St. Louis Today.com Even the staunchest supporters of Archbishop Raymond Burke said he is divisive and controversial, but they also said Friday that it is his passion as a religious leader that matters most. “I respect that the archbishop stood … Continue reading
On the TFP’s web site, Michael Whitcraft has posted a brief and quite good article on the steady smear campaign against General Peter Pace. The lesson? When those who aggressively promote moral turpitude of the highest order feign the moral … Continue reading
Vatican, Jun. 23, 2008 (CWNews.com) – Fear of God is completely unlike the “existential fear” of modern man, Pope Benedict XVI (bio – news) told his midday audience on Sunday, June 22. The Holy Father observed that in the day’s … Continue reading
QUEBEC CITY, JUNE 19, 2008 (Zenit.org).- Many people have read about Cardinal Francis Xavier Nguyen Van Thuân’s faith in the Eucharist through his autobiographical writings. But participants at the International Eucharistic Congress got another perspective. Elizabeth Nguyen Thi Thu Hong, … Continue reading
Guadalajara, Jun 17, 2008 / 09:07 pm (CNA).- The Archbishop of Guadalajara, Cardinal Juan Sandoval Iniguez, has called on the faithful to reflect on the meaning of marriage as a sacrament in which the spouses promise before God to love … Continue reading
CWN Reports: Cardinal Lubomyr Husar of Kiev, the Major Archbishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Church– the largest of the Eastern Catholic churches– had offered the possibility that Byzantine Catholics might seek communion with the Ecumenical Patriarchate, without giving up their … Continue reading
This showman priest parades as a “Catholic” pastor with impunity. Because he fought against gangs and guns in the parish neighborhood and opposed an obscene billboard, one might think he’s OK. But he is not OK.
Clip from London Telegraph: “Her attachment to traditional Catholic values is as fierce as it is unapologetic. On the evening of our meeting, she is due to address an audience at the Brompton Oratory, bastion of the unreformed approach to … Continue reading
Washington DC, Jun 14, 2008 / 01:07 pm (CNA).- Tim Russert, host of NBC News’ “Meet the Press,” collapsed and died yesterday in a Washington newsroom – two short days after he attended the Pope’s General Audience on a family … Continue reading
Newsweek has an interesting article on the late Tim Russert, news host. Everyone had been speaking about his strong Catholic Faith, so his friend, Jon Meacham, an Episcopalian, focused on that in his eulogy.
From the London Telegraph Asked whether the Latin Mass would be celebrated in many ordinary parishes in future, Cardinal Castrillon said: “Not many parishes – all parishes. The Holy Father is offering this not only for the few groups who … Continue reading
Tarnow, Jun. 12, 2008 (CWNews.com) – A Polish volleyball star who was buried on June 9 is being compared by local Catholics to Blessed Gianna Beretta Molla because of her heroic sacrifice for her unborn child. Agata Mroz, who was … Continue reading
Hopefully so. Read the inspiring article here.
The American Spectator Joseph Lawler “In the dimming twilight of his presidency, George W. Bush finds himself with a 28 percent approval rating and few friends in high places. Today, however, he will revisit one of the most fascinating friendships … Continue reading
From Mail On Line World News “Andrea Gemma, 77, a bishop and once the Vatican’s top exorcist, told a magazine in Italy: ‘In Medjugorje everything happens in function of money: Pilgrimages, lodging houses, sale of trinkets. ‘This whole sham is … Continue reading