Cabrini-A Generational Heroine

When Hollywood produces a film about Italian Americans, it usually is of a certain vintage and the purveyors of such art are usually their descendants.  In a change of pace, enter the talented duo of director Alejandro Monteverde and screenwriter Rod Barr who collaborated last year on the highly acclaimed Sound of Freedom, one of …

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Globalist Babylon Is Coming

      Recently, I wrote a message titled “Babylon the Great Is Fallen.”  In that message, I erroneously stated that “Mystery Babylon” was mentioned in Revelation 18.  Since that time, I’ve done a much deeper study on the subject and there are some things I’d like to clarify here.    First of all, “Mystery Babylon” is …

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War Angel, by Sean Dietrich

“I know what I saw,” said William. Mister William was old when I interviewed him years ago. Ancient, actually. Mid-nineties. Bent and pale. A television was playing in the background of his nursing home apartment. Old people like to have televisions playing in the background. It’s like having company. “It was World War II,” William …

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