The Pillar: A plane touched down in Wichita, Kansas, Saturday afternoon, carrying the flag-draped casket of a Catholic priest who may one day be declared a saint, a decorated war hero who had received the Medal of Honor, his country’s … Continue reading
National Catholic Register, Matt Archbold: [His daughter] Svetlana, with the guidance of Father Garbolino, read books by Catholic authors and on Dec. 13, 1982, she converted to the Catholic faith. Svetlana wrote about her conversion: “Only now I understand the … Continue reading
The Coming Home Network, Jeff Shott: I was baptized Christmas Eve 2001. I was six years old, and my family was very active in our local Baptist church in Largo, FL. We were members of a homeschooling co-op group in our … Continue reading
Aleteia, Francisco Veneto: The story of five biological sisters who became nuns in a period of just 2 years has drawn attention in Spain, their home country. The family includes a total of 7 adult children — six sisters and … Continue reading
He could not forget it; she did not forget it. National Catholic Register, Chris Stefanick: You know, we should always watch our mouths because God is always listening. But have you ever let a curse fly out of your mouth … Continue reading
National Catholic Register, Regis Martin: There is a town in Bosnia-Herzegovina, I am told, which is part of the Balkan Peninsula, called Široki-Brijeg, where no one in living memory has ever been divorced. About 30,000 souls inhabit the place, nearly … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews,Jim Hale: Pope Benedict made Raymond Leo Burke “one of the princes of the Church, but now, due to the Covid virus, due to the medical protocols, he seems to be dying alone in a hospital in Minnesota, unable to … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, Jack Bingham: The Paralympics are set to start on August 24 in Tokyo, but American Paralympian Jenna Fesemyer says medals must take a backseat to “Glorifying Christ.” More here.
Catholic Exchange, Fr. Aloysius Roche: Someone said, “Good humor is nine-tenths of Christianity.” Of course it is not, nor anything like it. This is a “smart saying” whose value lies not in the saying but in the smartness. But a sense … Continue reading
The American Spectator, Robert Stacy McCain: ABC News published a story on Thursday headlined: “CDC mask decision followed stunning findings from Cape Cod beach outbreak.” The article by Anne Flaherty and Arielle Mitropoulos explained how more than 800 people — 74 percent … Continue reading
Sister Deirde Byrne, M.D., a retired U.S. Army officer and graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Medicine, said the push to force everyone to receive abortion-tainted COVID-19 shots ‘has a diabolic flavor to it.’ Report is here.
Community in Mission, Msgr. Charles Pope: In the Tokyo Olympics opening ceremonies, there was the sad spectacle of a children’s choir singing the John Lennon song, “Imagine.” While some just think of the song as “pretty” the radical atheist/globalist words … Continue reading
CNA, Blanca Ruiz: Sister Evelyn of the Child Jesus took her final vows as a cloistered Dominican nun at the Santo Domingo el Real monastery in Segovia, the community’s first vocation in almost 30 years. Story here.
CNA: In an abandoned mall on the outskirts of Beirut, an image of St. Thérèse of Lisieux hangs in the window of what was once a storefront. This former clothing store now serves as home for Christian refugees who have … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews: Joe Biden proposed extending public education to send children as young as three years old out of their homes as part of his “Build Back Better” agenda. On Wednesday, Biden tweeted, “12 years of education is no longer enough to … Continue reading