LifeSiteNews, Liberty Counsel: Merle Hoffman, president and CEO of Choices Women’s Medical Clinic (Choices) in Jamaica, New York, who was questioned under oath yesterday by Liberty Counsel, has said that the “act of abortion positions women at their most powerful” … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, Peter Baklinski: (Quoting Peter Damian, doctor of the Church) “You are most greatly to be wept over, because you do not weep. You are in need of the sufferings of others because you do not feel the danger of … Continue reading
LifeSIteNews, Claire Chretien: Bishop Thomas Paprocki announced last week that Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin, who lives in his diocese, is not to be admitted to Holy Communion until he repents of his public abortion advocacy. More on this here.
LifeSiteNews, Claire Chretien: Papal confidante Father Antonio Spadaro retweeted a call for EWTN to be severely censured “until they get rid of Raymond Arroyo.” Report is here.
Chicago Tribune, Louisa Loveluck and Liz Sly: A surge in Syrian government airstrikes has killed at least 200 people over the past two days on the outskirts of Damascus, aid agencies said Tuesday, as the Syrian war ramps up and civilians … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, Maike Hickson: ; The German cardinal who caused a great stir in the Catholic world earlier this month by raising the possibility of a liturgical blessing for homosexual couples is now saying that he never supported such an idea. More … Continue reading
Newsweek, Ian Wilkie: Lost in the hyper-politicized hullabaloo surrounding the Nunes Memorandum and the Steele Dossier was the striking statement by Secretary of Defense James Mattis that the U.S. has “no evidence” that the Syrian government used the banned nerve agent Sarin … Continue reading
ABCNews: Hungary’s prime minister says that “Christianity is Europe’s last hope” and that politicians in Brussels, Berlin and Paris favoring migration have “opened the way to the decline of Christian culture and the advance of Islam.” More here.
I intend to find out more about this miracle. If anyone beats me to it, please comment. Aleteia, Philip Kosloski: During the 15th century torrential rain fell on the French city of Avignon. The Sorgue and Rhône rivers continued to … Continue reading
National Catholic Register, K.V.Curley: As Lent starts there is a statue in central London that it would be good to contemplate It is not a religious statue, nor is it well known. Standing in the heart of London, outside the … Continue reading
CNA, Kevin Jones: The Trump administration’s re-nomination of Chai Feldblum to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission puts religious liberty and marriage in danger and should be withdrawn, one U.S. Senator said this week. More here.
LifeSiteNews, Maike Hickson: The Diocese of Linz, Austria, invited homosexual couples to participate in the blessing of couples on St. Valentine’s Day. Report is here.
LifeSiteNews, Maike Hickson: Austria’s bishops, led by Vienna’s Cardinal Christoph Schönborn, are indignant over a retired bishop’s passionate defense of Catholic teaching in opposing Church “blessings” for homosexual unions. More here.
Ignitum Today, Jean Elizabeth Seah: One afternoon, I was on a bus to the city when a disheveled young man boarded the bus. He was in gray pajamas, barefoot, and looked like he hadn’t had a shower in awhile. “Can I … Continue reading
She found her vocation at Fatima Get Religion, Julia Duin: There’s no shortage of Olympic-athletes-and-their-faith stories coming out these days and for the most part, they’re decent stories. There’s Gina Dalfonzo’s wrap-up of Christian athletes at the event for Christianity Today; a piece on … Continue reading