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In this series of studies for the month of May we will focus on Marian topics. The first topic will be a high level overview of the: Modern Marian Apparitions“to the World”1830–2030 The modern Marian apparitions start in 1830 in Paris France. Specifically at 140 Rue de Bac in Paris France. In this first of [...]
In my previous post I used a car analogy for how willing people are to get this experimental injection. https://usralls.org/shakespeare-and-vaccines/ As I was pondering the latest information another analogy came to mind. Let me digress for a brief moment as I describe a really great twilight zone episode back in the late 50s and early [...]
If Shakespeare were alive today he would probably have Hamlet say "To vaccinate or not to vaccinate, that is the question?" This meme on the right offers some humor into a tragedy I suffered last year (much like the tragedies of many of Shakespeare's characters). Last year I attempted to change the oil and top [...]
When I asked my wife, Vicki, if she wanted to go for a hike. Her only question was "where to." Knowing that vitamin-D is a good thing to have these days as a preventative for catching the virus, I said "Anywhere there's sun." She declined, and so I decided a long hike it would be. [...]
Updated 7 April 2021, Divine Mercy Sunday - It's a time that Jesus has promised to extend His Divine Mercy to all people. It is available to all Christians.
Fr. Mark Goring's latest YouTube describes two small fragments retrieved recently from the Dead Sea Scrolls. Listen to his podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOOAnZTKrWY After hearing the two verses, I do think God is trying to get our attention. Here is the one verse that is very appropro to today's world: These are the things you are to [...]
JUST IN - Gov. Abbott ends the statewide mask mandate in Texas and announces all businesses in the state can reopen. "With the medical advancements of vaccines and antibody therapeutic drugs, Texas now has the tools to protect Texans from the virus,” said Governor Abbott. "We must now do more to restore livelihoods and normalcy [...]
Valentine became famous for marrying couples who were in love but couldn’t get legally married in Rome during the reign of Emperor Claudius II, who outlawed weddings. One common story about St. Valentine is that in one point of his life, as the former Bishop of Terni, Narnia and Amelia, he was on house arrest [...]
Can a man who has committed crimes of treason become a President of the United States? According to some, there is a person who holds the highest office in the land who has committed treasonous acts. To clarify though, committing treason and being convicted of treason are two different events. Until a man is convicted [...]