After consulting wit several exorcists, Rev. Daniel Reehil, pastor of St. Edward parish in Nashville, Tennessee, made the courageous decision to ban the enormously popular Harry Potter occult-fiction books from the school library. Instead of presenting all the facts about why he made this decision, the biased media is fueling Potter-fan outrage by keeping their reporting as shallow and nondescript as possible.
Lawyers who are suing major media outlets for their reckless coverage of a confrontation between a Covington Catholic High School student and a Native American activist at the 2019 March for Life say this case isn’t just about the libeling of a 16-year-old student, it’s about an out-of-control media that needs to be taught a lesson.
But lilies, my favorite flowers
I am placing at Thy feet.
A rose for Thy crown so bright,
Please don’t forget the lilies,
The lilies so pure and white.
And understanding rare,
And send a blessing from above
In answer to my prayer.
If more people came to Thee,
With their trials and sorrows
And said their Rosary.
Their load much lighter grow,
And in humility, kiss the cross
In peace, would onward go.