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.
The Guardian, Rutger Bregman: For centuries western culture has been permeated by the idea that humans are selfish creatures. That cynical image of humanity has been proclaimed in films and novels, history books and scientific research. But in the last … Continue reading
CNA, Perry West: A young Catholic artist has drawn an image of the Blessed Virgin Mary on her parents’ driveway bringing religious art to her local community during the quarantine. More here with pictures.
Prayer Request from Brian Kelly: Please pray for my aunt, Sister Mary Susan Boyle, Sister of Charity, age 90, my mother’s sister. She just died some minutes ago. She recently had Extreme Unction. The sister of Father Flanagan of Boys … Continue reading
Thank God this young man kept a journal. It ought to be required reading in every Catholic school CNA, Hannah Brockhaus: Pope Francis Wednesday advanced the sainthood causes of five men and women, including an Italian teenager who died of … Continue reading
Edward Pentin’s blog The respected Catholic historian John Rao has written the following incisive reflection on the coronavirus pandemic which places much of the current disturbing situation in context. For many years, Dr. Rao, who is associate professor of history … Continue reading
National Catholic Register, Matt Archbold: The testimony of others really does make a difference. Tom Monaghan, the found of Ave Maria University, had lapsed into a nominal practice of his religion as a young man. When he read that Shula … Continue reading
NYTimes, Mike Baker: In his decades of beekeeping, Ted McFall had never seen anything like it. As he pulled his truck up to check on a group of hives near Custer, Wash., in November, he could spot from the window … Continue reading
Crisis, Charles Coulombe: The Church was certainly divided during the American Civil War—Father Abram Ryan was both a Confederate chaplain and the “poet-priest of the South,” while Father John Ireland was a Union chaplain and, later, the key leader of … Continue reading
Catholic Herald, Simon Caldwell: Elderly people are being left to die in Britain’s nursing homes instead of being offered care in hospitals, said a priest and former surgeon. Fr Patrick Pullicino volunteered to return to the National Health Service to … Continue reading
“Seek not the things that are too high for thee, and search not into things above thy ability: but the things that God hath commanded thee, think on them always, and in many of his works be not curious.” (Ecclesiasticus 3:22) Community in Mission, Monsignor Pope”: In the … Continue reading
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ChurchMilitant, Martina Moyski: Critics are slamming Michigan’s Democrat governor for extolling abortion as “life-sustaining.” In a recent interview with David Axelrod, former senior advisor to Barack Obama, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer elaborated on her pro-abortion stance. “A woman’s health care, her whole future, her … Continue reading
Washington Free Beacon, Yuichiro Kakutani: At first glance, Las Vegas Public Radio (LVPR) looks like any other local FM radio station. It has local community sponsors, vaguely right-wing talk show hosts, and a website begging for a makeover. But there’s … Continue reading