This is a very powerful article that needs to be disseminated among those fighting the pro-life cause for the preborn. It could be a tool for waking up those who run away from the issue because of guilt or because … Continue reading
Here, now, is another clip of that same interview Archbishop Burke gave to Thomas McKenna, of Catholic Action for Faith and Family. The issue is abortion and voting. One of the many good things that can be said of this … Continue reading
During our sojourn in the Eternal City earlier this month, the Brothers had the pleasure of meeting Thomas McKenna and Jim Breen. Mr. McKenna told us about his work for the St. Gianna Physician’s Guild, an apostolate dedicated to restoring … Continue reading
Life News.com: The president of Planned Parenthood appeared on the Bill Press radio show today with an unconventional way for the government to save money. By sending more taxpayer dollars to the abortion business to pay for birth control, Planned … Continue reading
Madrid, Spain, Sep 10, 2010 / 10:10 pm (CNA).- Bishop Demetrio Fernandez of Cordoba in Spain said this week that with the increase in abortions, a mother’s womb “has become the most danger place for survival.” Read more here.
Most Catholic children, and not only those in California, swim in these cesspools for twelve years of their lives. They are all right in your neighborhood, in one institution, whose satanic tentacles take hold of the minds of children and … Continue reading
CNA reports: Writing to Catholics before Guam’s upcoming primary elections, Archbishop Anthony Apuron stressed to the country’s faithful that “a well-formed Christian conscience does not permit one to vote for a political program or an individual law that contradicts the … Continue reading
Zenit News: A culture without children and without elderly people is seriously warped and unable to function, says the president of the Italian Episcopal Conference. Read more from Cardinal Angelo Bagnasco’s evocative sermon here.
Catholic Exchange reports: “We’re very disappointed in our track record so far. We’ll try to do better.” Those repentant words are from CBS Television’s President Nina Tassler. And, no, she wasn’t apologizing to shareholders for a bad quarter. According to … Continue reading
Father Michael Rodriquez, who has been mentioned on this site before, was recently featured on a local television program in El Paso, Texas. The issue under discussion was Church teaching on Homosexuality. You can see the video here. Notice, if … Continue reading
Here is a clip from a Catholic TV interview of Neal with Father Lisante: And I said, “In your life, Pat, if there was one thing you could change, what would it be?” And Patricia Neal said, “Father, none of … Continue reading
Catholic Culture reports. Here’s a clip from Father Michael Rodriguez’ column in today’s El Paso paper: “I urge all of the Catholic faithful to treat homosexuals with love, understanding, and respect,” he added. “At the same time, never forget that … Continue reading
“Put not your faith in princes,” Scripture exhorts us. In our day and age it might be added, “Put not your faith in celebrities.” I say that on account of the case of Mel Gibson. Back when his movie The … Continue reading
In an informative article on “killer drones,” Nat Hentoff asks, “Where’s the accountability?” Where indeed. Modern warfare seems bent on shedding all ethical restraint, from the distinction between combatant and non-combatant, to the defining of clear objectives and exit strategy, … Continue reading
[The following is from The Framework of a Christian State by Rev. E. Cahill, S.J., Imprimi Potest: Eduardus, Archbishop of Dublin, May 23, 1932. Regarding the first part of this article, the subject is evidently very timely; read Johann Hari: … Continue reading