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Migrants_San Ysidro_November 25 2018

Migrants charge the US border at San Ysidro, CA, November 2018.

Have you ever noticed that, no sooner does someone complain about the high cost of welfare for illegal immigrants, but cries of “Illegal immigrants aren’t eligible for welfare!” cascade from on high in an attempt to shame him into silence?

While it is correct to say that illegals are ineligible to receive federal welfare benefits, in practice many do.

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Census Citizenship

We’re often told that death and taxes are the only things certain in this life. Perhaps we should add a third item to this list: The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) taking the wrong side on the immigration issue.

As the USCCB whines in its latest press release, “Bishops Urge That All People Count And Must Be Included In Census Efforts.” Now if all one knew about the upcoming 2020 census was taken from this headline, one may fairly suppose that there was some nefarious plot to exclude certain people from being counted. But this would be incorrect.

So just what’s driving the bishops’ concern? The Trump administration’s proposal to put a question on the 2020 census asking if the person is a citizen.

But contrary to the rhetoric from the USCCB, the question does not exclude anyone.

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More Than These_2

“It is my firm conviction that the pro-life movement has been a convenient, effective tool in the hands of the Roman Catholic Church leadership in their drive to desensitize the average Christian to Rome’s heresy, idolatry, and blasphemy.”

    – Pastor Ralph Ovadal

Last week’s post, devoted to a discussion of the movie Unplanned, was intended as a warning to Christians. Far from being the Christian film many have touted it to be, Unplanned would be better described as an effective recruitment tool for the Roman Church-State.

Although the movie was financed, at least in part, by Evangelical money, and presented to Evangelicals as a Christian movie, the screen play and the directing were done by two Roman Catholics. But more concerning is the central figure in the movie, Abby Johnson, who, having been raised Baptist, converted to Roman Catholicism after she was asked to leave her Episcopal Church upon leaving Planned Parenthood and becoming pro-life.

In that post on Unplananed, this reviewer quoted at some length from a book titled More Than These by Pastor Ralph Ovadal. When I cited the book, I was under the assumption that I had reviewed it some time ago. But to my surprise, after checking to confirm whether this was so, I found out that no such review had been posted on this blog. What is worse, a search of the internet revealed that, apparently, no review of the remarkable book has been written by anyone else either.

This post is intended as a partial remedy to this sorry state of affairs.

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Unplanned

Just to dispense with one item upfront, I have not seen the movie Unplanned, nor, despite the many encouragements from various conservatives to support the film, do I intend to.

To be clear, my lack of support for Unplanned is not because I’m pro-abortion. Far from it. I’m pro-life

I actually had considered going to see the film yesterday, but elected not to. So what stopped me? A little research on the internet.

Not knowing much about Unplanned other than snippets I’d see in the press, I decided to search the web for information on the central character in the movie, Abby Johnson. In just a few seconds, I’d found all I needed to know, a headline in the National Catholic Register that read “From Abortion Worker to Catholic Apostle.” As the subheadline went on to elaborate, “A former Planned Parenthood director, Abby Johnson, tells how an ultrasound of an unborn baby’s fight for life eventually let (sic) her to the Catholic Church and a new apostolate.”

A bit more searching led me to this interview on EWTN’s Facebook page – EWTN is a Roman Catholic organization that owns and operates the National Catholic Register – in which directors Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzleman speak openly of their Catholic faith. At one point, they even note that the “blessed mother” has promised to end abortion.

In short, it’s fair to call Unplanned a Catholic movie.

For Protestants, this represents an insuperable problem.

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Joe S Vasquez

Bishop Joe S. Vasquez of Austin, Texas, chairman of the U.S. bishops’ Committee on Migration, is pictured in a 2017 photo. (CNS photo/Bob Roller)

Nothing is more permanent than Temporary Protected Status (TPS). If you doubt it, consider that over 200,000 Salvadorans still have temporary protected status in the US as a result of an earthquake that occurred in that country in, wait for it, January 2001.

Once in, never out is the basic rule when it comes to mass, taxpayer subsidized migration into the US. And the greatest advocate of this migration scam on the Americana people is the Roman Church-State (RCS).

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St Patricks_NYC

St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York.

This post is the first of what I intend to be a recurring series on this blog, the purpose of which is to shed light on the anti-Christian beliefs and activities of the Roman Catholic Church-State.

Having spent some time over the past year studying Rome’s theory and practice of immigration, I was impressed not only by the thoroughgoing wickedness of Rome’s stance on immigration, but also the profound ignorance that exists in the Protestant church generally about the doctrines and practices of Rome.

Rome, as Martyn Lloyd-Jones has correctly noted, is the devil’s greatest masterpiece. But where once Protestants understood this, today the best educated Protestants – and I’m not talking about liberals here, but those who claim to be Bible believers – can offer only a shrug of the shoulders when pressed on the identity of Antichrist or the Babylonian Harlot.

This series of short posts is intended to give the Protestant reader a better understanding of the Satanic doctrines and practices of the Roman Catholic Church-State, in the hope that by comparing the teaching and practice of Rome to what the Bible teaches, Christians will be both forewarned and forearmed against the wiles of the devil.

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