Fr. John O'Connor on the Reign of the Antichrist
A classic, but always relevant, video by Fr. John O'Connor on the Antichrist. Especially since we may be seeing the system of the Beast coming to fruition before us.

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Father O'Connor is excellent. I'm so grateful for this.
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Is this the late Father O'Connor who used to have a bunch of talks on the old KeepTheFaith website?  Man the memories!  I used to buy the talks individually, load them on a cheap mp3 player and listen to them back in the day. Father O'Connor, Dr. William Marra, Dr. John Rao, Michael Davies and countless others.  I used to deliver mail and listen to those over and over.  While I'm no longer a Catholic the education I got in everything from classical philosophy to history, and RC theology was amazing.  Fond memories indeed.
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Michael Davies' knowledge of the Church will always amaze me.
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What a priest! May God reward him greatly!
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When I met Fr O'Connor in 1991, he had been expelled from the Dominicans for upholding Catholic sexual morality. At the same time, Matthew Fox, still a Catholic in name, was a Dominican in good standing, touring the country with his 'witch' companion, 'Starhawk', giving joint retreats in pagan 'Creation Spirituality'. Fr O'Connor was a great man. May he rest in peace.
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