The Remnant, Tess Mullins: In the beginning, SS commander Heinrich Himmler used Ravensbrück, the largest women’s-only concentration camp in the Third Reich, as a show camp. There were flowers in the window boxes, birdcages and a beautiful road lined with … Continue reading
National Catholic Register, Carrie Gress: For those who have seen “Unplanned,” Marilisa Carney (played by Emma Elle Roberts) is portrayed as the gentle, persistent and loving soul who befriends Abby Johnson, despite the enormous fence and the even bigger ideology … Continue reading
TFP, Lius Dafaur: How did the Holy House take off from its foundations and reappear intact about 2,000 miles away, where it remains to this day? Account is here.
CNA: “From Spain we received through extraordinary missionaries such as Pedro de Gante, Motolinia, Fray Juan de Zumárraga, and Tata Vasco de Quiroga, the greatest thing we Mexicans have, the true faith, faith in Jesus Christ, and therefore access to … Continue reading
AsiaNews:, Bernardo Cervellera:This morning, the Qianyang (Shaanxi) government razed the only parish in the city to the ground. A bulldozer reduced the two-story building to rubble under the supervision of a group of policemen. In the video sent to AsiaNews we … Continue reading
LifeNews, Micaiah Bilger: Pro-abortion politician Stacey Abrams slammed a Georgia bill as “evil” on Sunday because it protects unborn babies from abortion once their heartbeats are detectable. Abrams, who lost to pro-life Republican Gov. Brian Kemp in 2018, criticized pro-life … Continue reading
The Catholic Herald: “Christians must be missionaries. They cannot keep the treasure of the Faith for themselves. Mission and evangelization remain an urgent spiritual task. And as St. Paul says, every Christian should be able to say “If I proclaim … Continue reading
Voyage Comics & Publishing, Philip Kosloski: Karukoski said at the WonderCon panel, “Father Francis is a wonderful character. After his parents passed away, Father Francis, his Catholic priest, became his guardian and he was an amazing fellow and as we … Continue reading
Good article here. Short and very instructive. The Five Beasts, Reid Turner: After His triumphal entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday Jesus headed to the Temple, making a whip out of cords and driving out of the Temple area not … Continue reading
Aleteia, Larry Peterson: His name was Mariano Mullerat I Soldevila, and he was born on March 24, 1897, in Tarragona, Spain. He was the sixth of seven children and his parents, Ramon Mullerat and his wife, Bonaventura, were devout Catholics. … Continue reading
Aleteia, Brother Silas Henderson: On October 1, 1950, a 27-year-old man was executed in Paris for murdering a police officer during a botched robbery. Jacques Fesch, the murderer, was a victim of neglect by his parents and the isolation and … Continue reading
Aleteia, John Burger: “There was about this time Jesus, a wise man, if it be lawful to call him a man, for he was a doer of wonderful works,” he wrote in the year 93. Flavius Josephus is one of … Continue reading
Catholic Culture: Yale Law School has announced that it will not provide financial aid for student who take summer jobs at organizations that discriminate on the basis of “sexual orientation and gender identity and expression.” More here.
The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) has instructed the US bishops’ conference to investigate complaints that the designated-hitter rule in Major League Baseball might be “a violation of natural law.” In a document released on April 1—which … Continue reading
Aleteia, Philip Kosloski: While St. Francis is well known for his love of the poor and most vulnerable of society, he also had an intense love of Jesus in the Holy Eucharist. More here.