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What’s New from 1/1/2017

2/15/18 – New RJMI article:

 

·         Sequence of Christmas Season Events

                                     

2/10/18 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Third Sunday after Epiphany 2006 (renamed “Catholics Will Be Persecuted, Few Are Saved, the Great Apostasy, and More”)

            

·         Trinity Sunday 2006 (renamed “Intellectual Pride Leads to Denial of Dogmas”)

 

·         Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost 2006 (renamed “Catholics Must Have the Spirit of Martyrdom”)

            

·         Second Sunday in Lent 2010 (renamed “Motives for Fasting, on Denouncing Heretics, and on Slavery”)

         

·         Fourth Sunday in Lent 2010 (renamed “Pope St. Leo the Great on Perfection and the Broad Road That Leads to Hell”)

                                                       

1/27/18 – New RJMI video, audio lecture, and article:

 

·         Biblical Proof of Things Men Must Do to Be Saved

 

This lecture is a summation of many Biblical proofs of things men must do to be saved. It follows the outline of the article Biblical Proof of Things Men Must Do to Be Saved but contains extra comments.

                           

12/30/17 – Added Mary’s Little Remnant Catholic Calendar 2018 to the “Pastoral” Menu.

 

Several feast days have been changed throughout the calendar. Christmas, which was formerly listed as a “d1cl feast with a privileged octave of the third order,” has been upgraded to a “d1cl feast with a privileged octave of the first order.” The full octaves of Christmas, the Resurrection, and Pentecost are d1cl feast days. For this reason, the feast of St. Stephen was moved from 12/26 to 1/9; St. John the Apostle from 12/27 to 9/26; St. Thomas Becket from 12/29 to 12/21; St. King David from 12/29 to 12/3; and St. Sylvester I, PC, from 12/31 to 1/31. To keep the following feasts in their proper Biblical sequence, the Feast of the Holy Innocents was moved from 12/28 to 1/13 (the Octave Day of the Epiphany); Jesus’ Presentation in the Temple (Candlemas Day) was moved from 2/2 to 1/4, two days before the Epiphany; the Feast of the Holy Family was moved to 2/2; and the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary to St. Elizabeth was moved from 7/2 to 6/21, three days before the nativity of St. John the Baptist. Also, the Ascension of Our Lord has been upgraded to a “d1cl feast with a privileged octave of the second order.”

    

12/16/17 - Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermon and moved it to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Third Sunday after Epiphany 2007 (renamed “Faith before Race, On Lazarus, Caiphas’ Prophecy, Evils of Democracy”)

 

Even after God had called and commissioned Moses, God would have killed him if his wife had not circumcised their son. Let this be a warning to good Catholics. No matter how good you may now be or how many miracles God has given you or how many times God or other heavenly beings have conversed with you, you can fall away and be damned to hell. Race means nothing compared to the true Faith. Lazarus dead for four days represents the 4000 years from the time of Adam to Christ when the elect were gathered into Limbo where they waited to be redeemed, resurrected, and taken to heaven. Caiphas was a carnal Jew whose carnal prophecy was true in the spiritual sense. He feared losing material things more than losing spiritual things, such as his very soul. And what he feared came upon him: his carnal prophecy failed, Jerusalem was destroyed. But unbeknownst to him it was spiritually fulfilled when Christ redeemed men and hence did save the Jewish nation by first saving the souls of good-willed Jews, without which temporal things will only pass away. An eternal kingdom of buildings without souls to inhabit them is dead. It is not a true kingdom. Caiphas is like nominal Catholics who are carnal and not spiritual. They love material things more than spiritual things, more than the salvation of their own souls; hence nominal Catholics deny Christ just as Caiphas did. Democracy is an evil and illogical form of government in which the people get what they want and deserve. Nominal Catholics have embraced democracy and in so doing have cast off the yoke of the one true God, the Catholic God, and His one true Church, the Catholic Church. 

             

11/25/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Feast of the Circumcision 2006 #2 (renamed “Love God Above All”)

            

·         Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost 2006 (renamed “Charity Towards Your Neighbor”)

        

11/11/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         All Saints’ Day 2007 (renamed “On All Saints’ Day”)

            

·         Christmas Eve 2006 (renamed “Mary Is God’s Masterpiece and Against Psychiatry”)

        

11/4/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermon and moved it to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Quinquagesima Sunday 2007 (renamed “True Owners of Israel and on the Devil’s Ability to Spy”)

 

Another verse among hundreds that proves one needs faith and deeds to be saved. Only Catholic Jews have the right to live in Israel but not to make it God’s home base. Instead of converting, apostate Jews went to the Devil for help and hence the Devil is their god. More on the abilities, ways, and plots of Satan—Satan’s spy agency far surpasses any human spy agency. 

             

10/28/17 – New RJMI refutation:

 

·         Against Eusebius of Cesarea

       

This refutation was taken from a section in my book The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics, which is not yet completed

 

The Table of Contents is as follows: His apostasy for following Origen; His apostasy for believing that Jesus Christ was created; His idolatry for sacrificing to idols; The apostate Rufinus purged Eusebius’ heresies in his translation of Eusebius’ Church History; Condemnations of Eusebius.

                  

10/21/17 – New RJMI book:

 

·         Introduction to The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics

       

This article is taken from a chapter in my book The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics, which is not yet completed.

 

The Table of Contents is as follows: Preface; The Two Meanings of the Words Philosophy and Philosopher; Against the Heresy That Philosophy Is a Handmaid of Theology; True vs. False Definitions of Philosophy; The Catholic Way to Learn about Philosophy and Mythology; The Good vs. the Evil Meaning of the Word “Gods.”

                   

10/21/17 – New RJMI refutations:

 

·         Against Basil of Caesarea

 

·         Against Clement of Alexandria

 

·         Against Gregory Thaumaturgus

 

·         Against Justin Martyr

 

These refutations are taken from chapters in my book The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics, which is not yet completed.

                           

10/21/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost 2009 (renamed “False Obedience Will Send You to Hell”)

            

·         Last Sunday after Pentecost 2006 (renamed “End Time Signs”)

        

10/7/17 – New RJMI book:

 

·         History of the Anti-Church Fathers’ Hellenization of Christianity

       

This book is taken from a chapter in my book The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics, which is not yet completed.

                 

10/7/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Pentecost 2006 (renamed “Few Are Saved and The Catholic Church Survives without Catholics”)

            

·         Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost 2007 (renamed “On Gratitude to God and Perseverance”)

        

9/30/17 – New RJMI refutation:

 

·         Against Origen

 

This refutation is taken from a chapter in my book The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics, which is not yet completed.

 

The Table of Contents is as follows: Brief history on Origen; Some of Origen’s idolatries and heresies; Condemnations of Origen; The hiding of Origen’s heresies; The excuse that Origen’s works were corrupted with heresies by others; The conditions for not being guilty for referring to Origen as orthodox; If Origen is not to be condemned, then no one can be; Some anti-Church Fathers who followed and glorified Origen; Some scholastics who resurrected and glorified Origen.

               

9/30/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Second Sunday of Advent 2006 (renamed “Mary Is the Mother of God, Ever Virgin, and Conceived Without Sin”)

            

·         Twenty Seventh Sunday after Pentecost 2008 (renamed “Expiation of Sins in Purgatory and Instructions Against Pride”)

        

9/23/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Third Sunday after Pentecost 2008 (renamed “On True Wisdom”)

            

·         Feast of Saint Anne 2009 (renamed “On the Greatness of St. Anne and the Blessed Virgin Mary”)

           

9/16/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Quinquagesima Sunday 2008 (renamed “Blasphemy at Carnegie Hall”)

            

·         Second Sunday in Lent 2009 (renamed “Obesity, Fasting, and Penance”)

           

9/14/17 – New document added to the RJMI Book Menu:

 

·         The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics

 

This document contains the main headings from the Table of Contents of my book The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics. The parts that are completed and posted on the website are followed by (Link). The parts that are not yet completed and posted on the website are followed by (n/a). When the book is eventually completed, some sections may be added. And some things may be added or revised to the completed sections that are now posted on my website.

               

9/8/17 – New RJMI refutation:

 

·         Against Thomas Aquinas

 

This refutation is taken from a chapter in my book The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics, which is not yet completed.

 

The Table of Contents is as follows: Biography; The dumb ox who became smart and lost wisdom; His apostasy for glorifying philosophy in all the three ways; He was condemned by some of his peers; The Dominicans and idolizers and non-idolizers of Aquinas; Some of his idolatries and heresies.

               

9/6/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Kingship of Christ 2007 (renamed “Christ’s Kingdom vs. Satan’s Kingdom”)

            

·         Fourth Sunday after Easter 2008  (renamed “Catholics Will War Against Antichrist like the Machabees”)

           

8/26/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Last Sunday after Pentecost 2007 (renamed “Why Catholics Must Do Penance”)

            

·         Second Sunday after Easter 2007  (renamed “Catholics Must Be Willing to Kill and Die”)

                                      

·         Third Sunday after Easter 2007  (renamed “When Catholics Must Be Willing to Kill and Die”)

 

8/12/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost 2006 (renamed “God’s Chosen People Are Rarely Faithful”)

            

·         The Kingship of Christ 2006  (renamed “The Kingdom of Christ”)

                                       

·         Sexagesima Sunday 2007  (renamed “Satan Is the Worst Enemy”)

 

8/5/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermon and moved it to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost 2007 (renamed “Against the Matriarchal Line Heresy and on Racial Identity and Racism”)

                                           

8/4/17 – New RJMI book:

 

·         History of the Scholastics’ Hellenization of Christianity

       

This book is taken from a chapter in my book The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics, which is not yet completed.

          

7/22/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermon and moved it to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Third Sunday after Pentecost 2007 (renamed “Holy Communion, Non-Judgmentalism, and Against Apostate Fr. Paul Trinchard”)

                                           

7/20/17 – Correction on the 2017 Mary’s Little Remnant Catholic Calendar:

               

The liquid fasts on 7/26/2017 (St. Anne’s feast day) and 8/16/2017 (St. Joachim’s feast day) have been suspended. These two days will follow the rules on the calendar for “Non-Penitential Days.”

            

7/20/17 – New RJMI refutation:

 

·         Against Catherine Emmerich and Padre Pio

     

7/17/17 – New video added to the “Russia” Politics page:

 

·         Inside Putin’s Russia, Part 1: Pride, patriotism and how Putin helped redefine what it means to be a ‘true Russian’

 

This video proves that Putin’s Russia is czarist and not communist and that it is a lesser evil in the world today because it upholds certain elements of Christianity and morality.

         

7/15/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Quinquagesima Sunday 2010 (renamed “Preparing Your Soul for Lent”)

            

·         First Sunday in Lent 2010  (renamed “Preparation for Martyrdom”)

                         

7/14/17 – New RJMI article:

 

·         When It Is Lawful to Hope and Plead That a Lesser Sin Be Committed

 

It is a dogma that a man who commits a lesser sin to avoid a greater sin is guilty of sin nevertheless. Even though he avoided greater guilt, he still incurred guilt for committing the lesser sin. However, a man must tolerate sin when he has no authority, influence, or power to stop it and thus knows that sin is going to be committed no matter what he says or does. In this case, the man must hope and work for a lesser sin to be committed. He is not committing, approving of, or condoning the lesser sin nor inducing or helping the sinner to commit it. Instead, he is approving of the greater good that comes from preventing a greater sin. And he must still condemn the lesser sin and the sinner who committed it, which is proof that he did not approve of or condone the lesser sin nor induce or help the sinner to commit it. His appeal or plea to the sinner to commit a lesser sin in this case is not a consensual appeal or plea but a mitigating appeal or plea. Hence his plea does not consent to the lesser sin but seeks to mitigate the greater sin.

          

7/14/17 – Revisions to RJMI book Against Philosophy and Mythology:

 

In the section titled “Some Pagan Philosophers and Their Idolatries, Heresies, and Immoralities,” I replaced “God is literally everywhere” with “The world and everything in it is God or a part of God.” And I added “God is aloof from his creation and unknowable.”

 

I removed the section titled “However, he [John Chrysostom] was a heretic for teaching that men can commit a lesser sin to avoid a greater sin.” He did not teach this. And his opinion that Lot was justified in offering his two virgin daughters is true, not false. Hence St. Augustine’s and my opinion as stated in the former edition of this book, that Lot sinned, is false. See my article When It Is Lawful to Hope and Plead That a Lesser Sin Be Committed. However, John Chrysostom is still a heretic for accusing the Blessed Virgin Mary of committing the mortal sins of pride, vanity, rebellion, and disrespect to her son Jesus. For example,

Heretic John Chrysostom, Homily 44: “For in fact that which she [Mary] had essayed to do was of superfluous vanity in that she wanted to show the people that she hath power and authority over her Son, imagining not as yet anything great concerning him: whence also her unseasonable approach.”

For more examples of his heresies, see his Homily 21 and Homily 44.

              

7/6/17 – New RJMI article:

 

·         The Traditions of God vs. the Traditions of Men

 

Traditions of God are the infallible doctrinal laws and warranted disciplinary laws decreed by the ministers of God’s Church. Infallible doctrinal laws deal with faith and morals and are called dogmatic laws. Warranted disciplinary laws are valid laws that rule, regulate, and manage the things of the Catholic Church. Dogmatic laws and disciplinary laws are also called precepts or ordinances. Traditions of men, regarding religion, are laws that are contrary to the faith and disciplinary laws that are unwarranted.

               

7/6/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost 2009 (renamed “On Order and Schedules”)

            

·         Feast of Ss. Peter and Paul 2008  (renamed “Against Hypocrites - Especially Those like Apostate Fr. Brian Harrison”)

                        

7/1/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermon and moved it to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Passion Sunday 2010 (renamed “Benedict of Nursia, Saint”)

 

6/23/17 – New RJMI book:

 

·         Against Philosophy and Mythology

 

This book is taken from a chapter in my book The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics, which is not yet completed. Here are the main headings from this book:

 

·         The Origins of Greek Mythology and Philosophy

·         Catholic Church’s Teachings against Mythology

·         Catholic Church’s Teachings against Philosophy

·         Nominal Catholics against Certain Aspects of Hellenism

·         Some Pagan Philosophers and Their Idolatries, Heresies, and Immoralities

       

6/23/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost 2008 (renamed “Seeking God with Your Whole Heart”)

            

·         Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost 2009  (renamed “Against Loneliness and Boredom”)

                         

6/4/17 – Revisions made to RJMI article:

 

·         Brief on God the Holy Spirit

 

Renamed and revised the section titled “The Holy Spirit’s seven gifts and their twelve fruits that enable good deeds.” It is now titled, “The Holy Spirit’s gifts that enable men to be good and do good.”

           

6/3/17 – New RJMI article:

 

·         Brief on God the Holy Spirit

             

6/3/17 – New RJMI video and audio lecture:

 

·         Faith before Signs and Wonders

 

This lecture defends the Catholic dogma that the Catholic faith must come before signs and wonders. Signs and wonders are apparent miracles, exorcisms (the casting out of devils from humans), apparitions, and fulfilled prophecies. Signs and wonders are either from God or from the Devil. Regarding demonic signs and wonders, St. Paul says, Antichrist’s “coming is according to the working of Satan, in all power, and signs, and lying wonders.” (2 Thes. 2:9) And Jesus says, “For there shall arise false Christs and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders, insomuch as to deceive (if possible) even the elect.” (Mt. 24:24) Hence from mere appearances it is impossible to tell if a sign or wonder is from God or the Devil: “For such false apostles are deceitful workmen, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ [good Catholics]. And no wonder, for Satan himself transformeth himself into an angel of light.” (2 Cor. 11:13-14)

 

To know if a sign or wonder is from God or the Devil, one must examine the faith and morality of the sign or wonder-worker as well as the faith and morality of any messages produced by the sign or wonder. St. Paul says, “But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach a gospel to you besides that which we have preached to you, let him be anathema.” (Gal. 1:8) And Moses says, “If there rise in the midst of thee a prophet or one that saith he hath dreamed a dream, and he foretell a sign and a wonder, and that come to pass which he spoke, and he say to thee: Let us go and follow strange gods, which thou knowest not, and let us serve them: Thou shalt not hear the words of that prophet or dreamer; for the Lord your God trieth you, that it may appear whether you love him with all your heart, and with all your soul, or not.” (Deut. 13:1-3) That is why St. Paul says, “Try your own selves if you be in the faith; prove ye yourselves…unless perhaps you be reprobates?” (2 Cor. 13:5) And “Prove all things; hold fast that which is good.” (1 Thes. 5:21)

 

Hence do not be fooled by demonic signs and wonders done by self-professed non-Catholics and members of false religions. And, most importantly, do not be fooled by demonic signs and wonders done by nominal Catholics and bad Catholics, especially the anti-Church Fathers and anti-saints who appear as angels of light, as good Catholics.

 

This lecture shows nominal Catholics and a Buddhist levitating; incorrupt bodies of nominal Catholics, Russian Orthodox Schismatics, and Buddhists; demonic stigmatas (which I call “stinkmatas”) on New Agers and nominal Catholics, such as the apostate Padre Pio who denied the Salvation Dogma and was guilty of other sins against the faith; and demonic apparitions and false seers and their heretical, immoral, or otherwise erroneous messages posing as godly (Catholic) apparitions and messages, such as the demonic apparitions of LaSalette, Fatima, Garabandal, Bayside, and Medjugorje; and the demonic seers Hildegard von Bingen, Bridget of Sweden, Anne Catherine Emmerich, and Therese of Lisieux.

 

Beware also of the many good teachings and acts of these demonic sign and wonder-workers which may make you think they are holy and blessed. After all, many Protestants and Russian Orthodox Schismatics have many good and holy sounding teachings and produce holy music but are nevertheless very unholy. It only takes one heretical teaching or one mortally sinful immoral act for them to be in a state of damnation and lead astray all who follow their heretical teaching or immoral act. St. James says, “Whosoever shall keep the whole law, but offend in one point, is become guilty of all.” (Ja. 2:10) And St. Paul says, “Now I beseech you, brethren, to mark them who make dissensions and offences contrary to the doctrine which you have learned, and avoid them.” (Rom. 16:17)

         

6/3/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Eighth Sunday after Pentecost 2008 (renamed “Necessity of Giving Alms”)

            

·         Fifth Sunday after Easter 2007 (renamed “Iraq War and Other Conspiracies”)

                         

5/24/17 – New RJMI book:

 

·         Biblical Account of Jesus’ Appearances after His Resurrection

                 

5/20/16 – New pictures from 2017 added to “Picture Gallery of MLR Good Sixth Weekday Processions” on the “Pictures” menu.

                  

5/20/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Third Sunday in Lent 2007 (renamed “Original Sin and Its Effects”)

            

·         Passion Sunday 2007 (renamed “On Dreams”)

                        

5/13/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermon and moved it to RJMI Audio Lectures. Also added this lecture to the “Feminism Conspiracy” page.

 

·         Holy Family 2007 (renamed “Holy Families and Against Feminism”)

                                      

5/6/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Fourth Sunday in Lent 2006 (renamed “Bad-willed vs. Good-willed People”)

            

·         First Sunday in Advent 2006 (renamed “Incarnation of Jesus, The”)

                         

5/6/17 – Removed RJMI Prayers from the “Catholic Prayers” Menu.

   

4/29/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Sunday in the Octave of Christmas 2007 (renamed “Our Lady of Sorrows and the Sign of Contradiction”)

            

·         Third Sunday in Lent 2010 (renamed “Pope Leo the Great on Several Topics”)

                        

4/22/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Ascension 2007 (renamed “The Importance of the Ascension”)

            

·         Assumption 2008 (renamed “The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary”)

 

·         Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost 2007 (renamed “Necessity of Honoring the Blessed Virgin Mary”)

                      

4/8/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Fourth Sunday in Advent 2005 (separated from the rest of the sermon and renamed “Effects of Sin and Making Rough Ways Straight”)

            

·         Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost 2009 (separated from the rest of the sermon and renamed “An Explanation of Zacharias 8”)

                       

4/1/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         The Transfiguration 2006 (separated from the rest of the sermon and renamed “Transfiguration Was Proof That Jesus Was Greater than Moses”)

            

·         The Transfiguration 2006 (separated from the rest of the sermon and renamed “God Changes Hearts, Not Men and Psychiatrists”)

 

·         Second Sunday after Pentecost 2006 (renamed “Necessity of Loving All Men and Putting God First”)

                      

3/25/17 – New RJMI book:

 

·         The Methods and Effects of Hellenizing Christianity

 

This book is taken from a chapter in my book The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics, which is not yet completed. Here are the main headings from this book:

 

·         The Mixing of Philosophy or Mythology with Christianity

·         The Ways That Philosophy or Mythology Are Glorified: 1) By using philosophy or mythology to edify or enlighten oneself or others on faith or morals; 2) By using methods unique to philosophy; 3) By using terminologies unique to philosophy (scholastic babble)

·         Philosophical Hellenizers Put Reason over Faith and the Brain over the Heart

·         Acceptable vs. Unacceptable Logic, Dialectic, Rhetoric, and Grammar

·         Heretical Probabilism

·         The Theologians Replaced the Magisterium and the Bible

·         The Stoic and Epicurean Philosophies (this chapter is not in this book. It is in a separate book already posted on the website)

 

3/24/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Septuagesima Sunday 2006 (renamed “Against Envy”)

            

·         Fourth Sunday in Lent 2007 (separated from the rest of the sermon and renamed “US General Pace Was Attacked for Condemning Homosexuality”)

 

·         Fourth Sunday in Lent 2007 (separated from the rest of the sermon and renamed “True vs. False Dreams”)

                      

3/18/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost 2008 (renamed “Sins That Lead to Hell, False Churches, and the Salvation Heresy”)

            

·         First Sunday in Advent 2009 (renamed “Sign and Wonder Seekers Put the Mass before the Faith—Like the Apostate Dimond Brothers”)

 

3/11/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Seventeenth Sunday After Pentecost 2006 (renamed “On the True Love of God”)

            

·         Fifth Sunday after Pentecost 2008 (renamed “Drug Addiction: Physical”)

 

·         Sixth Sunday after Pentecost 2008 (renamed “Drug Addiction: Spiritual”)

                      

1/26/17 – New RJMI refutation:

 

·         Against Jerome

 

This refutation is taken from a chapter in my book The Hellenization of Christianity by the Anti-Church Fathers and Scholastics, which is not yet completed. Here are the main headings from this refutation:

 

·         Introduction

 

·         He Glorified Pagans and Their Philosophies and Mythologies

 

·         He Denied the Salvation Dogma

 

·         He Was Guilty of Other Heresies Held by the Apostate Origen

 

·         He Glorified the Apostate Origen

 

·         He Glorified the Apostate Clement of Alexandria

 

·         He Held the Error That Daniel’s Seventy-Weeks Prophecy Does Not Apply to Jesus Christ

 

·         He Held the Error That St. Constantine Was Baptized on His Deathbed and the Calumny That He Died As an Arian Heretic

 

·         He Was a Stoic

 

·         He Undermined the Septuagint

  

1/26/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Pentecost 2008 (renamed “On the Holy Spirit”)

            

·         Trinity Sunday 2007 (renamed “On the Holy Trinity”)

               

1/17/17 – New RJMI video and audio lecture:

 

·         The Trump Counter-Revolution and the Rigged System: Part 1 – The Overview            

 

Recently in the USA, an outsider sneaked under the radar and was elected to be the 45th President of the United States. That outsider was Donald J. Trump. This lecture exposes the hypocrisy of those who have opposed his campaign from the very beginning up until today. It was to be expected that most lefty-liberal Democrats would oppose the more conservative President-elect, but it is a shock and embarrassment that he has also been viciously opposed by several Republicans, as well as by those who claim neutrality, such as the FBI and the CIA. Part of the political split is due to the fact that Donald Trump is not a “Country Club Republican” (aka Republican Freemason). Also, many of his policies endanger the Freemasonic and Talmudic Jewish plans to bring Antichrist to power and destroy the Great Harlot, the United States of America, such as his promises to end the war against Christianity; choose conservative Supreme Court Justices; limit abortion; oppose militant homosexuals and full feminists; create jobs; eliminate unfair trade deals; expel illegal immigrants; oppose the lying, liberal Major Media; support law and order; and to oppose the unjust wars the USA wages in other countries. Unfortunately, Donald Trump does support some plans on Antichrist’s agenda, such as his unfailing support for the Apostate Jews and the Apostate State of Israel, which includes his support for the One-State Solution; his support for non-militant homosexuals (civil unions and certain LGBTQ rights); and his support for half-feminists, limited abortions, immodest women, womanizing, evil rock music, and contraception. However, even though he is bad on these issues, he was way less evil than any other electable candidate in the 2016 presidential election. For more information, see the RJMI book On Voting for the Lesser Evil, and the RJMI article “Catholics Must Vote for Trump in USA’s 2016 Presidential Race.”

 

The second part of this lecture will be given sometime in the future.

         

1/16/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermons and moved them to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Second Sunday in Lent 2007 (renamed “Blasphemies Against Jesus, Lucifer’s Sin, and Chastity”)

       

1/16/17 – Archived “What’s New?”entries from 1-29-2015 to 12-31-2015:

 

·         What’s New Archive 2015 (Zaw13)

          

1/5/17 – Corrected and renamed RJMI audio sermon and moved it to RJMI Audio Lectures:

 

·         Fifth Sunday after Pentecost 2009 (renamed “Apostate Antipope Benedict XVI (the Rat Man) Visits the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial”)

       

1/5/17 – Revised MLR Daily Bible Reading Schedule and added it to the “RJMI Articles” menu.

        

1/3/17 – New document and audio added to the Teachings of Church Fathers page:

 

·         St. Caesarius of Arles: Sermon 190: On the Redemption of Fallen Man

 


 

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