RJ Media: On Sunday, a Democratic representative — who also happens to have been a pastor for 37 years — gave an official prayer to open the 117th Congress. With great pomp and circumstance, he closed his prayer by invoking … Continue reading
CNA: A Catholic bishop in Nigeria, who was kidnapped on Sunday, has been released unharmed, according to the Archdiocese of Owerri. Report here.
CNA, Mary Farrow: What should you be doing right now? If the answer is “not reading this article,” you might want to keep going. If you’re reading this article because you’re distracting yourself from something that needs to be done, … Continue reading
CNA, Luis Acosta: The House of Representatives of Paraguay held one minute of silence for “the babies that will die” few hours after the Senate in neighboring Argentina legalized abortion. Report is here.
CNA: According to the Catholic outlet AsiaNews, headquartered in Rome, Bishop Andrea Han Jingtao, 99, a leader in the underground Catholic Church in China, died Dec. 30. Han Jingtao was the underground Bishop of Siping. In his early years growing … Continue reading
Complicit Clergy: HOLY Moly! The most globalist and interventionist Pope since the Crusades of the 12th century has formalised an alliance with the largest figures in global finance led by none other than that noble banking family, Rothschild. The new … Continue reading
Shots / Health News, Patti Neighmond: At the start of the pandemic, stores quickly sold out of disinfectant sprays and wipes. People were advised to wipe down their packages and the cans they bought at the grocery store. But scientists … Continue reading
National Catholic Register: Jesse Martinez, a COVID-19 patient who beat a fellow patient to death with an oxygen tank at Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster, will be arraigned on December 31st for murder, elder abuse, and religion-motivated hate crime, authorities … Continue reading
Spirit Daily: The bishops of Nigeria have urged prayer for the safety and release of a Nigerian Catholic bishop who was abducted Sunday in Owerri, the capital of Nigeria’s Imo State. Bishop Moses Chikwe “is said to have been kidnapped … Continue reading
Spirit Daily, Michael Brown: [Despite everything — perhaps because of everything — many had a beautiful Christmas experience. Quiet. With a small group of family members. Reflective, hopefully. And full of hope in the face of, and despite, an epidemiological “tsunami.” Remember that actual surge … Continue reading
The Ron Paul Institute: With apparently little else left to sanction in Syria, the United States is now going after Bashar al-Assad’s wife and even extended family members which have long resided in London. A Tuesday statement from Secretary of … Continue reading
LifeSiteNews, Michael Haynes: SDA (Secular Democrats of America) writes that now is the time to “advance constitutional secularism,” and that Biden should “counter” the “Christian nationalist movement” and the “religious right.” Calling for “constitutional secularism and the separation of church … Continue reading
National Catholic Register: Australia is celebrating the 10th anniversary this year of the canonization of the country’s first and only saint, St. Mary MacKillop. Article is here. There are more detailed articles of this uncompromising and (to the complacent enablers … Continue reading
Crisis, Patrick J. Walsh: The Pilgrims first sighted land off Cape Cod on November 9, 1620, after spending sixty-five days at sea. They rejoiced, singing Psalm 100, a traditional song of thanksgiving. But as William Bradford recorded in Of Plymouth Plantation, it … Continue reading
Crisis Magazine, Declan Leary: Amid an otherwise estimable analysis of the Pilgrims’ early years and legacy, Christopher Caldwell makes a common mistake in the Claremont Review of Books, describing Myles Standish not just as “brave, erudite, underhanded, and so diminutive that he … Continue reading