Sunday, April 23, 2017

Dominica in Albis: How was it that the Body of the Risen Lord was a real Body, if It was able to pass through closed doors into the assembly of His disciples?

From the Holy Gospel according to John
John 20:19-31
In that time: Now when it was late that same day, the first of the week, and the doors were shut, where the disciples were gathered together, for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood in the midst, and said to them: Peace be to you. And so on

Homily by Pope St Gregory the Great.
26th on the Gospels.
When we hear this passage of the Gospel read, a question straightway knocketh at the door of our mind. How was it that the Body of the Risen Lord was a real Body, if It was able to pass through closed doors into the assembly of His disciples? But we ought to know that the works of God are no more wonderful when they can be understood by man's reason, and faith has lost her worth when her subject-matter is the subject-matter of human demonstration. Nevertheless, those very works of our Redeemer which are in themselves impossible to be understood, must be thought over in connection with other of His works, that we may be led to believe in things wonderful, by mean of things more wonderful still. That Body of the Lord, Which came into the assembly of the disciples through closed doors, was the Same, Which at Its birth, had become manifest to the eyes of men by passing out of the cloister of- the Virgin's womb without breaking the seal thereof. What wonder is it if that Body Which had come out of the Virgin's womb, without opening the matrix, albeit It was then on Its way to die, now that It was risen again from the dead and instinct for ever with undying life, what wonder is it, I say, if that Body passed through closed doors?
But Thou Lord

Friday, March 24, 2017

MD Catholic Conference WILL NOT Oppose MD Bill Funding Planned Parenthood

By Georgia Kijesky

Dear Friends for Life ~

Charles County Right to Life reports that the MD State Legislature plans on specially protecting funding for Planned Parenthood in our state by replacing their federal funding with our state tax dollars if the Federal Government follows through with their plan to defund the abortion giant. As of today, 3/24, the bill (HB 1083) passed the house (90-54), a veto-proof majority if Gov. Hogan were to veto the final bill. The companion bill, SB 1081, was given a favorable report by the Senate Budget and Taxation Committee and now awaits a Senate vote. 

The Maryland Catholic Conference (MCC), the lobbying arm of Archdiocese of Washington, Archdiocese of Baltimore and The Diocsese of Wilmington (Eastern shore of MD), 
has publicly stated that theywill not oppose this abomination.
(**Anna Kephart, interviewed in this Baltimore Sun article, showed up & spoke at the St. Mary's Library Board Public meeting this past
Tuesday, wearing her bright, hot pink Planned Parenthood T-Shirt***)

Please contact these Dioceses and express your outrage with the MCC's disregard for this crucial pro-life issue. Then, call your Senator and ask him
to oppose this legislation (see contact info below). 

Also, let your Pastors know the MCC's position concerning their official stance. There is NO mention of these bills on their

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Maryland March for Life Rescheduled for Monday, April 3rd

Maryland March for Life RESCHEDULED 

NEW DATE - The Maryland March for Life has been rescheduled for the evening of Monday, April 3rd, 2017

40 Days for Life founder David Bereit will now speak at the Rally on Lawyer's Mall. 

Additional details will be forthcoming; please be on the lookout for a follow-up email later in the week.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Maryland March for Life Cancelled for Tonight

MD March for Life Cancelled for tonight

A message from the Maryland March for Life:

"Due to safety concerns brought about by the winter weather advisory that will be in effect this evening for most of the state of Maryland, the Maryland March for Life and all surrounding activities are cancelled for Monday, March 13, 2017We are exploring the possibility of rescheduling for an upcoming date--please stay tuned."

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Leonardtown Board Meeting on Sex Ed in public libraries: Eyewitness report from Georgia Kijesky

WOW!! Last night was TRULY something to behold!!!!!! (For those who were unable to be there, and who did 
no see it TV last night, it will be uploaded on YouTube within 24-48 hours for you to view)) 

to all those who helped spread the information of this important event like wildfire!!!! This would not have been
a success without your efforts. 

I awoke this morning with one BIG regret: That I failed to publicly express to all those present last night just how uplifting and consoling it was
to witness so many people [especially MEN] 
come together and speak up for good, wholesome, moral, family values and how PROUD I am to be
a part of such a wonderful, GODLY community!! I was feeling that way throughout the night, tearing up at times as I listened intently to everyone's
genuine, heartfelt opposition to the classes--- repeatedly thanking GOD for 
all you brave warriors---but it never came out because my nervousness & concern to engrave a few one-liners into the
minds of the commissioners & librarians got the better of me. *sigh* Oh well. The most IMPORTANT point was made collectively with
our voices, applause & our presence. It TRULY *was* something to behold!!! 

I was told this morning by a gentleman working there for the past 6 years, that this was the longest public forum he's ever

Now. For the gloomy news:

While we were effective in making noise, HOWEVER, after the meeting, one of our County Commissioners advised us that:


And here's why:

Mr. Blackwell came up to me after the meeting, declaring emphatically: 
"don't worry. I don't plan on doing anything like this for a LOOOOONG time!"
... and without taking a breath, 
he proceeded to ask me what I thought about the library
providing sex ed for parents!!!

WHAT IS WITH THESE PEOPLE AND SEX????????????????????????

Clearly, Satan will not rest until this sick agenda makes its' way into our county. 
So, unfortunately, I'm sorry to report: our fight cannot end here. 
We must continue to put pressure
on either our County Commissioners or State Delegates (or both)
getting them to put into place
protective measures so that we don't have to keep
revisiting this EVERY 6 months!!!! 

I'll keep you posted & ask your continued prayers for this

In Christ the King,

''I charge you in the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who will judge the living and the dead, and by his appearing and his kingly power: proclaim the word; be persistent whether it is convenient or inconvenient; convince, reprimand, encourage through all patience and teaching. For the time will come when people will not tolerate sound doctrine but, following their own desires and insatiable curiosity, will accumulate teachers and will stop listening to the Truth and will be diverted to myths" (2 Timothy 4:1-4). 



Monday, March 6, 2017

Death of Monsignor Richard Hughes of the Archdiocese of Washington

In a letter sent to priests Cardinal Wuerl today announced "with sorrow" the death of Reverend Monsignor Richard A. Hughes on March 6, 2017. He was 88 years old and a resident of Sacred Heart Nursing Home in Hyattsville, Maryland.

Monsignor Hughes was born on October 10, 1928 in Washington DC. His seminary studies were at St. Charles college, Catonsville, Maryland, St. Mary's Seminary, Paca St., Baltimore and at the North American College in Rome with classes at the Gregorian University. He was ordained to the priesthood on December 20, 1952 o'at the Basilica of St. John Lateran in Rome.

His first assignment as parochial vicar was at the church of the Little Flower, Bethesda and in 1962 as parochial vicar at Saint Reese of Avila Parish, Washington, DC. In 1965 he was named pastor of Holy Angels Parish, Avenue, Maryland and in 1968 pastor of Saint Margaret of Scotland Parish, Seat Pleasant, Maryland. He was named pastor of Saint Mark the Evangelist parish, Hyattsville, Maryland in 1970, then pastor of Saint Michael parish, Baden, Md in 1987 and in 1994 as pastor of Saint Mary of the Assumption Parish, Upper Marlboro, Maryland. He retired in 2007 and resided in Mount Calvary Parish,  Forrestville, Maryland. In 2013 he moved into Sacred Heart nursing home, Hyattsville, Maryland.

Monsignor Hughes was named a papal chamberlain a 1972 and domestic prelate in 1978. He served on the Priest Senare, as Censor Librorum for the Archdiocese of Washington and was a member of the archdiocesan Board of Education as parish priest examiner. He was dean of southern Prince George's County, a chaplain of the Maryland Knights of Columbus Councils 4076, 3022, 1955 and on many boards and councils for Prince George's County.

The Vigil will be held on Thursday, March 9, 2017, 3 to 7 PM at St. Mary of the Assumption Parish, Upper Marlboro, Maryland. The vigil Mass will be at 7:30 PM. Cardinal Wuerl will celebrate the funeral Mass at Saint Mary of the Assumption Parish at 10:30 AM on Friday, March 10, 2017. Interment will be at Resurrection Cemetery, Clinton, Maryland.

come together & let our County Commissioners know: WE DO NOT WANT SEX ED IN OUR PUBLIC LIBRARIES: attend meeting March 7

Sex Ed in our Public Libraries will be open for televised discussion with St. Mary County Commissioner's Tuesday night (tomorrow night, March 7th) at 6:30 at the 
Leonardtown Gov't Center, Chesapeake Building at 41770 Baldrigde St., Leonardtown MD 20650

ALL concerned citizens of the state of Maryland are welcome to attend. (Library employees are STATE employees). 

A few of the commissioners confirmed with me (as well as in the below article, page 3)
that they are on our side with this, however, we need to show-up to give them political support for any actions that they
might want to take on this issue.

A County Commissioner also confirmed with me today via text
that "the other side is expected to attend, in numbers" who are trying to make this
"a First Amendment" issue.  

The below article reveals that our Library Board & Directors intend to facilitate Sex-Ed in our library in the future.
This *absolutely* cannot stand.

Libraries usually benefit from silence but, in this case, we must be loud and clear in the correction of their error.

Thank you for visiting.


Kamsahamnida, Dziekuje, Terima kasih, Doh je, Grazie, Tesekur, Gracias, Dank u, Shukran

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