Excerpts from California Catholic Daily: The pope “is surely well aware of the sharp decline in the number of confessions over the past few decades,” wrote McBrien (the Sept. 21, 2007 Wall Street Journal reported that in 2005 only 26% … Continue reading
Ignatius Insight’s Carl E Olson has a very revealing interview with Mark Mathis, the man behind this anti-Darwinian documentary. It opens in theaters April 18. Although “Intelligent Design” falls short of the revealed truth of Creation from nothing, it still … Continue reading
Should I be surprised that the murder of forty million babies in the United States since 1973 is not on the list for voter concerns that “Jezabel” knoll feels must be confronted in the next election? What are they concerned … Continue reading
In the spirit of Blessed Giana Molla another mother sacrifices her life in refusing a cancer treatment that would have ended the life of her unborn baby. CWN reports it here.
Our Lady of Sheshan is the patroness of China. Every May 24th on the feast of Our Lady Help of Christians the universal Catholic Church prays and offers Masses for the persecuted Church in China. The Communist government will not … Continue reading
Vienna, Apr. 9, 2008 (CWNews.com) – Austrian Cardinal Christoph Schönborn (bio – news) has issued a statement defending the decision to host an art exhibit featuring homo-erotic images of Christ and the apostles at the Vienna cathedral’s museum. In response … Continue reading
Dr. Marian T. Horvat reviews Mark Zima’s book, Mother Teresa: The Case for the Cause.
When I first took issue with Dr. Deepak Chopra’s book, The Third Jesus, my criticism was based on a few excerpts from the Introduction that I had seen on one of the news sites I frequent on the web. The … Continue reading
From CNA: The Apostolic Nuncio to Spain, Archbishop Manuel Monteiro de Castro, compared euthanasia with Hitler’s racial purging and said both situations are “the consequence of a society without God.” Progressivists and leftists hate it when their programs (euthanasia, abortion, … Continue reading
On April 1, the Pontifical Lateran University presented the book, “Capuozzo, Indulge this Child: The Life of Giovanni Palatucci,” published by Saint Paul Editions. The new book tells the life of the heroic Italian police officer who saved five thousand … Continue reading
Vatican, Apr. 8, 2008 (CWNews.com) – Pope Benedict XVI (bio – news) has released a message to the people of the United States, in preparation for his trip to America next week. Read here.
Apr. 7, 2008 (CWNews.com) – A Vatican statement issued last week “does not go far enough to allay concerns” about the implications of an amended version of the Good Friday prayer for the conversion of Jews, the Anti-Defamation League has … Continue reading
An Orwellian plan that has state and federal governments staking claim to the ownership of every newborn’s DNA in perpetuity is advancing under the radar of most privacy rights activists, but would turn the United States’ citizenry into a huge … Continue reading
Yesterday at Saints Peter and Paul in Baghdad, the funeral was held for Youssef Adel, killed Saturday by unknown persons. Also present at the function, the Vatican nuncio and Cardinal Delly. The plan to drive Christians out of Iraq could … Continue reading
[See also “Former PM Tony Blair is Now Raising Funds for Homosexual Group.” Quote: “John Smeaton, national director of the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) commented on the matter saying, ‘During his premiership, Tony Blair became one … Continue reading