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  • Pope Francis blasts Cardinals in his Christmas message
    Pope Francis blasts Cardinals in his Christmas message
    Pope Francis delivered the traditional Christmas address to the Cardinals of the Roman Curia Monday at the Vatican. The Pope stunned the aged Cardinals by scolding them. His speech was so carefully prepared it had footnotes and Biblical references...
  • Is Jesus a Republican
    Is Jesus a Republican?
    You might be thinking “That is a stupid question,” and it is. Nevertheless, many people, at election time make the assertion that Jesus is, or would be, a Republican. Some believe it; most say it to convince Christians that they must...
  • Bible
    The devout are deficient: Study shows Christians are bereft in Bible knowledge
    The majority of Americans claim to be committed to their faith. Nearly three out of every four individuals identify themselves as a “Christian.” That said, perhaps it’s time they start reading the Word of God. A study, conducted...
  • Calvary
    Calvary
    Martin McDonagh is an extremely important and respected playwright. He is also a pretty good filmmaker. His films are In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths. His plays have won too many awards to mention, but some of the titles are The Beauty Queen of...
  • FezhatRed
    International Order of Alhambra
    The International Order of Alhambra is a Catholic men and women’s fraternal organization founded on February 29, 1904, in Brooklyn, New York, by William Harper Bennett. Since then it has spread throughout the United States and Canada, with...
  • Pope Francis asks non-believers to help him work for peace
    Pope Francis asks non-believers to help him work for peace
    Pope Francis went off script in his first Christmas message as Pope Wednesday and asked both Christians and non-believers to work for peace. He also spoke out strongly against human trafficking and use of children in war."Prince of Peace, in...
  • life1
    ACLU files suit against Catholic Bishops
    Last week the Michigan ACLU filed suit on behalf of Tamesha Means against Mercy Health Partners. The Catholic hospital is the only hospital in Muskegon, Michigan.In December of 2010, Means was just 18 weeks pregnant when her water broke. She later...
  • Limbaugh and Fox News commentators attack Pope Francis
    Limbaugh and Fox News commentators attack Pope Francis
    Pope Francis spoke out about the problem of economic equality in the world last week and criticized what he called the “idolatry of money.” In his 50,000 word document entitled, in English, “The Joy of the Gospel” he was...
  • Pro-abortion feminists attack Rosary-praying Catholics
    Violent mob of topless pro-abort feminists attacks praying men at cathedral
    Mobs of topless abortion-supporting feminists attacked a cathedral in Buenos Aires, Argentina, which was being protected from threatened vandalism by Rosary-praying Catholic men. The mobs attacked and made it clear the primary target of their rage...
  • Jesus_earth
    Why Christianity is here to stay.
    In recent weeks an article or two appeared on many reputable, albeit biased, news sites. The titles ominously heralding The End of Christianity within a decade crediting Voltaire as if he were a prophet. Full disclosure: I never read the articles....
  • Pope Francis denounces ‘trickle down economics’ and inequality
    Pope Francis denounces ‘trickle down economics’ and inequality
    Pope Francis once again stunned the political world Tuesday when he sharply criticized growing economic inequality. Francis decried an “idolatry of money” in secular culture and warned that it would lead to “a new tyranny.”...
  • What's behind the big holiday in Mexico on Dec. 12?
    What's behind the big holiday in Mexico on Dec. 12?
    This is the story of an ancient statue of the Virgin Mary, and its link to one of Mexico's most important religious events – next set to be celebrated by millions of people in Mexico City on Dec. 12.The story goes back to Spain in the...
  • Unruly Catholics from Dante to Madonna: Faith, Heresy, and Politics in Cultural Studies by Marc DiPaolo
    Examining rebellious Catholics with Dr. Marc DiPaolo
    Title: Unruly Catholics from Dante to Madonna: Faith, Heresy, and Politics in Cultural StudiesAuthor: Marc DiPaoloPublisher: Scarecrow PressPublish Date: October 2013ISBN: 978-0-8108-8851-7Tell us a little bit about your writing and educational...
  • Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) destruction
    Typhoon Haiyan aid: Long Island Bishop authorizes collection for Philippines
    Bishop William Murphy, of the Diocese of Rockville Centre, has authorized a special collection to be taken at this weekend’s Masses, to aid the victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines according to the Diocese website on Friday.Long...
  • Finding Truth
    Protestant, Jew, and Catholic taboo comes to light
    Let us start this exploration with a prayer:Dear God. Help us to work together for the future of America. Help us to forgive our enemies, to love all men as brothers, and to tolerate our differences with both intellect and the spirit of...