With the terrible events of this past weekend, which witnessed mass shootings in both Dayton and El Paso, the media-consuming public is being subject to any number of diagnoses from activists, journalists, social scientists, and others, especially Democratic candidates for … Continue reading
You may have missed the news because the leftwing mainstream media pretty much buried it, but a Gallup poll conducted last month showed that more than any other issue Americans identify immigration as the number one problem facing the U.S. … Continue reading
CNA, Perry West: Small business owners, laborers, and job-seekers in Minnesota can now connect with fellow Catholics using modern technology- a website and social network – and a very ancient concept – a guild. Read about it here.
CatholicPhilly.com, Catherine Sheehan: A woman who spent 20 years imprisoned in China for being a faithful Catholic has helped hundreds of Chinese migrants convert to the faith in Australia. Story is here.
ChurchMilitant, Jules Gomez Over 30 town councils in Poland declared themselves “free from LGBT ideology” after anti-Catholic LGBT parades blasphemed the Blessed Sacrament and the icon of the Black Madonna and Warsaw’s mayor signed a pro-LGBT declaration in February calling for gay … Continue reading
LifeNews, Michaiah Bilger: With the faith of a child, young Jack Thimons began a campaign to change the heart of pro-abortion New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo through prayer and fasting. More here.
A couple of weeks ago President Trump formally launched his campaign for reelection and the crowded field of Democrats seeking their party’s presidential nomination have had their first television debate. Election year 2020 is upon us. That makes this a … Continue reading
CNA, Mary Rezak: Dog walkers, bike riders, joggers, and Catholics priests hearing confession – most of these things you can find in any given park on any given summer day. But one of these things is not like the others. … Continue reading
More information is coming out about Jason Marshall, a late vocation. One fellow seminarian noted that he was first in the chapel in the morning and last to leave. CNA, Mary Farrow: After a bus crashed on its way back … Continue reading
New Liturgical Movement, Gregory Dipippo: Every year around the feast of Corpus Christi, videos of this sort pop up on Facebook and elsewhere; here are a few of the more interesting ones I have spotted recently, starting with some footage … Continue reading
Denver Catholic, Mary Beth Bonacci: I saw my friend Shelly the other day, for the first time in 28 years. Back in the day, she was Shelly Pennefather, basketball phenomenon. She led Denver’s Bishop Machebeuf High School’s women’s basketball team … Continue reading
CNA, Jenny Uebbing: “When you work in the church as I did [Allison DeVine], in various Christian denominations all my life, you already know about everything that goes on behind closed doors,” she said. “Nothing shocked us. The difference is, … Continue reading
Catholic Culture, Phil Lawler: My friend Jim dropped by on a Sunday afternoon to let me know that Phil Crotty had died. We spent a few minutes swapping stories about Phil—who was a memorable man—and I found myself wondering why, … Continue reading
Aleteia, Peter Kosloski: Born in the Visayan Islands of the Philippines during the 17th century, Pedro Calungsod eventually traveled to Guam, where his zeal for the Christian faith was put to good use. He was willing to do anything to … Continue reading
Aleteia, Matthew Green and Dolors Massot he community of Benedictine monks in Montserrat, Spain, spent four years without receiving any new members. But recently that changed with the entry of an unusual candidate: David Valls, a 57-year-old former high-level executive … Continue reading