The Profit of Forgiveness | Mathew Platshorn | TEDxReno



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How can forgiveness change our economy, our communities and ourselves?

Matthew has lived in Northern Nevada since 2003. He has a passion for his family, service to others, and empowering people to advocate for themselves. Matthew worked for the State of NV for 4 years, leaving to help launch a Carson City based Social Service Company in 2007, and launching a Social Action Software company in 2012. Outside of work Matthew enjoys running, spending time with his girls, and serving his church.

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Fr. John O’Connor: The Marxist Subversion of the Catholic Church



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In this talk, Fr. John O’Connor O.P. lays out the destruction, subversion and infiltration of the Catholic Church by revolutionary Marxists and communists as well as Homosexuals.

Father O’Connor shares his experience as a seminarian, and a priest seeing the hierarchy of the church being taken over by “Gay” Sodomite priests, and his prophetic words ring more true today then they ever have. This talk, which was given in the early 90’s, explains how we now have a Pope, who stands by while homosexual couples are blessed, who denies the existence of hell, and who supports communist and marxist ideals within society.

Father O’Connor also exposes the Radical Left-Wing agenda of the subverted, post Vatican II Church, showing how Communist leaders such as Bella Dodd, sent these leftists into our Catholic seminaries, which has brought about an almost near destruction of the Church in the West.

Father John O’Conner was a Dominican priest, born in Chicago in 1929. He studied at Notre Dame University and joined the Order of Preachers in 1949. He obtained degrees in philosophy and theology, and was ordained to the Catholic priesthood in San Francisco in 1955. He taught in Catholic colleges in Madison, Wisconsin and Austin, Texas from 1955 to 1966. He was associate pastor in New Orleans from 1966-1969, and since then, as a Dominican preacher, he has travelled over 300,000 miles over the United States and Canada giving missions and retreats to the laity.