Yes, resign. You are overpaid as it is. $184,111 a year! CNA: Both the Bishop of Spokane and the leader of a Washington state Catholic Charities organization have spoken out about a controversial video in which the charity leader said … Continue reading
CNA, Christine Rousselle:The city of Somerville, Massachusetts, has broadened its definition of domestic partnership to give polyamorous relationships the same rights as a married couple. Someone who is polyamorous is in a relationship with more than one domestic partner. Report … Continue reading
Aleteia, J.P. Mauro: Standing as a symbol of the enduring faith of Nigeria’s Catholic community, the Jesus de Greatest statue is the largest image of Christ on the African continent. Measuring 28 feet tall and weighing in at 40 tons, the statue has … Continue reading
Life News, Micaiah Bilger: The Center for Medical Progress released horrific new video footage Tuesday showing a Planned Parenthood partner admitting that body parts were harvested from aborted babies who still had beating hearts. The video exposes the testimonies of several … Continue reading
The Rosary Magazine, Rosaleen O’Neil: The Irish Dominicans hold an honorable place in the list of Ireland’s martyrs, even as they do in that of her apostles. God alone knows how many of them suffered for the faith. The names … Continue reading
National Review, Ion Mihai Pacepa: History often repeats itself, and if you have lived two lives, as I have done, you have a good chance of seeing the reenactment with your own eyes. Liberation theology, of which not much has … Continue reading
Crisis, Charles Coulombe: When the attacks—legal and otherwise—on Confederate monuments and heritage began to ramp up, I warned in various venues that it would not stop there. And, of course, such disparate characters as Kate Smith and Columbus followed in … Continue reading
Ventura, California, where the events you’ll read below happened, was founded by Saint Junipero Serra as mission San Buenaventura. Obscenities, lies from nameless antagonists, lies, lies, and more lies. Police observe from patrol cars. Here is a typical lie: “Another … Continue reading
The Catholic Thing, Robert Royal: Chief Seattle, who gave his name to the currently troubled city in the State of Washington, was pure Native American (father Suquamish, mother Duwamish). A mighty warrior, he essentially eliminated the rival Chimakum tribe in … Continue reading
Spirit Daily, La Croix: The Catholic Church in France will ordain 126 new priests this year, one more than in 2019, but upwards of 60% of the country’s 93 dioceses will have no ordinations at all. More here.
The only source I have for this is secular and anti-Catholic, so I beg your pardon. In answer to our biased source KMOX Radio, Saint Louis was hardly singular in burning the Talmud. From the time it was first published … Continue reading
This is a horror story. Three Italian Catholic girls become satanists. They lure their catechism teacher to a park trying to stab her 18 times, six times each (666). The dying nun whose order took care of juvenile delinquents prayed for … Continue reading
Agenzia Fides: “Now in Aleppo everyone says: we were better off under the bombs”. This is how Joseph Tobji, Maronite Archbishop of Aleppo, photographs the feelings among the population of the Syrian metropolis, on the day when the umpteenth economic … Continue reading
HornNews: Jean Kennedy Smith, the last surviving sibling of President John F. Kennedy and a former ambassador to Ireland, died Wednesday, her nephew confirmed. She was 92. More here.
The Catholic World Report, George Weigle: The first two sentences of Audrey Donnithorne’s autobiography, China in Life’s Foreground, suggest something of her character, independence of mind, and dry sense of humor: I am an Overseas Brit and a Sichuan country girl. … Continue reading