National Catholic Register: “People say, ‘Wow!’ when they walk in,” Father Walter Tonelotto enthused as we talked about the church he pastors, Our Lady of the Rosary of Pompeii Church in New York City. That jaw-dropping response happens upon entering … Continue reading
Catholic Culture’s Phil Lawler posted from chapter four of his book of stories: When the Faith Goes Viral. “Latin Americans Give Jesus for Christmas,” by Angelique Ruhi-Lopez. Many Christians lament the over-commercialization of Christmas. A group in Peru is doing … Continue reading
The new College of Saints John Fisher & Thomas More (“Fisher More College”) in Fort Worth, Texas, is one of several small Catholic colleges working to recapture the true liberal arts tradition in Catholic higher education. Unlike the others, it boasts … Continue reading
There are five saints who graced the city of Lima, Peru, in the first half of the seventeenth century: two were born and died there, three died there who came from Spain to be missionaries. They are Saints Rose (1617, … Continue reading
Triathlete Brad Seng resides in Boulder Colorado where he trains for triathlons as a professional athlete. Can you imagine swimming for 2.4 miles, biking for 112 miles, and just to make sure you do not have too much energy left over, run a full marathon … Continue reading
As a public service, the Internet Archive, the “Digital Library of Free Books, Movies, Music & Wayback Machine,” has posted, as part of their “Old Time Radio” category, the radio programs of the Canadian Born “Radio Priest,” Father Charles Edward … Continue reading
CNA: Abortion activists interrupted Mass at the Cathedral of the Chilean capital Santiago the evening of July 25, destroying confessionals and defaming several side altars with blasphemous graffiti. More on this here.
CNA: The story of the persecution of Mexican Catholics in the 1920s is being told anew, in an English translation of a book by a scholar of Mexican culture and history. Read more here.
Given the medals by his Catholic fiancee, Katherine May Hewitt, the General and Miss Hewitt made a pact. If the General died in the war, Miss Hewitt would enter a convent. The General did die, holding the hill at Gettysburg; … Continue reading
John Baptist Grieco’s Holy Theme Park may come back to life. I remember years ago on my many trips home to New Jersey passing by a Calvary scene poised on mountain top in Waterbury, Connecticut. How impressive it was, and … Continue reading
(NOTE: At a public dinner in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1816, Stephen Decatur, naval hero of the War of 1812, famously declared: “Our country! In her intercourse with foreign nations may she always be right; but our country right or wrong.” … Continue reading
CNA: Jim Harbaugh, coach of the San Francisco 49ers, recently completed a one-week mission trip to Piura, Peru, where he taught poor children about their Catholic faith and American football. This is the fifth consecutive year that Harbaugh – whose team … Continue reading
Catholic Lane: “We had a large extended family, and family has always been important to me. I have three of my own kids now, two boys and a girl, and there’s nothing more important than being a parent. You’re blessed … Continue reading
Very inspiring interview with a great Catholic pro football player. He was clutching his rosary beads during the interview. CNA: When a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame is talking, you expect to hear plenty of stories from his … Continue reading
“The thing that most people hear about that one is that a priest [Father Herbert Redmond of St. Francis Roman Catholic Church] stood in a Brooklyn pulpit that Sunday and said, “It’s too hot for a sermon. Just go home … Continue reading