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ARE DEMONS MALE OR FEMALE?

June 17, 2019
QUESTION?

Are demons male or female?

ANSWER!

Devils and angels are spiritual beings so, strictly speaking, they cannot be males or females, i.e., natural differences which require a body. However, I fully agree with Peter Kreeft that angels beings...Read more

Are Demons Supernatural Beings?

June 5, 2019

QUESTION?

Are demons supernatural beings?

ANSWER!

Angels and demons are created spiritual beings with all the attributes that go along with that higher order of existence: they are immortal (i.e., they cannot die); they are instantaneously mobile...Read more

Truth serum when listening to Virgin most Powerful Radio!

June 4, 2019
QUESTION?

I listen to Jesus 911 daily, and I am monthly donor to VMP radio. With that said, do you know anything about Leo Zagami, can he be trusted as a reliable source? He came up on my YouTube feed...Read more

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Mass in Dachau

June 17, 2019

A priest who was in the German prison camp Dachau describes the Mass after all the German guards were in bed. He said, “Our lives were in danger if we were ever discovered. A young priest had to memorize the names of all of those who had received communion, but it was forbidden for us to gather in groups for prayer. After night call and bed check, we would set our guards, darken the windows, and the lucky one to be chosen to celebrate for this momentous occasion would carefully brush his pathetic prison garb, put the stole over his shoulders, and by the small light of his smuggled candle begin the commemoration of that other great Passion of which our own was the physical continuation. We could understand the Mass. All that could crowd into the room were there, tears of joy running down our cheeks.  Christ the Lord, who knew what suffering was, was coming to suffer with us, to bring us strength and consolation. The small hosts were broken into as many particles as possible so the greatest number could communicate. We had to keep a secret roster of those who received. We missed some of the liturgy perhaps, but I think that God looked down into that prison room and found a particularly refreshing response to his cry of love from the cross, ‘I thirst.’ There was nothing that could keep us from doing all in our power to be closer to God.”

 

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