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Filling Quivers Or - Raising ArrowsFilling Quivers Psalm 127:3-5 Products | Teespring
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3 days ago by pfhawkins
My Catholic Faith - Chapter 69 - Indefectibility of the Church
MY CATHOLIC FAITH The Catholic Church will endure to the end of time, for it is founded on a rock. The powers of evil will beat in vain against it. They will break themselves and perish, but the Church will remain, indefectible.
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3 days ago by pfhawkins
The Ultimate SEO Audit [Works GREAT in 2018]
Today I’m going to show you exactly how to do an SEO audit. In fact, this is the same process that’s helped me grow my organic traffic 74.8% over the last year.
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3 days ago by pfhawkins
21 Goals of the Illuminati and The Committee of 300 by Dr. John Coleman (ca. 1993)
1. To establish a One World Government/New World Order with a unified church and monetary system under their direction.
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3 days ago by pfhawkins
Developing the Brand Messaging Toolkit | Altitude Marketing
So what is your brand? It’s a big question with a multifaceted answer, but, most simply, it’s your promise to your customers. Your brand is the combination of visual, verbal and emotional attributes that define your company and distinguish it from the competition.
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10 days ago by pfhawkins
Tradition is Our Response to Scandal | liturgy guy
The following guest post was written by Chris Lauer, co-chair of the Charlotte Latin Mass Community. Chris was the procurator for the group Coetus Fidelium that worked diligently for the return of a weekly traditional Latin Mass to Charlotte, North Carolina in 2013.
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10 days ago by pfhawkins
Core Glassware Cocktail Glasses - WebstaurantStore
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11 days ago by pfhawkins
Core 5 oz. Coupe Cocktail Glass - 12/Case
This glass is perfect for serving cocktails accented by exciting garnishes, or for an unexpected appetizer or dessert display. Highlight your cocktails with fresh fruit, skewers, or beverage parasols, and decorate the rim of the glass with colorful rim salts or sugars.
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13 days ago by pfhawkins
Call Me Jorge...: the Frankfurt School — an extension of Talmudic Judaism
Below is an excerpt from the private paper, Georg Lukács and the Frankfurt School: A Case of Secular Messianism by Joseph B. Maier, the last member of the Frankfurt School. It was made public in 1989 when published in the book, Georg Lukács: Theory, Culture, and Politics.
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14 days ago by pfhawkins
Special Report: The Martini Pope — Catholic Family News
“Italy Hails Liberal Cardinal Martini, who wanted Catholic Church to Change. That was the headline from the Boston Globe, September 4, 2012, on the death of Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini. The world’s press was of one voice eulogizing the former Archbishop of Milan, once seen as Papal contender.
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18 days ago by pfhawkins
The Man Who Was "Ante-Pope" - Crisis Magazine
Martini was the leading antagonist to Popes John Paul II and Benedict—a Jesuit famous for groaning that the Church was “200 years behind.” In Night Conversations with Cardinal Martini, he cringed at the “major damage” caused by Humanae Vitae.
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18 days ago by pfhawkins
Goodbye, King Pope. The Progressivists' Plan at the Conclave
The influential lobby of Fr. Dossetti's followers re-launches the Church reform proposed unsuccessfully at the 1978 conclaves. And it instructs the next pope in what to do during his first hundred days
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18 days ago by pfhawkins
The role of the Charismatic Renewal in the Catholic Church
Advisor: Dr. Kent Lasnoski What is the role of the Charismatic Renewal in the Church? This movement was started in 1967 with the idea of increasing the Faithfull’s relationship with God through the charisms of the Holy Spirit.
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19 days ago by pfhawkins
Pope Francis and McCarrick: where does the evidence lead? | CatholicHerald.co.uk
Archbishop Viganò made four major claims. But do the facts support them? Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò’s testimony, published on Saturday, goes on for 7,000 words and names 32 public figures, mostly to denounce them.
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21 days ago by pfhawkins
How The Pederasty Cover-Up Makes Civil War Within The Catholic Church
Sixteen years ago, reporters at The Boston Globe conducted an extensive investigation of the sexual abuse of minors by priests in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston.
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21 days ago by pfhawkins
The Hard Questions Remain, but Who Will Ask Them?
A putsch. A conservative coup. A rabbit hole. An anti-gay witch-hunt. A hatred of Pope Francis and all that he has taught. Those are just a few of the responses from the critics of Archbishop Carlo Viganò’s 11-page “testimony,” published Aug.
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21 days ago by pfhawkins
John Clayton Nienstedt, Jr.: The (Un)Ma(s)king of an Archbishop
Francis, the Bishop of Rome, accepted the resignation of John Clayton Nienstedt, Jr. as Archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis on June 15, 2015.Edmund Casimir Szoka (right), Karol Józef Wojtyła, (center), and John Clayton Nienstedt, Jr.
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22 days ago by pfhawkins
The Strange Case of Archbishop Nienstedt – Part One | AKA Catholic
[The following is the first in a two-part series of articles that appeared in The Catholic Inquisitor, July and August 2018.
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22 days ago by pfhawkins
Skim reading is the new normal. The effect on society is profound | Maryanne Wolf | Opinion | The Guardian
Look around on your next plane trip. The iPad is the new pacifier for babies and toddlers. Younger school-aged children read stories on smartphones; older boys don’t read at all, but hunch over video games. Parents and other passengers read on Kindles or skim a flotilla of email and news feeds.
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22 days ago by pfhawkins
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Having used Vue at my current workplace, I had a fairly solid understanding of how it all worked. I was, however, curious to know what the grass was like on the other side of the fence — the grass in this scenario being React.
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22 days ago by pfhawkins
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1. The task of a bishop is to protect from damnation the souls of those confided to his pastoral care. All other episcopal responsibilities are trivial beside this. Indeed, he has no other responsibilities that are not wholly subordinated to this end.
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22 days ago by pfhawkins
The Realities of Drop Shipping With No Credit: Here's What to Do
One of the most common mental roadblocks is wondering if you can start drop shipping with no credit. It’s something that stops people from building their eCommerce business and something I’m asked about often: Maybe you screwed up your credit, overspent or didn’t pay your bills.
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24 days ago by pfhawkins
Everything You Need to Know About Wine Cocktails - Eater
Now the butt of jokes, wine coolers are made from a combination of wine, fruit juice, carbonated water, and sometimes sugar. But trace the history of the wine cooler and it leads to the wine spritzers of Eastern Europe and tintos de verano of Spain.
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24 days ago by pfhawkins
Hugo tips: How to create author pages | Netlify
Ever wondered how to create an author page in Hugo that displays the author’s name, their bio, and a list of their articles, like Wordpress does? It can be done ? Hugo includes support for user-defined groupings of content called taxonomies.
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28 days ago by pfhawkins
Feast Of The Immaculate Heart of Mary – August 22nd | Traditional Catholic Priest
Just as devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus is only a form of devotion to the adorable Person of Jesus, so also is devotion to the Holy Heart of Mary but a special form of devotion to Mary.
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
St. Bernard and the Theology of Crusade – The Josias
On Easter Sunday in 1146 at Vézelay, King Louis VII took the Cross of crusade. He had announced his intention to go to Jerusalem to his court at Christmas, and it was decided that the court would meet again at Vézelay, with those who would take the Cross doing so at Easter.
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Uncover Low-Value Content and Stay Ahead of the Latest Google Updates - Moz
With an almost endless succession of Google updates fluctuating the search results, it’s pretty clear that substandard content just won’t cut it. I know, I know — we can’t all keep up with the latest algorithm updates.
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The Remnant Newspaper - Saul Alinsky and "Saint" Pope Paul VI: Genesis of the Conciliar Surrender to the World
The Revolutionary Fellowship of Pope Montini, Jacques Maritain and Saul Alinsky This article, adapted from a presentation given at the 2018 symposium of the Roman Forum at Lake Garda, examines the origin of the current unparalleled crisis in the Church at its origin: the neo-Modernist uprising
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Practicing Satanists In the Hierarchy of the Institutional/Antichurch: The Other Shoe That Still Needs To Drop – And Will, Eventually | Barnhardt
I watched the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s presser live yesterday, and knew as I was watching it that I was witnessing an event that will go down in history. A watershed moment.  I am also so very vivified – quickened, if you will – by all of this.  Think about it, folks.
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5 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Mystics of the Church: Edvige Carboni
The webmaster would like to gratefully thank Mrs. Angelica Avcikurt for translating from the original Italian & Spanish the inspiring and informative passages below. May God reward her for her efforts. Edvige Carboni was an extraordinary mystic.
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5 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The History and Saga of Miracleman (The Artist Formerly Known as Marvelman @ WorldsGreatestCritic.com)
Who is Miracleman? The quickest and easiest answer is that Miracleman was a relatively derivative British Superhero whose colorful exploits graced the pages of UK weekly (and later monthly) black and white comic strip programs between the years of 1954 and 1963.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Shopify SEO: The Definitive Guide (2018) - (2018)
Are you using Shopify as the webshop system to sell your product? Do you want to sell more products and outrank your competitors?  Then read this definitive guide on how to optimize your Shopify shop for the search engines!
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
A History of Black Bartenders — THE BITTER SOUTHERNER
The reporter was there because Beck was white, his bar catered to a white clientele, and Deal was, as the Enquirer put it, “a fine looking young colored man.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The 10-Step Content Marketing Checklist - Copyblogger
Everyone knows that content marketing is the “new” marketing approach that all the cool kids are supposed to be doing. Coca-Cola is doing it, IKEA is doing it, Copyblogger has been doing and talking about it for six years now, so it’s a no-brainer, right?
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
How to Architect Your Day to Be More Productive - Copyblogger
When I sat down to write this post, I drew a blank. I knew what I wanted to write about, but the words just weren’t there. My head was empty — a smooth, cavernous zilch.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
What is wrong with Homeopahy
What is wrong with HOMEOPATHY? James Manjackal MSFS Many people write and ask me, "What is wrong with Homeopathy? Can a Christian use it? Is it connected with new age and esotheric?" etc. I must say that I have not made a deep study on this subject.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Entrepreneurs Gain Support Through LEAP Funding > Lansing Economic Area Partnership - LEAP
Lansing, MI – The three county Lansing area is a great place for entrepreneurs to grow their ideas, due to strong ecosystem support.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
On the Utility and Necessity of Prohibiting Harmful Books – The Josias
To protect the faithful from pernicious ideas, Pope Paul IV established the Index of Prohibited Books, which remained in use as a safeguard for the protection of public morals from 1559 A.D. until the reorganization of the Holy Office under Bl. Pope Paul VI in 1966 A.D.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The Magisterial Weight of the New Text of the Catechism on the Death Penalty – The Josias
In view of the uproar caused by Pope Francis’ decision to alter the text of the Catechism on the death penalty, it may be helpful to pause and consider the magisterial weight or degree of teaching authority exercised by the pope in promulgating this text and the corresponding response due to this
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Padre Peregrino What Catholics Are Missing in the Death Penalty Debate -
WAIT. WAIT. WAIT.  Before skimming this article to see if you like my conclusion on the death penalty, please realize that this blog post is a work on systematic theology, not moral theology. Systematic theology is a consideration of the levels dogma in the Catholic Church.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Pope Francis and Capital Punishment | Edward Feser | First Things
In a move that should surprise no one, Pope Francis has once again appeared to contradict two millennia of clear and consistent scriptural and Catholic teaching.
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Data-mining medieval text reveals medically bioactive ingredients - MIT Technology Review
The Lylye of Medicynes is a 15th-century manuscript residing in the Bodleian Library in Oxford, England. It is a Middle English translation of an earlier Latin treatise on disease, containing case studies and treatment recipes.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The Future of SEO Has Never Been Clearer (nor more ignored) | SparkToro
I can’t recall a time over the past fifteen years where the next five years in the world of search engines and SEO seemed as clear and obvious as they do today.
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7 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Contraception: The Bible and Early Fathers :: Catholic News Agency
Gen 1:28, 9:1,7; 35:11 - from the beginning, the Lord commands us to be fruitful ("fertile") and multiply. A husband and wife fulfill God's plan for marriage in the bringing forth of new life, for God is life itself. Gen.
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7 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Vonnegut: How To Write With Style – Novelr
This article orginally appeared in Palm Sunday (New York, Dial Press 1999) from pages 65 to 72, 9 years before Vonnegut’s death. I thought I’d share it here. Newspaper reporters and technical writers are trained to reveal almost nothing about themselves in their writings.
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8 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The Future of SEO: It's Not What You’re Expecting
What do you think the future of SEO is? And no, I am not talking about what Google will look like 10 years from now… I’m talking about how you’ll be able to rank your site in the future.
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8 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The CIA Democrats: Part one - World Socialist Web Site
An extraordinary number of former intelligence and military operatives from the CIA, Pentagon, National Security Council and State Department are seeking nomination as Democratic candidates for Congress in the 2018 midterm elections.
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8 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Harness the Power of Static Site Generators to Create Presentations | Forestry.io
As a developer evangelist, I make a lot of presentations. Over the years, I’ve used a variety of different drag-and-drop tools to make slides including Powerpoint, Keynote and Google Docs. I’ve also used more developer-friendly frameworks like Reveal.js. For me, Reveal.js takes the cake.
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8 weeks ago by pfhawkins
How to Write Facebook Ads that Get Approved
If you’ve spent any time in marketing discussion groups, you’ve probably heard how difficult it can be to get Facebook to approve your ads … depending on which industry you’re in. But when you look at ads from Facebook’s point of view, things seem a lot more reasonable.
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8 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Two Altars, One Cathedral: St. Patrick's, New York City ~ Liturgical Arts Journal
For quite some while I've had it in mind to consider the two historical forms of high altar that have graced the sanctuary of St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York City.
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8 weeks ago by pfhawkins
“Humanae vitae”, Paul VI’s secret survey - La Stampa
Paul VI, in October 1967, during the first Synod of Bishops held in the Vatican, had the Cardinal Secretary of State ask for an opinion on contraception in view of the publication of the encyclical. Only 26 of the 200 bishops present produced a written response.
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8 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The Rad Trad: Rite of Gricigliano
You have heard of the Rite of Econe. It is the 1962 liturgy with bows toward the Cross, St. Joseph in the Canon, the Confiteor before Communion, perhaps birettas in the sanctuary, and, in some daring places, no kneeling at the prayer for the Jews on Good Friday.
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8 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The Rad Trad: The Transitional Missal, Revisited
During Benedict XVI's interesting pontificate liturgical dilettantes began clamoring for a merger of the 1962 Roman rite (which rite that is) with the rite of Paul VI.
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8 weeks ago by pfhawkins
21 Easy Instant Pot Recipes That’ll Basically Cook Themselves
We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.
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9 weeks ago by pfhawkins
3 reasons why customers stop paying for Hotjar (and cost us 1/3 of our annual revenue)
We have a revenue retention problem at Hotjar. On average, for every 100$ of Monthly Recurring Revenue (MRR) being newly generated on a given day, $32 is lost one year after (which means we’re left with $68 of MRR).
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9 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Opus Dei
Dan Brown's best-selling novel, The Da Vinci Code, has given worldwide notoriety to an influential, growing Roman Catholic religious movement: Opus Dei (which means "the work of God"). Is it true, as Brown claims, that Opus Dei is a powerful, ruthless, secret cult within the Catholic Church?
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9 weeks ago by pfhawkins
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Opus Dei And The Da Vinci Code Part i By Lee Penn SCP JOURNAL 29:2-29:3 an Brown's best-selling novel, The Da Vinci Code, has given worldwide notoriety to an influential, growing Roman Catholic religious movement: Opus Dei (which means "the work of God").
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Liturgy and Laity by Alcuin Reid | Articles | First Things
In 1965, Evelyn Waugh wrote to the archbishop of Westminster of the growing tide of liturgical changes: “Every attendance at Mass leaves me without comfort or edification. I shall never, pray God, apostatize but church-going is now a bitter trial.”
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10 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Freelancer Reading List | The Best Books for Freelancers and Consultants
There are a number of books that I recommend that you read to further your development as a consultant: Work The System — An amazing book on Standard Operating Procedures and how to use them in your business.
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10 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Why Sacred Liturgy’s modernization has resulted in abandonment of 10 commandments, Gospels | Blogs | LifeSite
July 6, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Tomorrow marks the eleventh anniversary of the promulgation of Pope Benedict XVI’s motu proprio Summorum Pontificum, which has yielded countless fruits but is still ignored by all too many, who will have to answer to God for their lack of responsiveness to this wis
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10 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Political Moderates Are Lying - Quillette
Cultural anthropologist Margaret Mead once suggested that we should “never doubt that a small group of thoughtful citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” Mead is largely correct. Change is wrought by those willing to lead or force others toward it.
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10 weeks ago by pfhawkins
RORATE CÆLI: The 50th Anniversary of Paul VI's First Italian MassSome hard truths about the "1965 Missal" and the Liturgical Reform
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the first "Mass in Italian" to be ever celebrated, an event deemed important enough to be celebrated by the current Pope with a special commemorative Mass at the same church in Rome (Parrocchia di Ognissanti, Via Appia Nuova, 244) where it took place.
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11 weeks ago by pfhawkins
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The Amplification Approach BONUS Section Hey there First off thanks for requesting this exclusive bonus video Here you can see me breaking down a readers website and the exact (and simple) math behind why its far more effective to promote instead of create Seriously-it will blow your mind once you
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11 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Side Hustle Idea: Earn $300+ per Month Selling Email Newsletter Sponsorships - Side Hustle Nation
Today’s post is a contribution from Simon Cave, blogger at TheBecomer.com and a long time Side Hustle Nation reader. This is actually a really interesting and timely topic because I was actually thinking of starting a “newsletter-first” side hustle later this year. Stay tuned for that!
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11 weeks ago by pfhawkins
New Order of Evangelizing Brothers Launched July 3
It’s remarkable how electrifying faith can be once the Holy Spirit jumps in. It can even lead a person to do crazy things like spontaneously evangelize in a sandwich shop. And why not? People eating sandwiches need Jesus too.
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11 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Selective papal adulation: Are we holding fast to the faith, or playing favorites? | Blogs | LifeSite
LifeSiteNews) – Today in the United States of America, it is, of course, Independence Day.
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11 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Conversion of Alphonse Ratisbonne II - Baron Theodore de Bussieres
On leaving Father de Villefort, we went to give thanks to God, first at S. Maria Maggiore [St. Mary Major], the favored basilica of the Blessed Virgin, and then at St. Petert’s.
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Conversion of Alphonse Ratisbonne I - Baron Theodore de Bussieres
Below is Odou’s selection from Bussières’ original narrative written in 1842 entitled, The Conversion of Marie-Alphonse Ratisbonne. The book, at a certain point, takes the form of a diary. A piece of information not included in this report but useful to understand is that Mr.
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11 weeks ago by pfhawkins
A061 II Sunday of Advent, sermon 3
From: Angel of the Judgment: A Life of Vincent Ferrer, by S.M.C., Ave Maria Press. Chapter XI, pp. 102-117.  This entire chapter consists of the third of the sermons given on the second Sunday in Advent; on the last judgment.    Our sermon will.
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11 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Creating a budget with inconsistent income
A while back I wrote a pretty thorough article on how to make a budget, but it didn’t really answer the question of how to set up a budget when you don’t have a regular paycheck. Interestingly, I seem to get this question a lot.
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11 weeks ago by pfhawkins
What Happened When I Replied “Call Me” To Every Email I Got For A Week
Like many people, the phone is a tool of last resort. I’d rather text or Slack or email or carrier pigeon. But I’ve noticed that many of the most successful, productive people I’ve met are what you might call “phone-prone.” If you send them a text, they call you instead of texting back.
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11 weeks ago by pfhawkins
How to Make $1,000 a Month Using Amazon FBA (Fulfillment by Amazon)
Do you love to shop and take advantage of great deals? Are you considering starting a side business to bring in extra money? If so, this opportunity to earn money by shopping for items to resell might be right up your alley: Amazon’s Fulfillment by Amazon program (FBA).
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11 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Learn This Skill to Advance Your Career as a Writer
There are writers. And then there are professional writers. Over my career as a writer and editor, I’ve noticed one key factor that enables writers to perform their craft professionally.
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Sermon of Saint Vincent Ferrer on the End Times -     OUR LADY'S RESISTANCE
The third clause says that there will be signs in the stars. In the Sacred Scriptures "star" signifies "light-giving"; and so it is the appellation of Masters, Doctors, and Licentiates in Theology.
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11 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Full Content Hugo Feeds · Random Geekery
Hugo defaults to filling your RSS file with the summary of every post. I prefer the full content of the most recent posts. Today I make my RSS feed reflect my preferences. Hugo RSS feeds have minor quirks that annoy me.
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11 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Reclaiming RSS – Aral Balkan
RSS like its 1999. Before Twitter, before algorithmic timelines filtered our reality for us, before surveillance capitalism, there was RSS: Really Simple Syndication.
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