In “Defending Our Queen’s Prerogatives” (The Remnant, 12/31/2010), Joseph Romanoski wrote: “Our Lady’s directives at Fatima were directed to Catholics (italics original) only, and not to the rest of Her children and subjects.” While plausible arguments can be offered showing … Continue reading
[Taken from The Catechist by Very Rev. Canon Howe Imprimatur: Edm. Canonicus Surmont, January 26, 1922] Efficacy of the Hail Mary — In the year 1604 there were in the city of Flanders two young students who, instead of attending … Continue reading
Here is a clip from Matt Archbold’s beautiful article in the National Catholic Register: One night in the quiet of the hospital Leti looked up and saw someone else in the room. She knew what she thought she saw but … Continue reading
[By Christine and Cecilia Bryan] The Church dedicates the month of December to the Divine Infancy. In actuality, since the image of the Holy Child isn’t seen until the first hour of the twenty-fifth day, much of the month is … Continue reading
[Taken from The Catechist by Very Rev. Canon Howe Imprimatur: Edm. Canonicus Surmont, January 26, 1922. For the Help of the Catechist in the Explanation of Christian Doctrine.] The Thundering Legion — Marcus Aurelius, the Roman Emperor, was engaged in … Continue reading
CNA/EWTN News: Doctors said Joseph Nguyen was dead. His heart rate was dropping beyond recovery, and all brain activity was gone. But while they wrote his death certificate, Joseph’s parents were asking an old family friend for help: a Vietnamese … Continue reading
I read an article the other day, written by a priest, questioning whether or not the word “bilocation” was a misnomer. The author was not denying that such miracles have occurred, but rather if, in fact, the saint so credited … Continue reading
The car’s owner, Guy McCormack, of Old Bridge, N.J., told the Daily News he’s convinced that rosary beads he kept inside the Dodge saved Magill’s life. Read more here.
[Taken from The Catechist, by the Very Rev. Canon Howe. Imprimatur: Edm. Canonicus Surmount, Jan 26, 1922.] There once lived a man who had given himself up to every passion, and had become by his life a scandal to all … Continue reading
I was astonished reading this clip. Two million people — that’s half the population of Costa Rica — came to the Marian basilica in Cartago on August 2. I will have to do some more research on the miraculous statue … Continue reading
When considering current events, the Fatima-minded among us like to keep in mind the fact that the Virgin’s revelations and requests to Francisco, Jacinta, and Lucia have not yet been fulfilled. She said that if Russia were not converted, that … Continue reading
Here is a quote from Catholic Culture report of L’Osservatore Romano article by Tania Mann: “Of the hundreds of flower images, Danin focused his research on those which are most useful as geographic indicators, as well as on those with … Continue reading
The last paragraph of this article mentions a meeting in Italy at Frascati of 48 members of the scientific community at which they discussed the Shroud and other images “not made by human hands,” such as Our Lady of Guadalupe … Continue reading
CNA reports: “Fatima is a particularly significant place for this Pope,” said Vatican spokesman Fr. Federico Lombardi on Tuesday, noting that it was also a destination for two former Popes. The Holy Father has a thorough knowledge of the history … Continue reading
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