The Supreme Court of the United States has rejected another plea from religious Americans to restore their right to free exercise of religion, this time concerning a Christian florist in Richmond, Washington. Report is here.
CNA: Appearing alongside the Catholic Archbishop of New York, an elder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints this week highlighted instances of cooperation between the LDS church and the Catholic Church in the United States. More here.
CNA: Cardinal Charles Maung Bo of Yangon in Myanmar appealed for an end to violence on Sunday as thousands of civilians continue to flee their homes in the conflict-ridden Southeast Asian country. Report is here.
LifeSiteNews, Raymond Wolfe: A group of English nuns joined massive protests that engulfed London on Saturday, speaking out about deaths and other health complications after people have received “the so-called COVID-19 vaccines.” “We’re praying for 64 people who have died,” … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, Michael Haynes: Several U.S. cardinals and bishops have styled a proposed document on the Catholic Church’s teaching on the Eucharist and its administration to those in grave sin as “weaponization” and a political “tool,” with many stating that denying … Continue reading
CNN: Burger King said it would donate 40 cents to the Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBTQ civil rights organization in the US, for every Ch’King sandwich sold in June, “even on Sunday.” The announcement was meant as a shot … Continue reading
Community in Mission. Monsignor Charles Pope: As a further reflection in the wake of Corpus Christi Sunday, permit me to offer a reflection on the two great Eucharistic hymns of Benediction. I sometimes get requests for help in understanding the … Continue reading
Church POP: This is incredible! Twitter user Mark R. Miller posted an amazing and stirring story of a late cloistered Carmelite nun who had 10 children and 28 grandchildren. Miller explained that the nun was his mother, whom he only … Continue reading
CNA: Pope Francis declined on Thursday the resignation of Cardinal Reinhard Marx, offered to him last month. In a June 10 letter, the Pope asked the influential German cardinal to continue as archbishop of Munich and Freising. Report is here.
This unjust act is being looked upon as a harbinger of worse to come from Pope’s intent to restrict Summorum Pontificum. LifeNews, Jeanne Smits: Like a thunderbolt in a clear sky, the community of the Fraternity of Saint Peter (FSSP) … Continue reading
CNA: Pope Francis on Sunday urged the Norbertines to always keep their hearts open to others in a message marking the 900th anniversary of the foundation of the Abbey of Prémontré. In the message dated June 6, the pope traced … Continue reading
CNA: Speaking after his Angelus address on the day of the beatification, the pope said: “Today in Chiavenna, in the Diocese of Como, Sister Maria Laura Mainetti, of the Daughters of the Cross, who was killed 21 years ago by three … Continue reading
LifeNews: In this episode of The John-Henry Westen Show, I bring you breaking news from Trenton, New Jersey, where Bishop David M. O’Connell has been hospitalized for blood clots, just months after he was shown on a local newspaper taking and promoting the … Continue reading
LifeNews, Dorothy Cummings McLean:The United States Embassy to the Holy See is flying a colorful flag this month, but it’s not Old Glory. Today the U.S. Embassy to the Vatican announced over Twitter that it is celebrating “Pride Month” by … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, Pete Baklinski: A Catholic priest in Ontario is warning parents that Catholic school boards that voted to fly the pro-homosexual “Pride” flag at schools next month have become a danger to their children, and that they should consider alternative … Continue reading