Monday, June 18, 2018

There is the old saying that, “If your mind is too open your brain may fall out.” Or stated another way, “If you don’t stand in something, you’ll fall for anything.”

St. Augustine said that we were created with an emptiness in our soul that only God could fill. But for people who have rejected God they fill it with all kinds of ridiculous substitutes.

Remember Catholicism is the voice of sanity; as Chesterton said, “Catholicism is the only thing that saves a man from the degrading slavery of being a child of his time.”

Below is a 60-second video about “Braco the Gazer”  who says nothing but has become a phenomenon (and probably a millionaire too).

Watch and weep, But not for the reason these women are weeping…

PS.  I would suggest that a free visit to the confessional where the priest actually speaks and does so for God would do a lot more for your soul and your life and your family then this guy who says nothing but just stares at you.

Silent Braco? Why does he stay silent? Maybe for this reason: Proverbs 17:28 says, “Even a fool is thought wise if he keeps silent, and discerning if he holds his tongue.”  Maybe he’s smarter than I originally thought :-)

PPS. When I was growing up, if someone did this they’d of gotten punched in the nose.

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Speaking on Islam at Steubenville

by Steve Ray on June 18, 2018

In July I’m speaking at the Defending the Faith Conference at the Franciscan University of Steubenville.

B62364C9-E7FD-4516-BFCF-CD154FBD6B43My main topic is VERY politically incorrect. “Islam: What Every Infidel Should Know.”

I will also be giving my talk “Swimming Upstream, Living a Catholic Life in a Non-Christian World.”

I’m sharing what I’ve learned from many years in Muslim countries and the teachings of the Church before modern times. Hope you can join us. Visit https://steubenvilleconferences.com/adult/dfc/

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Did St. Paul Pray for the Dead? Yes!

June 18, 2018

I posted an article I wrote about St. Paul praying for the dead HERE. But I thought you would appreciate Dave Armstrong’s recent article about the same passage with confirmation and a new set of eyes on the text and the reasons for many Protestants to reject the claim… St. Paul Prayed for Onesiphorus, Who […]

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