Monthly Archives: December 2010

The Pirates Are At It Again


Dear CRS readers, Below is my letter to my congressman of the Connecticut 5th District. It is self-explanatory and is in reaction to the S-510 Senate Food Bill which was passed unanimously, both by Dems and Republicans, in the middle … Continue reading

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The Love of Money is the Root of All Evil


Dear readers of Catholic Rural Solutions, corresponding to my immediately prior post we have the wise words of His Excellency Bishop Richard N. Williamson, SSPX. I very much appreciate his essays and sermons because he does not separate the spiritual … Continue reading

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Seeing Through the Smoke and Mirrors…


Clearing the Muddy Waters Posted below is 16 Nightmarish Trends to Watch Carefully in 2011 from http://endoftheamericandream.com/archives/16-nightmarish-economic-trends-to-watch-carefully-in-2011 It is becoming exceedingly apparent that unless something is done rapidly we are heading for an economic collapse of unprecedented magnitude…. While this … Continue reading

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The Time of Hesitation is Over…


The Time of Hesitation is Over… You Must Get Proactive to Secure Your Own Best Interests.   Since its inception five years ago, Catholic Rural Solutions has been trying to inspire people into action to prepare for their own security … Continue reading

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Granny Miller For those who may not already be subscribers I recommend the following homesteading website. http://homesteadgardenandpantry.com/ It is chock full of information including podcasts for small stock husbandry and homesteading. Everything from canning to goat care. There last pod … Continue reading

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Covetousness


Covetousness   As we grew in the Faith and we learned the Commandments and Precepts of the Church we were taught that covetousness was jealousy because a child’s mind can readily understand jealousy as it is experienced at quite a … Continue reading

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