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Catholic is a community of Christians loyal to the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. We hold traditional Catholic beliefs including in the Trinity and the Immaculate Conception. With the Holy Spirit at our side, we are devoted to the Catholic faith.

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High Councilors:
The Catholic Commonwealth of Atrus | The Theocracy of Fransmany

St. Michael the Archangel, Linkdefend us in battle.

Embassies: Vatican II, Vatican, Saint Margaret Mary, Right to Life, Soli Deo gloria, Catholicism, Res Publica Catholicae Borgiae, Pro Life International, Coalition of Catholic States, Antarctic Oasis, The catholic royal alliance, and Alliance of Catholic Nations.

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Regional Power: Very High

Catholic contains 41 nations, the 264th most in the world.

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The Most Pacifist in Catholic

Nations ranked highly pursue diplomatic solutions rather than military ones in the international arena, have small or nonexistent militaries, and peace-loving citizens.

As a region, Catholic is ranked 474th in the world for Most Pacifist.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Holy Matriarchy of Our Lady of The Nunnish NationsAuthoritarian Democracy“A Nation of Sisters who can Raise a few Blisters!”
2.The Sede Vacante of Apostolic seeWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Extra omnes!”
3.The Catholic Republic of FlomanyWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“In Deo Speramus”
4.The Queen and Peoples of Amaranthine AsphodelWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Nothing poetic in the world shall dwell!”
5.The Theocracy of FransmanyDemocratic Socialists“In God We Hope ”
6.The Organic Vegan Commune of Frustrated FranciscansWA MemberCorrupt Dictatorship“We praise You, Lord, for Sister Death!”
7.The Principality of CarlvonhapsburglundWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Quomodo sedet sola civitas”
8.The Counter Reformation of OireDemocratic Socialists“Cén fath?”
9.The Idyll of ChiesanuovaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Freedom.”
10.The Catholic Commonwealth of OsbalstiumWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“Illigitimi non carberundum”
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The Holy Federation of The rouge Christmas state wrote:I got to visit St.Louis Cathedral in New Orleans, and got to witness Mass there. All I have to say is it was one of the most beautiful and moving things I have seen. (Forgive me if said the wrong service, for I'm not Catholic but have great respect for them.)

That's wonderful. It's a Mass if the host is consecrated. In other words when the priest holds up the bread and says "This is my body." That is when the ordinary bread (and he does it separately for wine but the same thing is true) becomes the body, blood, soul and divinity of Jesus. Most Masses are about an hour long and include among other things a sermon by the priest and gospel readings but this is the defining feature of the Mass.

Are you thinking about becoming catholic? What religion are you now?

Last Sunday I acted as the first time as a Lector in my Parish. The average person has no idea how big the font is in those lectionaries. Very easy to read.

Kiravian WA Mission

Congrats FF... You are lucky your church has a good lectionary. I have seen some lectionaries with pages as large as you can imagine, but the font is only 10 pt. font. That is when it gets annoying!

2nd video is out by Center for Medical Progress, more evidence to back up first video that Planned Parenthood sells baby parts.


Full footage:

Christian Democrats and Kiravian WA Mission

Fr. Barron is now Bishop (elect) Barron!

The Nunnish Nations, Fransmany, and Kiravian WA Mission

RIP Cardinal Baum

Ashes to Ashes, Amen.

Two very interesting articles in Crisis Magazine Online today:
Can a Catholic be a Collectivist?

To change social ideals and find different sources of hope we need to live and understand the world differently. There are of course Catholic reasons to move toward understandings and ways of life radically different from those common around us. Doing so would make the relation among the state, non-state initiatives, and individual well-being, along with everything else, look very different.


The other article:
Can a Christian be a Social Liberal?

The social liberal would respond that although we are certainly entitled to express our religious beliefs, we should not impose those beliefs on others. If my otherwise immoral actions entail no harm to others, then I should not be denied my freedom to perform these actions. This view commands the respect of not only liberals, but also a growing number of conservatives. The problem with this response lies not in its appeal to freedom, which is unequivocally good, and which explains why this view is inherently appealing. The problem, rather, is that it confuses true, spiritual freedom with a cheap, earthly imitation.

Yer man seems a bit ambiguous to me. For the state to provide services for all, and welfare for who needs it, is all fine and dandy.
However this:
To avoid invidious distinctions between welfare dependency and self-support, for example, it seems that government should, as a matter of equal citizenship, provide as many basic goods and services as possible gratis to all.
is taking the biscut.
And using the term "collectivism" to describe state services is over the top. Collectivism by it's name is a threat to private property.

And just to finish off
A society as big and complex as the United States can’t possibly be run democratically in any sense strong enough to justify identifying acts of the government with acts of the people.
Nonsense. You get what you vote for. People come up with the above to avoid responsibility when voting.

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