Category: News

Enrico Maria Radaelli has a New Book

Ingresso alla bellezza [Entryway to beauty], is the new offering of this ought-to-be-well-known disciple of Romano Amerio. From Sandro Magister: The central thesis of “Ingresso alla bellezza” is that the Son of God does not have only one “name,” but two. … Continue reading

More on John Sharpe, E. Michael Jones, and the Catholic University Episode

This entry comes from Diogenes, the sometimes mirthful, sometimes sardonic commentator at Catholic World News: In San Antonio, devout Catholics complained to the archbishop when St. Mary’s University hosted a campaign rally for Senator Hillary Clinton. Clinton’s support for abortion, … Continue reading

Archbishop José Gomez Censures Hilary Rally

Archbishop José Gomez, the archbishop of San Antonio, Texas, takes issue with Senator Hilary Clinton speaking at St. Mary’s University, a Catholic institution. In an official message from the communications office of the archdiocese, Archbishop Gomez said, “I was surprised … Continue reading

Pio Nono at Gaeta

Blessed Pius IX, exiled in Gaeta by the liberal Italian Revolution, made the decision to define the dogma of the Blessed Virgin’s Immaculate Conception. According to a CNA report, here’s “the rest of the story”:

Catholic University Pulls Lectures Because of SPLC

The Southern Poverty Law Center is at it again. This time, the PC police have dragooned Catholic University into dropping lectures by two Catholic men who were discussing the topic of “Catholic Communities.” One of those men is our friend, … Continue reading

Exorcisms on the Rise

This, from the Washington Post: Rev. Gabriele Amorth, 82, who performs exorcisms daily in Rome and is dean of Europe’s corps of demon-battling priests. “People don’t pray anymore, they don’t go to church, they don’t go to confession. The devil … Continue reading

Conservative rabbis ‘dismayed’ over Catholic prayer

Reuters brings us this piece about the reaction of Conservative Rabbis to the new Good Friday prayer. (Infobit: Conservative Judaism, or Masorti Judaism is a movement in Jewry, started in Germany, which reacted against the more radical liberalism of the … Continue reading

Human Stem Cell Tests Planned Within Months

Here is some information from on how things are progressing with stem cell research, specifically on human testing of the end stem cells. I wonder if the FDA will give the thumbs up?

Hillel Halkin on the Good Friday Prayer

Not all Jewish commentators are criticizing the new prayer. Take, for example, Hillel Halkin: I must say that I find 21st century Jewish protests against such prayers, or other expressions of the Christian wish that Jews convert to Christianity, amusing.