Hurricane Matthew Is The Wrath Of God Poured Out On The Cities Of Orlando And Savannah For Supporting The Evil Sodomites

Hurricane Matthew is approaching the Florida Atlantic coast and is set to be the largest storm in almost a decade. Meteorologists, weather enthusiasts, and insurance companies alike are watching it carefully, as this storm is predicted to be dangerous and cause major damage especially in the Orlando and Savannah areas:


While all hurricanes are dangerous, something about this storm is particularly unique. As scientists have pointed out, it seems to be gathering strength where it should not, as though the storm was increasing in power from an outside force and in a way not seen before:

A HUGE blob seen on the east side of Hurricane Matthew has baffled tropical storm experts around the world.

As the hurricane heads over the Atlantic towards Haiti, satellite images clearly show the eye of the hurricane on the storm’s west side.

But another large blob-like shape on the east side of Hurricane Matthew has caused confusion among meteorologists and cyclone experts.

Met Office tropical prediction scientist Julian Heming said: “The shape of Hurricane Matthew has been the subject of some discussion by experts over the weekend.” (source)


Notice the large blob on the right of the hurricane. This is unnatural for such a storm and is unexplained by science.

Florida is a nice place, but it unfortunately has become a lot like California, representing both the best and the worst that America has to offer. This is especially true in the area of homosexuality. While there are many conservative and religious Floridians, there are a tremendous amount of sodomites and immoral activity that takes place there. Given the serious moral decay of America that we see taking place before our eyes and the increasing disrespect for even the most basic of Christian morality, looking at this storm I began to wonder if perhaps, in some way, it was connected to this crisis.


The word “Hurricane” originally comes from the Taino Indians, a people who inhabited the Caribbean and parts of Florida when the Spanish arrived in the 16th century. The original world, “Huracan,” was a god of evil in their pagan religion, and the natives thought that these storms were attacks from this evil diety. Interesting.

For many years, it has been popular to give Hurricanes a name to distinguish them from others. Certain names, however, are retired from circulation because they are associated with particular catastrophes, such as Hugo (1989), Andrew (1992), and Katrina (2005). This hurricane is named Matthew, which of course comes from the New Testament Evangelist St. Matthew, whose traditional sign used by the early Christians and continuing today in the Catholic and Orthodox Churches is that of an angel:


The Book of Kells, the oldest New Testament in Ireland, showing the four evangelists. St. Matthew is depicted as an angel in the upper left quadrant.

Angels -the ones obedient to God- in the Bible always play important roles in executing God’s will, both for aiding man in his struggle for righteousness and punishing him in accordance with God’s will. In the Old Testament angels appeared to Moses when he was in the desert, and the angel St. Raphael came to the aid of Tobit when he was under attack from the demon Asmodeus. In the New Testament it was the angel Gabriel who announced Jesus’ conception to St. Mary, an angel who announced to the Holy women news of Jesus’ resurrection, and it the book of Revelations it is St. Michael the Archangel who battles against the ancient dragon. Yet also in the same Bible it was angels who guarded the entrance to the Garden of Eden after Adam and Eve were expelled from it on account of their sin, and it was the angel of death who slew by the command of God the firstborn of every living creature in Egypt following Moses prophecy to the Pharaoh about God’s impending punishment for his refusal to free the Hebrews from their bondage. Interesting.

The Bible clearly teaches that in the Old Testament whenever the Hebrews were very disobedient towards God, He would send punishments against them, many times in the forms of natural disasters. Christian history also recognizes the same, where God will use His creation to execute judgment against the wicked. While not all bad weather is necessarily a sign of sin, both sacred scripture and sacred tradition clearly note that it can be so. Now we know that Florida is an area that is infected with sin, especially cities such as Miami and Orlando, which are veritable dens of sodomy. But instead of looking at mere particularities, I thought I would ask a broader question- Is there any “homosexual” activities going on this month in either the Orlando or Savannah areas? Sure enough, I found that both Orlando and Savannah are having massive sodomite pride parades this month, especially in Orlando, which is sponsoring this very weekend as the hurricane is about to hit a massive “coming out” parade sponsored no less than with the major support of the city itself and major corporate backers:


Keep in mind, this was “Orlando Pride 2015”- last year’s parade in the same area:




Photos here

Gay pride Savannah 2016 is really no different:


How interesting it is that Matthew is set to smash Orlando and Savannah during their sodomite parades! But it gets even better.

Matthew is set to hit Orlando early Friday, October 7th, and this Friday is the Feast day of Our Lady of the Rosary. Originally dedicated by Pope St. Pius V in 1571 following the Catholic victory over the Ottoman Turkish Navy in the Gulf of Lepanto (also known as the Gulf of Preveza) that destroyed the Ottoman Navy and saved Europe from an Islamic land invasion. The Rosary, originally given by Our Lady to St. Dominic, is a meditation on the life, death, and resurrection of Christ and is regarded formally as the second most powerful form of prayer in the Church subordinate only to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. It is used to crush sin and heresy in all its forms, and is instrumental in the conversion of the worst sinners and most hopeless cases.


The Battle of Lepanto, showing how the prayers of the Rosary defeated the wicked Turkish menace

The Ottoman Turks were known to widely practice the rape of young boys, as they were homosexuals. As we have pointed out before, Islam is anything but “homophobic,”- to say other wise is merely propaganda, as a simple reading of Islamic history and theology shows that not is homosexuality just permissible so long as the appropriate conditions are met, but even meritorious. Islam is the perfect religion for a homosexual, as it allows one to immerse his lust for sin however he desires to.

So let’s put this together.

A hurricane- the storms from an evil being- named after the New Testament Evangelist whose symbol is an angel- a messenger of God and and executor of His will among and upon men- is about to make landfall on the exact area where two massive sodomite parades are taking place and almost to the day for the largest one, and the exact day the hurricane is scheduled to hit is the Feast Day of the Holiest Prayer in the Catholic Church used to fight the most wicked of sins and heresies given by the Mother of God herself.


The Last Judgment by Hans Memling

Coincidence? You be the judge. Personally, given America’s love affair with the worst forms of perversity, it is a sign of His anger against us for our obstinate attitude towards sin and refusal to repent for our evil ways.

You want to stop not this hurricane, but future catastrophes? Then stop sinning, especially with sodomy, as it is one of the four sins in the Bible which cry out to God for vengeance, which we are seeing now.

Christus Vincit!
Christus Regnat!
Christus Imperiat!



  • Kkdgrace

    I am surprised the whole continent
    isn’t engulfed in one extremely major tragedy or another. Sin seems to abound more than ever before, considering more recent history. It must be that it is the prayers of the saints and God’s great mercy at work. All I know is that I despair when I look at the state of our country, and our world. I don’t want to live in fear but unfortunately that is one of my weaknesses. I need much prayer to help sustain me. Would appreciate my brothers and sisters in Christ Providing intercessory prayer on my behalf. May God bless.

    • Coombes Larry

      The Catholic seers foretell a great comet striking the Planet and large part of ‘the great country’ being engulfed in water. They also foretell of a host a chastisements following the West’s utter apostasy that result in 75% of the Earth’s population being wiped out.
      And that’s before you hit the Anti-Christ.
      Chastisement is coming.

      Re: Suffering – been there. *Really* been there. Hang on in. I DO know what you are going through and nearly threw in the towel. But I gritted teeth and stayed faithful even when I lost all hope for my future and now, in this time of trial and lawlessness, He has fulfilled the promises He gave to me and kept me safe when so many are falling.

      Your suffering is, in part, God’s test of your faithfulness. Just hang on. Do not try and carry our great acts, or try and solve the world’s problems. Just survive, pray even if it is swearing at God and hold on. I can count 25 years in the wilderness with 7 dry years in which not on prayer was answered. But God has made up the wasted years to me!

      He will for you. Have faith – bull headed, stubborn, “You owe me!” faith. Will pray now.

      • Doc

        Interesting. Some Protestant so-called “prophets” are lately also predicting a fireball will crash into the Atlantic Ocean causing devastation in the US.

      • Kkdgrace

        Your time of suffering sounds somewhat akin to mine. It’s overwhelming, it’s been going on for longer than any other trial I’ve experienced, and I (humanly) can’t see the end in sight. I reach for any shred of hope I can find but even that has proven a difficult task. Thank you for your words. God bless.

    • Kkd, I am with you when I feel despair tugging at my soul when I consider the fallen state of my beloved nation, but I hope in God that He is not finished. After all, America once was a Catholic nation, and it can be one again. We must learn the patience of Job.

      • mikifenn

        Trevor, when was the US a Catholic nation? The US has been a blend of many Christian faiths.

        • racarrera

          To its shame. Christianity was never meant to be a Baskin-Robbins mess, but one true Church. We ended up with pilgrims who were not much different than the Taliban, banning innocuous things like dancing and burning witches.

          • mikifenn

            Burning witches is innocuous? The one true church will happen when Jesus returns and sets up his Kingdom. All denominations have their weak links including the Catholics. The Catholics have committed atrocities as well as the Protestants during the reign of some English monarchies. At this point in time there are no perfect churches.

          • racarrera

            No, Miki. Christ set up the one true Church, the Apostolic one. It is because Evangelicals insist on being both rebellious and uneducated about their own Christian history, and being proud of it besides, that there is no recognition of reality. Protestants and Masons founded the US. This is, and never was, a Christian country. We have Christian people, but the lie that this place is ‘God chosen’ has to be destroyed.

          • mikifenn

            I have never said the US was a Christian country. There were many Christians in the US early on, but many of the Founding Fathers were Christians in name only. There were founders who were Christians, but the ones we hear the most about were Deists. I still read articles saying the founders who were Deists were Christians. That’s what people want to believe, I guess.

          • Yes, the accursed British-Israelism heresy that just won’t die. Funny how it was started by an insane man and took off from there.

          • racarrera

            It all stems from the fact that these people will do everything to avoid the church.

        • Raph Sebastian

          No, The Catholic faith predates the USA. Think of the landmass called the Americas by Columbus. Trevor is right in pointing out that the first Catholic colony was in Florida, St. Augustine, some 200 years before the US was founded and some 55 years before the arrival of the Mayflower and the Puritans.

          St Augustine was a thriving port town that traded with nearby Caribbean islands and was prosperous. It had it’s own town hall, roadways, schools, hospital, municipal system which included water and a sewerage system,

          While the Puritans starved to almost death, St. Augustine was prospering. Catholic already had their Thanksgiving way before the Puritans in form of the Mass. There were already Catholic colonies and settlements in New England and Maryland before the Puritans arrived, who then sought to massacre them all.

          August 28, 1565, the Feast Day of St. Augustine saw the first Mass being said in Florida on the what would later be part of the US some 200 years later..

          • mikifenn

            I know the history of St. Augustine. I have visited there and it is a beautiful place with many different Christian denominations at the present time. Just because St.Augustine was founded by Catholics doesn’t make this a Catholic Country.

          • Raph Sebastian

            I think you are mistaking the difference between the Americas and America. The Americas were discovered by the Catholics, namely Christopher Columbus who was commissioned by Queen Isabella of Spain to discover the New World. Yes for riches, for spices and for gold. The US only came about 300 years after Columbus discovered The Americas. The USA didn’t exists, what Trevor is saying is that the Catholic faith predated the USA and thus the lands of the current USA have always been Catholic form the start. It’s not hard to wrap one’s head around that concept, regardless of one’s bias.

          • Thank you. Some are just being thick.

          • The Salem Witch Trial was a mockery of law and justice. Like I said, having grown up in Rhode Island, what the Puritans did continued to be felt to this day. It’s probably why atheism and ungodly liberalism are so strong up there.

        • Kamau41

          Catholicism does run deep in the Declaration of Independence and predates the start of the United States of America. See link below:

          • mikifenn

            Jefferson who was not only a Deist was also a slave owner who had children by his slave. He may have adapted his written ideas from Catholic theology, I don’t know, but Jefferson’s own life as well as his rejection of Christ is not something I choose to brag about. His writing the Declaration of Independence–“all men are created equal and endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights” strikes me as a bit hypocritical considering his lifestyle.

    • Julie LaBrecque

      So sorry to hear of your plight – at times it truly is near impossible to hold on – be assured, this time of trisl, when over, will serve to strengthen you in the end – will add you to prayers.

      • Kkdgrace

        Thank you so much. The more of my brothers and sisters praying, the better I feel- especially since my current multiple trials seem to have the tendency to pull me away from God- so many crises easily become so much more than overwhelming. At a time when I especially need to draw closer than ever to God, my circumstances tend to occupy my mind and “compete” with what it is I truly need to focus on in life. I feel these trials have their purpose in refining me as one who belongs to the Most High…..on the other hand, I also feel I am in part under attack. Anything to separate me from drawing closer to God, right?

        • racarrera

          You have a lot of backup here.

          • Kkdgrace

            So many good people of faith. I can’t sufficiently express the gratitude I feel for my brothers and sisters in Christ. Authentic Christianity- in ACTION….and on display. I am humbled.

          • racarrera

            You are the same, remember.

    • Raph Sebastian

      I will be praying for you.

      • Kkdgrace

        Thank you Ralph. Means a lot to me. I surely need it!

    • Julie

      I understand where you are.

      I came to Church prophesies the day the Holy Father St. John Paul II was shot in Rome; I went in to visit this new Catholic bookstore and saw one of those books, never realizing we had such materials. But I bought one and couldn’t put the book down. It also referred to Arab hordes, the Turks invading Europe, committing many atrocities and destroying so much. Another spoke of a pope taken captive and brought to Iraq to die a cruel death. This was 1982 and I could not foresee such as I lived in Europe for a short while about 9 years prior.

      Anyway, place yourself in Mary’s Immaculate Heart; it is really the only safe place in the world. She will look after us. An elderly Sepulcian told me a few years later afterwards, that he thought it would take 100 years for the triumph of Mary’s heart and fulfillment of her prophecy to happen. In the end, ‘The immaculate heart of Mary will triumph’.

      Look at the Middle Eastern Christians who have died atrocious, horrifying and most cruel deaths; they pray for us now to be strong.

      Pray the rosary that binds Satan.

      You might like this site, who gives us insights and direction in these times. Stay close to your church and be involved with the welfare of all the members and form a greater faith community. His archbishop looked at all his writings after his 3, yes 3, spiritual priest directors had read them, and wanted the archbishop of Denver to approve, and he did. Nothing contrary to faith and morals.

      He has you start at step one…the Next Right Step…how to prepare.

      He thinks the triumph will begin in 2017…the 100 year mark of Fatima….and it will coincide with the outer affliction of our monetary system…we just keep low and centered on God.

      There is a booklet out I read the other night, ‘The Word Among Us’, and there is a story about St. Philip Neri who lived in the 1500’s and was cheerful in his service to the Lord and went right out to the people living the gospel.

      I am finishing my 54 day novena October 7. and there are many of us praying it all over the country for America to come back to God. I will include you these last days that you be strong and be all and give all for Christ.

      Make that one little step to Him, and He will take 10 big steps back to you!…along the words of St. Theresa of Avila!

      God bless you, Sister!

      • Kkdgrace

        Thank you, dear sister. I can always count on you giving words of encouragement, wisdom, and advice

        • Julie

          Keep you in prayer…just got in from work tonight…will include you in my 54 day…it ends tomorrow….for our nation to return to God.

    • jami

      Once upon a time you “kkdgrace” were very happy and walking on a beach side and you noticed on the sand four footmarks, two were ur own and two , you didnt know. So you askd in your prayer and God said, my child “Grace” that was me walking besides you. and you felt so blessed but few times later on you were sad and full of pain , angry and frustrated, lonely , not cared for, rejected, ashamed, you decided to walk again on the beachside and see if God was with you in ur pain as well, n so you went walking but to your surprise you saw only one pair of footmark and you knew they were ur own , that made you sadder and you questioned God, now when I am all alone in pain why have you left me alone, where are you now?? and the Loving Lord answered, Grace , my child , donot misunderstand mei love you, I have always been with you, the two footmarks you saw were mine, while I saw you were injured and in pain, I carried you. I am always with you the Lord said. Keep the faith

    • At times kkdgrace its a wise to look at the worst of miseries, this way our pains become a blessing. Be well. We will always be with you.

      • Kkdgrace

        I so appreciate the words of encouragement and the prayers of everyone. It warms my heart. It really does. Despite my own personal trials, God has proved himself faithful time and time again and has provided for me month by month- although I have to admit that I experience an ongoing great anxiety as I wonder how I’m going to make it through each day, each month.

        I have been trying to be faithful and obedient to His commands- most especially that of honoring our parents- by taking my mother into my home and caring for her needs. In doing so however, I am suffering very much in the area of finances and also with my ability to work and provide for everyone adequately, since it is not safe to leave my mother by herself for any length of time. There is also great grief involved as I helplessly watch her deteriorate. I don’t have much outside support- including the support so needed from my family members. I personally feel very lonely most every day and I often feel I am all alone in trying to make it through all of this. I know that’s a lie however and that God is with me at all times. It just doesn’t “feel” like it, unfortunately.

        If I think back over the past many, many months however, I realize how much God has been sustaining me throughout the entirety of this trial (or more like these “trials”- because there are so very many at the present time). Bless you all for your continued prayers and loving words. I appreciate them more than I can say. I pray that God richly blesses each and every one of you.

        • Стефан Евгений

          candles coming your way dear.

    • jami

      Thx kkdgrace, ur amazing, Gods chosen one feel fresh . Rejoice and be glad when you are persecuted for the Lords sake for urs is the kingdom of heaven, Jesus said this himself, so rejoice my girl

    • jami

      Evil Satan want us, Gods people to be sad and worried and we shouldnt give in, coz we have the most powerfull God with us, lets put Satan to shame . He is a coward dont let him win even 1%. Rejoice

      • Kkdgrace

        Amen. I have to remind myself of so many truths since it’s all to easy to get mired in the many problems and have them become a substitute for my focus in life.

        • jami

          Get ur focus that you have a gift of life from God. You are rich when you have life. think of the things that you have at the moment not what yu dont have, negatives and positives will come and go and it shouldnt matter to ur soul its just like , dont let success go on top of ur head and dont let the opposite bring you down , you stay neutral coz you have the best gift of life. Its hard but not impossible. You are goin thru hell but you are definately not going to hell, instead its they who are making ur life miserable. So clap ur hands for the Lord my frnd Sing lovely songs of worship, play it on

    • Kamau41

      I hear you. My prayers along with the intercessory of the Saints are with you Kkd.

  • Raph Sebastian

    Pride, something they exhort, yet we know it’s one of the deadliest sins.

    On another note, reports are citing a creepy satellite image of Hurricane Matthew.

    • Darren Neufeldt

      That’s one creepy looking Hurricane.

    • Kkdgrace

      I somehow don’t think that’s an “accident”… Do you?

  • Since receiving the Rosary as a gift from Woody (thanks!) I have tried to faithfully pray it, chiefly focused on having America consecrated to the Scared Heart of Jesus. My challenge as a Christian who is pro-apostolic is to continue praying the Rosary long after October 7 and to continue praying that America be restored to the Scared Heart of Jesus.

    America once was a Catholic nation (just as France was), and it can be again a Catholic nation. Chastisement is coming, no doubt.

    • James

      Well at least parts of the Americas were Catholic; those territories which were termed New France and New Spain. The English Thirteen Colonies were overwhelmingly protestant and the revolution was brought about by the machinations of the Freemasons.

      Doubtlessly a lot of the opposition to the Hispanics in America which lasts to the present day has much to do with the fact that they are Catholic.

      • At the risk of starting a debate that dovetails away from the article, I will say two things.

        1) the Puritans were the source of the earliest conflict and anti-Catholicism in America.

        2) compared to the rest of the world, America is a young nation that has behaved bratty, much like the prodigal son in the gospels.

        • Kkdgrace

          Whatever or however we were at one time in terms of our faithfulness to Christianity, we are most certainly extremely far off and away from that place where we started as a nation.

          • Of that, there is no disputes from me. This nation, along with the nations of the world, are in dire need of repentance.

          • Kkdgrace

            ANOTHER Amen to that!

    • Kamau41

      That’s right my brother, Trevor. Everything you said is exactly my thoughts. We MUST continue to pray the Rosary daily….

      • Yep, we row as we pray the Rosary.

        Remember, even during the Battle of Lepanto, the rowers of the galleys all had Rosary.

        • Raph Sebastian

          Military victories attributed to praying the Rosary before, during and after the military battles.

          1213 – Victory of Muret
          1571 – The Battle of Lepanto
          1627 – La Rochelle, France
          1683 – The Battle of Vienna, Austria
          1716 – Peterwardein, Hungary
          1815 – The Battle of New Orleans, America
          1945 – Hiroshima, Japan
          1955 – Austria
          1964 – Brazil
          1975 – Portugal

          “Those who are sworn to serve their country in the armed forces are servants of the security and freedom of the nations. If they carry out their duty honorably, they truly contribute to the common good of the nation and the maintenance of peace.”-Catechism of the Catholic Church, #2310

          • Amen. How can I serve my nation in lieu of being in the military due to my hearing loss?

          • Raph Sebastian

            Serving doesn’t only mean taking up arms to preserve liberty, security and peace. You have other talents, the LORD will guide you and show you how to best use those talents to serve.

          • Thank you, captain.

          • Raph Sebastian

            You are welcome, dear brother. You have already served with distinction on this very blog, I am quite sure there are tens if not hundreds perhaps even thousands of people who have read your posts, your researched material and probably inspired just as many with your faith journey.

            Your contributions are of great and profound value even though you may think they are insignificant. God bless you dear brother.

          • Thank you, captain, and God bless you too.

          • Kkdgrace

            I’ll add a big Amen to that!

          • Brenda

            Ralph is correct Trevor, being and older female I feel angry enough to want to fight but know that would only be a hindrance to the stronger men who are more able, It could be a simple talent like helping to teach others how to grow or store their own foods, or similar talents that may not seem initially heroic that may be just as important for our survival when the time comes, or it could be teaching your children a skill so they can help when the time comes, as Walid said it could even be a few decades before SHTF big time, Small talents can be just as important like the gears to a watch, they all need to be working together.

          • Julie LaBrecque

            As far as I am concerned, what you are doing now (all the researching/brainstorming/analyzing/disseminating) IS serving your country. And keep praying of course.

          • Thank you, dear sister.

          • Julie LaBrecque

            Proudly your sister – and co-godmother with Grandmere.

          • With The Brick and the Iron Skillet, I shall fear no evil, for two fine ladies shall clear my enemies from my path.

          • Kkdgrace

            Oh now THAT is excellent! “The Brick and the Iron Skillet”..Lol, I LOVE it!

          • Kamau41

            You have been doing an outstanding job by far my good brother. Keep on praying/rowing.

          • Nan

            I’ve made more than one rosary for a priest that was sent with a note about liking priests to be armed and dangerous.

          • Kamau41

            You have beautifully layed out the history of how crucial battles have been won. This reaffirms the power of prayer with the Rosary. Excellent citation right from the Catechism. Thank you brother, Sabastian

        • Kamau41

          Excellent reminder of that fact! They indeed did.

    • Nan

      A lot of people pray the rosary right away in the morning, last thing at night or in the car. It isn’t one of my habits though.

      I’m laughing at your typo, Scared Heart of Jesus, indeed.

      • To err is human; to forgive, divine.

        Alexander Pope.

  • Michael Powell

    This may be so, but the Haitians don’t deserve that, compounding insult on injury after being stiffed by the Clintons.

    • DANTEcrossingtheRiverStyx

      First an earthquake then the Clintons, followed by a Hurricane. One disaster after another.

      • Kkdgrace


  • Julie LaBrecque

    I don’t recall a major hurricane prior to this one that had the name of an evangelist. Sadly, the damages will affect the property of the innocents as well. Baal is at work.

    • St. Matthew was a tax collector wasn’t he?

      If so… The Tax man cometh.

      • Kkdgrace

        Oh I like this one! Lol!

        • Good… Sometime we need to find the sliver lining in the storm.

          • Kkdgrace


  • DANTEcrossingtheRiverStyx

    Thank you Andrew for the article. Once again I am compelled to rethink everything. Worship, prayer, action!

    • DANTEcrossingtheRiverStyx

      P. S. love the works of art.

  • Raph Sebastian

    My prayers for your daughter and her family.

  • Deplorable Xenophobe Perry

    FREE SPEECH CRACKDOWN: EU orders British press NOT to reveal when terrorists are Muslims

    • richinnameonly

      Governments are just wonderful these days. The only time they take a stand it’s for the wrong reasons.

  • Andy Holland

    The turbulent flow from a faucet is poorly modeled by science – maybe we haven’t experienced a storm shape like that but wrath of God?

    No this is man’s curse on nature for the fall.

    When God’s wrath hits trepidation will follow trepidation, the stars will drop like figs as the heavens are rolled like a scroll – the good will disappear being taken into the clouds and folks on earth will be unable to die – their lives will be long so their punishment seems longer…..

    • Julie

      It makes me think of the faces on the World Trade Towers when they were first hit. I pray for their conversion…October 7…feast of the Most Holy Rosary…when Christianity defeated the Turks at Lepanto…………

      • Andy Holland

        Oh Holy Mother of God save us.

        I read a Saint who said it is proper to ask Mary to save us as she is fully Mother of God and her petitions are always answered by God.

        Her body was a loan to God – a debt that can never be repaid (not economic) in that through Mary God became man and experienced His creation. If all the Angels and people became evil, Creation would be worth it to God because of the Joy Mary brought Him – she is higher than the Angels.

        Love those Rosaries!

        • Julie

          Yes…she is all pure, immaculate and we cannot as sinners imagine what it is like to encounter the woman without sin, but to trust her prayers are more powerful than all the angels, saints, apostles combined.

          And there is the Psalm…91?…to ask protection from the terrors at night…

          And that prayer and fasting can mitigate chastisements.

          But at, the last Medgugorje seer to receive all secrets, said it will be bad for America….

          I spoke to my old friend from high school, and they have such an indifference and disbelief that Christ established one Church, no desire to learn from the past or to encounter the communion of saints, let alone devotion and intercession of the Blessed Virgin.

  • David W

    The communists behind global warming propaganda are doing everything in their power to silence the truth about the actual climate change brought about by solar activity. They have gained control over every aspect of our travel, purchasing habits, leisure, food production, bathroom activities, refrigerators, TV viewing, our jobs, shopping, etc. A global “carbon” tax is something that Clinton and Kerry will force on Americans.This is the impetus of the “smart” home technology, which allows control and surveillance of what we do in our homes. Combine this with the MASSIVE NSA surveillance of all email, phone calls, online activity, and you have a draconian police state at work in the USA. And for some straaaaange reason, this TRILLION DOLLAR spy network does not stop the massive increase in drug trafficking, terrorist acts, violent home invasions, child abductions, mob violence, carjackings, border incursions of Mexican military and the illegal entry of groups known as OTM! But then again, if you see something, say something–unless it is a Mooslim with a machete, molotov cocktail, or an M16.

    • Raph Sebastian

      In order to boost her leftist tree hugging image, Crooked Clinton has trotted out the hypocrite and creepy Al Gore.

      In the 1990’s Al Gore and his “climate scientists” said in twenty years time, we would all be underwater when the polar icecaps melt. It’s now 2016 going into 2017, a good 27 years since his statement and unless you and I are in scuba gear, typing on waterproof computers underwater, then Al Gore is right.

      But if we are not then, Al Gore is a charlatan and is as relevant as a Nokia cell phone.

    • Kkdgrace

      It’s not just the extreme control and the spying on the homefront- I have heard it said that these tentacles are reaching all across the world. Kinda like a net that has been woven- one that covers the world and is now being squeezed ever tighter in order to control the population in general.

  • Brenda

    He never said innocent people would not get caught up in the storms that are coming, They have often stated the opposite on this site, yes a lot of innocent lives will be lost in all of this along with the evil, But the innocents will be in a better place. If I knew that I had to go in order to spare millions of innocents lives later on I’d understand the bigger picture, It’s not any different than being in man made war, some will crash their planes into the ground of an incoming tank if they know it is going to save hundreds of their own men.

  • Nichole

    When God gets ready to cleanse the earth of sin, this Hurricane and Katrina will look like small stuff. If I am interpreting the prophecies correctly, the whole planet earth is going to go through major earthquakes and other disasters that we see as natural disaster all at once. However, this could be a strong warning to give everyone a chance to reflect and straighten up. If this is the case you have to wonder when San Francisco, Chicago, and other cities rife with sin will also experience a strong warning.

    • The whole earth and heavens will be burned by fires. That’s the final judgment that await.

  • Michael Powell

    I heard a crazy report that there is a U.S. weather submarine “directing traffic” so to speak. Shooting FM waves into the sky. Atmo heats up above the target, and you get a hurricane. It’s a crazy report, no idea if it’s true, but wouldn’t put it past them.

    • Catbr

      Have you ever heard about HAARP? This is a system that is used to control the weather.

      • Michael Powell

        Yes I have. None of the technical details, however.

        • Catbr

          Jesse Ventura’s Conspiracy show from a few years back did an episode on this. Looks possible with all the massive powerful equipment they have. The government doesn’t want anyone to know much about it. Information’s on the internet.

      • Julie LaBrecque

        So does Baal.

  • rodolfo

    Jesus Christ our salvation, I pray for protection of those who believes in You if they call upon Your name. May Your Light shine upon those who still walk in the dark so that salvation may also come to them. Amen

  • “I’m happy to live somewhere that is welcoming to both LGBT people and straight people.”

    Then go jump in a hot tub with gays and pedophiles. I do not understand why you have to tell us. You think we are interested?

    • jami

      Wonderfull answer yeehheee

      • I deleted his response. He said that he prefers to go to hell where its warm instead of being with Christians.

        • jami

          lovely , so he has booked tickets in advance , cool idea, i wish him gud luck

  • What the heck did you do Andrew? My falafel stand had a mile long complaining customers from Gomorrah. I had to sit here and scatter a ton of frothing demons into the abyss. What did you do? You advertised our falafel special for $2.99 in the Sodom Herald? Good grief Andrew.

    • Julie LaBrecque

      ROFL!! I’ll get the power-washer fired up to help with the clean-up.
      Calling Kamau41, we’ve got a flood going on over here and need your boat to pick up Grandmere and Susan to get them over here to help with the clean-up. All hands on deck!

      • Kamau41

        I have the boat all ready to go for pick up.

        • Julie LaBrecque

          Thanks for being ready at the helm.

          • Kamau41

            Anytime my dear Sister.

        • If you guys only knew how many comments I have deleted this morning from demonic influenced people. Its mind boggling. They were attacking all of you. It was over 50% of the comments. It is unusual. I used to allow some negative comments so this way we can have dialogue hoping to convert souls, but these souls were so evil they were beyond healing. I am puzzled at how the world is changing. I would hate it to have folks attacked here by these reprobates.

          • Andrew Bieszad

            It is a sign of the times. If Lot had Internet access during his day (circa 1800 BC), I would not be surprised if these people made the same comments on his blog too.

          • Ceirwyn

            Evil is a scared little baby who knows the King is coming to put his
            toys away and send him to bed. This is just the tantrum of evil knowing it can’t be God, no matter how much it wants to be.

          • jami

            you killed it Walid, God bless you .

          • Kamau41

            Truly, it is indeed incomprehensible. All a reflection of this very sick and evil generation we are currently living in and getting worse by the day.

    • Andrew Bieszad

      I opened up a can of chickpeas, that was what I did 😉

      • Falafel is not made of canned chickpeas Andrew. You soak the garbanzo beans overnight. Grind them to a pulp, add spices, parsley, onion, garlic …

        If you make falafel from an opened chickpea can it NEVER works for falafel. It works for Hummus.

        No wonder customers are ticked off 😉 I let you run the falafel stand for one day and now I have the entire community of Gommorah coming after our hides.

        • Andrew Bieszad

          Thank goodness I didn’t tell you what happened to the tahini…

    • Kkdgrace

      Lol! Sir thank you for the much needed laugh! Humor has been rather a rare phenomena in my life of late. Bless you!

      • Just another day at the Falafel King stand. Just another day.

        • Kkdgrace

          Sounds like you could make a song or jingle out of those two statements…..I know I have one running around in my head currently
          (Unfortunately, it’s to the tune of “Mr. Rogers Neighborhood”)! Been that way as long as I can remember- I hear a word or a phrase and I get some kind of song stuck in my mind, even if it’s one of my own making.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    No faulty logic – please re-read article in its entirety.

  • I do not understand what are you writing about here. Can you be more specific?

  • joe

    Romans 5:20 where sin increases Grace super abounds it….. Im sure theres plenty of Christians there for God not to punish Florida. Did Jesus say that he would of spared Sodom for 10 righteous people as Abraham ask? Yes He did. This hurricane is NOT God’s doing!

  • jami

    Kkdgrace , when our Lord Jesus was on Earth , he went through horror for our sins but he still carried his cross and so must we . Your troubles will still exist but lets just put the focus off us and thank God , we arent seeing horrow.lookup at the situation in Pakistan and other places and know that there is tortures and rapes of young children and then you will find that yours and mine trouble isnt that bad . Looking around is to feel lighter and thank God in every situation. Its very hard to do I know coz im only telling you this because I do it myself, I shift the focus from my troubles to the rest of the sufferg world. im with you in ur difficult time. Keep faith , you never kno what the hell im goin thru. Lol. Stay blessed. God is here feel his presence

    • Kkdgrace

      Thank you for the reminder. It’s all too easy to become so wrapped up in your own trials that one ends up almost completely self-focused and self-preoccupied. I am aware of the awful tragedies taking place across the world, but my compassion has become “blunted” because of my own delimas. May God forgive me!

      • jami

        Its absolutely ok to get soaked in our own dillemas but its also important to get out of them . Its like get in and out , we always have this option and we must do it. Change some things that you do in a day to keep your focus off ur problm. Look in the mirror and remember the days when you wore makeup and painted ur nails and how happy you were , do those things again. Go out and fetch for someone to chit chat , watch comedy , go outdoors look around get urself pushed to not focus on whats goin on in ur life at the moment . im wit u. sing songs of praises, walk outside and say ur rosary simultaneously, do stuffs you never did. Write about your life in a book and automatically while ur writing you wouldnt like to add the negative stuffs coz you know that its pointless neway. Go girl

  • Ceirwyn

    While I don’t doubt God will double it as judgment, hurricanes are a natural part of the south eastern US’s ecosystem. They’re not even a big deal down here because we’re so use to them (yes, even somewhat nasty ones). We used to get 3 or so a year, but haven’t for decades now, which has caused drought conditions, so it’s no surprise now we’re having a big one.

    As for the sodomites, you can thank Hollywood and other anti-christian organization for bring these degenerates to the state and parading them in front of the majority of southerners. We’ve had a lot of migrants from PC areas rushing down here, getting laws changed, driving up prices, and generally trying to ruin the Christian culture (apparently, this doesn’t work well, because every liberal and Muslim I’ve met has promptly wanted to move out of the area because it’s “too Christian” or “too backwards”.

  • jami

    Ur ryt thats not ur God, urs is Shaitan enjoy the facilities

  • jami

    Receive Gods mercy for urself bro, before pointing fingers to the man of God.

  • jami

    But no promises made on hurricanes

  • Julie LaBrecque

    God is welcoming to all sinners who will repent and change their ways. Homosexuals will NOT enter heaven – if you don’t love homos enough to tell them they must repent, then you have no love at all. Sometimes you must be cruel to be kind.
    God rained fire and brimstone down upon Sodom and Gomorrah. I will assume you are familiar with those names and the words derived from them. If you would like to be armed with a source that can help homos overcome their attraction, Go to

  • Julie LaBrecque

    I missed the part where he said that the hurricane was going to destroy the planet.

  • Julie LaBrecque

    St Nilus’ prophecy about our day is spot on about homos.

  • Andrew Bieszad

    Yes, natural cycles play a role, but God is the author of nature and is not bound by its laws.

    • Kkdgrace

      He may also step in and intervene at any time He wishes….. or step back and let the forces at play run their course. In either case, He is still in control and does as He wills- for purposes truly known only to Himself. How can we shake our fists at those purposes since we do not have His mind….nor the ability to fully understand and comprehend any of His plans? Who dares to say that he knows the mind of God? That’s one reason it remains futile to rage at the tragedies that abound- who among mankind can approach even the smallest understanding of how our great God thinks? Who dares to say that he “knows”? How prideful man is to think that he is capable of knowing and understanding even part, much less “all”.

  • Kkdgrace

    Thank you for the reminder. God bless

  • I do not own a falafel stand. It is the sort of humor like the comedy Taxi or these good old comedies from the east coast. An imaginary falafel stand, a Palestinian immigrant in Chicago who is trying to scrape a living, he brings in his simple street life and his ancient outdated logic, he compares it to the world he sees in the West, he finds the truth and then tries to relate it to his customers … he lives in a world gone mad and tries to make a sense of it.

    Now you spoiled the whole essence of the comedy 😉

  • Does God love homosexuals and hates homophobes? And is warning of Sodom and Gommorah a message from “false prophets”?
    And is the judgment on who is and who is not a false prophet is the duty of leadership or any nitwit who is acting as if he is God?

  • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

    You’re not crazy.

  • Thank you.

  • Nope. Lived in New England and the stuff the damned Purtian did still haunts that area.

    • racarrera

      It’s probably best to separate the concept of America from the United States when it comes to Catholicism, my brother.

  • jami

    when finally “Icepants” lands in hell, his ice pants will melt and his …sss gona burn big time, and then he gona cry Jesus help. Mr.Icepants repent and receive the Lord Jesus Christ , you cant hold ur ice in hell.

  • jami

    must be

  • jami

    God have mercy on you for persecuting Gods chosen one.

  • “Actually I am a Christian.”

    Did I ask if you were “Christian”? No.

    I asked three questions.

    And as I predicted you will do “These are questions you cannot answer”.

    Instead of answering, you the so-called “Christian” frothed like a demon possessed and cannot answer simple questions as Scripture demanded to always “be ready to give an answer …”

    Therefore, when the simple questions (above) are presented to the demonic who cannot and will not answer, it becomes obvious that their froth demands an exorcism.

    I rest my case. Stop sending your messages. Be gone. Depart.

  • “Mind your own business and worry about your own souls and stop blaming/judging people.”

    Can a Catholic be Catholic and pro-Sodom at the same time?

    ” do something wonderful for your fellow man”

    Do you want to compare notes with what you do for fellow man with this group here? Let us know when you are ready for the challenge you present?

    Now watch how you will fail to even answer.

  • darkknight91

    And if this hurricane doesn’t cause the damage and loss of life you’re thinking/hoping for?

  • Raph Sebastian

    This is nothing new, I too have had men under my command in Iraq and Afghanistan who say the same thing, not just once but on quite a few occasions. They come up to me, and say. “Thanks Captain.” I ask for what? “For ordering me to move.” I look at them bewildered, knowing that I didn’t, I was probably not even near him during the firefight. And I often tell them we have our guardian angels watching over us, just be ready to listen and act, they often laugh at me for saying that, although many are brave devout men. They make jokes like, yeah, funny how my guardian angel sounds just like you.

    You see we have confession and Mass every time before we go out on missions in Afghanistan. In Iraq it was different, it was nonstop battle after battle as we made our way into the main cities. Most of my Catholic men, are pretty devout, of course there are the ones that are not as well, but once you have close calls, you tend to either become numb or you become a little more fervent, depending on how well one is catechized.

    But you are right, there is more than just the occasional soldier who says that they heard being told to move while no one else heard, there are things soldiers don’t often talk about, some things they hear and sometimes see, but like I said, this is nothing new and happens pretty much frequently.

    • Kkdgrace

      Ralph, I didn’t know about your history of serving in the military….and particularly in those “hell-holes” of Iraq and Afghanistan. I learn a little “something more” about a member of my “Shoebat Family” almost every time I get the opportunity to log onto the site. Thank you for your service…for putting your life on the line and for your leadership.

      For me, this explains a great deal about the sometimes (oft times?) rather abrupt “No nonsense- I refuse to put up with even a slight hint of BS from anyone” approach I often sense when coming across several of your comments and/or debates. My late husband was former military (and is there really any such thing as “former” military?) and he often approached many matters in like manner- no patience or pandering to the silly or simplistic- especially when confronted with outright misinformation- in conversing, “debating” or just disagreeing with others.

      I love to learn these facets of others’ lives. I think it is all to easy to fall prey to the tendency to think, treat, or interact with site contributors in a purely one- dimensional manner, not knowing or taking into consideration the many factors, the many life experiences that contribute to the make-up of each and every one of us. So much misunderstanding arises from our false assumptions about one another (and sadly, all too often seen in encounters with those newly exposed to the site)! One of the reasons I am glad to learn a little about your background- sure helps in giving the mind another “lens” for use in reading many of your comments!

      It may take me years and years of being a part of this family before I am able to get a better hint of the “truth” about individual “peeps”. So worth it though. Seems I come away impressed in one way or another, no matter what : )

      (And I apologize for the “chattiness” of this post. Comes as a result of too long intervals without much, if any, meaningful interaction with others- a “facet” of my own, due to current trials. Please forgive!)

      • Raph Sebastian

        Dear sister, no need to apologize for anything, I am glad you see where I am coming from.

        The military turns boys into men. Men who have served generally have no patience for BS. They can also smell BS from miles away. Many have seen BS, in all shapes and forms, being thrown at them throughout their military service or career so they know how to spot a BSer and normally deal with them swiftly.

        It was an honor to have served, commanded and fought alongside brave men, who are my brothers, some of whom, I had to watch being loaded in their flag draped caskets into the cargo hold of a C-17 that was bringing them back home. I have cried a million tears privately and openly with my men, written letters to the families of my fallen brothers telling them of the valor and loyalty my fallen brothers had and I seen some horrors of war that has forever changed me.

        I agree, if we knew each other’s history, I think it would be a lot easier to understand the angles from which each one of us is coming from. There are a few others here whom have served as well, old soldiers like Tom McEwen, he too does not suffer fools lightly.

        However, I thank God for what He has given me everyday and try to be the best I can in every way, but patience is a commodity that He probably didn’t give me enough of.

        • Kkdgrace

          Ah ha! I should have recognized the possibility of Tom having had a military background! That info is practically “written” throughout almost every comment/response he makes. A “duh” moment for me, in hindsight!

    • Nan

      Abp Broglio is getting my canonical parish priest. Father’s house background check is underway and he thinks he’ll be off in January, for the Air Force. I haven’t yet asked if he has become burial or whether the men wherever he goes will learn about the Divine Liturgy.

      • Raph Sebastian

        If you are referring to Mass being celebrated for servicemen, I am not sure if it is still happening at this present time. so many military chaplains are being targeted for speaking about the LORD. The military has lost its way, in place of God, they have allowed the sodomite agenda in.

        In my time, Mass was celebrated everyday, so that everyone who is Catholic could receive the Eucharist before going out on missions or patrols. We knew of the risks we have willingly accepted and we know that some days not all of us will return to base alive.

        I hope your priest will be able to do his duty when he is in the Air Force.

  • “Your questions are not valid in any sense. ”

    Okay I will rephrase. Does God:

    A) Love all sinners? Yes or No?
    B) And if homophobia (according to you) is a sin, does God then love the homophobes?

    Demons quote scripture and it means nothing. Any frothing responses will be deleted. It seems that you can be controlled since here you switch to somewhat from demon to being human.

    Your answers should be something like this:

    A=Yes, B=No

    Anything else will be deleted. No exceptions. I have too many twisted souls to treat a day and the nurse ran out of haldol.

  • Go back further than that.

  • Go back further.

  • And how interesting to see “Willing to Die For Jesus” upvoting this comment whilst being ignorant of Catholic colonies in America long before the War of Independence. Yep, that Australian is tooting his own horn. Enjoy gloating, “Willing to Die For Jesus.”

  • Julie

    As Catholics in our 2,000 year tradition, we have always upheld the Blessed Mary and her intercession for us began on her initiation around 200 AD, as well as we always believing in the communion of saints.

    For us it is The Word Made Flesh.

    We do not believe in Sola Scriptura. We believe in the apostolic teachings — and our faith is lived out in every day life, how we approach the Word of God, not in isolation, alone, and subject to our own individualistic inclinations, but rather encountering His Sacred Word….as Logos, the Living Word… Who is Christ.

    Christ is the living summation of the Word of God, and He received His flesh from His mother, Virgin most pure. We are all sinners and cannot imagine a creature without sin. But Mary is.

    And in Revelations, because we receive the Eucharist, the Word Made Flesh, we receive eternal life now…and if we remain faithful to Him, and avoid serious sin, and depend totally on Him…death does not have sting, but it is a passing door to be in union with Him.

    The vocation of every Catholic, and likewise all Christian brethren with Trinitarian baptism is to enter into the life of the Holy Trinity now….this Eternal Life…and second, to relieve the suffering of those around us.

    Entering into the life of the Holy Trinity is both sacramental and in continual deep contemplative prayer.

    And….we enjoy the communion of saints who pray in heaven for our perseverance in the Lord and the conversion of sinners. We as Catholics pray this prayer…’O My Jesus, forgive us our sins save us from the fires of hell, lead all souls to heaven, especially those in most need of Your mercy.’…at the end every decade.

    Mary’s prayers are greater than all the angels and saints…including the apostles.

    She is part of the communion of saints. She prays for us, and when we join our prayers with her, she makes them that much more agreeable to God.

    When we entrust ourselves to the Blessed Mother, she magnifies the Lord within us, and clarifies for us His will, for it is the Crucified Lord and doing His will Who is the Bridge to the Heavenly Father…Mary facilitates the Lord’s mission.

    As His mother, of all creatures, it is Mary who is closest to Him, who witnessed His growth and earthly and divine mission more than any other.

    We are all called to be part of His Church, not Luther’s idea, who took it on himself to change religion, to change Christianity…that has been totally fragmented and divisive ever since.

    Yet Luther had devotion to Mary until the day he died.

    It is in America, that has lost so much of its Christian roots that does not venerate Christ’s mother…look at the women in our society who do not value their sacred dignity as women, who do not seek to have a gentle spirit….

    I am part of of the Church; Christ established both visible and invisible…not something purely invisible as Luther — one man before the entire history of teachers theologians, saints, clerics….

    You reduce the Church to being alone with the bible….you have no apostles…who forbade us to interpret Scripture according to our own ideas….you have no hierarchy of the priesthood…no liturgy, no communion of saints…no eternal life.

    I would advise you to go to another more Christ centered community that will bring you that much closer to Christ. I have a number of Protestant friends who do not even bother getting into anti Catholic stuff.

    So many times the people who come on here criticizing and invalidating our sacred faith never tell us the denomination we should join…because they think theirs is better.

    I know of a dear Christian friend who is obviously not Catholic and is into these sects that are highly judgmental and invalidating of more main line denominations. She told me she and her friend went to a lutheran church and looked at everybody in their rituals….and thought they didn’t know the Lord like them….see what I am getting at?

    I appreciate your kindness…but again…go to another Christian church that doesn’t get into criticizing other practices they don’t understand and refuse to study.

    You might like looking at a Catholic catechism…there are 2,865 doctrines concerning Christ….that give you scripture reference as well as the councils that were set up to correct errors or misapplication of Scripture in the times they lived in….and I think there are about 30 doctrines concerning Mary that explain her position as intercessor and her place as Christ’s mother.

    There are only several dogmas drawn from the ‘sense’ of Scripture.

    But when it comes to our saintly intercessors….that is Scriptural…Revelations…

    You might want to visit…who is former protestant now Catholic who speaks of Mary and how protestants don’t realize they need Mary to be come that much closer to Christ…we are family…that is the construct going back to the foundation of mankind….

    God bless you!

  • Стефан Евгений

    Walid, In the last days we are taught buy our Elders that priests will be come too worldly, and seek a comfortable life. I dont see priests these days with the marks of suffering b/c they would not reject Christ.
    I go to my icon corner with it’s little lamp and enter a world where the storms of this world can’t come in.

    • Kkdgrace

      That sound incredibly lovely…and something I am currently missing in my life and physical world. One more item to remedy.

    • Nan

      Just found the icons I need to finish. They were in the second box I opened after moving.

  • jami

    Ya n probably som 72 virgins too. My muzzy bro

  • Kkdgrace

    Bless you….and thanks!

  • mikifenn

    This may engulf more than just the states in the direct hit of the hurricane. Crops are being ruined. Without farms and orchards we will face food shortages, higher prices as perhaps even famines. This hurricane will cause problems far greater than the immediate danger it imposes on people. Prepare for the rise in food prices.

  • Julie

    I thought about this some more and got a second thought…she has never met me but personally reached out to us….and so what I sent back to her was for her personal.

    Religion comes from the Latin word, ‘Religio’….to look up, to bind….true religion binds us to Christ…and as it refers to His saving and redeeming mission to us, and our hopefully eventual communion with Him in heaven…I see no other as true religion.

    I don’t know where in the world you are getting your info from.

    I studied professionally under my archdiocese and we went over and over the documents and catechism many times, and never came up with what you just put out.

    Best to mind your own business. Seek the Lord with all your heart and He will give you true understanding of true religion, and will now pray for you as well.

    God bless!

  • Nan

    Oh, the lies you’ve been told! There have been three born without original sin. Jesus, of course, because He is God, Mary, because she was Christ’s original Tabernacle and it would be unseemly for Him to dwell in a place of sin, and St John the Baptist, who leapt in his mother’s womb upon the arrival of his Lord, God and cousin to jis parents house.

    It doesn’t make sense that Jesus was born to Mary unless she was born without sin. Note also that the Catholic Church teaches she was bodily assumed into heaven. Recently scientists discovered that every child leaves cells behind, in its mother. That explains why Mary was assumed into heaven as God couldn’t leave cells behind from His incarnation.

  • OrthodoxChristianAmerican

    Not so. God said that He would no longer send a flood to wipe out the greater part of mankind. And He destroyed the 5 cities of the plain, including Sodom and Gommorah, with fire.

  • Nan

    Usually by Protestants.

  • Nan

    Just demons and other spawn of Satan.

  • Nan

    He brought a message of Truth and threw the moneylenders out of the temple. Did you forget?

  • Nan

    Why do Muslims rape then? It happens all the time. Muslims rape western women or Christian women. Muslims don’t condemn homosexuals unless they’re the catcher, the pitcher isn’t considered homosexual. It is Islam. We know taqiya.

  • racarrera

    California is on alert for a large earthquake at the moment. It’s bad enough that the City of San Bernardino shut its offices down out of a concern that this quake could happen at any moment. We’ll see if it does.

  • jami

    When good sees evil, good runs away & when evil sees good, evil runs away . The wall that is around Andrew or Walid is built by the Most high and evil shivers to even stand besides it. The devil is like a roaring lion but God made the lion himself and he knows how to tame it as well. God has you both covered under his strong wings. Let us all pray and bless Walid and Andrew and all their families for the nonstop hard work they put in with full fear overcomed. These brave guys are chosen by God. I feel so good reading all their articles in my room safe and protected and when they prepare these articles , how much fear coms around , I think. Real heroes are here. May God always protect them

  • Unfortunately it was the Baptists who pushed for the separation of the Church and state. And we are paying the price for that mistake.

    How do I know? Take a look at what is going on. There’s group of people arguing that the constitution never said “separation of state and mosque” so that they can isolate and marginalize Christians. Then it get worse. Because of this freedom, any man can crack open the bible and start his own church without and kind of penalty. It’s a mess.

  • Kkdgrace

    Thank you, dear Sister. May God bless you. The love and compassion demonstrated by my brothers and sisters in Christ causes me to well up with tears at times- tears of love and gratitude. Those who routinely bash Christianity have no concept of the love so freely given and displayed by true followers of Christ.

  • Grandmere

    Good one, mon ami!

  • mspip

    guessing that laissez les bon temps trollez means let the good times roll??? i do not know but a few words of other languages and speak none of them.

    • Grandmere

      LOL Laissez les bon temps rouler = Let the good times roll. I think he was taking a poke at a troll..

  • mspip

    he seems to be rude and ought to consider his own problem one of which is lack of manners….. most of us who post on here are more polite.

  • Hey, we only revealed what the weather experts where telling us whom everyone wants us to follow. Also, does God in your view love homophobes?

  • mspip

    fortunately i had some help!

  • Nice article, but faulty reasoning. The idea that the storm Matthew is God’s vengeance against Florida for support of the gay community is — well, stupid. For one thing God says that He does not do anything unless He reveals it to His servant or servants first. A good example is the story of Jonah. Who was sent to Florida to warn of this coming Storm BEFORE it materialized? No one. After the fact it is easy to claim the wrath of God is come on the people of Florida. Now that the Storm has past, where is all of this doom that was supposed to fall on Florida? The Storm brushed by them with nothing near what the projections were — so, does this near miss then mean God approves of Florida support for homosexuals? After all, it seems He spared them — that is if we are to use the same basic reasoning found at the beginning of this article. Come on Walid, you are better than that.

  • Raph Sebastian

    Dude, that’s the most idiotic comment ever! Such stupidity normally never gets a response from me, it’s best left for all to see in it’s full glory of ignorance, but it’s so rare that stupidity of this enormity is displayed, thanks for providing all other intelligent lifeforms on here a good laugh.

    Why a good laugh? Because you make an assumption that was never promulgated by me, obviously there were people already inhabiting the places Columbus discovered, but you make an art of missing the point, the point is, you moron, that Christianity, namely, the Catholic faith predated the founding of the USA. You either read the whole post in context starting with the person who began the post or you just don’t comment with such utter stupidity!

  • Bull. Islam supports pedophilia while it condemns hairy apes going at it.

    The West in its era under Christianity has not known the phenomenon we call the homosexual movement until the 20th century. During the Christian era, whenever homosexuality was discussed, it was almost always considered an abberation imported from the Muslim orient which there it was always considered not just an acceptable practice but a norm and is why homosexuals tend to be more sympathetic towards Islam over Christianity.

    The proof to this is simple. All one has to do in order to understand Islamic history is to review ISIS and they will see is a microcosm of the times of Muhammad and his companions, Khalid, Ali, Omar, Abu Bakr including all the Muslim dynasties after them … ghosts from a dark history past who miraculously were released from the depths of the pit into your social media network and youtube all with the original mascara eyes men, red dye henna beards, long hair like women (Revelation 9:8), dress, sexual habits including all the depraved strange preferences and unimaginable brutality.henna


    What the western analyst fails to consider is that the Muslim world underwent a period of westernization in which the British Empire slowly rid us the sickness of Sate in India, child brides throughout the Muslim world and to somewhat set up laws which collided with Shariah but failing to completely obliterated it.

    Detractors argue over ISIS and we argue back asking; how can these small band of Muslim terrorists transform a society in Syria and Iraq into a living hell? They counter saying that ISIS is an unusual pheomenon which is different from the traditional Muslim culture and we ask; since after the dismantlement of the Ottomans was there anything that existed even close to a Muslim culture? In Egypt where the hub of Muslim civilization thrived there thrived British arts which covered its ruins and today we still have fifty percent of the ‘Muslims’ in Egypt are the Muslim ‘protestants’ fighting to keeping it that way and is why these insist that they alongside the Copt worship the same God concocting yet a new Islam which has never existed.

    ISIS has a religion, in fact, the purist forms of Islam: Islam itself. Islam is ISIS and ISIS is Islam in its purest form. Our critics will argue, how so, especially since ISIS’s understanding of Islam has been debunked a thousand times over by major Muslim theologians worldwide. They always exclaim ‘How dare you?’

    We dare, for even daring to go against the tide is a western phenomenon not Muslim. The ISIS phenomenon is Islam itself which simply was catapulted from the time-tunnel of history to reveal its original reality. Islam throughout history has always transferred any region it occupied into a land of corruption, sodomites and degenerates while Christianity transferred the entire Middle East after the Ottomans into a land of milk and honey.

    One honest expose argued on how Islam is the religion of sodomites was written by Muslim Saudi writer Dr. Zuhair Mohammed Jamil Kutby who laments (I translated from Arabic): “The Arab Nation and through its scholars, jurists and intellectuals, think of the Muslim world as one of the best nations. They say it is a nation like no other in the universe. But the fact is that it went through periods of physical and moral degeneration that even history is embarrassed of.”

    He added:

    “When we come back to read some pages of our history—not the history written by the western orientalist lest we claim they are antagonistic. We find that our Arab history is full of conflict, crowded with a culture of lying and exposed by sexual and moral deviation … is it not considered wrong and shameful the spread of corruption and sexual deviation in the corridors and palaces during [Muslim] Arab rule?”

    Kutby was not discussing some odd ruler or some abberrant phenomenon, no, he was discussing the highest pride of Muslim history rulers: “Plentiful were these [deviations] written in our history books, novels and stories. For example, The Abbasid Caliph Harun al-Rashid spent his nights with a boy named Al-Majin and the immoral poet Abu Nawas…Here are the verses that indicate sexual decadence and corruption in which Abu Nawas says ‘Adela blames my choice,
 a boy smooth as an Oryx …
leave me alone, I said,
 do not blame me, 
I am committed to what you hate 
and until death do us part
. Did not the book of Allah instruct?
 To prefer boys over girls…’”


    And if one thinks what future lays for the West with its promotion of homosexuality in the military, they need to look no further than the Muslim history to see the results. Throughout Muslim history, Muslim sultans were very fond of handsome young slaves whom they kept close to their persons as pages, service-boys, bodyguards, special troops and as gay companions. Infatuation for such slaves was a bane of the life of Muslim royalty and nobility in particular, although they considered it to be a fashion. In fact, the whole of the Muslim armies and system was a gay tryst.

    Almost all of the Muslim caliphates beginning with the Rashidun, Umayyad, Abbasid, Córdoba Spain, Fatimid all the way down to the Ottomans, from the highest leaders to the lowest of low they indulged in ghilman (boy love).

    Under the Khilji Dynasty (1290-1320) Sultan Alauddin Khilji sodomized his most beloved soldier Malik Kafur, a slave boy from Gujarat after he “was castrated, converted to Islam, and was taken into Alauddin’s service”. Vincent Smith describes for example Sultan Khilji’s “addiction to disgusting vice.” Kafur ended up murdering Khilji the Sultan taking over the dynasty to only end up beheaded and taken over by Khilji’s son Qutb-uddin Mubarak Shah who was also among the bisexual, pedophile Muslim sultans.

    K.S. Lal, in his book, Muslim Slave System in Medieval India, documented the bisexual, pedophile Muslim sultans. Qutb had a boy lover, Hasan. Ultimately the degraded creature was killed by his minion when one homosexual lover named Khusrau Khan engaged the king in his intimate company and got him killed just as happened to his father.

    The culture of the west is becoming so debased to the extent that even the professing Christians, they do not see what lays on the horizon lacking to learn from history that such behavior in the Muslim world fulfilled Romans 1:26-27 in which God gave them over to shameful lusts were men abandoned natural relations with women and received in themselves the due penalty for their perversion. The whole of Scripture is prophetic and that penalty was death through assassinations, corruption and judgments from the Almighty God who gave us the most beautiful and wonderful pure faith of Christianity. A convert from Islam bows at the mention of the word “Christianity” while the west denounce its most wonderful history and amazing civilization in which even the Messianic and the Evangelical denounce Crusaders and Constantine without any shame. A debased society that says “thou shall not judge” always laying it as rule to defend the homosexual yet continually judges with such slander and malice the men who carried the shield of the cross to which I bow to and am not ashamed to make the sign of the cross.

    Christianity gave me the light. While I attended high-school at Dar Jasser in Bethlehem where the Muslim history was scrubbed of all the debauchery, but truth was whispered at times when teachers would every now and then expressed their concious having run into obvious words in the poetry and the Quran using the word “ghilman” (sex boys) which compelled them to finally tell the obvious.

    ISIS’s Islam is no different from when Qutub’s Islam whom was succeeded by Ghiyath al-Din Tughluq who was murdered by his son Muhammad bin Tughlak. Even the famed Ibn Batuta who was an African traveling historian documents the story on how Ghiyath al-Din Tughluq dabbled in mathematics, physics and Greek philosophy (what the west likes to pick up to complement Islam) yet the demented Tughluq surpassed his predecessors in bloodshed and brutality and just as ISIS did laid waste with pillage and murder till the inhabitants fled to the jungle. And just as ISIS does, he killed so many Hindus that in the words of the Moslem historian Ibn Batuta, “constantly in front of his royal pavilion and his Civil Court a mound of dead bodies and a heap of corpses, while the sweepers and executioners were wearied out by their work of dragging” the victims “and putting them to death in crowds.” In order to found a new capital at Daulatabad he drove every inhabitant from Delhi and left it a desert and hearing that a blind man had stayed behind in Delhi, he ordered him to be dragged from the old to the new capital, so that only a leg remained of the wretch. (Durant, page 461) And who would believe a couple decades ago when we lambasted our warnings that such history would be catapulted into our time:

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    And lest they say that such behaviors do not represent true Islam, pedophilia stems from the Qur’an and Muhammad himself. Muslim doublespeak covers up Muhammad’s marriage with Aisha, his six-year old wife and argue that he waited to consummate his marriage when she was nine. Such a story is repeated ad nauseam, but so few investigate the truth behind what is rarely known regarding that story. For example, the Huffington Post has an article by an ignoramus convert to Islam who was ashamed of the very Christian heritage I so longed to admire, named Dr. David Liepert defend the story by using a slick method of shuffling dates by using less than credible Islamic sources. However, such arguments are shattered when we examine the most credible of Islamic sources like Al-Tabari, truth is, even the supposed “waiting” that Muhammad did not have sex with the child bride until the age of 9 had nothing to do with Aisha’s maturity or reaching the age of puberty. It all had to do with a financial transaction: “…then Abu Bakr asked [the Prophet] “O Messenger of God, what prevents you from consummating the marriage with your wife?” The Prophet said “The bridal gift (sadaq).” Abu Bakr gave him the bridal gift, twelve and a half ounces [of gold], and the Prophet sent for us. He consummated our marriage in my house, the one where I live now and where he passed away. [The History of Al-Tabari: Biographies of the Prophet’s Companions and Their Successors, translated by Ella Landau-Tasseron, SUNY Press, Albany, 1998, Volume XXXIX, pp. 171-173]

    Muhammad’s companions and most of these old geezers married underage girls. Ali gave his underage daughter to Umar to have sex with a girl that have not reach pubescent: “Umar asked ‘Ali for the hand of his daughter, Umm Kulthum in marriage. ‘Ali replied that she has not yet attained the age (of maturity)… Thus ‘Ali gave his daughter Umm Kulthum a dress and asked her to go to ‘Umar’ ‘Go and tell your father that you are very pretty …’. With that ‘Ali married Umm Kulthum to ‘Umar.” [In Tarikh Khamees, Volume 2, p. 384 (‘Dhikr Umm Kalthum’) and Zakhair Al-Aqba, p. 168]

    Tahani (in pink) married her husband, Majed, when she was 6 and he was 25. Photo credit:
    In The Summary for The Message of Prayer, How To Teach Our Children Prayer by Sheikh Yousuf Al-Asfuri AlBahreini, First Edition, 1989, this book is for the elementary schools in Bahrain (for Shiites) (photo of page in Arabic here). In it, it gives the etiquettes of washing from ejaculation.

    Book Cover: How To Teach Our Children Prayer by Sheikh Yousuf Al-Asfuri AlBahreini. Page 53 which discusses the necessity to cleanse oneself and the conditions for washing “1—intercourse with the vaginal part of a woman…intercourse after ejaculating in her anus…intercourse after ejaculating in a boy’s anus…after intercourse with an animal…”
    Page 53 discusses the necessity to cleanse oneself and the conditions for washing “1—intercourse with the vaginal part of a woman…intercourse after ejaculating in her anus…intercourse after ejaculating in a boy’s anus…after intercourse with an animal…”

    ‘But this book was for the Shiites, not Sunnis’ exclaims the Muslim all throughout the web. Exposing all this to the Sunnis is always responded to by the Muslim’s quick refutations providing quick verses and narrations by Muhammad showing that such behaviors are un-Islamic. But the trick lays in that while one can easily find verses and Hadith of chastity, the loopholes, always remember Islam is the religion of loopholes, is untold, that when it comes to slaves, anything goes and is taught under all four schools of juresprudence; Ja’fari (23% Muslims); Hanafi (31%); Maliki (25%); Shafi΄i (16%). For example, under the Maliki the allowance for perophelia and sodomy with enemy slaves, men, underage boys or girls including sodomy is permitted in Islam. Who can refute, if so, they must name any Muslim scholar who denounced the four schools of jurisprudence who interpreted Islam.

    Moroccan journalist Hamid Tulist, in addressing the pedophilia problem in the Middle East, laments, not over some insignificant Muslim Caliphs, but the top most prestigious in Muslim history: “Even the prince of the faithful Caliph Al-Amin, son of Caliph Harun al-Rashid, bought his eunuchs and dedicated them for his private use and refused women and slaves, and anguished over his love for a boy named Kauthar, and sang for him love songs and poetry. Caliph and Commander of the Faithful of Allah, al-Wathiq bin Khalifa Mu’tasim and Caliph Harun al-Rashid’s grandson, longed for a boy called Mahj. He dedicated sweet and delicate poems for him. Commander of the Faithful and Caliph al-Walid ibn Yazid ibn Abd al-Malik was even said that he enticed his brother to sodomize him.”

    To all who are shamed in the West of their Christian history I urge, speak to some of the Arab scholars who even see that the only solution to solve this problem is to convert to the Judeo-Christian form of ethics. Tulist reverts not to the Quran, Hadith or Islamic jurisprudence to solve the problem of pedophilia in the Arab-Muslim world, but to the Jewish faith itself: “The first mention of a type of sexual perversion (homosexuality) stated in the first religious book known in the Arab East was Genesis, a Jewish book and the first book of the five books of the Torah. In the story of Lot were God punished sexual perversion. In fact the Arabic word ‘Luat’ (sodomy) came from the Hebrew ‘Lot’ and not from the Arabic.”

    Christianity and the West is innocent from such aberration, “The Christian West generally frowned on and even criminalized sodomy. When some nineteenth-century European elites wanted to experiment sexually, they had to go to Muslim lands. Richard Burton wrote in his terminal essay that some European elites especially, vacationed in Islamic lands specifically to experiment in the sexual perversions that were rampant, as confirmed by Murray & Roscoe and others.” (Yoel Natan, Moon-o-theism, vol. 2, p. 105) Gavin Maxwell says: “Homosexuality between man and boy was never considered in any way abnormal or shameful in Morocco until the infiltration of European opinion with the French [occupation].” (Samar Habib, Islam and Homosexuality, vol. 1, p. 65)