User Profile: Merrymix

Merrymix

Member Since: June 23, 2011

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  • [2] October 30, 2014 at 1:00am

    Hospice was started by the Hemlock Society. Check it out. Morphine is used to kill people under the guise of “keeping them comfortable.” Years ago I had Morphine after surgery.
    I was never so scared in my life. Morphine paralyzes your chest muscles so that you can’t breathe but you know you want to and have to and you know you can’t but you are so wiped out from the Morphine that you can’t stay awake. I couldn’t reach a button for the nurse, no one came to check on me during the night and my lungs were filling up with crud . It was like slowly drowning and it was terrifying. During the night — around 2 a.m., a friend came by who was on her way home from work. She helped me sit up and got a nurse in who helped me expel the junk in my throat and chest as well. She stayed the entire night with me. I’ll never forget how thankful I felt for this compassionate friend. Don’t let anyone ever tell you that Morphine is a lovely death. Outside you are sleeping; inside you are petrified and you’re definitely not unconscious.

  • [7] October 30, 2014 at 12:40am

    Pain and misery is nothing compared to the suffering of making your last act on this earth a mortal sin.

  • [10] October 26, 2014 at 10:01pm

    That is exactly the plan. He’s being put up to run in order to keep more effective candidates from getting in. Nothing is happening by coincidence. The powers that be are running scared when they see the likes of Rand Paul and Dr. Ben Carson. Most likely, they haven’t been able to dig up any scandal on either of them that would kill their opportunity to win, so they are trotting out someone they can push who will kill it for them by diluting the vote.

  • June 12, 2014 at 3:06am

    By the late 1950′s certain methods of “sensitivity training” were being used to change the thinking of the clergy on moral issues. I’m not surprised that this archbishop was confused. The seminaries were emptied, convents turned on their ear, priests left their vocations, and some who remained lost their way.

  • [23] May 30, 2014 at 5:39pm

    People are not born to kill, divorce, become alcoholics, seduce priests, have sexual relations outside marriage, or be involved in homosexual acts.
    These are all tendencies that have grown within them after mental and emotional acceptance of the possibility. The devil knows our weaknesses and when he sees a door that is not closed, he always walks in and takes over.

  • [7] May 20, 2014 at 10:50pm

    I have a statue that looks very similar to this and it’s St. Joseph. It’s white plastic with the same design. Someone probably hid a statue of St. Joseph inside a non-religious image so that they wouldn’t be criticized for being “superstitious” about asking him to help in selling their house.

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  • February 23, 2014 at 1:07am

    Yes, I think they had 10 in all. One thing missing from this article is the fact that Maria was in the convent when she was sent by the Mother Abbess to become a temporary governess for the 7 children of a widowed navy captain. It’s just a lovely story and shows the beauty and goodness that prevailed in the Catholic Church and faith before the modernizing that occurred in the 60′s.

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  • January 21, 2014 at 10:50pm

    Funny — There’s no statute of limitations on the priests who were accused even though some of them died 40 years ago.

  • January 20, 2014 at 1:21am

    In Los Cabo, Mexico I was not permitted to go into the hotel pool wearing a shirt over my bathing suit after suffering a severe sunburn the day before. I think that’s ridiculous.

  • January 16, 2014 at 2:35am

    Anti-women?? THREE women were saved in this story — two from DEATH and one from a lifetime of regret and sorrow. This story made my day! God was surely holding the hand of this mother as her soul cried out to Him. If you open the door to Him, He will surely come in to aid you in every way and His love provides.

  • December 3, 2013 at 12:30am

    To get every beautiful detail of the birth of Our Lord, one has only to read “The Mystical City of God” dictated to the Blessed Mary of Agreda in the 1700′s by the Holy Mother of God, the Virgin Mary. Pope Pius XII said that he read a bit from these four volumes (which he called “Second only to Holy Scripture”) every day and that until one has read it, he cannot say that he truly knows Jesus and Mary. This gives great detail from the beginning of the creation of the world until the beginning of the Church following the Resurrection of Jesus. And yes, Jesus was born in the midst of ice and snow in Bethlehem at the hour of midnight on December 25th in the year five thousand one hundred ninety-nine of the creation of the world. He was conceived on March 25th of that year and He died on March 25th at the age of 33. Skeptics can argue all they like, but his mother was there. She tells us: “With the Most High, everything is PERFECT and COMPLETE.”

  • November 25, 2013 at 2:19am

    Oh, Charles, get off it. Women my age remember what it was like to be a pregnant teen in the 30′s, 40′s, and even the 50′s. We all had friends who “disappeared” from society for many months and the nuns weren’t the reason. Parents didn’t want the shame and, in those days, they didn’t take on the roles of caretaker of their children and grandchildren either. The nuns were the most compassionate route those girls could take. They didn’t wallow in emotionalism but gave concrete solutions that worked for both the mothers and their babies and provided a good life for each. The girls that I knew in that situation were, and still are, eternally grateful for those nuns’ guidance and the haven they provided for them in their time of distress. They didn’t get rid of their problem by killing their babies and then grieving over it for the rest of their lives. It was a win/win for all.

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  • October 26, 2013 at 1:45am

    “Don’t ask, don’t tell” was the only fair way to handle these things. It was a “win/win” for those who are gay and for those who just wanted to respect the person without getting into their personal business.

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  • October 17, 2013 at 11:36pm

    It would be nice if this encourages some women who are worried about losing their figures for having children to go ahead and give it a try.

  • October 11, 2013 at 3:02pm

    Bravo to Marco Rubio for standing up and proclaiming Christ when it is so unpopular to do so. Those who jeer should be so humble and brave. We should applaud instead of criticize that someone has this courage. I don’t know why he supported the immigration thing, but there’s no doubt that he felt, for some reason — maybe his heritage and struggles — that it was the right thing to do. One who loves Jesus Christ will not fail to be a good leader for his people.

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  • September 14, 2013 at 3:57pm

    Oh, dear. Priests have no “subjects”, and the only “priest” who rewrote the Bible was Martin Luther who conveniently left out 7 books that didn’t fit his philosophy. When the Bible was given to the world, it just so happened that there were no printing presses — 13th century invention — and the common people couldn’t read anyway. In fact, the common people couldn’t read even after that for some centuries. Did you know that Bibles were the work of centuries and were hand-written treasured manuscripts that were the work of monasteries? It’s quite true and understandable that they weren’t passed out freely. Nuns choose to be nuns — no one forces that on them. And remember Mother Teresa’s answer when asked by a reporter why her nuns only owned a sari (their dress) and a toothbrush. She replied that “It is only in owning nothing that one is entirely free.” Good thought.

  • September 8, 2013 at 5:38pm

    I love the recent comment from one homeschooling Catholic father who said of his children: “I care more whether they get to Heaven than whether they get to Harvard.”

  • August 25, 2013 at 1:56am

    Did I miss something? At what point did the boy drink from the cup?

  • August 10, 2013 at 1:08am

    This poem sounds so much like what Our Lord is saying about living with Him in the New Paradise now prepared for those who love Him at the time of His Second Coming. Much havoc will come first, but the time is now short for it all to end. You can read these messages — the last that will be given to the world to prepare us for the great tribulation and translation into the New Heaven and the New Earth as spoken of in the Bible. http://www.thewarningsecondcoming.com

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  • February 20, 2013 at 10:51am

    Those comments totally disgust me. Some teens are mature enough to be able to make good decisions about their goals in life. Parents should do all they can to help their kids transition from their home to their lives after leaving the home of their childhood. Why not? I admire these teens for taking responsibility and wanting to do the right thing for their child. A child is a gift from God. Their child is fortunate to have two parents who understand that and want to provide a good life for it. If you look around you will notice that many, many marriages that have passed the test of time were between two people who loved each other from an early age. There’s just something about that first love that you can never forget. Good parents should encourage and help their children to marry young instead of leading a promiscuous life and getting abortions to cover it up.

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