Zenit News has a very interesting article affirming the fact, with documentation, that Pius XII saw the sun dance in the sky and change colors four times, October 30, 31, November 1, and November 8, 1950. He defined the dogma … Continue reading
Diogenes reports from Catholic Culture’s Off the Record: California’s attorney general Jerry Brown– that proud product of Jesuit training who, during his earlier tenure in a higher office, was aptly dubbed “Governor Moonbeam”– has announced that he will defend Proposition … Continue reading
The culture of death advances on. CWNews: Washington will become the second state to allow physician-assisted suicide, 10 years after Oregon became the first. Initiative 1000 led in vote counts Tuesday night by a 58 percent to 42 percent margin. … Continue reading
I am not sure how this figure was obtained, but it is probably accurate. Catholics have for a long time been the strongest voting bloc in the country – and that for the Democrats.
No comment necessary. Catholic news Service: Pope Benedict XVI sent a personal message to President-elect Barack Obama Nov. 5, congratulating him and offering his prayers for Obama and for all the people of the United States. More here.
God bless those who came out and said what a grave sin it was to vote for the pro-abortion presidential candidate Barack Obama. Not just a “vote pro-life,” but “it’s a grave sin to vote for Obama because of the … Continue reading
On the eve of election day. I don’t know the percentage of young voters who voted for the pro-abortion candidate, but if they were students at a “Catholic” college you can be assured they were encouraged at school to do … Continue reading
Yes, those donations you’ve been dropping in the “second” collection end up in the strangest of places. Check this out from the Washington Times.
Some things are hard to believe but true, like a Catholic who thinks he can be a Catholic and vote pro-abortion. I mean in the good old days when a Catholic publicly took a moral or doctrinal position against the … Continue reading
The Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, addressed teachers and students from the Pontifical academies, as they start their academic year, with words of wisdom. CWN reports: Vatican, Oct. 31, 2008 (CWNews.com) – True wisdom means “following the mind of Christ,” … Continue reading
It may be a first historically. But it is interesting that a United States ambassador would be writing an article for L’Osservatore Romano. Maybe Ray Flynn did when he had the job, but I hope not. Mary Ann Glendon is … Continue reading
I have not yet succeeded in getting my name off the email list of one of these groups, Catholic United. I had contacted the organization a year or so ago because I was interested in their stand against the war … Continue reading
As of yet there are no suspects or motives assigned as to the reason behind this vicious crime. International Herald Tribune reports: MOSCOW: Two Roman Catholic priests were murdered in their apartment in an upmarket district of Moscow, investigators said Wednesday. … Continue reading
Journalist Magdi Allam knows the nature of the darkness from whence he came. And there is “no fellowship between light and darkness.” Hence his frustration when prominent hierarchs give respect to a religion that grew out of a book which … Continue reading
The ex soap star and pop singer, Eduardo Verastegui, once told the producer of Mel Gibson’s The Passion of Christ that his number one ambition in life is to become a saint. Today he is working round the clock to … Continue reading