He was born the same year as Saint Therese, 1873, in Theuley, France. and died in 1956. CNA, Mary Rezac: Starting this weekend, an estimated 3.2 billion people the world over will tune in to watch the 2018 World Cup, an … Continue reading
CNA, Mary Rezac: If you ask Sair del Toro to tell you her story, she tells you the stories of other people. Women who have escaped abusive relationships. Gang members who have given their lives to Jesus. Teenagers who found healing … Continue reading
Ucanews: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, after spewing diatribes against Catholic bishops and priests in recent months, has turned the focus of his tirades on God. Speaking during a technology summit in the southern city of Davao on June 22, the president … Continue reading
1Peter5, Maike Hickson: In light of the 21 June remarks by Pope Francis concerning the German intercommunion handout allowing some Protestant spouses of Catholics to receive Holy Communion, Cardinal Brandmüller reminds Catholics now of the fundamental principles involved in this matter. … Continue reading
Catholic Culture: Only 10 Christian refugees from Iraq and Syria have been admitted into the US thus far in 2018, the Christian Post reports; 468 Muslims from the region have been admitted over the same period. The number of Christian refugees admitted from … Continue reading
1Peter5, Maike Hickson: In a new interview, Bishop Athanasius Schneider discusses the working document of the upcoming 2019 Pan-Amazon Synod and rejects the idea of ordaining married men. He argues that priestly continence is a Church tradition that goes back to … Continue reading
1Peter5, Maike Hickson: Today, on 20 June, Reuters published a new interview with Pope Francis. Although the interview is making headlines because of the Pope’s criticism of President Donald Trump’s immigration policy, it also contains another controversial assertion: the pope surprisingly now claims that … Continue reading
This is an outright lie. The cardinal knows full well that there were never ordained deaconesses in the early Church. So, why is he saying that women could be ordained into “the first degree” of the sacrament of Orders? This … Continue reading
Catholic Exchange, Stephen Beale: If the truth of the Eucharist has ever seemed strange to you, that’s because it should. St. Paul said, “We preach Christ crucified, to the Jews indeed a stumbling block, and to the Gentiles foolishness.” The Eucharist … Continue reading
Dr. Taylor Marshall: Our Lord Jesus Christ founded a New Israel with Himself as Davidic King and with Twelve Apostles initiating the new Twelve Tribes of Israel. This is the Messianic Kingdom of the Church. As one who connects the … Continue reading
Agenzia Fides: The Israeli draft bill that aims at confiscating church property in Israel has not been blocked or filed: this bill, which continues its process towards approval, is configured as “a systematic and unprecedented attack against the Christians of the … Continue reading
AsiaNews, Vladimir Rozanskij: Kirill’s great rival in the 2009 patriarchal elections highlights the “unacceptable” differences that exist between Catholicism and Orthodoxy. The opinions of Catholics and other heretics about God are “unacceptable”. Report is here.
The Remnant: Last week President Trump received a scapular and a lesson on Fatima from Edward Baza Calvo, governor of Guam since 2011. Report is here.
NBCNews Chris Fuchs: May 23 was supposed to be a happy day. After roughly a three-year wait, Xiu Qing You had finally been granted an interview for a green card, according to his attorney, Yee Ling Poon. Story here. In … Continue reading
NY Times, Nicholas Casey and Susan Abad: Iván Duque, a populist young conservative who tapped into dissatisfaction with the economy and a contentious peace deal with rebels, won Colombia’s presidential vote on Sunday. Report is here.