Friday, May 22, 2009

Opt-Out for "Safe Environments" is Okayed by Archbishop Vlanzy/40 OR Catholics Rally/Rosary Success

 Two great success stories for you this day. The Archdiocese/Archbishop has officially approved "opting out" for parents of students in the "Safe Environment" programs at schools.

They/He are letting the schools take care of the opting out process and is agreeable with this. Opting out for children in RCIA should also be allowed..if you have a problem in either case, please let me know.
The documentation is a letter from has it's own special page under the VOCAL title.

There is a great program "Healthy Families/Safe Children" that can be used for adult education and true catechises. Go to Healthy Families/Safe Children

This official message is thanks to an Oregon Catholic family who contacted Rome and cleared up the question. Thank them in your prayers, the Dear Lord, knows them by name.

The Rally/Rosary in support of Pro-Life Notre Dame students held at the Cathedral on Sunday, May 17th was a great success with about 40 people, both Catholic and Protestant. Thanks go to Father Wolfe who gave his blessing and to the Archbishop for also allowing this testimony to truth. Thanks to Catholics4America, Kevin Hoar, for his leadership. Join in, there is a Seattle group forming also to turn hearts back to Christ and His Mission.

Below see the confusion that our Church is going through. The Gnostic's are delusional and are being lead away from Christ by the deceiver. God Forgive them, they know not what they do. Smirks and giddiness at this atrocity may well lead to the gnashing of teeth one day. Not my words, but Our Creator's.

"There shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth, when you shall see Abraham and Isaac and Jacob, and all the prophets, in the kingdom of God, and you yourselves thrust out." Luke 13:28

Saturday, May 16, 2009


RALLY/ROSARY TO STAND FOR LIFE AT THE CATHEDRAL IN PORTLAND 18th and Couch - 10:30 am List of Bishops Opposing the Notre Dame Invitation and Award to President Obama SOUTH BEND, Indiana, May 6, 2009 ( - Following is an alphabetical list of bishops who have so far expressed disapproval of the University of Notre Dame's invitation to President Obama to give the commencement speech and receive an honorary law degree May 17. Included are links to the original source as well as coverage. Current count: 79 bishops Bishop Joseph V. Adamec - Altoona-Johnstown, PA Statement: LSN Bishop John D'Arcy - Fort Wayne-South Bend, IN Statement: LSN Report: Bishop Samuel Aquila - Fargo, ND Statement: LSN: Bishop Gregory Aymond - Austin, TX Statement: LSN: Bishop Robert Baker - Birmingham, AL Statement: LSN: Bishop Gerald Barbarito - Palm Beach, FL Statement: LSN: Bishop Leonard Blair - Toledo, OH Statement: LSN: Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua (Archbishop Emeritus) - Philadelphia, PA Statement: LSN: Bishop Lawrence Brandt - Greensburg, PA Statement: LSN: Archbishop Daniel Buechlein - Indianapolis, IN Statement: LSN: Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz - Lincoln, NE Statement: LSN: Archbishop Eusebius Beltran - Oklahoma City, OK Statement: LSN: Auxiliary Bishop Oscar Cantú - San Antonio, TX Statement: LSN: Archbishop-Elect Robert Carlson - St. Louis Statement: LSN: Archbishop Charles Chaput - Denver, CO LSN: Bishop Paul Coakley - Salina, KS LSN: Auxiliary Bishop James Conley - Denver LSN: Bishop Edward Cullen - Allentown, PA LSN: Bishop Frank J. Dewane - Venice LSN: Bishop Nicholas Di Marzio - Brooklyn, NY Statement: ) LSN: Cardinal Daniel DiNardo - Houston, TX Statement: LSN: Archbishop Timothy Dolan - New York, NY Statement: Bishop Thomas Doran - Rockford, IL Statement: LSN: Auxiliary Bishop John Dougherty - Scranton, PA Statement: LSN: Bishop Robert Finn - Kansas City-St. Joseph, MO Statement: LSN: Bishop Joseph Galante - Camden, NJ Statement: LSN: Bishop Victor Galeone - St. Augustine, FL LSN: Bishop John Gaydos - Jefferson City Statement: LSN: Cardinal Francis George - Chicago, IL; President, USCCB LSN: Bishop Gerald Gettelfinger - Evansville, IN Statement: Archbishop José Gomez - San Antonio, TX Statement: LSN: Auxiliary Bishop Roger Gries - Cleveland, Ohio Bishop Bernard Harrington - Winona, MN Statement: LSN: Bishop Robert Hermann - St. Louis, MO Statement: Bishop William Higi - Lafayette, IN LSN: Archbishop Alfred Hughes - New Orleans, LA Statement: LSN: Bishop Michael O. Jackels - Wichita, KS Statement: LSN: Bishop Sam Jacobs - Houma-Thibodaux, LA Statement: LSN: Bishop James V. Johnston - Springfield-Cape Girardeau, MO LSN: Bishop Peter Jugis - Charlotte, NC Bishop Joseph Latino - Jackson, MS Statement: LSN: Bishop John LeVoir - New Ulm, MN Statement: LSN: Bishop Jerome Listecki - La Crosse, WI Statement: LSN: Bishop William E. Lori - Bridgeport, CT Statement: LSN: Bishop Paul Loverde - Arlington, VA Statement: LSN: Bishop George Lucas - Springfield, IL Statement: LSN: Bishop Robert Lynch - St. Petersburg, FL Statement: LSN: Bishop Joseph Martino - Scranton, PA LSN: Bishop John McCormack - Manchester, NH Statement: Bishop Robert Morlino - Madison, WI Statement: LSN: Bishop William Murphy - Rockville Centre, NY LSN: Bishop George Murry - Youngstown, OH Statement: LSN: Archbishop John J. Myers - Newark, NJ Statement: LSN: Archbishop Joseph Naumann - Kansas City, KS LSN: Bishop R. Walker Nickless - Sioux City, IA Statement: LSN: Archbishop John C. Nienstedt - St. Paul-Minneapolis, MN Statement: LSN: Archbishop Edwin O'Brien - Baltimore, MD Statement: LSN: Bishop Thomas Olmsted - Phoenix, AZ Statement: LSN: Archbishop Daniel E. Pilarczyk - Cincinnati, OH Statement: LSN: Bishop Reymundo Pena - Brownsville, TX LSN: Bishop Glen Provost - Lake Charles, LA Statement: LSN: Bishop David Ricken - Green Bay, WI Statement: LSN: Cardinal Justin Rigali - Philadelphia, PA; Chairman, USCCB Pro-Life Committee LSN: Bishop Kevin Rhoades - Harrisburg, PA Statement: LSN: Bishop Alexander Sample - Marquette, MI Statement: LSN: Bishop Michael Sheridan - Colorado Springs, CO Statement: LSN: Bishop Edward J. Slattery - Tulsa, OK Statement: LSN: Bishop John Smith - Trenton, NJ Bishop Richard Stika - Knoxville, TN Statement: LSN: Bishop Anthony Taylor - Little Rock, AR Statement: LSN: Bishop George Thomas - Helena, MT Statement: LSN: Bishop Donald Trautman - Erie, PA Statement: LSN: Bishop Robert Vasa - Baker, OR LSN: Bishop Michael Warfel - Great Falls-Billings, MT Statement: LSN: Bishop Thomas Wenski - Orlando, FL Statement: LSN: Archbishop Donald Wuerl - Washington, D.C. Statement: LSN: Bishop Emeritus John Yanta - Amarillo, TX Statement: LSN: Bishop David Zubick - Pittsburgh, PA Statement: LSN: God Bless you and yours, Carolyn jesus says - Matthew 7 13 Enter ye in at the narrow gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way that leadeth to destruction, and many there are who go in thereat. 14 How narrow is the gate, and strait is the way that leadeth to life: and few there are that find it! 15 Beware of false prophets, who come to you in the clothing of sheep, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. 16 By their fruits you shall know them. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles? 17 Even so every good tree bringeth forth good fruit, and the evil tree bringeth forth evil fruit. 18 A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can an evil tree bring forth good fruit. 19 Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit, shall be cut down, and shall be cast into the fire. 20 Wherefore by their fruits you shall know them. 21 Not every one that saith to me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven: but he that doth the will of my Father who is in heaven, he shall enter into the kingdom of heaven. 22 Many will say to me in that day: Lord, Lord, have not we prophesied in thy name, and cast out devils in thy name, and done many miracles in thy name? 23 And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, you that work iniquity.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

ALERT!!! Rally and Rosary at Cathedral in PDX on Sunday!!!!

For Immediate Distribution Rally and a Rosary at St. Mary Cathedral in Portland 10:30am May 17th in support of ND students protesting President Obama being honored at the University of Notre Dame commencement this Sunday. A Notre Dame Alumnus and others from a group of conservative Pro-Life Catholics calling itself Catholics4America will be holding a rally in solidarity with the Notre Dame students protesting the honoring of Pres. Obama at once devoutly Catholic university's commencement. Father Wolfe, the pastor of parish where the Rally and a Rosary will take place, St. Mary’s Cathedral in downtown Portland, has welcomed the group to share their message and say a the rosary at the Cathedral at 10:30am on Sunday morning May 17th. This time coincides with Pres. Obama giving the commencement address at Notre Dame in Indiana. One may well imagine the controversy and sadness this presents to our Catholic faith. Mass schedule allowing, Father Wolfe will try to join event, along with other invited Priests and Deacons from the area. He has asked if local Catholic laity would consider requesting a pulpit announcement to invite members of their own parish to join event. For more info, visit their Facebook page: