National Catholic Register: Vatican Cardinal Robert Sarah said Thursday that the West must wake up to the threat of Islamism after three people were killed at a French church by an attacker shouting “Allahu Akbar.” The Guinean cardinal wrote on … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews: Three nuns from the Children of Mary religious community have become overnight internet sensations after they were positioned behind the podium at a rally for President Donald Trump in Circleville, Ohio on October 25. Two of the fully habited nuns were holding up rosaries and … Continue reading
Catholic Family News: Just this morning, Bergoglio has announced the creation of 13 new cardinals (of whom 9 are electors). They are all ultra-Bergoglians. The hasty announcement at this moment, right on the eve of the US election, is significant: … Continue reading
Catholic Family News: As each of us has probably understood, we find ourselves in an historical moment in time; events of the past, which once seemed disconnected, prove now to be unequivocally connected, both in the principles that inspire them … Continue reading
CNA: Several religious statues— including two of Mary and one of Christ— outside Catholic churches were damaged in overnight attacks earlier this week, the latest of numerous acts of vandalism on Catholic churches and art this year in the US. … Continue reading
LifeNews, Micaiah Bilger: Janice Dean is leading the call for accountability from New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo after his order requiring nursing homes to take COVID-19 patients exposed elderly, vulnerable people to the virus. Dean, a senior meteorologist at Fox … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò: “A pronouncement by the bishops against Bergoglio on a question like homosexuality could potentially lead civil authority to prosecute them criminally, with the approval of the Vatican.” Full article is here.
Crux: Catholicism’s most prominent voice on China has defined a recent talk by Italian Cardinal Pietro Parolin, the Vatican’s Secretary of State, laying out the reasons for renewing a controversial 2018 deal on the appointment of bishops, as “sickening,” and … Continue reading
His Imperial Royal Highness Imre von Habsburg-Lothringen, archduke of Austria and his American wife Kathleen married before Monsignor Charles Pope in Washington DC. National Catholic Register, K.V. Hurley: Sometimes it is hard to believe that saints were once flesh and blood: … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, John Henry Westin: Last week Bishop Athanasius Schneider laid out an ‘apocalypse’ scenario regarding forced global vaccines derived from aborted babies. Bishop Schneider told LifeSite should there be a mandatory global vaccine for coronavirus derived from cell lines from … Continue reading
CNA: In a documentary that premiered Wednesday in Rome, Pope Francis called for the passage of civil union laws for same-sex couples, departing from the position of the Vatican’s doctrinal office and the pope’s predecessors on the issue. Report is … Continue reading
The Daily Caller, Peter Hasson: Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden pledged again on Friday to sign the Equality Act, which would force public schools to allow biological males who identify as transgender girls into female athletics. Report is here.
CNA, Perry West: At a Mass on Monday said in thanksgiving for the cause for canonization of the martyrs of Spanish colonial Florida, the Bishop of Pensacola-Tallahassee emphasized that martyrs were not just in the Old World, but in what … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, John-Henry Westen: He encouraged faithful Catholics to soldier up. “With the unction of Confirmation, a Catholic becomes a soldier of Christ,” he said, warning that a “soldier who does not fight for his King but allies himself with the … Continue reading
Lepanto Institute, Michael Hichborn: The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) through the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) are funding an organized and direct effort to elect former vice president Joe Biden as the next president of the … Continue reading