+UCatholic, Billy Ryan: The life of Joseph is one of the most well known biblical narratives in the Book of Genesis and the Bible in all, set around 1600 – 1700 BC in Canaan, modern day Palestine, Syria and Israel. … Continue reading
Church Miltant, Bradley Eli:The former head of the Vatican’s highest court is renewing his urgent call to consecrate Russia by name. Speaking at the Rome Life Forum on Wednesday, Cdl. Raymond Burke called for the Church to include the consecration of … Continue reading
Bishop Derio Olivero of Pinerolo literally kept repeating “I have a dream.” Of what? A heretical anti-church! Church Militant, Jules Gomes: Catholics desperate to return to Mass are accusing bishops of blackmailing them into an extended lockdown even after the … Continue reading
“I think, first of all, being an Italian American I’ve been exposed to the existence of Padre Pio for a long time and being raised a Catholic, it’s all part of the natural progression. Then, as it turns out, a … Continue reading
Catholic Herald, Charles Coulombe: One of the most dramatic episodes in history, the siege of the foreign legations in Beijing during the Boxer Rebellion in 1900, gave birth to an equally dramatic film, 55 Days at Peking. As thrilling a … Continue reading
Mary’s dowry, whence Angles are as angels. Crisis Magazine, Theo Howard: Pope Leo XIII famously prophesied, “When England returns to Walsingham, Our Lady will return to England.” We have signs of hope that this is beginning to take place. As … Continue reading
Catholic World Report, Patrick Egwu: In 1961, the same day Ireland opened its embassy in Lagos—the first in Africa—Irish bishops in Nigeria named St. Patrick as the country’s patron saint. Story is here.
Rest of World, Madj Al Waheidi: Mohammed Baraka was sitting at home one night in Gaza City after a long day at work, and he wanted fried chicken. The 32-year-old pulled out his phone and placed an order for a … Continue reading
+UCatholic, Billy Ryan: In historical texts, references to the crossbow were practically nonexistent in medieval Europe from the 5th century until the 10th century. The crossbow appeared in 947 during the siege of Senlis, in 984 at the siege of … Continue reading
FRN, Dr. Russell Baylock: “By wearing a mask, the exhaled viruses will not be able to escape and will concentrate in the nasal passages, enter the olfactory nerves and travel into the brain.” — Russell Blaylock, MD Full article is … Continue reading
The Christian Post, Brandon Showalter America’s longest-running game show donated nearly $100,000 to the largest abortion provider in the nation in a recent episode featuring drag queen RuPaul. More on this here.
Life Site News, John Henry Westen: In a bizarre story that seems so much like a conspiracy theory that you need to check it out for yourself, House Democrats have proposed a measure to fund tracing of individuals believed to … Continue reading
+uCatholic, Billy Ryan: Today, we consider Leonardo da Vinci’s painting of The Last Supper to be one of the greatest masterpieces of the Italian Renaissance polymath. However, that notion that da Vinci’s depiction of Christ announcing he would be betrayed … Continue reading
Is this China? Crux, Ines Martin: Aarón Cano, councilor for Citizen Protection of the Valencia City Council, called the opening of the basilica irresponsible and said he considered it an act carried out “with premeditation and treachery,” noting a television … Continue reading
And vaccines being tested use fetal parts of preborn babies. LifeSiteNews, Martin Bürger: California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, has claimed that his state will only get back to normal once a coronavirus vaccine has been developed. Report is here.