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
Aleteia, J.P. Mauro: Jim Caviezel recently awed us with what may be the greatest Catholic address of the 21st century. The impassioned speech to FOCUS’ leadership summit came after the famed star of The Passion of the Christ took on the role of St. … Continue reading
Catholic Culture, Phil Lawler: My friend Jim dropped by on a Sunday afternoon to let me know that Phil Crotty had died. We spent a few minutes swapping stories about Phil—who was a memorable man—and I found myself wondering why, … Continue reading
Aleteia, Peter Kosloski: Born in the Visayan Islands of the Philippines during the 17th century, Pedro Calungsod eventually traveled to Guam, where his zeal for the Christian faith was put to good use. He was willing to do anything to … Continue reading
National Catholic Register, Derya Little: “Shedding the blood of a few children for the unity and prosperity of the state was a small price to pay.” Review is here.
AsiaNews, Bernardo Cervellera: Msgr. Vincenzo Guo Xijin, auxiliary bishop of Mindong (Fujian), is willing to suffer persecution along with other underground priests, rather than join the Patriotic Association (PA) or force his priests to join. This has been confirmed to AsiaNews … Continue reading
The Remnant posted this six years ago. I just noticed it in their news archives. Huff Post, Noel Irwin Hentschel: Mystical political drama and theological intrigue grows as Oct. 13, 2013, approaches and the pope prepares the way for true … Continue reading
The American Catholic, Donald McClarey: Leave it to the New York Times to get all misty-eyed and nostalgic for the Gulag: The New York Times is still trying to refurbish the thuggish reputation of the Communist regime of East Germany, once part … Continue reading
Aleteia, Matthew Green and Dolors Massot he community of Benedictine monks in Montserrat, Spain, spent four years without receiving any new members. But recently that changed with the entry of an unusual candidate: David Valls, a 57-year-old former high-level executive … Continue reading
CNA: The Ecuadorian bishops’ conference expressed Thursday their rejection of the recognition of same-sex marriage by the Constitutional Court, and recalled that a marriage is comprised of one man and one woman. Report is here.
Ignitum Today, Dr Matthew Tan: Someone once told me that in order to be Catholic, one had better conform. Maybe he was not aware of it, but implicit in that argument was the idea that salvation is dependent upon sameness. … Continue reading