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Monday, July 30, 2018


2 Corinthians, Chapter 9, Verse 3-4
3Nonetheless, I sent the brothers so that our boast about you might not prove empty in this case, so that you might be ready, as I said, 4 for fear that if any Macedonians come with me and find you not ready we might be put to shame (to say nothing of you) in this conviction.

Christ died for all. This was Paul’s message, yet he was not blind to cultural distrusts nor should we be; we should be aware of them and work to bring the peace of Christ to all.

At once [Jesus] spoke to them, “Take courage, it is I; do not be afraid.” (Mt. 14:27)

Indian nationalists hate Muslims, Christians, Whites, Asians and Blacks. Really everyone who is not a Hindu. Chinese nationalists hate Whites, Blacks, Jews, Southeast Asians and the non-Han people of China. Remember Huax? Korean nationalists hate Japanese, Chinese, Whites, Jews, and Blacks. Remember Hacienda? Vietnamese nationalists hate the Chinese. Arab nationalists hate Jews and Iranians. With a passion! The worst ones hate Assyrians, Kurds and Berbers also. Lebanese Christian nationalists hate Arabs and Muslims in general and they especially hate Palestinians and Syrians. Armenian nationalists hate the Azeris and the Turks. Assyrian nationalists hate Muslims in general, Arabs and Turks. Russian nationalists pretty much hate everyone who is not a non-Nordic and non-Slavic Whites. Particular hatred is reserved for Jews, Muslims, Caucasians, Armenians and Asians. Ukrainian nationalists hate Russians, Jews and apparently Poles. Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian and Finnish nationalists hate Russians. Polish hate Russians and Jews. German nationalists hate Jews. Kurdish nationalists hate Turks, Arabs and Iranians. They also in general hate Shia and Yezidi Kurds. Castillian nationalists hate Basques, Asturians, Galicians and Catalans. Crimean Tatar nationalists hate Russians. English nationalists hate the Irish and Catholics in general. Argentine nationalists hate the British and Jews. Uighur nationalists hate the Chinese. Basque nationalists hate the Castillians and the French. Catalan nationalists hate the Castillians. Occitan, Breton and Corsican nationalists hate the French. Venetian nationalists hate the Italians. Valencian nationalists hate the Catalans and the Castillians. Circassian nationalists hate Russians. Rusyn nationalists hate Ukrainians. Nepali nationalists hate Indians. Hawaiian nationalists hate Whites. Indonesian nationalists hate Christians and Chinese. Filipino nationalists hate the Chinese. Malay nationalists hate Christians and the Chinese. Irish nationalists hate the English and Protestants in particular. Georgian nationalists hate the Abkhazians and the Ossetians. Hungarian, Bulgarian and Romanian nationalists hate Jews and Gypsies. Northern Italian nationalists hate Muslims and Southern Italians. Serbian nationalists hate Muslims, Hungarians, Rusyns, Muslim Bosnians, Albanians and Croats. Croatian nationalists hate Serbs the most but there is some hatred towards Bosnian Muslims. Albanian nationalists hate Serbs, Gypsies, Macedonians and Greeks. Macedonian nationalists hate Muslims, Albanians and Greeks. Pashtun nationalists hate the Hazara. Pakistani nationalists hate Indian Hindus. Greek nationalists hate Turks, Jews and Albanians. Turkish nationalists hate Armenians, Assyrians, Greeks, Russians, Christians and Jews. Iranian or Persian nationalists hate the US, the British and especially Arabs. Black nationalists mostly just hate Whites. Jewish nationalists hate non-Jews in general, particularly Christians, Muslims, Arabs, Turks, Iranians, Germans, Poles, Russians and Blacks. Japanese nationalists hate Blacks, Chinese, Koreans and Southeast Asians. Honestly everyone who is not Japanese. Mongolian nationalists frankly hate everyone who is not a Mongolian. Thai nationalists hate Cambodians and Burmese. Everybody hates the Roma. Haha.

National Cheesecake Day[2]

National Cheesecake Day is a day of appreciation for the cheesecake dessert.  Based on the discovery of cheese molds, it is believed that cheesecake originated in ancient Greece.  Athenaeus, a Greek writer, is credited with the first cheesecake recipe, which only used basic ingredients such as cheese, flour and honey.  After the Romans conquered Greece, cheesecake recipes began to include eggs and baking time. With the passing of time, cheesecake ingredients were modified to resemble the finished product we know today. However, the use of cream cheese is an entirely American version of the cheesecake, one that has evolved to consist of an uncooked cream cheese filling on top of cookie or graham crackers, while English cheesecakes are cooked to completion and have a dry texture. This scrumptious national holiday occurs every year on July 30th.

National Cheesecake Day Facts & Quotes

·         According to Guinness World Records, the largest cheesecake ever made weighed 6,900 pounds and was created by Philadelphia Cream Cheese in Lowville, New York, USA.
·         Arnold Reuben, owner of the Turf Restaurant in NYC, created the New York Style cheesecake in 1929.  This cheesecake is not served with any fruit or sauce, but has a smooth-taste from the extra number of egg yolks that are added in the cream cheese mixture.
·         Pretty in Pink Cheesecake by Elegant Cheesecakes of Saks Fifth Avenue is one of the most expensive American cheesecakes. The cheesecake weighs 8 pounds and is shaped as a stack of gift boxes, each made of edible chocolate wrapping, while the cheesecake is made of chocolate decadence layered with health crunch in vanilla and chocolate butter cream.  The price tag for this cheesecake is $325.
·         In 1972, Evelyn and Oscar Overton moved to Los Angeles and opened The Cheesecake Factory Bakery to sell Evelyn's cheesecakes.  Today, The Cheesecake Factory has become a $2 billion global company with restaurants all across the States and in the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Mexico.
·         Because you don't live near a bakery doesn't mean you have to go without cheesecake - Hedy Lamarr - Golden Age Actress

National Cheesecake Day Top Events and Things to Do

·         Try baking a Japanese or English cheesecake.  Japanese cheesecakes have a soft, light and cottony texture, while English cheesecakes are cooked and served with a fruit compote.
·         Enjoy a discounted or free cheesecake from your favorite cheesecake restaurant.  Many restaurants offer discounts and samples of cheesecake on National Cheesecake Day.
·         Host a cheesecake potluck.  Each guest must bring one cheesecake of his/her own creation. All guests may then indulge in each other's delicious creations and try a wide new variety of cheesecake flavors.
·         According to the USDA, every 100g of cheesecake contains 321 calories with a total fat content of 23g.  To try a healthier alternative, bake a cheesecake using Greek yogurt instead of cheese.
·         Participate in the Kona Cheesecake Run, held on April 17, 2016 in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Cheesecake samples at the run are provided by The Cheesecake Factory.

Jameson Cheesecake

Baileys Cheesecake tends to be an ubiquitous - but very popular - feature of many pubs and restaurant menus in Ireland.  Much more unusual, and dare we say, probably even nicer is a cheesecake make with Irish whiskey. Try this foolproof Jameson version at home.

Jameson Cheesecake

-          Ingredients

-          Base

-          165g / 5.5oz  butter
-          15 digestive biscuits or graham crackers

-          Topping

-          225g  / 8oz icing sugar
-          275ml /10 fl oz (½ pint) fresh whipping cream
-          450g / 1lb Philadelphia cheese
-          4 caps (bottle caps) of Jameson Whiskey

·         White and dark chocolate for decoration

·         Preparation method

-          Place digestive biscuits in a plastic bag and crush with a rolling pin.

-          Melt the butter and add the biscuits.

·         Put into a 23cm (9 inch) loose bottom cake tin (do not press the mixture into the tin too much or your base will be too hard). Leave in the fridge to set.

·         Beat the Philadelphia and add the icing sugar.

·         Lightly whip the cream and mix into the cheese mixture.

·         Add the Jameson whiskey to the cheese and cream mixture and mix well.  Pour over the biscuit base.  Leave at least a few hours in the fridge and decorate with grated dark and white chocolate.

Novena in Honor of Saint John Marie Vianney[3]

Horror of Sin

Saint John Mary Baptist Vianney, you were so adamant against sin, yet so sympathetic and so ready to welcome the sinner. I come to you today as if you were still alive, as if I were kneeling at your feet and you could hear me. Bend towards me, listen to the repentant confidence for the weaknesses and miserable deeds of mine. Priest of the Lord, inexhaustible Confessor, obtain for me the horror for sin. You wanted us First to avoid the occasion of sin. I want to take your advice and make the resolution to break bad habits and to avoid the dangerous occasions of sin. Help me today to examine my conscience. Holy Priest of Ars, I have confidence in your intercession. Pray for me during this novena especially for... (mention silently your special intentions).

Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be

The Way[4]

"Read these counsels slowly. Pause to meditate on these thoughts. They are things that I whisper in your ear-confiding them-as a friend, as a brother, as a father. And they are being heard by God. I won't tell you anything new. I will only stir your memory, so that some thought will arise and strike you; and so you will better your life and set out along ways of prayer and of Love. And in the end you will be a more worthy soul."

36.  Yes, that abuse can be eradicated. It shows lack of character to let it continue as something hopeless, with no possible remedy. Don't shirk your duty. Carry it out conscientiously, even though others neglect theirs.

Daily Devotions
·         Drops of Christ’s Blood
·         Please Pray for Senator McCain and our country; asking Our Lady of Beauraing to intercede.
·         Peace Through Strength
·         Novena to the Holy Face Day 6

Today is my Grandson Joshua’s birthday; who is currently undergoing military training at Westpoint; please pray for his intentions.



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