Author Archives: True Blue 19th century Church of St Lambertus in Immerath, Germany, has been torn down despite public protests, as mosques and Islamic centres multiply across the country.

The huge building, which was “notable for its double towers and neo-Romanesque design”, according to the Catholic Herald, was demolished by the RWE mining company to make way for an opencast lignite mine.

The Secret Paths That Led Ireland’s Catholics to Forbidden Mass

Passages to Salvation from a Time of Persecution.
by Anika Burgess January 10, 2018

“On Ireland’s southwest coast, in County Kerry, there is a small village called Caherdaniel. Nearby, there is a national park, a fort that offers glimpses of the Skellig Islands, and the sloping shores of Derrynane Bay. And, etched into this countryside, is the Caherdaniel Mass Path. Like other such paths around Ireland, this narrow track was used by Catholics to attend mass 300 years ago, during a time of religious persecution.” read more

Holy Smoke! Pope Francis is right!

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Pope Francis, speaking hours before U.S. President Donald Trump’s announcement on Jerusalem, called on Wednesday for the city’s “status quo” to be respected, saying new tension in the Middle East would further inflame world conflicts.

Celebrating God-Given Gender: Masculinity & Femininity per Nature & Grace

I highly endorse this extraordinary work of Dr. Dilsaver on this timely subject. The family is being attacked on all fronts and the subversion of the God-Given roles of male and female, father and mother, is the nadir of unnatural corruption of morals. Who suffers the most? The children! They are the victims, as the author demonstrates so well, of this inversion of the natural order and parental authority. Woe to those who scandalize the little ones! This book does not equivocate one iota. It is as challenging as it is educational. And it is both admonitory and reparative. The Catholic doctor, a clinical psychologist, knows well from experience what he is talking about. One can learn much from reading this work, even regarding biology. Dr. Dilsaver uses a variety of sources to back-up his findings, some of which are very surprising. read more