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Pro-Life Catholic SCHOOL BUS Firebombed

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(ProLifeCorner.com) – A large school bus, owned by Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Academy, that is well known throughout Rockford for its beautiful pro-life pictures and words asking people to “pray to end abortion”, was fire bombed on Friday night. The damage was extensive to the bus as windows were broken in on both sides and fire bombs were thrown inside to cause maximum damage.It has been speculated that this bombing of a pro-life Christian school bus is in retaliation for the closing of the Rockford abortion mill that is located not far from where the school bus was attacked.

 

(Spokane Examiner)

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"The greatest destroyer of love and peace is abortion, which is war against the child. The mother doesn't learn to love, but kills to solve her own problems. Any country that accepts abortion is not teaching its people to love, but to use any violence to get what they want."




-Mother Teresa

by on Jun. 19, 2012 at 9:05 AM
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imamomzilla
by on Jun. 30, 2012 at 9:45 AM
1 mom liked this

 AMEN! I love your latest siggy. :-)

Quoting VeronicaTex:

Eternity matters.

This is the real message that should be emphasized here.

Where you will go when you die has everything to do with how you conduct yourself here on earth.

Veronica


Quoting imamomzilla:

 

Quoting VeronicaTex:

To me it is very.very unfortunate that too many people do not even fathom how the devil operates.

There is the spirit world. The devil is alive and well.

But even stronger than the enemy is God, and the power of prayer.

When exorcism prayers are prayed, that will MOVE MOUNTAINS.

Priests and lay people are called to the deliverance ministry.

Thank God for them, and the many people who pray rosaries and dedicate their time to intervention with prayer because they have a deep, deep respect for human life and  God,  who created it.

God does indeed, honor prayer.

The results of prayer has been made evident here.

praying

I believe 100% in prayer, not just individual, but group, because I have seen the results of it, many many times.


Veronica-Catholic Charismatic



 


 

VeronicaTex
by on Jun. 30, 2012 at 10:28 AM
2 moms liked this

Taking Bodily Possession

Have you ever wondered about people who claim to have witnessed people possessed by a demon?  I know I have on occasion, and in today’s world we have enough fantasy in evil that the wonderment of it all passes through everyone at some point.

demonOver the years I like many others, have been party to discussions on demonic possession.  None of them I might add have ever made me comfortable.  The very first time I heard about a real life experience was some thirty years or so ago, I was chatting with a priest.  He was young and it was the first time he was involved with this situation.

The priest had been called by a woman who pleaded with him to come right over to her home.  When he got there the woman was on the front lawn telling the priest all sorts of crazy things about a demon and told him to go inside and see for himself.  He was nervous and became instantly apprehensive from his observations of the woman.  He wanted to calm down the situation and he did as she requested.

Walking up to the house, everything seemed normal enough.  It wasn’t until he went inside that all ‘hell’ broke out.  The rooms that he could see were shaking and in the living room a couch was elevating a little off the floor.  Seated upright on that couch and in what appeared to be a comatose state was the woman’s husband.  The priest seeing all of this immediately suspected there was a demon present, but he wasn’t trained on any procedures to follow. 

The young priest became completely unnerved.  He went outside, returned quickly to his rectory and called the Archdiocesen office.  He explained what he witnessed and the Archdiocese sent a specialist, a trained exorcist to help.  The exorcist took over and eventually got everything under control, but it was a situation the young priest said he never wanted to have happen again.

Even though a demon (devil) cannot enter a soul, it can enter and take over both the body and the mental capabilities of a person.  It is easier today than ever before for the devil to find victims in our world.  As a matter of fact we have made it too darn convenient for evil to come upon us.

Today it’s almost as if we are inviting evil into our homes through television and the internet.  When was the last time you watched an episode on vampires, werewolves and other factious creatures?  From what I’ve read and heard from others, watching an exorcist doing his thing will do more to you than just letting the hairs on your body stand straight out.

Sex, power and money aren’t limited commodities for people today and unfortunately they can attract the demon within us.  They are readily available if you want to look for it, but I would recommend against it.  From my research there are better places for all of us to be.

When called upon, the Church does not automatically assume demonic presence.  There are those psychiatric problems, addictions, diseases and other errant behavioral actions that can potentially raise the belief that people are under an outside influence such as demonic possession when in fact they aren’t.

The Church puts a person through a series of tests that can indicate or prove a possession.  The tests are not guarantees as a person may show a psychiatric problem only to a situation recognized months later as demonic. 

There are times too, when upon a visit by an exorcist, that it immediately is apparent that there is a demonic influence.  There are a number of traits that support possession and are observable to one properly trained.  The exorcist will obviously act accordingly.

VeronicaTex
by on Jun. 30, 2012 at 10:35 AM
1 mom liked this

 www.catholicsontheedge.com/category/religion-2/

Catholics on the Edge:  Life is short, eternity is long.

This is the source of the article I just posted.

Veronica

imamomzilla
by on Jun. 30, 2012 at 10:39 AM

 SCARY! jaw drop

I've always thought those vampire shows were silly....

 

Quoting VeronicaTex:

Taking Bodily Possession

Have you ever wondered about people who claim to have witnessed people possessed by a demon?  I know I have on occasion, and in today’s world we have enough fantasy in evil that the wonderment of it all passes through everyone at some point.

demonOver the years I like many others, have been party to discussions on demonic possession.  None of them I might add have ever made me comfortable.  The very first time I heard about a real life experience was some thirty years or so ago, I was chatting with a priest.  He was young and it was the first time he was involved with this situation.

The priest had been called by a woman who pleaded with him to come right over to her home.  When he got there the woman was on the front lawn telling the priest all sorts of crazy things about a demon and told him to go inside and see for himself.  He was nervous and became instantly apprehensive from his observations of the woman.  He wanted to calm down the situation and he did as she requested.

Walking up to the house, everything seemed normal enough.  It wasn’t until he went inside that all ‘hell’ broke out.  The rooms that he could see were shaking and in the living room a couch was elevating a little off the floor.  Seated upright on that couch and in what appeared to be a comatose state was the woman’s husband.  The priest seeing all of this immediately suspected there was a demon present, but he wasn’t trained on any procedures to follow. 

The young priest became completely unnerved.  He went outside, returned quickly to his rectory and called the Archdiocesen office.  He explained what he witnessed and the Archdiocese sent a specialist, a trained exorcist to help.  The exorcist took over and eventually got everything under control, but it was a situation the young priest said he never wanted to have happen again.

Even though a demon (devil) cannot enter a soul, it can enter and take over both the body and the mental capabilities of a person.  It is easier today than ever before for the devil to find victims in our world.  As a matter of fact we have made it too darn convenient for evil to come upon us.

Today it’s almost as if we are inviting evil into our homes through television and the internet.  When was the last time you watched an episode on vampires, werewolves and other factious creatures?  From what I’ve read and heard from others, watching an exorcist doing his thing will do more to you than just letting the hairs on your body stand straight out.

Sex, power and money aren’t limited commodities for people today and unfortunately they can attract the demon within us.  They are readily available if you want to look for it, but I would recommend against it.  From my research there are better places for all of us to be.

When called upon, the Church does not automatically assume demonic presence.  There are those psychiatric problems, addictions, diseases and other errant behavioral actions that can potentially raise the belief that people are under an outside influence such as demonic possession when in fact they aren’t.

The Church puts a person through a series of tests that can indicate or prove a possession.  The tests are not guarantees as a person may show a psychiatric problem only to a situation recognized months later as demonic. 

There are times too, when upon a visit by an exorcist, that it immediately is apparent that there is a demonic influence.  There are a number of traits that support possession and are observable to one properly trained.  The exorcist will obviously act accordingly.

 

  praying  Eternity Matters

VeronicaTex
by on Jun. 30, 2012 at 10:41 AM
1 mom liked this

It is unbelieveable to me how many people, including Christians follow these types of programs.

Veronica

Quoting imamomzilla:

 SCARY! jaw drop

I've always thought those vampire shows were silly....

 

Quoting VeronicaTex:

Taking Bodily Possession

Have you ever wondered about people who claim to have witnessed people possessed by a demon?  I know I have on occasion, and in today’s world we have enough fantasy in evil that the wonderment of it all passes through everyone at some point.

demonOver the years I like many others, have been party to discussions on demonic possession.  None of them I might add have ever made me comfortable.  The very first time I heard about a real life experience was some thirty years or so ago, I was chatting with a priest.  He was young and it was the first time he was involved with this situation.

The priest had been called by a woman who pleaded with him to come right over to her home.  When he got there the woman was on the front lawn telling the priest all sorts of crazy things about a demon and told him to go inside and see for himself.  He was nervous and became instantly apprehensive from his observations of the woman.  He wanted to calm down the situation and he did as she requested.

Walking up to the house, everything seemed normal enough.  It wasn’t until he went inside that all ‘hell’ broke out.  The rooms that he could see were shaking and in the living room a couch was elevating a little off the floor.  Seated upright on that couch and in what appeared to be a comatose state was the woman’s husband.  The priest seeing all of this immediately suspected there was a demon present, but he wasn’t trained on any procedures to follow. 

The young priest became completely unnerved.  He went outside, returned quickly to his rectory and called the Archdiocesen office.  He explained what he witnessed and the Archdiocese sent a specialist, a trained exorcist to help.  The exorcist took over and eventually got everything under control, but it was a situation the young priest said he never wanted to have happen again.

Even though a demon (devil) cannot enter a soul, it can enter and take over both the body and the mental capabilities of a person.  It is easier today than ever before for the devil to find victims in our world.  As a matter of fact we have made it too darn convenient for evil to come upon us.

Today it’s almost as if we are inviting evil into our homes through television and the internet.  When was the last time you watched an episode on vampires, werewolves and other factious creatures?  From what I’ve read and heard from others, watching an exorcist doing his thing will do more to you than just letting the hairs on your body stand straight out.

Sex, power and money aren’t limited commodities for people today and unfortunately they can attract the demon within us.  They are readily available if you want to look for it, but I would recommend against it.  From my research there are better places for all of us to be.

When called upon, the Church does not automatically assume demonic presence.  There are those psychiatric problems, addictions, diseases and other errant behavioral actions that can potentially raise the belief that people are under an outside influence such as demonic possession when in fact they aren’t.

The Church puts a person through a series of tests that can indicate or prove a possession.  The tests are not guarantees as a person may show a psychiatric problem only to a situation recognized months later as demonic. 

There are times too, when upon a visit by an exorcist, that it immediately is apparent that there is a demonic influence.  There are a number of traits that support possession and are observable to one properly trained.  The exorcist will obviously act accordingly.

 


imamomzilla
by on Jun. 30, 2012 at 10:48 AM

 They're gullible and naive, imo.

Quoting VeronicaTex:

It is unbelieveable to me how many people, including Christians follow these types of programs.

Veronica

Quoting imamomzilla:

 SCARY! jaw drop

I've always thought those vampire shows were silly....

 

  praying  Eternity Matters

VeronicaTex
by on Jun. 30, 2012 at 11:29 AM
2 moms liked this

Yes they are. 

The enemy has a way of subtly drawing them in,  appealing to the senses and their naivete in a myriad of ways.

Too many people are not aware that they are being drawn in, either.

They have no education as to the discernment of spirits.

They have no idea once they let one influence in , many will follow.

It is like taking that first puff on a cigarette, then not being able to walk away from the habit. 

A person becomes addicted.

Veronica

Ednarooni160
by Eds on Jun. 30, 2012 at 3:51 PM
3 moms liked this

GOD is GOOD.. He is the alpha and the omega..the beginning and the end..

I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.

imamomzilla
by on Jun. 30, 2012 at 6:37 PM
1 mom liked this

 good

Quoting Ednarooni160:

GOD is GOOD.. He is the alpha and the omega..the beginning and the end..

I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty.

 

Kate_Momof3
by Platinum Member on Jun. 30, 2012 at 7:40 PM

I'm not a troll. Just somebody who sees you for what you are.

wink

Quoting imamomzilla:

 


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