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Getting to the church on time, war on farming, trouble on NYC subway for the good guy
Head start on praying, climate change foolishness, prosecutorial behavior
The later we show up in church before Mass, the later we enter into a genuine climate of prayer. Some people like to reckon how late they can be for the Mass to “count.” Remember that the Mass is one whole, from the sign of the cross at the start of Mass until the blessing at its end: one cannot say he was ‘at Mass’ if one was only there for parts of it.
The full horror of the ‘nitrogen’ war on agriculture is becoming more apparent every day. Food supplies around the world face collapse if the use of nitrogen fertiliser is severely restricted under Net Zero requirements.
It is claimed that the fertiliser is warming the Earth and causing the climate to break down, as the by-product nitrous oxide is released into the atmosphere.
In fact the entire global food supply is in danger of being trashed for the sake of what recent scientific work notes is an almost unmeasurable 0.064°C warming per century. [!]
Penny’s lawyers said the Long Island-native ‘could not have foreseen Neely’s untimely death.’ They also said the ex-Marine was merely trying to restrain Neely until the cops arrived.
The veteran’s legal team also took aim at ‘elected officials’ calling on them to ‘address the mental health crisis on our streets on subways.’ It had earlier been reported that Bragg was planning to summon a grand jury to consider charges for Penny before he proceeded with taking action tonight.
Some days, you can’t win for losing. Pray for all concerned. What fools these mortals be.