Friday, October 28, 2011
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
It can be done. Modern church construction worthy of the name. This church was constructed in Toronto in AD 2001. Nice job, guys; you help pave the way: see here everybody.
Here, in the Basilica of St. Patrick in Ottawa, can be seen a woman walking the aisle, on her knees, in an act of penance. Be inspired. At Fatima, in Portugal, you will see the same because the Church asks us to pray and do penance in reparation for our sins and the sins of the world.
at 10:05 AM
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Monday, October 24, 2011
Constructed in 1984. A fitting and significant 1980s new church construction.
Visit when in the nation's capital: http://www.st-john-baptist-shrine.ca/.
at 12:30 PM
Meet Wilfrid Laurier, buried in the Catholic cemetery of Ottawa, the capital of Canada.
He goes down in history as one of the great prime ministers of Canada and he was the first Catholic French-Canadian to hold the office.
We need more warriors like this today. Faithful Catholics: go into law and politics!
at 12:25 PM
Sunday, October 23, 2011
65 Bank Street. Third floor. Who would have known? Sad facts. When will the menace of abortion end? There are only 30 million Canadians, and that ain't many, but there is a dollar to be made, vero? And then there is the devil in the mix and his playbook is small. Allow the rest to be born, friends, and that will solve your immigration solution. Abortion: one dead, one wounded. Did you know that nearly half those who enter an abortion clinic do not come out alive?
at 8:46 PM