Category: News

Vietnam’s Archbishop Under Virtual House Arrest

Hanoi, Oct. 1, 2008 ( – In an escalating battle with government officials in Hanoi, Archbishop Joseph Ngo Quang Kiet is now under virtual house arrest. The archbishop’s office is closed. His staff has locked the gate outside the office … Continue reading

Archbishop Burke Says Democrats Becoming “Party of Death”

Catholic News Service: ROME (CNS) — The Democratic Party in the United States “risks transforming itself definitively into a ‘party of death,’” said U.S. Archbishop Raymond L. Burke, prefect of the Vatican’s highest court. Read his interview with Avvenire here:

Cardinal Kasper Urges Protestants to Return to Martin Luther

Ecumenical News International: Roman Catholics can learn from the 16th-century Protestant reformer Martin Luther, the Vatican’s top official for Christian unity, has said, as Protestant churches in Germany prepare to launch a 10-year series of events leading up to the … Continue reading

Nazi Eugenics Gains Support in Britain from Baroness/Philosopher

LONDON, ( – In an interview, Baroness Mary Helen Warnock has said that people suffering dementia have a duty to commit suicide.Baroness Warnock, called the “philosopher queen”, is regarded as Britain’s leading moral philosopher. She said that she hopes people … Continue reading

Gangs Desecrate Chapel in Hanoi as Police Stand By

A hundred priests and ten thousand courageous Catholics march in protest in Hanoi over Communist injustices and the confiscation of Catholic properties during previous regimes. This is an ongoing story.  There have been many confrontations between thugs and the faithful … Continue reading

In Last Discourse at Lourdes Pope Calls All to be Saints

This was a very inspiring address.  In it the Holy Father spoke with great eloquence on Christ’s desire to be one with us and how He left us the sacrament of His love in the Holy Eucharist.

Catholic Journalists Under Fire From Vietnamese Police

Hanoi, Sep 11, 2008 / 03:08 pm (CNA).- Thousands of Catholics in Hanoi are continuing their peaceful protests asking for the return of their land illegally seized by the Vietnamese government. Worried about the international exposure of their tactics, the … Continue reading

How Best to Approach This Question?

CWN reports: At last, with a statement published in the September 5 issue of Catholic San Francisco, Archbishop Niederauer ended his silence. Acknowledging the confusion caused by the Speaker’s public remarks, he said that after some reflection he had concluded … Continue reading