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Sewing with Ani Slattery
22 Views · 1 month ago

Sewing is so much less intimidating when you dont have to spend money. So much can be done with an old bedsheet, even a full-length skirt with pockets!

Sewing with Ani Slattery
46 Views · 4 months ago

If you'd like to make one yourself, I included detailed instructions in the description of the original video on my channel.

Kolbe Center
125 Views · 4 months ago

⁣What do bees and flowers teach us about evolution?

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Sewing with Ani Slattery
30 Views · 4 months ago

If there is any interest, I'll make a more step-by-step tutorial for anyone wanting to learn how to sew rosary pouches - just let me know!

These were made as a custom order for a woman who makes rosaries.

Gregorian Chant Academy
38 Views · 5 months ago

⁣Merry Christmas! "Puer Natus In Bethlehem" is a devotional Christmas hymn with text from the 13th century set to a melody from the 14th century. I tired to add the lyrics on the screen but the video kept having rendering issues for some reason, so I had to remove them. Lyric translation below.

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English translation:
A child is born in Bethlehem, Alleluia.
Wherefore Jerusalem rejoices. Alleluia, alleluia.

The Son assumed flesh, alleluia.
Of God the Father Most High, alleluia.

By a message from Gabriel, alleluia.
A virgin has conceived a son, alleluia.

As a bridegroom from the chamber, alleluia.
He passed through His mother's womb, alleluia.

Here He lies in the manger, Alleluia.
Who reigns without limit. Alleluia

And an angel to the shepherds, alleluia.
Reveals that He is the Lord, alleluia.

The kings of Sheba come, Alleluia.
They offer gold, incense, and myrrh. Alleluia

Each entering the house, Alleluia.
They greet the new-born King of kings. Alleluia

He was born of a virgin mother, Alleluia.
He Who Is light from light, Alleluia.

Without the the serpent's wound, Alleluia.
He comes of our blood; Alleluia

He is like us in the flesh, Alleluia.
Yet different, without sin; Alleluia

That us men redeemed, Alleluia.
Like God and Himself should be. Alleluia

In the joy of this birthday, Alleluia.
Let us bless the Lord: Alleluia.

Praise be to the Holy Trinity, Alleluia.
Let us give thanks to God. Alleluia

Avoiding Babylon
110 Views · 5 months ago

⁣We're about to embark on a whirlwind tour of the battle of science vs. the religion of evolution, guided by Pamela Acker, through the complex world of young Earth creationism, skepticism toward evolution, and the scientific debates that these views provoke. The journey will take us from our personal perspectives to the cutting-edge realms of genetics and radiocarbon dating. We'll be revealing our transformation from evolutionists to young Earth creationists, sharing our experiences, and shedding light on contentious issues like the acceptance of evolution within the Catholic community and the dating of dinosaur bones.

Join us as we unpack the controversy surrounding the discovery of soft tissue in dinosaur bones and how it shook the foundations of traditional biochemistry. We’ll also take you through the misconceptions around genetics and evolution, particularly the disputed similarities between humans and chimpanzees. Our conversation doesn't shy away from controversial theories, like the one suggesting humans must have had ancestors who laid eggs. If that's not enough, we'll also dive deep into the fascinating realm of genetic entropy and its implications for our understanding of evolution and cosmology.

We're thrilled to have Pamela Acker from the Kolbe Center joining us as we navigate the intriguing intersection of evolution and religion. She'll shed light on the potential impact of genetic entropy on the future of humanity. As we wrap up, we'll discuss the importance of supporting the Kolbe Center in its mission to promote the truth of creation. So, hold onto your seats and brace yourselves for an exhilarating ride through young Earth creationism, evolution, and everything in between.


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Sensus Fidelium
57 Views · 2 years ago

Sermons and lectures from the original Sensus Fidelium channel

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