all you'll need to assure you that you're not alone and can safely sail on your own. Cain explains and shares the new direction of The Daily Catholic in his editorial "May the Wind Be Always at Your Back"
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