Listening to Sister Deirdre Byrne’s otherwise wonderful speech at the RNC I was taken aback by her referral to Our Lady as an “unwed mother.” The speech could hardly have been more Catholic if it were not for that unfortunate … Continue reading
Transcript of her address to the RNC provided by CNA. Here’s how she ends her speech: “President Trump has earned the support of America’s pro-life community. Moreover, he has a nationwide of religious standing behind him. You’ll find us here … Continue reading
Priestly Fraternity of Saint Peter: At the northern reaches of the Sonoran desert, Phoenix is known for blazing hot summers. This year, however, thanks to parishioners of our Mater Misericordiae apostolate, the Valley of the Sun will be blazing with … Continue reading
Vatican News:Korean Cardinal Andrew Soo-jung Yeom, Archbishop of Seoul and Apostolic Administrator of Pyongyang, announces the dedication of the Diocese of Pyongyang to Our Lady of Fatima on 15 August. Report is here.
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
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
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.
I came across a website today called The Restless Pilgrim. There is a brief article from 2013 which was written to defend Our Lady’s Perpetual Virginity. The article “The ‘brothers’ of Jesus” is very good and worth reading. There is … Continue reading
Aleteia: An expert in Marian devotion, Fr. Donald H. Calloway, confirms this conclusion in his book Champions of the Rosary and explains how, “After the Black Death, the second half of the Hail Mary began to appear in the breviaries of religious … Continue reading
First Things, James Matthew Wilson: As a student in the fourth grade of Saint Thomas Aquinas School in East Lansing, Michigan, I looked about me and saw a great landscape whose meaning lay in the saints who had moved across … Continue reading
Philip Kosloski of Aleteia poses this question. He gives a very weak answer leaving the question in doubt, although he does provide the correct answer when he cites the Catholic Encyclopedia and Saint Jerome. I tried to enter a comment … Continue reading
Aleteia, J.P. Mauro: Jim Caviezel recently awed us with what may be the greatest Catholic address of the 21st century. The impassioned speech to FOCUS’ leadership summit came after the famed star of The Passion of the Christ took on the role of St. … Continue reading
I was given one of these rosaries by a priest friend. In addition to the article below you may want to go to a Mancipia column by our 3rd order prefect from our May/June issue page 8 which features this … Continue reading
ChurchMilitant: Eight years after finding a shattered statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary next to a dumpster in Grand Rapids, Michigan, thousands of Catholics process it through the streets of Chicago as a beacon of hope. On Friday, several thousand people processed … Continue reading
General Harrigian summed it up in one word: “Extraordinary”! CNA Christine Rousselle: Gen. Jeff Harrigian, commander of U.S. Air Forces Europe and Africa, and Lt. Gen Chris Cavoli, commander of the U.S. Army in Europe, are two of the highest-ranking … Continue reading