The American Catholic, Donald McClarey: Georgetown University, America’s oldest Roman Catholic institution of higher learning and located in the U.S. capital of Washington, D.C., actively encouraged visitors to its website to contribute to a vast array of left-wing activist groups in … Continue reading
LfeNews, Steven Ertelt: Abortion activist Melinda Gates, the wife of Microsoft founder and CEO Bill Gates, is attacking President Donald Trump for his decision last year to defund the International Planned Parenthood abortion business. More here.
Church Militant: A new shrine in New York is honoring Christians persecuted for their faith. The Shrine of Our Lady of Aradin, Mother of the Persecuted Church, opened at St. Michael the Archangel parish in Manhattan. It officially opened on Tuesday with the blessing … Continue reading
Catholic World Report, Father James V. Schall: Service has the connotation of some event or deed happening mainly from a spirit of generosity, not from pay or coercion. At the heart of the world we find gift, not only necessity. … Continue reading
The Remnant, Michael Matt: The Globalist agenda is suffering massive losses in Europe, where the case for national sovereignty grows stronger with nearly every major election. Consider these facts: Read article here.
Catholics Are Christians Blog: If you’re looking for traditional Catholic towns in the Ozark Mountains, they can be found. These are towns were the local parish celebrates either the Traditional Latin Mass (Extraordinary Form) regularly on Sundays or more often, and/or … Continue reading
Church Militant: Political Changes in the West mostly occur through the ballot box. A week ago, however, one exception to that rule took place in the Kingdom of Spain. On June 1, the governing People’s Party lost a motion of censure … Continue reading
ChurchPop: Hey, anyone can make a mistake! Including diocesan newspapers. Archbishop Robert James Carlson of St. Louis, MO recently ordained 25 men as permanent deacons, the largest ordination class the archdiocese has had in 41 years. Given the shortage of ordained men, … Continue reading
Catholic Culture: In the wake of a referendum vote to allow legal abortion in Ireland, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has announced that all hospitals which receive public funding will be required to perform abortions. Individual doctors and nurses may decline involvement, … Continue reading
Catholic Culture, Phil Lawler: Calling for reconsideration of the appalling legislation that would call upon priests to break the confessional seal, Archbishop Christopher Prowse of Canberra writes: “Priests are bound by a sacred vow to maintain the seal of confession.” Wait. That’s … Continue reading
Crisis, Father George Rutler: The recent pardon of the late world heavy weight champion Jack Johnson by our president was a gracious act long overdue. A previous motion had passed the House but died in the Senate in 2008. Johnson’s racially motivated … Continue reading
Of course, there is much to disagree with in an article such as this. However, it is interesting that, for the unbiased scientist without the theological virtue of Faith, the study of DNA is continuing to expose more and more … Continue reading
The demolition crew continues its wreckage of the Faith in Eire. America Jesuit Review, Michael J. O’Loughlin: “I’m tremendously grateful for this invitation,” Says Martin, “not so much for what it says about my own ministry or writing but what it … Continue reading
A fourth priest, Father Rey Urmeneta, survived two gunshot wounds in Calamba City this past Wednesday. FOXNews: Philippine police say two gunmen killed a Roman Catholic priest as he prepared to celebrate Mass at the altar of a chapel in a … Continue reading
Breibart, Simon Kent: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attacked Austria’s impending closure of mosques and consequent expulsion of Turkish-funded imams, saying the move is anti-Islamic while promising a response. “These measures taken by the Austrian prime minister are, I fear, leading … Continue reading