Category: News

Pray For This Valiant Rabbi

Rabbi Yehuda Levin: “Until the religious leaders totally take on the corrupt justices in the various countries, the corrupt courts, the corrupt political leaders and name them and prohibit voting for such people based on religious reasons… – until this … Continue reading

Rosary Credited in Rescue of Hostages in Colombia

This is an extremely encouraging news piece, a must read.  President Uribe in Colombia seems like another Garcia Moreno. Bogotá, Jul 9, 2008 / 01:00 pm (CNA).- The recitation of the Rosary has become, for an increasing number of Colombians, … Continue reading

Jesse Helms Dies on July 4

From AP Report: “His opposition to Communism defined his foreign policy views. He took a dim view of many arms control treaties, opposed Fidel Castro at every turn, and supported the contras in Nicaragua as well as the right-wing government … Continue reading

Madonna House in Canada Returns Award in Protest

OTTAWA (LifeSiteNews) – Representatives from Madonna House, a Catholic community based in Combermere, Ontario, will make the journey to Ottawa Tuesday morning to return the Order of Canada medal awarded to its founder, Catherine Doherty. The move is in response … Continue reading

Remarkable Conversion Story of New Bishop of Virgin Islands

Msgr. Herbert Bevard has had some great friends throughout his priesthood, friends who have helped him excel in one of the Church’s most needed apostolates: that of bringing non-Catholics into the Faith. Who are these friends?

Anglican Bishops Closer to Catholic Unity

The Sunday Telegraph carries the news that senior Church of England bishops have met the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to discuss the apocalyptic crisis in Anglicanism and the prospect of converting to Roman Catholicism. Full article here.

Canada: Homosexualists Persecute Catholic Priest

Pete Vere, a canon lawyer, pro-life, and pro-family advocate in Canada, has just published an article in The Remnant, “Free Speech in Canada, RIP.” Mr. Vere summarizes the plight of Fr. Alphonse de Valk, a Basilian priest in Canada who … Continue reading