Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Israeli Police Put Clowns on Notice | Coast to Coast AM

The Israelis aren't putting up with any damn clown nonsense:

Israeli Police Put Clowns on Notice | Coast to Coast AM: Following a series of creepy clown sightings in Israel, authorities there have issued a stern statement vowing to put a stop to any further funny business from the harlequins.

In an official release on their Facebook page, the Israeli police force put the Pennywise imposters on notice, promising that any creepy clowns caught menacing citizens would "encounter strict and uncompromising police enforcement."

According to the posting from police, cops throughout Israel have already taken numerous teens into custody after they were found dressing up as clowns and scaring unsuspecting individuals.

The message goes on to implore parents to keep a close eye on their children, lest they fall in with the wrong crowd and wind up also becoming a creepy clown.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Hundreds Gather in Germany Hoping for a Marian Apparition | Coast to Coast AM

Hundreds Gather in Germany Hoping for a Marian Apparition | Coast to Coast AM: "They were drawn to the village after a man named Salvatore Caputa, who claims to have been in communication with the Virgin Mary for the last thirty years, promised that she would make an appearance there.

According to those in attendance, Caputa dropped to his knees at the prescribed time of 4:30 PM and the distinct aroma of roses could reportedly be smelt in the air by some witnesses."

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Folk Art: Joan of Angels

Great folk art here of angels from "Joan of Angels" -- Home * Joan of Angels.

She's the guest tonight on Coast to Coast. I don't know anything about her, but her work is obviously very personal and in the folk art genre.

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Elderly Catholic woman has mistakenly been praying every day to Elrond from ‘Lord of the Rings’ – DeadState

Elderly Catholic woman has mistakenly been praying every day to Elrond from ‘Lord of the Rings’ – DeadState.



A grandmother in Brazil has been praying to a statue of Elrond, the elf from Lord of the Rings, and not St. Anthony, as she had thought.


St. Anthony is the patron saint of lost items, among other things:

St. Anthony of Padua is one of the Catholic Church’s most popular saints. Saint Anthony of Padua, patron saint of lost and stolen articles, was a powerful Franciscan preacher and teacher. He’s typically portrayed holding the child Jesus—or a lily—or a book—or all three—in his arms.  Many people give alms to St. Anthony Bread in thanksgiving to God for blessings received through the prayers of St. Anthony. St. Anthony of Padua’s life is what every Christian’s life is meant to be; a steady courage to face the ups and downs of life, the call to love and forgive, to be concerned for the needs of others, to deal with crisis great and small, and to have our feet solidly on the ground of total trusting love and dependence on God. (Source: St. Anthony of Padua)