Category: News

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Alternative news sources for secular news. Here is a list of online news sources that don’t reheat the standard New-York-Times-CNN-BostonGlobe-HuffPo-etc-etc-approved version of what goes on in the world. We in no way endorse the editorial policies of these organizations, but neither could we do the same for the common media outlets.

St. Pius X Reformer of Canon Law

A new book, The Roman Church and Political Modernity, by ecclesiastical historian, Carlo Fantappié, explores the legal genius of the great anti-modernist pope in his defense of the liberty of the Church and his bringing her up to date as … Continue reading

New Book Exposes Myth about Overpopulation “As the very first line of Steven Mosher’s latest book reads, we have all grown up “on a poisonous diet of overpopulation propaganda.”Mosher’s book, Population Control-Real Costs, Illusory Benefits, is, first and foremost, an answer to the allegation that … Continue reading

Pope Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Humanae Vitae

Vatican, May. 12, 2008 ( – Humanae Vitae (doc), the landmark encyclical of Pope Paul VI “became a sign of contradiction” because it upheld the Church’s traditional condemnation of contraception, Pope Benedict XVI (bio – news) told a Roman audience … Continue reading

Kansas City Archbishop Bars Pro-Abortion Governor from Communion

Kansas, May. 9, 2008 ( – Archbishop Joseph Naumann of Kansas City has announced that Governor Kathleen Sebelius should not receive Communion because of her support for legal abortion. Read article here.

One Quarter of Poland’s High School Students Will Make Pilgrimage to Our Lady’s Shrine

CWN reports Warsaw, May. 6, 2008 ( – Roughly one-fourth of the students graduating from Polish high schools this year will make a pilgrimage to the Marian shrine at Czestochowa, the KAI news agency reports. About 125,000 students are expected … Continue reading