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Thursday-Friday-Saturday-Sunday issue       August 9-12, 2001        volume 12, no. 141

   "The denial of Truth is just as fatal to the mind as the denial of light is to vision. Truth in its fullness is not easy to attain, even if one does admit its existence. To explore Truth in all its complexity there must come moments when we confess ignorance, when we frankly admit that we were mistaken or bigoted, or prejudiced. These admissions are painful, but they actually enrich character just as much as all approximations to falsehood forfeit it."  Bishop Fulton J. Sheen


Three more saints enlighten the faithful in a panel discussion with Saint Joseph

  We continue with this new concept for Catholic readers everywhere. We are inundated by talk shows, panel discussions, etc. etc. talking about anything and everything. But what does it all really matter? What matters is what God says. What matters is what the saints have passed down through the way they lived their lives in striving for what we all must set as our goal: sanctity. The Church has always held these men and women up for us to emulate. Unfortunately, today so many of the saints have been forgotten, or dismissed as "out-of-touch" in the misguided modern thinking. Therefore, we have put together a hypothetical panel discussion in which Saint Joseph will moderate each time with three other saints from various periods in history and what they have to say about the state of things in our Church and world today. In this issue the universal patron of the Church invites Saint Mary Magdalene, Pope Saint Pius V and Saint Teresa of Avila to share their wisdom. It should be fascinating and tweak a few consciences at the same time. For the second panel in the Heavenly Mansion, see SAINTS PRESERVE US!

The hidden agenda of the Novus Ordo promoters
    "As I have noted in other analyses, the use of the phrase 'people of God' is another novel expression of the past forty years, bearing an eery similarity to the invocations of "the people" found in the American Constitution, the French Revolution, Freemasonry, and Communist propaganda (which asserts that Communism alone represents the 'people'). It must be remembered that the liturgical revolutionaries do not believe that all of the 'people of God' are equal. Those members of the Mystical Body of Christ who do not adhere to the revolutionary agenda are to be browbeaten and re-educated until they submit to the new order of things."
   In this issue Thomas A. Droleskey, Ph.D. continues his fascinating, logical, factual treatise Germs of GIRM on ferreting out the doublespeak and contradictions contained in the General Instruction of the Roman Missal (GIRM) which has confused so many and, instead of clearing up abuses, only is a license to experiment some more, all contributing to the continuing deconstruction of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass that sustained the Church and her faithful for some 1,500 years. For part nineteen - The Polemics of the "People of God", see CHRIST OR CHAOS

Preparations are underway on all fronts as the explosives are planted!
       In the last issue we introduced the first episode of an on-line novel for these times that has been 15 years in the making. This copyrighted work is called, "White Smoke, Black Fire!" Though it is copyrighted, you may print it and distribute it to others, as well as e-mail providing the sources and disclaimer are included. "White Smoke, Black Fire!" is both a prophecy and global incendiary event waiting to happen. Taut, interwoven action takes the reader across four continents on a physical and psychological eight-day journey into hell as an eclectic group of ordinary people - lay and religious - are suddenly catapulted into the smoldering ashes of the Basilisk's Black Fire. They band together in a desperate attempt to save mankind - body and soul. The fast and furious action takes one from the boardrooms of America to the murky labyrinth of Rome's slums, from the vast ecumenical stage in Iraq to the hidden recesses behind the wailing wall, from the private chambers of the Papal Palace to the mysterious regions of Northern Africa. The Basilisk's tentacles reach out to every level of political, ecclesial, and foreign intrigue all surrounding the election of the next Pontiff to be signaled by White Smoke billowing forth, if it isn't already blotted out completely by the Black Fire of hell.
    Previously a mysterious dark figure invaded the climes of the world religious leaders with devastating and clandestine results. Why? What is the Legion of the Basilisk planning? In this issue we introduce one of the vile villains of the Legion. For the second episode of the First Chapter of Part One - The Unleashing, see WHITE SMOKE, BLACK FIRE!

From the sinowy shadows of modernism the hammer and sickle of Marxism is cutting a wide swath through our beloved Church!

    "Didn't you ever wonder why the word 'communist' was never mentioned in one single document that came out of Vatican Council II? The 'Red Menace' was not dead then, it is not dead now. In fact, I would venture to guess that it has firm roots within the Church, choking out the Real Faith for a "false ecumenism" that means 'one world order.'"
   In her column for this issue, Cyndi Cain continues to share the convictions of her Faith that have been confirmed to her after nearly six months of intense prayer and research. It has been a tremendous wake-up call for her and all at The DAILY CATHOLIC for we all have come to the realization that while we were being lulled into a hypnotic state in accepting everything coming out of Rome and whatever the local-speak at the diocesan levels chose to spoon-feed the faithful, the modernists and their agenda began to get bolder in making their goals obvious. Marxism is the ideology the one-world order and one world religion is based on. It is not built on a rock as the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church is, but rather on sand. It will crumble. The question is how many will go down with it? For her column Shedding light on the 'Great Spiritual Darkness!' see SYMPHONY OF SUFFERING

Sifting and shifting the sands of ambiguity

  We have unencyrpted some e-mails that the one, who calls himself the "SpamMaster," tried to sneak past us since we are friends of his great Foe. They are similar to the letters that came into the ownership of one Clive Staples Lewis some 50 years ago. While these recent ones are comparable in scope, they are much more devastating for they come not from one of the devil's helpers, but transmitted by the devil himself. Today things are much worse for the spamMaster has expanded his reach by addressing numerous anonymous of his legion on earth whom he calls soulScanners by number. These intercepted memos from the spamMaster shed light on what the prince of darkness is up to and will help all to stay a step ahead of him and draw closer to the Sacred and Immaculate Hearts. We've titled these "Memorendamns." The title speaks for itself. For the second intercepted Memorendamn entitled The Plum of Plurality, see MEMORENDAMNS

Angling for answers!

  In our commentary for this issue, we point out how there is conspiracy everywhere as those intent on fulfilling the agenda of the world, the flesh and the devil continue their course no matter the consequences, so intent on forcing all to tolerate abortion, sodomy, infidelity, cloning and the whole spectrum of sin. All of this might not have been necessary had the Roman Catholic Church stood on her principals and disciplines that she had always taught. The weakening of the Church in the aftermath of the tidal wave known as Vatican II has left many fish flopping helplessly on the shores of complacency and rationalism with those shepherds, who are supposed to be fishers of men, trolling for earthly wealth and acceptance rather than supernatural treasures and rejection from the world for standing up for Jesus Christ. What would Our Lord say? We tell you in our editorial Fish or cut bait!. For more details, see CATHOLIC PewPOINT

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Thursday-Friday-Saturday-Sunday issue         August 9-12, 2001         volume 12, no. 141

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