Andrew Cusak recently posted a brief, uplifting tribute to a great Catholic statesman: Paul Comtois of Québec. Lieutenant-gouverneur Comtois was a scandalously un-celebrated martyr for his love of Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament. No doubt, his lack of celebrity is … Continue reading
A Sketch of the life of Father Andrew White. As a follow-up to my previous column on the early history of Maryland, the colony, I would be remiss if I did not introduce our readers to the “apostle of Maryland,” … Continue reading
Once a month, a group of faithful Catholics from Saint Benedict Center go to Keene, New Hampshire, to pray in front of the Planned Parenthood clinic there. While it’s not a “kill mill” in the strict sense — they do … Continue reading
We reported earlier on the supposed “constitutional crisis” that occasioned progressivists in Luxembourg to call for the removal of Grand Duke Henri’s powers as that nation’s monarch. Writing for The Remnant, Brian McCall tells us that the liberals had their … Continue reading
Professor Robert McElvaine is the Elizabeth Chisholm Professor of Arts & Letters at Millsaps College, an author, and is known for his anti-Christian diatribes. He is a blogger on Huffington Post, writes for numerous other liberal outlets, and is a giddy … Continue reading
Legitimizing perversity is a fetish for some legislators. New Hampshire House Bill 415, dubbed by conservatives, “the Bathroom Bill,” is an effort to protect the rights of people who voluntarily mutilate themselves in the futile pretense that they have changed … Continue reading
The colony of Maryland, founded in 1632 as a refuge for Catholics, is not named after Mary Stuart or Mary Tudor, no, not even Our Lady, but it is named after the wife of Charles I, the king who granted … Continue reading
This bill could require pastors to perform “gay marriages.” Read the bill text for yourself and ask your State Representative(s) to vote against it. To find your representatives’ names, go here, and then put their names/addresses into http://www.411.com/ to get … Continue reading
Did you know that one of the U.S. Navy destroyers was named in honor of a Catholic priest? Yes, the USS Schmitt, which served our country from 1943-1967, was named for Navy chaplain, Lieutenant Aloysius Schmitt. In 1942 the chaplain … Continue reading
The February-March Catholic America Tour finishes on Tuesday, March 11, in Riverdale, New Jersey. We are happy to be hosted by the mayor of Riverdale, a long-time friend, Mr. William Budesheim. For further information about the talk — which we … Continue reading
In today’s Human Life International e-mail newsletter, Father Thomas Euteneuer writes a scathing indictment of Senator Brownback for approving Governor Sebelius’s nomination as secretary of Health and Human Services. “I am not a politician,” he writes, “I am a priest.
Another “Catholic” theology professor from Boston College also signed the letter, the feminist writer Lisa Sowle Cahill, past president of the Catholic Theological Society of America. This woman, in an October 16, 2008, article for the National Catholic Reporter, excoriated … Continue reading
While we have been on the road with the Catholic America Tour, a new opportunity has come our way. The talk in Washington D.C. is anounced on our CAT web site, with all the pertinent details. If you are in … Continue reading
A question often arises among inquiring Catholics whether or not canonizations and beatifications fall under the mantle of papal infallibility. Theologian Camillo Beccari (I would assume that he is a priest although there’s no indication in the signature) contributed an … Continue reading
From Challenge of Faith 1. The issue of salvation is faith in God — Incarnate. The Church must reach the Moslems with this message, even if it has to pay the price it paid to convert the Roman world.