The watered-down religion of human fraternity which some Catholics hope to bring about will be no match for either militant secularism or militant Islam. MORE
What? Some Catholics? All of these Vatican II AntiChrist popes?
Jesus assured us that the gates of hell will not prevail against his Church. But we’re not told how much damage will be done to the Church in the meantime. So […]
What the Hell Bible is he reading? The faithful will be reduced to the Remnant few and go into the wilderness pope-less.
Why didn’t those Christians complain to UCLA the money they received from David Geffen, gay rights advocate?
More than 10,080 Christians have signed a petition urging officials at Boston College to reject a potential donation from the Koch Foundation toward the Jesuit university’s political science department. MORE
Dana Perry, a 42-year-old divorced mother of three, lives in the small North Carolina town of Wilson, where she is rearing her sons in the Christian faith. MORE
The blood letting never ends in today’s Catholic world.
If you ever wanted to see just how “not nice” the Church of Nice can be, the case of it lashing out at Ven. Abp. Fulton Sheen is a prime example.
Late Tuesday, news broke that the beatification of the famed preacher-bishop was suddenly stopped dead in its tracks because of “the request of a few members of the Bishop’s Conference who have asked for further consideration.”
Nike; a company who’s lost their conscious.
As part of its endorsement deal with the free-agent quarterback, Nike will release a Kaepernick shoe in early December, Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports reports. It’s unknown how many shoes Nike plans to roll out, but sources told Robinson the brand increased its production figures during development due to strong projected demand. MORE
The Catholic Church in Australia paid A$276 million (£171 million) in compensation, treatment and other costs to thousands of victims of child sexual offences in the past 35 years, according to a report released on Thursday at an inquiry into institutional abuse. MORE
Even most Catholics today do not realize that a number of Fathers of the First Vatican Council actually submitted a papal petition for Columbus’ canonization.
Another Columbus Day has passed. The usual suspects in the secular, and now sadly even “Catholic” media have trotted out their yearly calumnies of the man whom America still, to her credit, honors with a National Holiday. MORE
Just think what this could be doing to our youth.
US drugs giant Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) has been ordered to pay $8bn (£6.6bn) in damages to man who grew breast tissue after taking a antipsychotic drug as a child. MORE VIDEO
There given everything they want and they’re still committing suicide
A new national report focusing on women’s and children’s health has found a 34% increase in teen suicides among California youth between the ages of 15 and 19 over the past three years — significantly higher than the national increase of 25% — and a 29% surge in infant childcare costs during the same period. MORE
These priests, deacons, monks and lay people now teach middle-school math. They counsel survivors of sexual assault. They work as nurses and volunteer at nonprofits aimed at helping at-risk kids. They live next to playgrounds and day care centers. They foster and care for children. VIDEO
We are fast approaching the tricentennial of anti-vaccination agitation in America. Given where we are today, it’s worth recalling the cautionary tale of Episode One. MORE
“Everyone should be able to access high-quality, affordable, gender-affirming health care, but the Trump administration is trying to roll back important protections for trans Americans,” Warren tweeted Tuesday. “Help fight back by leaving a comment for HHS in protest.” MORE
So much for open freedom of choice.
The rate at which young Americans took their own lives reached a high-water mark in 2017, driven by a sharp rise in suicides among older teenage boys, according to new research.
In that year alone, suicide claimed the lives of 5,016 males and 1,225 females between 15 and 24 in the United States, researchers reported Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Assn. MORE