PhilstarGlobal: At least 27 people were killed when two bombs hit a cathedral in Jolo, Sulu, the military said Sunday, days after voters backed the creation of a new Muslim autonomous region. The first explosion occurred inside the Cathedral of … Continue reading
LiveAction, Nancy Flanders: Pro-abortion state governments in the U.S. are lining up to legalize abortion on demand out of fear that Roe v. Wade will be overturned. Vermont legislatures aren’t wasting any time pushing a bill to “recognize as a fundamental right the freedom of … Continue reading
Rorate Caeli: On January 20, 1793, the National Convention condemned Louis XVI to death, his execution scheduled for the next day. Louis spent that evening saying goodbye to his wife and children. The following day, January 21, dawned cold and wet. Louis … Continue reading
Catholic Answers, Eric Sammons: I entered college as a fresh-faced, enthusiastic evangelical Protestant. I was eager to change the world for Christ. At my large public university, many campus groups offered ways to fulfill those plans. My freshmen year I … Continue reading
National Catholic Register, Patrick Reilly: “What we lament and find sadly lacking in this choice by the student group is any reflection of what should be an environment of morality, ethics and human decency that one expects on a campus … Continue reading
CNA,, Courtney Grogan: Miraculous events have shaped Friar Juan Maria Crisostomo’s life to bring him to the radical poverty and simplicity of his vocation as a Little Friar of Jesus and Mary. Story is here.
AsiaNews: The Pakistani Supreme Court has set a hearing date for the petition to review the acquittal of Asia Bibi, reports the national newspaper Dawn. The case of the Christian mother, condemned to death for blasphemy in 2009, acquitted at the end of October … Continue reading
Catholic Culture: Bishop Joseph Ma Yinglin of Kunming, in turn, pledged to “continue to make greater and better progress on the path of the development of Sinicization for gaining a satisfactory result for the 70th anniversary of the founding of … Continue reading
Catholic Culture: Bishop Rick Stika of Knoxville, Tennessee, said on his Twitter account that he would excommunicate a governor who supported legislation similar to the bill recently enacted in New York, and he “might do it for any Catholic legislator under … Continue reading
AsiaNews, Father Peter: I remember what Cardinal Joseph Zen (Chen Ri Jun) said: if the Holy See and the Chinese government really reach an agreement, allowing illegitimate bishops to lead their dioceses, the priests of the unofficial Church could freely follow … Continue reading
The new law would also allow infanticide of survivors of botched abortion. See here. LifeSiteNews, Dorothy Cummings McLean:The Catholic leaders of New York state expressed “profound sadness” before the abortion-extremist Reproductive Health Act passed into law and decried the notion that … Continue reading
LifeNews, Micaiah Bilger: A Catholic priest slammed the March for Life in a series of tweets over the weekend, despite the Catholic Church’s strong and constant support of the peaceful pro-life rally and the unborn. Franciscan friar Father Daniel Horan, … Continue reading
National Catholic Register, Stephen Beale: When Katrina Gallic was entering high school, one of the things the future pro-life advocate was most excited about was being a sprinter for the track team. “The thrill of being able to run very quickly — … Continue reading
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Le Salon Beige, Michel Janva: [English Translation from Web Page] He had announced it to the priests of his diocese during the summer of last year: Bishop Vitus Huonder, the current bishop of Chur, took the decision to settle at the … Continue reading