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Today, July 26, Feast Day of the ‘Mother of the Mother of God’

Today is the feast day of “Good Saint Anne” the mother of the Mother of God. Father Feeney preferred to call Saint Anne “the mother of the Mother of... More →

A Little Question on the Word ‘Conservative’

Being now in the full throes of the 2016 presidential election cycle, political news and talk is now even louder than usual. There are many wars of words, most... More →

Reconquest Episode 33: Heretics, Apostates and Schismatics Oh My! Guest: Ryan Grant

There is a schedule change for this Episode of Reconquest. It will premiere at 7 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (6 p.m. Central) on Wednesday, July 20. My guest once more... More →

St. Mary Magdalene is the Same Mary, the Sister of Lazarus and Martha of Bethany

I had doubted this in the past. My main reason was that Saint Mary Magdalene is called “the Magdalene” not “Mary of Bethany.” Magdala was in Galilee, not Judea,... More →

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The incomparable Patrick J. Buchanan authored a column on the racial and religious remapping of Europe and America: “Will the West Survive the Century?” The twin engines propelling these demographic shifts are the birth dearth of Europeans (in both continents), and the careless immigration policies of Europe and its North-American outposts. Inasmuch as these phenomena are both practical expressions... More →

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Did You Know?  Catholic Trivia

St. Brendan the Navigator

The first Europeans to set foot on American soil were actually St. Brendan the Navigator and his band of Irish monks.  These fearless missionaries arrived here to plant the Cross of Christ for the first time nine hundred years before Columbus and five hundred years before Leif Ericson.  (c. 538 A.D.) Share, Bookmark, Like:... More →


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