Author Archives: Michael Donnelly Sr

About Michael Donnelly Sr

Born in 1936; married to Nancy in 1966l 2 children who have given us 5 grandchildren, 2 dogs, and a cat. Lifelong Catholic with a long career in computing and networks. Conservative, constitutionalist who strongly supports our God-given rights enshrined in the US Declaration of Independence and our Constitution. [WPCHRG.COM]

When will so many Catholics finally stop voting for the purveyors of death?

We hate to be compared to the Third Reich because that is what we IMITATE. The harsh truth of what we are doing refuses to go away. So now we’re finally we’re given full license recently to kill children who … Continue reading

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Catholics know so little about Abortion!

Our catechism proclaims that recognition of sin requires full knowledge – Catholics know almost nothing about abortion as a sacriledge sin which Pope Benedict condemned so bluntly and clearly.   The Church as a whole clearly avoids and refuses to disseminate … Continue reading

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To our Catholic Cardinals, Archbishops, and Bishops of the United States. this Veterans’ Day, 2019

My wife and I are praying as you gather to pray for and hear God for His guidance in caring for the flock of His Catholic Church in our nation. For years now, you have met like this each year … Continue reading

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The whole world is shaking – time to shake up the faithful too!

The Bishops meet in Baltimore and I think they will not accomplish too much. The “scandal” seems deeper than they are willing to search and while they search, it seems to me the flock flounders more and more. Children and … Continue reading

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Franklin D. Roosevelt’s D-Day Prayer

Franklin D. Roosevelt’s D-Day Prayer On the night of June 6, 1944, President Roosevelt went on national radio to address the nation for the first time about the Normandy invasion. His speech took the form of a prayer. The date … Continue reading

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THE RECENT METHODIST CONFERENCE HAS SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE?

Of course, the folks who embrace the fact that homosexual practice is a sin – and cannot be defined as anything less than sin respond just as we all realize. ie: so long as you conservative-traditionalists call homosexual practice a … Continue reading

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What do we fear in discussing the crisis?

The Holy Father has the prerogative to close off discussion by declaring his judgments of the crisis as definite Church teaching. He might also welcome Catholic theological and philosophical discussions. But declaring his own undiscussed ideas as definitive is to … Continue reading

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