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The New FBI Agency Everyone Forgot – Did Adam Schiff Just Get Caught in an Elaborate Counterintelligence Sting?… | The Last Refuge
By now everyone is likely aware of the Fake News story run by CNN on Friday surrounding an email received by Donald Trump Jr.
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16 hours ago by pfhawkins
Fr Hunwicke's Mutual Enrichment: Will he never stop ... (1)
PF thinks the traditional translations of the Oratio Dominica need to be changed. Lead us not into temptation displeases him. Why should God lead people into temptation to sin? Obviously, this must be a Bad Translation. Would May we not be led into temptation be better?
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19 hours ago by pfhawkins
RORATE CÆLI: Sermon for the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary
From the Gospel of St. Luke “Hail, Mary, full of grace. The Lord is with thee.
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yesterday by pfhawkins
The Best Rum for Old-Fashioneds
The Old-Fashioned is having a bright moment in the spotlight lately—which is amusing on some levels, as it’s the original cocktail recipe, dating back more than 200 years. Containing just whiskey, sugar, bitters, and an orange peel, the Old-Fashioned cocktail is dead simple.
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yesterday by pfhawkins
Traditional Catholicism in Nigeria (Crede, ut intelligas): Genesis 3:15: “He shall crush thy head” or “She shall crush they head”?
Once again, please be patient. It is a long discussion, but a very serious one. 6. Pope Piux IX said in his bull on the Immaculate Conception that Mary is intimately united to Christ so that it is not her alone but her with Christ who defeats Satan.
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yesterday by pfhawkins
The Radical Catholic: Not Traditionalist, Simply Catholic: An Interview with Fr. Bernhard Gerstle (FSSP)
Over at OnePeterFive, Maike Hickson provides a few choice quotations from a recent interview with Fr. Bernhard Gerstle of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP).
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3 days ago by pfhawkins
Hell is Real and Souls Really Go There | liturgy guy
The following homily was given by Father Timothy Reid for the 1st Sunday of Advent. Fr. Reid is pastor of St. Ann Catholic Church and a priest of the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina. It is presented here with his permission.
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3 days ago by pfhawkins
Authentic Magisterium and Religious Submission - OnePeterFive
In the discussions prompted by the recent news about the publication in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis (AAS) of two documents pertaining to the interpretation of Amoris laetitia, many people seem to have picked up the idea that the Authentic Magisterium is infallible, as if this were a case of Roma loc
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3 days ago by pfhawkins
Browse Smarter with Ghostery 8 - Ghostery
We are very excited to introduce Ghostery 8, the most advanced privacy tool in the world!  This new version of Ghostery has been many months in the making, as we brought together the combined technical expertise (not to mention uncommonly good looks) of the Cliqz and Ghostery teams.
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3 days ago by pfhawkins
Moved Permanently
Aim The Diurnal has six main sections - the most important is towards the middle, and labelled 'The Psalter arranged for the week'. If you are using a different edition of the Diurnal, the page numbers might be different, or it may be missing some of the material I mention.
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4 days ago by pfhawkins
What We Know About The Russia-Clinton Uranium Deal So Far Is Crazy
In 2013, Russia’s state-run uranium monopoly, Rosatom, purchased a Canadian mining company, Uranium One, in which it had previously held a controlling interest.
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5 days ago by pfhawkins
Victim's Testimony Reveals Establishment-Connected East Coast Trafficking Network | Zero Hedge
Allegations of sex abuse that began with Harvey Weinstein on the West Coast have incrementally shifted towards facets of the political, economic and media spheres of the U.S. Eastern seaboard.
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5 days ago by pfhawkins
The Tragedy Of German Conservatism - Social Matter
As the “Flaming Youth” of America slept around and drank bathtub gin during the heady days of Prohibition, their European counterparts in Paris and Berlin were busy engaging in even more debauched pleasures.
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6 days ago by pfhawkins
The Scalp-Taking of Gen. Flynn – Consortiumnews
Exclusive: The Russia-gate prosecutors have taken the scalp of ex- National Security Adviser (and retired Lt. Gen.) Flynn for lying to the FBI. But this case shows how dangerously far afield this “scandal” has gone, reports Robert Parry.
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7 days ago by pfhawkins
UserMuse - Better connections for better products
UserMuse curates research panels for business app developers. Get paid for feedback on tools you use.
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8 days ago by pfhawkins
Fall of Roman Empire caused by 'contagion of homosexuality' - Telegraph
Roberto De Mattei, 63, the deputy head of the country's National Research Council, claimed that the empire was fatally weakened after conquering Carthage, which he described as "a paradise for homosexuals".
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8 days ago by pfhawkins
www.linkedin.com
Cartoonist, author, and entrepreneur Scott Adams is best-known as the creator of Dilbert. Less-known is his status as a business, self-help, and pop-philosophy writer. He's also had successes and instructive failures in businesses that most people haven't even heard of.
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11 days ago by pfhawkins
www.linkedin.com
Advertising is a form of persuasion. It is the task of ad pros to make their clients’ products and services more appealing to potential customers. An ad may be funny, provocative, thought-provoking, emotional, or inspiring. But it MUST be persuasive. That’s what we’re hired to do.
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11 days ago by pfhawkins
Cardinal Oddi on Fatima's Third Secret, the Second Vatican Council, and Apostasy - OnePeterFive
Cardinal Silvio Oddi, who died in 2001, was one of the most outspoken conservative prelates of his time. He also has a special place in the history of the debate about the message of Fatima, inasmuch as he insistently tried to get Pope John XXIII to publish the Third Secret of Fatima.
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12 days ago by pfhawkins
Protestantism, Modernism, Atheism - Crisis Magazine
“The reality of the apostasy of faith in our time rightly and profoundly frightens us,” said Cardinal Burke in honor of Fatima’s centenary. In 1903, Pope St.
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12 days ago by pfhawkins
onepeterfive.com
In the middle of the fourth century, Saint Jerome remarked that the world “awoke with a groan to find itself Arian.
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13 days ago by pfhawkins
[SUPREME RED PILL] Comprehensive breakdown of the Net Neutrality Repeal... "will NOT allow ISP's to BLOCK/THROTTLE CONTENT!" ***AIRHORN*** (flag emoji x3) : The_Donald
If an ISP that also sells video services degrades the speed or quality of competing “Over the Top” video services (such as Netflix),526 that conduct could be challenged as anticompetitive foreclosure. How about a sticky?
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13 days ago by pfhawkins
Newman's Development of Christian Doctrine, Part 1 - Catholicism.org
(July, 1846) Our readers do not need to be informed that the distinguished author of this work on the development of Christian doctrine, has, within the last year, been admitted to the communion of the holy Catholic Church; for who has not heard of the event, and what Catholic heart has it not f
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14 days ago by pfhawkins
Pay Caesar His Due – The Magazine on Medium – Medium
Disclaimer: I am not an accountant, and my advice about what to look out for should not constitute legal or tax advice. Consult a professional after learning the kinds of questions you should ask before and after a crowdfunding project.
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15 days ago by pfhawkins
Challenging the Rehabilitation of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Crisis Magazine
As the sixtieth anniversary of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin’s death approaches this April, a renewed interest in his thought has found its way into the popular consciousness.
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18 days ago by pfhawkins
The Radical Catholic: On the Raison d'Être of Modernism
[Note: This post was born out of a recent discussion on the always thoughtful and engaging OnePeterFive with fellow Catholic Murray. As my response grew too long to post in the discussion thread, I decided to place it here rather than clog up the board over there. -RC] St.
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18 days ago by pfhawkins
Crazy Days and Nights: Today's Blind Items - St. Charles House Of Horrors
It is still there. It is still owned by the same people who have owned the house for hundreds of years. There is a sprawling house on St. Charles Street in New Orleans that has been used by politicians and celebrities as a secret pleasure den for almost 100 years.
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19 days ago by pfhawkins
Christmas Without Santa Claus
Editor's Note: Each year around Christmastime we post this short, personal Christmas reflection which offers an alternative custom to the celebration of the great Feast.
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20 days ago by pfhawkins
Getting Started with Microservices using Go, gRPC and Kubernetes - Outcrawl
This article aims to provide a simple introduction to building microservices in Go, using gRPC, and deploying them to a Kubernetes cluster. It shows how to set up two containerized, scalable services, talking to each other using request/response mechanism.
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20 days ago by pfhawkins
The Latin Mass Magazine: The Journal of Catholic Culture and Tradition - Articles
By “a wide and generous application” of the directives contained in Quattuor abhinc annos the Holy Father evidently meant that far more bishops, even all bishops, should make Mass according to the 1962 Missal available for all who request it, and that some of the absurdly restrictive norms cont
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22 days ago by pfhawkins
Liturgical Revolution | Articles: Liturgy: John XXIII/Pius XII changes | Traditional Latin Mass Resources
The New Mass just was the final stage of a long process. In the Old Testament, God Himself, so to speak, is the liturgist: He specifies the most minute details of the worship which the faithful had to render to Him.
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22 days ago by pfhawkins
Web Truths: The web is better than any other platform as it is backwards compatible and fault tolerant | Christian Heilmann
This has been the mantra of any web standards fan for a very long time. The web gets a lot of praise as it is to a degree the only platform that has future-proofing built in. This isn’t a grandiose statement. We have proof.
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22 days ago by pfhawkins
Introibo Ad Altare Dei: Distorting Sedevacantism
The arguments against sedevacantism have grown increasingly weaker over the years. Having been a Traditionalist for 36 years, I've seen the arguments come tumbling down as more and more evidence proves that the See of Peter has been vacant since the death of Pope Pius XII.
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24 days ago by pfhawkins
Was It Better Back Then? | Commonweal Magazine
Massimo Faggioli is professor of theology and religious studies at Villanova University. His most recent book is Catholicism and Citizenship. Political Cultures of the Church in the Twenty-First Century (Liturgical Press, 2017). He is a contributing editor to Commonweal.
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26 days ago by pfhawkins
1054: History, Myth, and the Making of a Schism (Full Essay)
This post is a consolidation of an essay written by Nathan Smolin, a PhD Student in Classics at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, originally published in three parts (which can be found here, here, and here).
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28 days ago by pfhawkins
Why Modern Physics Does Not Refute Thomistic Philosophy : Strange Notions
Today some claim that modern physics evinces that Aristotelian-Thomist philosophy is an archaic myth that has outlived its credibility. They say things like, “If Thomist metaphysics contradicts modern physics, then Thomism is false.”
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Between Christ the King and “We Have No King But Caesar” - OnePeterFive
This month of November begins with the great Solemnity of All Saints. But in the traditional Roman calendar, All Saints is preceded shortly before by an even greater feast—that of Christ the King, the One who creates and sanctifies the citizens, ambassadors, and soldiers of His Kingdom.
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Study: Masculine Men Prefer Feminine Women | Chateau Heartiste
Many studies have shown that women’s judgments of men’s attractiveness are affected by changes in levels of sex hormones. Alpha fux, beta bux.
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
ODAN - Leopards in the Temple
Leopards break into the temple and drink the sacrificial chalices dry. This happens again and again, repeatedly. Finally it can be counted on beforehand and becomes part of the ceremony. In a packed St.
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The devil has declared open war against celibacy, marriage, and the Eucharist. Here’s why. | Blogs | LifeSite
November 7, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) -- Many readers will have seen this quotation from a letter written by Sister Lucia, the Fatima visionary: “The final battle between the Lord and the reign of Satan will be about marriage and the family.
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Black Cherry Bourbon Cola Cocktail Recipe — Guardian Life — The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper – Nigeria and World News
This black cherry bourbon cola smash cocktail is perfect for hot summer evenings: super-refreshing, simple, a little sweet, and popular with everyone.
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Mai-Kai cocktail review: The Big Bamboo features big flavors, unique history | The AtomicGrog.com Blog
Of all The Mai-Kai’s legendary tropical drinks, one of the very best was never available to the general public. Rather, the Big Bamboo is believed to have been an exclusive treat for members of the Okole Maluna Society, whose challenge was to try every cocktail on the extensive menu.
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The web design process in 7 simple steps | Webflow Blog
When it comes to content, SEO is only half the battle.Once your website’s framework is in place, you can start with the most important aspect of the site: the written content. Content serves two essential purposes: Purpose 1.
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
What You Need To Know About Priestly Celibacy | Traditional Roman Catholic Thoughts
As is pretty typical when it comes to certain topics circulating within Catholic media, I am late to the party, again. A couple of weeks ago,  Pope Francis began investigating whether to allow married men to become priests within the Roman Rite.
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4 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Superstition, Dissent, and Scandal? A brief defense of Fr. Thomas Weinandy – Catholic World Report
Some pundits from both progressive and orthodox quarters have been quick to criticize and even condemn Fr. Weinandy and his missive to the Pope.Thus, a brief defense of Fr. Weinandy is in order. Fr. Thomas Weinandy, OFM Cap.
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5 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Catholics and non-Catholics Receive Communion Together in “Ecumenical Mass” Promoted by Turin Archdiocese - Veritas Vincit: The Truth Shall Prevail
The group “Spezzare il pane” (“Breaking the Bread”) in the archdiocese of Turin, Italy, has officially started with the celebration of “ecumenical masses” where Holy Communion is distributed to Catholics and non-Catholics.
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Persuasion Booster Pack – johncoelho7
As a student of persuasion techniques, the best author I’ve ever seen on the subject is Scott Adams, creator of Dilbert. Nobody in the universe seems to appreciate the value of persuasion quite like him. Scott posted a wonderful Persuasion Reading List to his Dilbert.
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TPP | A critique of Fr. Weinandy’s letter to the Pope
I began this critique before word came that the author had been asked to resign from his post as theological consultant to the US Conference of Catholic Bishops.
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Summula Pictoria by Daniel Mitsui: SACRED ART and CRYPTOZOOLOGY
I have written in defense of the traditional hagiographies of patristic and medieval times, the wonderful accounts of the miracles and martyrdoms of the saints. Most of them, I contend, are worthy of belief, and all of them deserve the benefit of doubt.
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5 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Adams, The Great Predictor | rolypolywriting
Two years ago in the midst of 2015, I heard Scott Adams describe Trump as a player of 3D chess. It was like he came into my house and opened a window that — listen, first of all, I didn’t even know the window was there, okay? — so I was pretty surprised.
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The Ottaviani Intervention
Letter from Cardinals Ottaviani and Bacci to His Holiness Pope Paul VI September 25th, 1969 Most Holy Father, Having carefully examined, and presented for the scrutiny of others, the Novus Ordo Missae prepared by the experts of the Consilium ad exequendam Constitutionem de Sacra Liturgia, and afte
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5 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Different Numbering Systems of the Psalms, Psalm Numbers, Hebrew vSeptuagint Psalm Numbers, Christian v Catholic Psalm Numbers
In your Bibles and Grail translation some Psalms have a different number in brackets (or in the margin). Some Bibles have a V in the margin and a different number beside it. This other number is the number of the Psalm in the Latin Vulgate translation. Thus V in the margin = Vulgate.
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5 weeks ago by pfhawkins
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Nonprofit media organizations face a constant challenge: They provide high quality journalism for free, but in order to keep doing that, they need to find a steady source of funding.
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Temporal mission of the Holy Ghost; or Reason & revelation [microform]
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The 38 Most Ridiculous Things Martin Luther Ever Wrote | Saint Dominic's Media
s we approach the five hundred year anniversary of the Protestant reformulation on October 31, 2017, it is good for us to look back and examine how that all worked out for them.
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Catholic theologians must set an example of intellectual honesty: A reply to Prof. Robert Fastiggi – Catholic World Report
In order to defend the suggestion that a pope could teach that capital punishment is always and intrinsically immoral, you have to maintain that the Church has for 2000 years been teaching grave moral error.
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Letter to Tosatti: "I Fear We Are in the End Times" - OnePeterFive
Dear friends, enemies, and any other readers, this morning I thought I was going to have a day off.
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5 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The Rise of ``Worse is Better''
Previous: Lisp's Apparent Failures Up: Lisp's Apparent Failures Next: Good Lisp Programming is Hard The Rise of ``Worse is Better'' By Richard Gabriel I and just about every designer of Common Lisp and CLOS has had extreme exposure to the MIT/Stanford style of design.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The celebration of Christ’s Kingship strengthens and evangelizes | DC Latin Mass
The faithful, moreover, by meditating upon these truths, will gain much strength and courage, enabling them to form their lives after the true Christian ideal.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Learning Tree Data Structure – The Renaissance Developer – Medium
When we first start learning to code, it’s common to learn arrays as the “main data structure”. Eventually, we learn hash table too. If you are pursuing a Computer Science degree, you have a Data Structure class, and you also learn Linked Lists, Queues, and Stacks.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
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In 2006, a friend who went to the U.S. a lot told me I had to sign up to this new thing called Facebook. I was 15 years old. Since no one I knew was on there, I quickly forgot about it.
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1986 Declaration against Assisi made by Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop de Castro Mayer
Adopting the liberal religion of Protestantism and of the Revolution, the naturalistic principles of J.J.
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So, your company wants to increase revenue and adoption by making some marketing site tweaks. They want more conversions, more clicks, more shares, and more users. What do they tell you to do first? Well, A/B test! Compare two versions of a page, define a key goal (ex.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
How Many Theologians Have Forgotten the Elements of Faith?
In light of the Filial Correction and its aftermath, we are witnessing how faithful Christians who have always adhered to the Church teachings are being accused of contradicting themselves.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
How Roman Catholics commemorate the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation | OCP
Catholics should commemorate the anniversary of the Protestant Reformation for three important reasons: The impact of the Reformation changed the course of human history.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
How Smartphones Hijack Our Minds - WSJ
So you bought that new iPhone. If you are like the typical owner, you’ll be pulling your phone out and using it some 80 times a day, according to data Apple collects. That means you’ll be consulting the glossy little rectangle nearly 30,000 times over the coming year.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Pope Reported to be Considering Ordination of Married Men to the Priesthood - OnePeterFive
According to the Austrian Catholic website Kath.net, Pope Francis is considering allowing the ordination of so-called viri probati.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
The Filioque in Eastern Orthodox Saints of the West (350-680 A.D.) – Catholic Apología: Scripture Tradition Office
St. Hilary of Poitiers (+350, Feast Day Jan. 13th) writes: “Nor will I infringe upon any one’s liberty of thought in this matter, whether they may regard the Paraclete Spirit as coming from the Father or from the Son [utrum ex Patre an ex Filio Spiritum paracletum putent esse].
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Pope’s liturgy reforms risk taking Catholics ‘back to the 1970s’: liturgy expert | News | LifeSite
ROME, October 24, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — What might be the repercussions of Pope Francis’ public letter to Cardinal Robert Sarah, the Vatican’s liturgy chief, correcting him for seeking to rein in the Pope’s new liturgical decentralization?
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
State of Necessity? Where are we?
This is the essential mission of the Church: to preach the faith, in time and out of time, to provide the sacraments to faithful souls, while guiding them along the way of salvation.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Setting up Webpack, Babel and React from scratch, revisited · Muffin Man
Last summer I wrote this post which quickly became my most popular one to day. With webpack 2 and 3 it got outdated, so I decided to write a new one. I’ll assume you have a basic knowledge of unix terminal, npm and JavaScript.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
6 Ways to Know an Infographic Is the Wrong Format for Your Story
We’re the first to say we love a good infographic. They can be awesome tools to deliver your message because they’re versatile and engaging. But the truth is infographics are not always the answer. Not every story can or should be turned into an infographic.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
How To Bullet Journal Using A Trello Board
If you haven’t heard, Bullet Journals are a fun addition to the productivity space. They first came to prominence by the hyper-organized note takers (bless y’all), but truthfully they’re probably most beneficial for the more scatterbrained among us.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Integralism and Lefebvre – Opus Publicum
I have it on good authority that a new printing of They Have Uncrowned Him, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre’s masterful expose and critique of liberalism, is in the works.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
May the Marriage Bed be Immaculate - Catholic sexual ethics
Note to readers: Be advised that this article contains an explicit discussion of aberrant sexual acts. 1. Serious Errors in Marital Sexual Ethics 2. Initial Analysis of These Errors 3. Natural versus Unnatural 4. The Sacrament of Marriage 5. Completed versus Partial Sexual Acts 6.
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6 weeks ago by pfhawkins
Cunctarum Haeresum Interemptrix: The "disobedience" of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre
Good and devout men of sincere faith and piety can and do disagree about the course of action selected by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.
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7 weeks ago by pfhawkins
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