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During his early years; Mr. Fagan was also “Dramatic Editor” for “The Associated Newspapers,” including the “New York Globe” and various Hearst newspapers. But in 1916 he took a “SABBATICAL” from the Theater and served as “Director of Public Relations” for Charles Evens Hughes; the Republican Candidate for the Presidency – he refused a similar post offered him for the Hoover campaign in 1928; thus, Mr. Fagan’s career encompassed the Theater, Journalism and National Politics, and he is a proven expert in all those fields.

In 1930; Mr. Fagan came to Hollywood where he served as “Writer Director” with “Pathe Pictures, Inc.,” then owned by Joseph P. Kennedy, father of the late President Jack Kennedy, and also at 20th Century Fox, and other Hollywood Film Studios. But he also continued in the Broadway Legitimate field.

In 1945, at the urgent request of John T. Flynn, the famous author of “THE ROOSEVELT MYTH,” “WHILE WE SLEPT,” “THE TRUE STORY OF PEARL HARBOR,” etc.; Mr. Fagan attended a meeting in Washington D.C. where he was shown a set of micro-films and recordings of the SECRET meetings at Yalta attended only by Franklin Roosevelt, Alger Hess, Harry Hopkins, Stalin, Molotov, and Vishinsky when they hatched the plot to deliver the Balkans, Eastern Europe and Berlin to Stalin. As a result

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Vatican Obelisk


Vatican Obelisk.

In 1586, the Italian engineer Domenico Fontana moved an Egyptian obelisk to its present site in front of the Vatican in St. Peter’s Square. The obelisk, quarried in Egypt during the 13th century BC, was brought to Rome in the 1st century.  It remained in position until Pope Sixtus V, as part of his plan to continue the construction of St. Peter’s and make it one of the world’s truly spectacular buildings, recommended moving the obelisk 275 yards from its original Roman site to the featured location in front of the Vatican.

Fontana’s plan for moving the obelisk was chosen from among hundreds of others. It relied heavily on pulleys, some as large as five feet in length, to lift the obelisk off its base and then lower it to a horizontal position by pivoting it on its lower end. Five huge levers, each 51 feet long, were used to help lift the shaft off the base. A variety of pulley blocks were required to work in conjunction with the 40 winches, each of which were powered with horses and men to supply the main lifting force. It took Fontana one year to complete the task. On September 28, 1586, the scaffolding and tower had been removed. The obelisk appeared in full view, in the same position as it appears today more than 400 years later.

Richard Dawkins: I will arrest Pope Benedict XVI -Times Online.

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    Atheist campaigner Richard Dawkins

    RICHARD DAWKINS, the atheist campaigner, is planning a legal ambush to have the Pope arrested during his state visit to Britain “for crimes against humanity”.

    Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens, the atheist author, have asked human rights lawyers to produce a case for charging Pope Benedict XVI over his alleged cover-up of sexual abuse in the Catholic church.

    The pair believe they can exploit the same legal principle used to arrest Augusto Pinochet, the late Chilean dictator, when he visited Britain in 1998.

    The Pope was embroiled in new controversy this weekend over a letter he signed arguing that the “good of the universal church” should be considered against the defrocking of an American priest who committed sex offences against two boys. It was dated 1985, when he was in charge of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which deals with sex abuse cases.

    Caption from a photo published in 1958 prior to the Conclave of Pope Pius XII: “Pigeon perches on Cardinal’s Cap – Genoa, Italy – Giuseppe Cardinal Siri, Archbishop of Genoa, remained unperturbed when a pigeon perched on his cap as he celebrated Mass in the arena of the Orfei Circus here. The pigeon was one of a flock released in tribute to the Cardinal. The Mass, said on an altar set up in the center ring of the Big Top, was attended by circus entertainers and a crowd of Genoese.”

    The words “pigeon” and “dove” are synonymous. Siri’s dove was white. The dove landing on a papabile has always been understood to be the indication of the choice of the Holy Spirit to be Pope.  According to a knowledgeable Italian priest who had conferred with Cardinal Siri, this conservative bloc was actually successful in electing Siri on the fourth ballot of the first day of the conclave, October 26, 1958, which is the feast day of Pope and martyr, Saint Evaristus, the fifth Pope of the Church. Siri, who was the fifth Pope elected this century, is said to have promptly accepted the office and announced that he would take the name “Gregory XVII.” Then, a shrill storm of protest was heard from the reformers, who jumped to their feet to intimidate the new Pope with the threat that they would immediately establish an international schismatic church, were he to emerge from the conclave as pope. Badly shaken, Siri is supposed to have replied: “if you do not want me, then elect someone else” By this one statement, which was taken as his abdication, would come the apocalyptic catastrophe that so quickly engulfed the Church.

    taken from THE SIRI THESIS

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    Catholic Life and Practice

    Feast of the Baptism of the Lord

    St. Paul

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    Lent and Fasting

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    Ordinary Work, Extraordinary Grace

    Scott Hahn and Kris and Bruce McGregor on KVSS Spirit 88.9, 1/25/07

    The Jubilee

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 4/28/99

    The Jubilee Year 2000

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 12/23/99

    The Lord’s Prayer: “Our Father”

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 6/15/99)

    The New Evangelization

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 6/30/99

    The Real Meaning of Christmas

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 12/16/99

    Faith and Doctrine

    Capital Punishment: The Catholic Church’s Position

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 2/03/99

    Forgiveness

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 11/11/99

    God the Father

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 1/13/98

    How is One Justified?

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 10/14/99

    How is One Sanctified?

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 10/21/99

    The Creed (Part 1)

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 2/10/2000

    The Creed (Part 2)

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 2/17/2000

    The Creed (Part 3)

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 2/24/2000

    The Incarnation

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 12/16/98

    The Kingship of Christ

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 11/18/99

    The Resurrection

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 4/07/99

    The Ten Commandments (Part 1)

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 7/18/99

    The Ten Commandments (Part 2)

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd on WBVM Spirit 90.5, aired 8/18/99

    The Ten Commandments (Part 3)

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 8/25/99

    The Ten Commandments (Part 4)

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 9/01/99

    The Ten Commandments (Part 7)

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 9/23/99

    The Ten Commandments (Part 8)

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 9/30/99

    The Trinity

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 4/14/99

    What is Grace?

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 11/18/98

    Family Life

    The Sacred Hearth

    Scott Hahn, Mike Aquilina and Kimberly Hahn on EWTN’s “First Comes Love,”11/11/02

    Letter & Spirit Conferences

    Letter & Spirit with Dr. Scott Hahn & Mike Aquilina

    Lord Have Mercy with Dr. Scott Hahn & Mike Aquilina

    Mary and the Saints

    Hail, Holy Queen

    Scott Hahn with Mother Angelica and Raymond Arroyo on EWTN’s “Mother Angelica Live,” 4/25/01)

    Immaculate Conception

    A Talk Given at 2010 St. Thomas Aquinas Forum By Richard Bulzacchelli

    Mary, Mother of the Church

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 3/11/98

    Mary: Mother of God, Mother of the Church

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 5/09/99

    The Communion of Saints

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 9/09/98

    Purgatory and Last Things

    Indulgences

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 1/27/2000

    Purgatory and Praying to Saints

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 11/04/99

    Why The Hell?

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 10/28/99

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    Medicine of God’s Mercy

    Dr. Scott Hahn – Rome 2008
    (A talk that Dr. Hahn gave to the seminarians at the Pontifical North American College.)

    Sacraments and Covenant

    Letter and Spirit

    Scott Hahn with Bruce McGregor on KVSS Spirit 88.9, 11/15/05

    Letter and Spirit

    Scott Hahn with Bruce McGregor on KVSS Spirit 88.9, 11/15/05

    What is Covenant?

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 6/23/99

    Swear To God with Dr. Scott Hahn & Mike Aquilina

    Talking to Non-Catholics

    What Catholics and Protestants Have in Common

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 2/11/98

    The Bible

    Heaven’s Mass: What John Really Saw in the Book of Revelation

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 3/10/99

    Is The Bible History?

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 7/11/99

    Old Testament Prophecies

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 12/23/98

    Scripture Study

    Scott Hahn guests on “Mother Angelica Live,” 7/17/96

    Sola Scriptura (The Bible Alone)

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 2/25/98

    St. Jerome and the Bible

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 9/30/98

    The Hour

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 3/31/99

    The Importance of Sacred Scripture

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 2/3/00

    Where We Got the Bible

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 2/18/98

    The Church and the Papacy

    Apostolic Succession

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 6/1/99

    Church Hierarchy and Papal Authority

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 3/04/98

    The Pope as Father

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 1/27/99

    The Sacramental Nature of the Church

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 10/07/98)

    The Visible Church

    Scott Hahn and Gus Lloyd aired on WBVM Spirit 90.5, 10/21/98

    The Gospel According To Saint Paul

    Other Theologians.

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    Conspicuously missing from the list is “people’s who know’s how to use apostrophe’s”

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    Monday, March 8, 2010, 1:42 PM
    Joe Carter

    On his radio program, Fox News’ Glenn Beck encouraged listeners to leave their church if it proclaims a concern for social justice:

    I’m begging you, your right to religion and freedom to exercise religion and read all of the passages of the Bible as you want to read them and as your church wants to preach them . . . are going to come under the ropes in the next year. If it lasts that long it will be the next year. I beg you, look for the words ’social justice’ or ‘economic justice’ on your church Web site. If you find it, run as fast as you can. Social justice and economic justice, they are code words. Now, am I advising people to leave their church? Yes!”

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    Although many Protestant denomination express concerns about social justice, the term is most closely associated with the social teachings of the Catholic Church. A Jesuit priest, Luigi Taparelli D’Azeglio, coined the term in the 1840s and based the concept on the teachings of Thomas Aquinas.

    According to the Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church, “a large part of the Church’s social teaching is solicited and determined by important social questions, to which social justice is the proper answer.” Social justice is even given a section in the Catechism of the Catholic Church.

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    The Complete Sayings of Jesus

    by Arthur Hinds[1927]

    Like the Jefferson Bible, this is an attempt to edit the four gospels into a consistent account, in this case focusing on the words of Jesus. There is plenty of connecting narrative around the instances where Jesus speaks, so this is better than simply presenting each quote out of context. The focus on what Jesus is attributed as saying makes it easier to browse the core texts of the New Testament. All in all, a very useful reference, and a great read.

    Freemasonry

    The Internet has long been home to all kinds of sites about Freemasonry, pro and con. However, it has been hard to find reliable, vetted information on the web on this topic. This page has electronic editions of core texts on Freemasonry in the public domain, presented complete and unaltered.

    The community of Christian etext redactors is very active, and transcriptions of public domain books on the topic are abundant. The following are archives of public domain etexts about Christianity and related topics, which contain much more material than we have room or bandwidth for at this site. Some of these are:

    Christian Classics Ethereal Library This is probably the largest general purpose archive of Christian texts.
    Additional Early Church Fathers at the Tertullian Project website. This dovetails with the ‘Early Church Fathers’ collection at CCEL.
    The Unbound Bible has the best collection of downloadable Bible data files anywhere. Highly recommended.
    Digital Christian Library and related topics, with many unique items, by a very active scanner who has
    The Gnostic Society A collection of shorter texts on Gnosticism. Also has a collection of Dead Sea Scroll translations.
    The Catholic Encyclopeda This is a project to put online this huge work from 1913.

    <!– Project Wittenberg A comprehensive archive of Lutheran texts, of general interest for the study of Protestantism.
    –>Quaker Heritage Press publishes etexts of rare and out-of-print Quaker documents.
    Restoration Movement Texts. Primary texts of a 19th century American religious movement, predecessor of Churches of Christ, the Christian Churches, and the Disciples of Christ, among other groups.