The Lorica of St. Patrick (The Cry of the Deer)

I summon to-day all those powers between me (and these evils),
against every cruel merciless power that may oppose my body and my soul,
against incantations of false prophets,
against black laws of heathenry,
against false laws of heretics,
against craft of idolatry,
against spells of women and smiths and wizards,
against every knowledge …… man’s body and soul.
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The “Other Apostasy”

Donatus the Great developed a heresy, of which created many other heresies. This mother of heresies is the belief that Holy Mother Church is composed only of those who are just. The wicked were excluded from it. Like the protestant doctrine of Faith Alone, the Donatist doctrine of Just Alone created many other heresies. Just Alone implicates several layers of understandings, one of which is the ideology of the remnant. The remnant is the belief that the Catholic Church will (or has) fall[en] and the remnants will reconstruct the True Church. The remnant believes that the wicked will fall away from the church, and that the just alone will remain.
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Nativity Week

In the Gregorian calendar, the Day of Atonement land anywhere from September 22nd to October 8th. The Day of Atonement was one of the most important feast days of the Jews, and Zacharias was chosen to offer the incense by lot. As the Day of Atonement land anywhere from September 22nd to October 8th, St John the Baptist was conceived between the end of September to the beginning of October. St John the Baptist should have been born around the end of June. In fact, since the early days of the church, Christians celebrate the nativity of St John the Baptist on June 24.
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[stupid] Objection to the 25th

As shown my previous post Christmas Lambs, Jesus would have been born in either December, or January. Are there not some proofs against the birth date of December 25th? Was not December 25th chosen because it was a pagan holiday?

Christmas is the time when individuals are bombarded by people saying that the 25th was a pagan holiday. Saturnalia or Sol Invicti are used against the date of the 25th, but both feasts can be used to prove that the 25th is a reasonable date.
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When Was Jesus Born?

The prophet Daniel had a vision of the Angel Gabriel, who told him that the Messiah would appear after sixty-nine weeks (Daniel 9:20 and 25). Sixty-nine weeks is a Jewish way of saying sixty-nine sevens (69* 7), or 483 years. The 483 years began “from the going forth of the word to restore and build Jerusalem to the coming of an anointed one.” (Daniel 9:25).

The “going forth of the word to restore and build Jerusalem” occurred when King Artaxerxes issued the proclamation to restore and rebuild Jerusalem in 453 B.C. Now if you do the math, 453 B.C. minus 483 years is A.D. 30, the same year that Jesus began his public ministry. Jesus started his ministry when he was 30 years old. This implies that he was born around 1 A.D. or 1 B.C.
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Christmas Lambs

A lot of people think that Jesus could simply not have been born on the 25th of December. They say he was born either in the spring, summer, or fall. Never the winter. Don’t even think about it.

Alright, let’s go into a proof for the birth of Jesus in winter, to be exact December or January. Everyone knows about sheep at Christmas, and they are a proof that Jesus would have been born during this time.

Why??? Well usually spend the night with their sheep during the time lambs are born, and it is related in scriptures that the shepherds were in fact in their fields at night. So are not all lambs born in the spring? No ! Of course not !
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Catholic & Protestant Nations Before 1894

The reason this period (1800s) is ignored is for a simple reason, for that time was when atheism and protestantism ruled the world. The civilizations, popular happiness, general intelligence, and morality of the world were in total decay. Only few true Catholic nations survived, and most of them were fighting against atheist ideologies within their borders. Yet the difference between majority catholic nation versus protestant and atheist nations make strong cases for Catholicism. Atheists were significant parts of certain nation’s populations. In 1891, the population of England was 27 millions people, 5 millions of them atheists. Protestants were obviously majorities in nations like the United States and the British Empire. Those nations can be studied, and their civilizations, popular happiness, general intelligence, and morality used to prove if atheism and protestantism are true.
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On “The Great Apostasy”

What does Mormons, Jehovah-Witnesses, Adventists, Protestants, and even Islam have in common? They believe in a great apostasy, when the Catholic Church was created and went to killed the real “Christians…” They think that the original faith of Jesus and his disciples was eradicated by Catholics. The chosen date is the time of Constantine…
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“The SSPV are dangerous, as they hold the view that the Seat of Peter is empty, and thereby they reject the infallible teaching of the First Vatican Council. Notice it brings them back to Vatican I and not Vatican II… This brought unto them the two choices of Christ or nothing. Their two choices are as follows: His Holiness Pope Francis is the successor of Peter. OR : Jesus Christ, Son of the Living God, is not Divine.”
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