Fr. Peter Carota, over at Traditional Catholic Priest reflects upon the lack of reverence given to God in Holy Communion. I love Fr. Carota’s writing. He humbly speaks the truth in such a loving and clear manner.
Originally posted on The Muslim Issue:
African Americans are somehow longing for their true slave-masters, the Muslims, to take charge of them once more. It sounds insane, but they convert to Islam in droves in prisons across the country while in Islam the descendants of Africans in particular, are seen as permanent slaves. Even to this day blacks are referred to as “Abd” (slave) in the Arab world.
Its mind boggling why Islam is allowed in prisons where its being used to radicalize people.
Islam destroyed all of North Africa with forced conversions and the export slave trade of 140 million people for more than 14 centuries. Muslims are active slave owners even to this day across Africa. During the Arab slave trade the treatment of slaves were so bad they survived only 7 years in average. The offspring of Arab rape got killed to avoid a growing African birth rate and the dislike of children…
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Do not cease praying for your children; God’s grace can touch a hardened heart. Commend your children to the Immaculate Heat of Mary. When parents pray rosary, at the end of each decade they should hold the rosary aloft and say to her, “With these beads bind my children to your immaculate Heart,” she will attend to their souls.
Saint Louise de Marillac
We’ve gone Paleo! I’m having lots of fun with it actually. Here are some recipes I’ve tried this week and my entire family enjoyed- including toddlers!
Coconut flour tortillas: not the easiest, I had trouble getting the pan at just the right temp and flipping at the right time but they were really good and folded nicely. Next time I would triple the recipe since one batch only makes about 3 small tortillas.
Kale Chips: Incredibly simple. I don’t know why I’ve never made these before.
And my very own recipe (inspired by this one) sweet potatoes fries:
- 4 large sweet potatoes washed, sliced but not peeled,
- place on baking sheet and season with: onion powder, chili powder, garlic powder, paprika, cinnamon, cumin, salt, pepper, red pepper (I never measure just sprinkle it on).
- Drizzle olive oil or coconut oil over potatoes and bake at 400 till tender
- Drizzle some pure maple syrup on top and enjoy.
“Artists need to be philandering boozers held to catholic artistic standards.”
My brother upon talented secularist artists.