Horn News: Thousands of Central American migrants resumed an arduous trek toward the U.S. border Monday — and many critics have suggested there could be terrorists among them. The caravan, estimated to include more than 7,000 people, still roughly more … Continue reading
Aleteia: Maybe not as famous as Sammartino’s 1753 Veiled Christ, Giovanni Strazza’s Veiled Virgin is another exceptional sculpture, featuring a human figure covered with a transparent shroud carved out of the very same marble block shared with the rest of the statue. The … Continue reading
First Things, Matthew Schmitz: When I was three years old, I asked my pregnant mother whether Jesus could come into me as my baby brother had come into her. It was my inept way of saying that I wanted to … Continue reading
CNA, Mary Rezac: When Communist officials kidnapped and killed Father Jerzy Popiełuszko, they likely did not intend to help create a Polish hero, martyr and future saint for the Catholic Church. Story is here.
Aaron Blanco says he has “endured physical and emotional violence from groups like Church Militant and LifeSite News for the past year and a half.” The violence, he says, included slashed tires, death threats, attacks outside Mass, and “hundreds of … Continue reading
California Catholic Daily; On October 4th, San Diego’s Bishop Robert McElroy held the third in a series of eight “listening sessions” that he said would “focus on seeking input from people in the pews” regarding the sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic Church … Continue reading
Catholic Culture, Phil Lawler: From Patrick Reilly of the Cardinal Newman Society, via the National Catholic Register, comes this ominous warning: At the Youth Synod in Rome this week, one of the bishops’ discussion groups made some disappointing and ignorant comments about Catholic … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews: The following open letter is addressed to the generation of the 1960s in Germany who revolted against the German society as a whole, against its educational system, its Christian morality, against its political system. It might be that this … Continue reading
That’s a lot of weapons. The figure, however, is grossly exaggerated. Supposedly the Saudis have promised to buy this 110 billion worth of weapons. That, according to economy analysts is not rue, not even in the next few years. It’s … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, Maike Hickson & Lisa Bourne: German Cardinal Reinhard Marx suggested to the Youth Synod in Rome that more women in leadership positions in the Church is the answer to the Church’s sex abuse crisis. Read report here.
TheHornNews; Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton went on CNN Tuesday to call for less civility in politics. Just one day after angry, howling mobs banged on the door of the Supreme Court to try and stop Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation, … Continue reading
The Catholic World Report, Jerry Salyer: In Quarto Abeunte Saeculo, Pope Leo XIII shows us why the voyage of Christopher Columbus stands in a class by itself. There is simply no way of comparing the Genoan’s landfall in the Americas with … Continue reading
Prime Minister Imran Khan says he supports harsh “blasphemy” law as it is. CNA, Christine Rousselle; Pakistan’s Supreme Court has reserved judgement on the verdict of Asia Bibi, a Roman Catholic woman who was sentenced to death for blasphemy, several … Continue reading
Spirit Daily: On Saturday, Rudy Giuliani — former New York City mayor and current lawyer for President Trump — retweeted a tweet calling George Soros the “anti-Christ.” The tweet also suggested that Soros’ assets should be frozen. More here with links.
Those who know a little German will know what Munchen is. LifeSiteNews, Maike Hickson: While Cardinal Reinhard Marx is in Rome after being personally invited by the Pope to attend the Youth Synod, his general vicar, Dr. Peter Beer, has stated that the Archdiocese … Continue reading