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St. Macarius
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Dear Sir,

My name is R.F. I am a Roman Catholic. And I read your page "St. Macarius of Alexandria, January 2 by Prof. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira". It is very good.

In this Godless Masonic world, there is lot to meditate on The Last Four Things.

Please keep this good work.

     A Slave of Our Lady of Perpetual Succour,

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I Love Your Site
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Is there anyway I could forward your informative "main" page on to my brother? I have been trying to convince him of everything you say on this page. Love it.

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Praying toward Mecca
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Dear TIA,

I have enjoyed and appreciated your website. But what if the Holy Father prayed for the light of Christ to enlighten and convert Muslims?



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TIA responds:

Dear R.T.,

You can find an answer to your question here: The Pope at the Mosque - A Scandal.


     TIA correspondence desk

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Hepburn & Divorce
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Dear Dr. Horvat,

I really liked your article on Katherine Hepburn's life. Isn't that interesting that there were six children in her family and yet her mother was a co-founder of Planned Parenthood?

I also liked that article on how Catholic divorces are speeding up. Annulments are granted for everything nowadays.

     May God bless you.

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Catholic Thanksgiving
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Dear Dr. Horvat,

Thank you for your interesting article on the Thanksgiving history.

What you have written is perfectly true from what I know of the subject. I think, though, that what some of your readers were worrying about is celebrating a national "holiday" that was instituted at a time when suspicion of anything Catholic was at an all-time high.

Unless I have been grossly misinformed "Thanksgiving" (much like the current ludicrous "kwanzaa" nonsense) was cooked up sort of as an "antidote" to Christmas, a secular national holiday of meaninglessness designed to upstage Christmas. We are "thanking" who? For what? It is one of those typically masonic moves that were very much a part and parcel of the founding of our benighted country.

Your facts are most certainly correct. I don't believe, though, that they add up to a Catholic "thanksgiving" day. My advice would be to let the Protestants, masons and agnostics have their "Thanksgiving Day", which launches the annual mercantilist madness of mindless shopping; we'll have our Holy Christmas season.

With every good wish for Advent and the coming Christmas season, I am,

     Very truly yours,


Blason de Charlemagne
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Posted December 13, 2006

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