Religion in America compared with Religion in Europe: Vatican officials tend to see the United States as a bulwark against secularism, especially in contrast with contemporary realities in Western Europe. Despite the fact that one can certainly find strong pockets … Continue reading
Let’s start from square one: I believe my religion is the true one — the one that came from, well, you know, God. If I am a logical person, I believe that other folks’ religions are not true (at least … Continue reading
This spewer of new age garbage is hugely promoted by the media. His mug is familiar to anyone who has nothing better to do than surf television channels, as his seminars are broadcast all over the English speaking world, practically … Continue reading
Maybe this was a humanitarian mission, to prevent wreckage from a dead satellite from littering a 100 mile swath. Perhaps the environmental aspect was the reason, as it was supposed to contain deadly fuel. Or, maybe it was a statement … Continue reading
(CWN) Pope Benedict delivered a stern, no-nonsense message to Jesuit leaders on February 21. The CWN coverage of the Pope’s talk was not terribly different from the accounts carried here and here and even here.
Reach under your seats and find… a new pantheistic religion! From Whispers in the Loggia: Oprah Winfrey will be letting out all the stops on her XM Satellite Radio program this coming year. Beginning January 1, 2008, “Oprah & Friends” … Continue reading
By Hillary White US, February 21, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – At the same time that news has come out that the Toronto Catholic School board has refused to participate in pro-homosexual activities, homosexual activists are making significant inroads in US schools, … Continue reading
Internationalist social engineers manufacture a country and give it a constitution defiant, to its very core, of the natural law. NEW YORK, February 20, 2008 (C-FAM.org) – On Sunday, the province of Kosovo declared independence from Serbia and now has … Continue reading
From Pope Benedict XVI’s Letter to the Cuban Bishops: To announce true doctrine, to begin listening to and deepening one’s understanding of the word of God, to promote participation in the sacraments and foster a life of prayer are primary … Continue reading
It’s just to be expected, I suppose. Yet it never ceases to amaze me how far the liberals will go in their retreat from the Church Militant to the church milquetoast. In the last sentence of the following clip from … Continue reading
What Russian President Vladimir Putin calls a “new arms race” could be just the beginning. With former Soviet Block countries on Russia’s border discussing membership in NATO, Putin, allied with China and Iran, has threatened to aim nuclear warheads at … Continue reading
Manuel Lozano Garrido was declared venerable last December. An astounding miraculous cure has just been attributed to him which leaves no question about his intercessory power. Know as “Lolo,” Manuel was especially devoted to the Holy Eucharist. A brief sketch … Continue reading
At the end of their General Congregation, the Holy Father gently pressed the issues upon which Jesuits have not exactly been conspicuous for their obedience, issues called elsewhere by the Holy Father, “those neuralgic points of doctrine under heavy attack … Continue reading
Mexico City, Feb. 20, 2008 (CWNews.com) – ABC newspaper reports that 20 homosexual activists from three different gay-rights organizations in Monterrey, Mexico, have asked immigration authorities to expel Spanish psychiatrist Aquilino Polaino for teaching that homosexuality is a sickness. A … Continue reading
The news report below, from Catholic World News, reports on the request of Parisian traditionalists for a “personal parish.” Towards the bottom, the Institutes’s growth is detailed.