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MUSLIMS JUST DID THIS TO CHRISTIAN IN AUSTRALIA

NEXT ► LOOK WHO'S BEING SUED www.youtube.com/watch SUBSCRIBE ► www.youtube.com/dailykenn FACEBOOK ►www.facebook.com/dailykenncom/ TWITTER ►twitter.com/DailyKenncom KENN SINGS ► www.youtube.com/playlist KENN'S LAWS ►dailykenn.blogspot.ro/p/blog-page_1.html KENN ON CLASHDAILY ► clashdaily.com/author/kenn-daily/ ATTRIBUTION [FAIR USE] ▼ www.youtube.com/redirect Christians in Sydney, Australia, are being advised to hide their crosses after an Arabic-speaking gang shouting “F*** Jesus!” attacked a couple on a train while transport officers looked on from a “safe space” and did nothing. The Sydney-based Daily Telegraph – a News Corp outlet unrelated to the Telegraph Media Group newspaper of the same name – reports the couple were attacked while riding the train through “Muslim enclaves” in south-west Sydney. Mike, who asked for his surname to be withheld for fear he might be targeted, said that four men of Middle Eastern appearance ripped his cross from his neck, stomped on it, and rained kicks and punches …

Judge Markus Van Den Hovel Publishes Veronica Veil Discovery Ruello

www.youtube.com/watch The Honorable and famous German Judge Markus Van Den Hovel has published in his book Veronica Manipuli the historical discovery of the alive face of Jesus Christ in the Vatican Veronica Veil a Jewish relic by Vincenzo Ruello in 2011. The experimental photographer Ruello was able to process the photographic image of the Veronica from Rome revealing the battered face of Christ identical in facial features to the face of the man in the Shroud of Turin. The Veronica has been held in Rome since the 8th century AD and was thought to be a legend

Manchester Victims: Poor Children

Poor Children: Monsignor Luigi Negri, the former archbishop of Ferrara, Italy, published on La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana a letter to the victims of the Manchester Arena bombing that killed 23 youngsters. The title: "Poor children of a society that does not recognize evil." Negri belongs to the small Catholic wing of the Italian Bishops. Only Two Things: Negri writes to the victims, "You were born, often undesired, and nobody has given you 'adequate reasons to live'. They only told you two things: that you can do whatever you want, because each of your desires is a right, and that it is important to have the largest possible number of consumer goods." The Devil: Negri points out that the victims were never told that there is Evil. Quote, "Evil is a person, not a series of forces or energies. It is a person. There, during your concert, this person crouched down." Deadly Silence: Commenting on the upcoming funeral, Negri writes: "Don't worry, they did not help you to live but they will organize a 'first-rate' …

Blessed Anna Katharina Emmerick: Jesus' Radiant Ascension

Revelations of the Life of Jesus Christ by Bl. Anna Katharina Emmerick 1774-1824 Vol 4 pp.424-8 The Lord went only to Gethsemani and from the Garden of Olives up to the summit of the mount. He did not set foot upon the path on which He had been arrested. The crowd followed as in a procession, ascending by the different paths that encircled the mount. Many even pressed through the fences and garden hedges. Jesus at each instant shone more brightly and His motions became more rapid. The disciples hastened after Him, but it was impossible to overtake Him. When He reached the top of the mountain, He was resplendent as a beam of white sunlight. A shining circle, glancing in all the colors of the rainbow, fell from Heaven around Him. The pressing crowd stood in a wide circle outside, as if blending with it. Jesus Himself shone still more brightly than the glory about Him. He laid the left hand on His breast and, raising the right, turned slowly around, blessing the whole world. The crowd stood motionless. I saw …

Medjugorje

(Professor Mark Miravalle)

Saint Mary Magdalene de Pazzi - May 25

BobLord Mary Magdalene de' Pazzi, O.Carm. (Italian: Maria Maddalena de' Pazzi; April 2, 1566 – May 25, 1607) was an Italian Carmelite nun and mystic. Pazzi was born at Florence, Italy, on April 2, 1566,[1] to Camillo di Geri de' Pazzi, a member of one of the wealthiest and most distinguished noble families of Renaissance Florence, and Maria Buondelmonti. She was christened Caterina, but in the family was called Lucrezia, out of respect for her paternal grandmother, Lucrezia Mannucci.[2] Even as a girl Caterina was attracted to prayer, solitude, and penance. At the age of nine Pazzi was taught how to meditate by the family chaplain, using a recently published work explaining how one should meditate on the Passion of Christ. Years later, this book was one of the items she brought with her to the monastery.[2] She made her First Communion at the then-early age of 10 and made a vow of virginity one month later. She experienced her first ecstasy when she was only twelve, in her mother's presence. From …