Get Religion, Terry Mattingly: What made Creole chef Leah Chase so unique? There’s at least two ways to look at that question. You can ask, “What made her famous at the national level?” Fame is important, especially a person’s life … Continue reading
ChurchMilitant: Eight years after finding a shattered statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary next to a dumpster in Grand Rapids, Michigan, thousands of Catholics process it through the streets of Chicago as a beacon of hope. On Friday, several thousand people processed … Continue reading
Charlotte Was Both, Amy Welborn:: Men of Galilee, why are you standing here looking at the sky? No matter what the current structure of the American episcopacy tells us, today is Ascension Thursday. Sorry. It just is. That question up there is from … Continue reading
CNSNews, Michael W. Chapman: On Tuesday, May 21, Brazil’s conservative President Jair Bolsonaro participated in a ceremony at the presidential palace where government officials, clergy, and two bishops consecrated Brazil — the largest country in South America with 135 million … Continue reading
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TFP, Plinio Maria Solimeo: The CNA quoted [Officer Mark] Byington. “Jesus is the shepherd, but we’re not the sheep. We’re the sheepdogs. What we’re called to is service to protect His sheep.” Article is here.
No, not from the original TV show way back when. But from 1994 movie “The Little Rascals”. Alfalfa was played by Bug Hall and Porky by Zak Mabry. The latter is a very serious Catholic; see his website link in … Continue reading
Catholic Herald, Matthew R. Bahar: It was 1715 and a tribal people were preparing to assist in restoring Britain’s exiled Royal House of Stuart, sharpening tomahawks, covering themselves in war paint and raising sails on ships built to the highest … Continue reading
This is a woman who should be known throughout the Church, especially in America. She is our own Saint Maria Goretti. Return to Order, Norman Fulkerson: Monday, November 19, 2018, might have seemed like a normal day for Jamie Schmidt. … Continue reading
February is certainly presidents’ month, given that Washington, Lincoln, and Reagan — arguably three of our most impressive — were all born at this time. Given the current and ongoing attacks against the current holder of the office — and … Continue reading
My condolences to Greg over the Rams’ loss last night to the Patriots. Not a great game at all, although the Pats defense was superb. Zuerline had the only score for the Rams a booming 53 yard field goal. National Catholic … Continue reading
CNA,, Courtney Grogan: Miraculous events have shaped Friar Juan Maria Crisostomo’s life to bring him to the radical poverty and simplicity of his vocation as a Little Friar of Jesus and Mary. Story is here.
Return to Order, Ben Broussard: “I had given [a report] to Your Highnesses about the lands of India and about a prince who is called ‘Grand Khan,’. . .how he had sent to Rome to ask for men learned in … Continue reading
CNA: Emma Morosini has been called the “pilgrim grandmother.” Earlier this year, at the age of 94, she earned that nickname by concluding a 570-mile walking pilgrimage in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Her 40-day pilgrimage took Morosini from … Continue reading