Patti Armstrong

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This Couple Married and Divorced—Then ‘Remarried’ Each Other Again

Like any married couple still in love after 54 years, Larry and Marilyn Suchy cast a warm glow when they are together. Their story, however, is not one of complete marital bliss, but one that shows how dramatically God’s grace can heal. It can...

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Did Dr. Kevorkian Win in the End?

Dr. Jack Kevorkian, the Michigan pathologist dubbed Dr. Death, set the death rattle in motion at the end of life. He was the doctor who advocated for assisted suicide in the 1990’s and killed at least 130 patients between 1990-1998.  Euthanasia...

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Amazing Miracles That Communism Couldn’t Stop

Communist governments don’t like religion. They are not even too fond of their own people.  Death comes easily and frequently to their citizens. The global communist body count is estimated to be over 149,469,000 citizens killed or starved to...

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The Unseen Relationship Between Fatima and Divine Mercy

Everything the Mother of Jesus does is perfectly united to her son so devotion to her brings us closer to Jesus. It should then come as no surprise that two of the greatest devotions for our times — Fatima and Divine Mercy — are intimately...

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19 Points of Advice for Fighting the Devil

The exorcists I consult occasionally for articles have personally seen a lot of the devil’s theatrics: levitation, room temperature suddenly and drastically dropping, people knowing foreign languages they never studied, foul odors, objects flying...

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Should I Buy a Gift for a New Priest?

It’s ordination season and throughout the country people are wondering: Should I buy gift?  We celebrate ordinations but unlike weddings, gift giving leaves many in a quandary. Priests might live in the rectory or in some remote village as a...

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Our Lady of Fatima’s Antidote To Relativism

The apparitions of Our Lady at Fatima, between May 13 and October 13, 1917 were a time and place chosen by God.  That very same year, 1917, the Russian Revolution began on March 8, triggered by Karl Marx’s ideas on communism. It was the first...

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This is Why We Are Catholic

The world doesn’t get us. Sometimes we are ganged up on and persecuted. Often, we are misunderstood. Always, we are one, holy Catholic and apostolic. We are unique, enduring, resistant to whims, unafraid to stand alone, and in love with the...

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‘The Promise’ and the Truth of the Armenian Genocide

Using a love triangle and a star-studded cast, The Promise is a compelling drama that tells of a tragic piece of history. It is the story of the Armenian genocide by the Ottoman Turkish Empire just prior to World War I when an estimated 1.5...

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Should Catholics Volunteer to Watch an Execution?

Regardless of one’s opinion on capital punishment, is it okay for a Catholic to volunteer to witness an execution? Most states require that at least six citizens be present to confirm everything was conducted as required by law. It is a...