By Hilary White KIEV, Ukraine, March 7, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A committee of the Ukrainian Parliament is calling for a halt to the popularization of homosexuality that has become such a prominent feature of life in western European and North … Continue reading
In light of wicked legislation backed by Gov. Spitzer, John Zmirak at Taki’s Magazine recommends civil disobedience in the mode of Archbishop John Hughes — “Dagger John,” as he was known. There is some good history related here about the … Continue reading
This is from Mr. Allen’s NCRCafe column. We cannot agree with the “free market” assessment of religions matters, except to grant that it is a factor in the American scene. Neither can we share the journalist’s seeming lack of serious … Continue reading
VATICAN CITY, MARCH 7, 2008 (Zenit.org).- A society that lacks an interest in history, is one that can be easily manipulated by ideologies, says Benedict XVI. The Pope said this today upon receiving in audience members of the Pontifical Committee … Continue reading
Mosul, Mar. 7, 2008 (CWNews.com) – A week after Archbishop Paulos Faraj Raho was kidnapped in Mosul, Iraqi Catholics are increasingly fearful for the prelate’s life. The bishop’s kidnappers have repeated their ransom demands, the AsiaNews service reports. But they … Continue reading
New Orleans, Mar 8, 2008 / 03:25 am (CNA).- Senator John McCain made efforts on Friday to do more than just distance himself from the anti-Catholic teachings of John Hagee by repudiating any comments made by the well known televangelist. … Continue reading
NEW YORK (RACHEL ZOLL – Associated Press, Thursday, March 6, 2008 11:56 PM PST) —- The Anti-Defamation League was “deeply troubled” by the prayer. Conservative Jewish rabbis said they were “dismayed and deeply disturbed” by its language. But some veteran … Continue reading
U.S. naval vessels fired missiles into Somalia on March 2 in a strike aimed at a Kenyan man wanted as the suspected perpetrator of attacks on a Kenyan hotel and an Israeli airliner in 2002. Is this the proper use … Continue reading
Mr. Lawler’s comments reflect my own thoughts. When I first read this story yesterday, I emailed a friend: “Prediction: The Pope will NOT say that Luther ‘was not a heretic.’” And you can bank on that or my name isn’t … Continue reading
Parental rights assaulted. Go here for the story in the San Francisco Chronicle: “Homeschoolers’ setback in appeals court ruling.” Sign the petition of the Home School Legal Defense Association.
Asia News posts an interview here with a Catholic priest in Gaza. The plight of these poor people is horrific. They need our prayers desperately.
One would think in the spirit of ecumenism, an honored invitee would not bring a dagger to the table of dialogue. Think again.
A strange wrinkle in the Hagee-endorsement controversy.
(EuroNews) He is known for his staunch opposition to social reforms pioneered by Spanish leader Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero. And now, just days before the country goes to the polls, Madrid’s Cardinal Archbishop has been elected head of the Roman … Continue reading
From the Capital Times: The Rev. Alfred Kunz was a unique priest, Monsignor Delbert Schmelzer told about 100 people assembled for Mass at Holy Redeemer Church in downtown Madison Tuesday night to remember Kunz, 10 years to the day he … Continue reading