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Photographs: A Pilgrimage In The Footsteps Of St.Oliver Plunkett

St.Oliver Plunkett By Stephen Bernard Mc Elligottwww.stephenbernard.org I am a photographer for many years now. In 2018 I undertook a journey in the footsteps of St.Oliver Plunkett subsequently published on a Christian website known as Aleteia. Tomorrow is July 1st his feast day in the Roman Catholic Church. I would like to share this article … Continue reading Photographs: A Pilgrimage In The Footsteps Of St.Oliver Plunkett

Our Reasons For Leaving The Catholic Church

Image by Lorri Lang from Pixabay I've witnessed some people who left the Catholic Church recently announce it on social media. The people who announce it are usually Catholic celebrities who feel like they owe it to their "fans" some sort of explanation. They don't really owe them an explanation which is why I find … Continue reading Our Reasons For Leaving The Catholic Church

The Irish Gaelic Poet Who Went On The Fifth Crusade

Source: web Departure for the Crusades included many varied ceremonies in and around western Europe. From receiving Crosses, scrips and staffs to wild going away parties for the more wealthy Lords and landowners, others were quite stoical in nature. They took place behind closed doors without anyone taking notice. One such person was an Irishman … Continue reading The Irish Gaelic Poet Who Went On The Fifth Crusade

The Importance Of Obedience To A Corrupt Government

Image by Couleur from Pixabay Whenever I talk about obedience, it drives people nuts. When the government or Church clergy is corrupt, it heightens all the more the sense of disgust at the thought of obeying. Regardless of what we may think of our government, when we are asked to do something that doesn't contradict … Continue reading The Importance Of Obedience To A Corrupt Government