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Ann Mattingly: Hard and Rough As a Nutmeg Grater

October 6, AD2017 0 Comments
Ann Mattingly: Hard and Rough As a Nutmeg Grater

“As hard and rough as a nutmeg grater” It took Ann Mattingly six agonizing minutes to swallow the Holy Eucharist given her by Father Stephen L. Dubuisson at her home in Washington, D C.  It was March 10, 1824, and Mattingly had been suffering from breast cancer for six years.  Her condition had steadily worsened […]

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Pregnant With Cancer: A Miracle

May 7, AD2016 1 Comment
Pregnant With Cancer: A Miracle

My experience of being pregnant with cancer is that being pro-life is not a death sentence for a pregnant woman with cancer or her unborn child. Many cite “life of the mother” as a reason for abortion. Many of the times “life of the mother” is cited, abortion is not in the woman’s best interest. Research has shown […]

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Conspiracies & Catholicism: Miracles

June 3, AD2015 4 Comments
Conspiracies & Catholicism: Miracles

Back on Conspiracies & Catholicism: Saints, I said I’d do an article on Miracles at a later time because certified miracles are required to show that a Saint was in position to nag Himself in person, so to speak. So here we go. What is a miracle? Literally, it’s from the the Latin for “wonderful”. […]

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