The Pillar, Diocese of La Crosse: “And now they are whining, like, if I may say so, like the pansy babies that they are, to cancel me….Allegedly because I’m divisive, as they like to say, or as the bishop has … Continue reading
CBS Local: Bishop Michael Barber of the Oakland Diocese was robbed over the weekend at gunpoint as he was on his afternoon walk, saying his rosary, near the Paramount Theater, church officials confirmed on Tuesday. More here.
LifeNews, Micaiah Bilger: A Wisconsin priest who attracted national controversy for telling Catholics to reject the Democratic Party because of its radical pro-abortion stance said he will challenge his bishop’s request to resign. On Sunday, Father James Altman, the priest … Continue reading
LifeNews: One week after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced it was investigating heart inflammation in recently vaccinated young adults, Connecticut reported 18 new cases of heart problems among teens who had received a COVID vaccine. Report … Continue reading
CNA, Joe Bukuras: Six days a week on busy Washington Street in Norwood, Massachusetts, Catholic barber Elias Elsayah can be found clipping hair and changing lives. Now a barber for eight years, Elsayah converts the hearts of many with his … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews: Pope Francis appeared on the giant screen of the “Vax Live” concert aired online last Saturday, giving a five-minute message in Spanish to plead for an “internationalism of vaccines” together with a “new solidarity” in order to heal our … Continue reading
CNA: The Louisiana state legislature last week passed a resolution recognizing Jan. 22, 2022, the 49th anniversary of legalized abortion throughout the United States, as a “Day of Tears.” “This week we passed a resolution calling for a Day of … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, Pete Baklinski:The Vatican is warning the United States’ top bishop that a forthcoming policy on giving Holy Communion to pro-abortion politicians who call themselves Catholic, such as President Joe Biden, may become a “source of discord” for the country’s … Continue reading
From Yahoo: Gas stations along the U.S. East Coast are beginning to run out of fuel as North America’s biggest petroleum pipeline races to recover from a paralyzing cyberattack that has kept it shut for days. Report is here.
National Catholic Register, Joan Frawley Desmond: When Franciscan Oblate Sister of the Sacred Heart Bernadette Moriau made the roundtrip journey for her 2008 Lourdes pilgrimage, she was transported from her French convent in an “ambulance” train car designated for the … Continue reading
ChurchPop, Georgette Bechara: “I clearly foresee that raging beasts will come in fury to tear to pieces with their diabolical teeth this little book and the one the Holy Spirit made use of to write it, or they will cause … Continue reading
Asia News: Charles de Foucauld, the apostle of the desert, will be proclaimed saint, the “universal brother” indicated by Pope Francis in the encyclical Fratelli tutti as heir to the legacy and dream of Francis of Assisi. More here.
And one mosque appears at the same time. CNA, Solene Tadie: One religious building is disappearing in France every two weeks. That is the conclusion of Edouard de Lamaze, president of the Observatoire du patrimoine religieux (Observatory of Religious Heritage) in … Continue reading
CNA: A former altar boy with close family ties to a former Catholic parish in Akron, Ohio, now has a different connection to the church’s edifice: he owns it. Read account here.
LifeSiteNews, Dorothy Cummings McLean: A priest who argued that the LGBT “pride” flag does not reflect the Catholic faith has been asked to leave his diocese. But it was his approach to the pandemic, not his bishop’s support for the … Continue reading