L’Espresso, Sandro Magister: “I have decided not to go to the ceremony even if they come to get me with a gurney. I am a man and not a monkey that performs however someone else wants. I had thought of … Continue reading
National Catholic Register, Carrie Gress: This 4th of July it seems appropriate to look at one of the great contributors to American Independence. Polish-born General Tadeusz Kościuszko is no stranger to history buffs, but to many Americans today his contribution … Continue reading
Catholic World Report, Bradley J. Birzer: Natural law, common law, natural rights, and localism—all so dear to the Founding—existed in 1776, simply put, because of the Catholic Church. Article is here.
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
California Catholic Daily: Father Andrew Bartus is a member of the expanding ordinariate of pastors in Southern California and Orange County. But there is nothing ordinary about the 36-year-old priest. He is married, has four children and a day job … Continue reading
CNA: An Ikea worker in Poland has filed a lawsuit after being fired last week for posting Bible verses opposing homosexual behavior on the company’s intranet. Report is here.
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
That’s what I was told by a representative of Ken’s Foods after having inquired as to the ingredients they use in their natural flavors for their salad dressing. When you check out information about natural flavoring you find out its … 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
CNA: The highest civil court in France has ordered that food and water may be removed from a severely disabled man, who has been artificially fed and hydrated in a hospital in the country for over 10 years. Report is … Continue reading
Catholic Culture: The Vatican guidelines, made public January 28, observe that although government policies vary in different Chinese jurisdiction, registration “requires, almost invariably, the signing of a document in which, notwithstanding the commitment assumed by the Chinese authorities to respect … Continue reading
TFP Joseph Ferrara : I am a volunteer for the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP), I have been privileged to hear testimonies of many miraculous interventions of grace in the lives of countless souls. One … Continue reading
The Remnant, Hilary White: I suppose most of the Remnant’s audience will not be under any illusions about the health of the Church in “traditionally Catholic” Italy. But I wonder if people know in detail how bad it really is. … Continue reading