LifeSite News: Vaccine developers, Mormon elders, pro-abortion Chelsea Clinton, population control advocate Jane Goodall, a New Age activist, a prominent UK Muslim scholar, and a pro-abortion American actress known for posing nude, are all speakers at an upcoming Vatican conference … Continue reading
The Atlantic, Adam Maida: Last week, the CDC acknowledged what many of us have been saying for almost nine months about cleaning surfaces to prevent transmission by touch of the coronavirus: It’s pure hygiene theater. “Based on available epidemiological data and studies … Continue reading
LifeSite News, Raymond Wolfe: More than 10,000 people have died shortly after COVID-19 vaccination since December, American and European authorities have revealed. The deaths include more than 7,100 in Europe, according to the European Medicines Agency (EMA), and 3,005 reported … Continue reading
The Christian Post, Michael Gryboski: The National Collegiate Athletic Association announced that states with laws or policies prohibiting transgender-identified biological males from competing in women’s sports will lose opportunities to host championship events and tournaments. Read more here.
Aleteia, John Burger: Five priests, two nuns and three lay people were kidnapped in Haiti on Sunday, and their captors are demanding a ransom of $1 million. The priests and sisters are members of the Society of Priests of St. … Continue reading
We pray that the Pope obeys Our Lady and consecrates Russia TFP, Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira: Holy House of Loreto is Our Lady’s house from Nazareth. Jesus spent His adolescence there when they returned from Egypt. The Angels later transported … Continue reading
CNA: The influential and controversial Swiss theologian Hans Küng died Tuesday at the age of 93. The German Catholic Church’s official website said that Küng died on the afternoon of April 6 at his home in Tübingen, southwest Germany. More here.
National Catholic Register, Joseph Pearce: The late Joseph Sobran (1946-2010) was a journalist who thrived on controversy. He was the sort of writer who did not try to please all of the people all of the time, or even most … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, Bishop Athanasius Schneider: Anti-Christian world powers that promote the culture of death are seeking to impose on the world’s population an implicit — though remote and passive — collaboration with abortion. Such remote collaboration, in itself, is also an … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, Dorothy Cummings McLean: Police entered the sanctuary of a Catholic Church during a Good Friday service and threatened worshippers with a fine if they did not immediately leave. Video footage taken from within Christ the King Polish Catholic Church in southwest London shows police … Continue reading
National Catholic Register, Benjamin Wiker: I’m not just happy to teach a banned book. I’m elated — and grateful. As to being grateful, I am thankful to be at Franciscan University, where professors can actually teach truths now considered heretical by … Continue reading
California Catholic Daily: Liberal “Christian” groups are trying to get Archbishop Joseph Naumann, head of the U.S. Catholic bishops’ pro-life committee, fired for his denunciation of Joe Biden’s radical support for abortion. Faith in Public Life and Faithful America — two … Continue reading
Return to Order, Edwin Benson: Imagine if a neighbor, coworker, or salesperson shows up at your home. You reluctantly let them in, and they instantly start criticizing your home’s decoration and cleanliness. You are well within your rights to ask … Continue reading
CNA, Courtney Mares: A Catholic priest and at least six others were killed by gunmen in an attack on St. Paul’s Catholic Church in Benue State, Nigeria, the Diocese of Katsina-Ala confirmed Wednesday. Report is here.
Complicit Clergy: A slide used in a Department of Defense (DOD) training manual identifies Catholics and evangelical Christians as “religious extremists,” along with members of the Ku Klux Klan, al-Qaeda, and Hamas, according to a Marine Corps officer. See here.