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Author Archive: Ann Casey

A cradle Catholic, who did go AWOL for several years, I returned home with more sense. From which, led to my writing for the Church. The value in one's examination of conscious where the collected litter of chaff is stripped, leaving the richness of the wheat. However much is our capability for being elusive in hiding the truth from ourselves, the written at all times demands the truth.

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Freedom Is Not Born from Evil

June 15, AD2017 1 Comment
Freedom Is Not Born from Evil

The subtle, evil coercion of lies I was told, and expected to believe as true, from the women’s movement over our reproductive rights came to encompass my ensuing years in solitary confinement. This affliction was never spoken of, nor allowed, as it was the forbidden subject — a slow drip of acid as the lifelong sentence for […]

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A Catholic Candidate: Now As Before

January 15, AD2017 0 Comments
A Catholic Candidate: Now As Before

The following is an excerpt from Ann Casey’s book,  America’s Courage of Faith. 25 June 1928 Dear Gaston, Fellow priest and brother, politics, politics and the credit money grabbers are festering in our souls with the wounds man has sliced and left neglected. This jubilance of tomorrow showing up is met with the moment of only now, […]

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Catholic America under Archbishop Carroll

December 17, AD2016 3 Comments
Catholic America under Archbishop Carroll

What became troubling in America in the late 18th century, with its hard-won freedoms, was instead of maintaining consistent and constant with their Holy Faith, Catholic behavior, in wanting to become assimilated into the new country began to adopt a way of life that began to ignore and downplayed the very points of Catholic doctrine […]

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The Forgotten History of Anti-Catholic Riots

November 13, AD2016 0 Comments
The Forgotten History of Anti-Catholic Riots

In the subtle shift away from the dominant agricultural communities to the rising dominance of cities and their segregation of incoming immigrants, cultures will bind themselves within their own. It was the rise of the tenements and the subsequent use of cheap labor for the lowest jobs which helped to foster what is termed as […]

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The Sacred in the Broken

October 13, AD2016 0 Comments
The Sacred in the Broken

“Sanctuary, (from the late Lat. sanctuarium, a sacred place), a sacred or consecrated place, particularly one affording refuge, protection or right of asylum; also applied to the privilege itself, the right of safe refuge” (Encyclopedia Britannica). This sacred custom and tradition, fully incorporated by the Catholic Church, found her greatest proponent from the beginning of […]

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A Manmade God

September 15, AD2016 2 Comments
A Manmade God

“The Scarlet Whore, the Dogs of Hell, the Second Beast, the Anti-Christ, ‘these have disgraced humanity and crimsoned a great part of the world with innocent blood. And soon riding triumphant over the heads of true Protestants, making multitudes drunk with the wine of her fornications…The need to swap the best religion in the world […]

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The Lost Defender

July 12, AD2016 0 Comments
The Lost Defender

  “Do not listen to the Insults and Detractions against the Vicar of Christ which the Fury of the little Monk spews up against the Pope; nor contaminate Breasts sacred to Christ with impious Heresies, for if one sews these he has no Charity, swells with vain Glory, loses his Reason, and burns with Envy. […]

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Murder Most Foul

May 17, AD2016 4 Comments
Murder Most Foul

In the realm of the dead of each abortion clinic, what lies hidden is the desolate destruction of keening for our humanity, the grim dismissal of our life. It stalks the corridors in the mask of liberating existence from living. The carelessly worded agenda creates the false promise of selfish control where murder is not committed, […]

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Bought and Sold for $21.62

April 19, AD2016 9 Comments
Bought and Sold for $21.62

Today’s exchange rate (approximately) for thirty pieces of silver is $21.62. (Thirty Pieces of Silver – Truth Magazine) “The didrachma and tetradrachma (actually stater) are references to silver coins from the city of Tyre, used in the business of the Temple. The staters were equal to shekels, and because the Jews were forbidden to issue […]

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Confession’s Sacrament

March 22, AD2016 0 Comments
Confession’s Sacrament

Bless Me Father, For I Have Sinned. “Bless me Father, for I have sinned. It has been…” Words known even before my First Communion rush back in this quiet fearful sanctuary and stop dead in my throat. How do I even begin to explain the twenty-five years since my last confession coupled with my sin of […]

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