Holy Thorn Relic changes color this Holy Week

In the Cathedral of Andria, Italy, the Relic of the Holy Thorn from Jesus’ Crown of Thorns has changed color, according to the Bishop: Here’s the story with photos from this year, 2020. In the past, the Thorn has also … Continue reading

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COVID-19 has NOW killed more persons in the U.S. than the Flu does in a year

On Monday, April 27th, Covid-19 became the 8th leading cause of death for the year 2020, finally surpassing the Flu. Tallies: Week Ending April 11th: 12,136 new deaths, and 221,522 new cases Week Ending April 18th: 18,288 new deaths, and … Continue reading

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What if a Covid-19 Vaccine was made using unethical cell lines from abortion?

First, read this explanation from the National Catholic Bioethics Center. A human cell line begins with tissue from a human person. The cells are grown in a container so that they replicate; they produce more cells of the same type. … Continue reading

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Is Covid-19 related to the Warning of Garabandal or the End Times?

The following is my opinion, as a Roman Catholic author of several books on the End Times, including a book specifically on Garabandal and Medjugorje. Is Covid-19 related to the Warning of Garabandal? Covid-19 is the official name of the … Continue reading

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The Sad Reality of Surviving COVID-19 that No One is talking about

I was reading the latest research studies on COVID-19 when I happened across a study suggesting a hypothesis, that melatonin might help avoid lung fibrosis in survivors of severe cases of COVID-19 [1]. This led me to read an article … Continue reading

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There is enough evidence: Vitamin D versus Covid-19

There is sufficient evidence from studies to recommend that every adult take 10,000 IU of vitamin D as a supplement, to strengthen the immune system and possibly to reduce risk of a severe case of Covid-19. The evidence is not … Continue reading

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Divine Mercy Novena starts holy Saturday

Please consider praying this important Novena, in preparation for Divine Mercy Sunday — the Sunday after Easter. RLCJ

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New French Study on Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin: What It Tells Us

The Abstract and brief summary of a New French Study on Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin has been published. It has been discussed on YouTube at CardioGauge and Dr. Oz. The study was large enough for statistically significant results. Here are the … Continue reading

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How Many Persons Die Per Day In the U.S.? COVID-19 and Other Causes

More persons are now dying per day from COVID-19 than the number who died, on average per day (2017 data), from Accidents, Chronic lung disease, Stroke, Alzheimer’s, Diabetes, Flu and Pneumonia, Kidney Disease, and Intentional self-harm put together: 2535 versus … Continue reading

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Today is the 2001st Anniversary of the Crucifixion

According to my conclusions in Biblical chronology, today (April 7, 2020) is the 2001st Anniversary of the Crucifixion in A.D. 19. May God have mercy on the Church and the world, through the suffering and death of our Lord Jesus … Continue reading

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Five Possible Outcomes of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Outcome One If researchers find an effective treatment, which also works to greatly reduce risk of infection. The number and percent of cases which are severe falls, and the death rate decreases sharply. People are no longer afraid. Society returns … Continue reading

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Interpreting Sacred Scripture and How do we reconcile Adam and Eve vs Evolution, Dinosaurs, Homo Sapiens?

The Church teaches that God can be known with certainty from: (a) Divine revelation (Sacred Tradition and Sacred Scripture); and from the created world by (b) the natural light of human reason (CCC# 36-38; Compendium 3 & 4).  Therefore, the Christian faith … Continue reading

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COVID-19: Men versus Women

The study is “Sex Differences in Severity and Mortality Among Patients With COVID-19: Evidence from Pooled Literature Analysis and Insights from Integrated Bioinformatic Analysis” found in PDF format here. Results “39 studies met inclusion criteria, representing 77932 patients, of which … Continue reading

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COVID-19: actual cases vs. reported cases

Study Abstract: “The new corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-2019) is rapidly spreading through the world. With insufficient testing, available case data may underestimate the total number of infections. We statistically estimated the cumulative number of cases with confidence intervals from … Continue reading

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New Info on Iran’s Nuclear Program

According to @TheGoodISIS, Iran’s nuclear weapon program included putting a nuclear bomb on a Shahab-3 missile. This type of missile now has a range of 2000 km, due to the use of Multiple Reentry Ballistic Missile technology. And as I … Continue reading

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The Handbook of COVID-19 Prevention and Treatment

The Handbook of COVID-19 Prevention and Treatment is available here: https://covid-19.alibabacloud.com/ It is available in 17 different language now, including English, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, French, Spanish, German, Bahasa Indonesia, Portuguese, Persian, Arabic, and other languages as well. The Handbook was … Continue reading

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Rosa Mystica devotion: April 1 to 13

Please join me in praying the Rosa Mystica devotion from April 1st through April 13th. See the explanation of this devotion here. And notice that, at the top of the right column on this web page and on the main … Continue reading

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Do any of my Readers have COVID19?

If so, how are you doing? Do you have medical treatment? And for the rest of my readers, who are not diagnosed with COVID19, how you are you handling the shutdown? Is everyone in your family OK? Remember, a person … Continue reading

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How The Coronavirus Works

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Introduction SARS-CoV-1 is the SARS virus, which caused the SARS outbreak of 2002. SARS-CoV-2 is the Coronavirus. COVID-19 is the disease caused by the Coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. COVID-19 stands for “COronaVIrus Disease 2019”. * Viral infection is the process by which … Continue reading

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12 Reasons You Should Not go to Mass during the Pandemic

1. You do not need a grave reason to refrain from going to Mass on Sunday or on a holy day of obligation; you only need a just reason. Before the pandemic, the faithful would be without sin if they … Continue reading

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