Saint Maria Goretti’s relics will be visiting a good portion of the eastern half of the United States from September 21st until November 11th of this year. The visit of her sacred relics could not come at a more urgent … Continue reading
Hanover, Pennsylvania — August, 2015: Ahead of the upcoming Synod on the Family in Rome, dozens of organizations are collecting petitions to Pope Francis, asking him to reinforce Church teaching on marriage and family. Today, the worldwide petition surpassed 500,000 … Continue reading
“Will Everything Come to the Same End as Sodom and Gomorrah?” Saint Patrick (387-461) is undoubtedly one of the Church’s greatest and most popular saints. The apostle of Ireland is known for his zeal, countless miracles, and spectacular conversions. He … Continue reading
“We Can Do Wonders If We Get Them Early.” — Dr. Norman Spack, director of Gender Management Service at Boston Children’s Hospital After decades of relentless activism, propaganda, and indoctrination, the general public associates homosexuality not with the lewd scenes … Continue reading
The French Revolution of 1789 was based on the ideological philosophy of the Enlightenment summarized in the famous trilogy, “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity.” By imposing full equality on society, the advocates of this philosophy sought to bring about complete freedom and … Continue reading
Interview with the Most Reverend John C. Nienstedt, Archbishop of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, by Michael Drake Archbishop John Clayton Nienstedt was born in March 1947, in Detroit, Mich. Following his studies at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit, and … Continue reading
June 11, 2011 saw one more parade to glorify the vice of homosexuality. Dubbed, Europride or Eurogaypride, it was held in Rome, once known as the Eternal City, the center of Catholicism. The expression, “homosexual pride” summarizes the essence of … Continue reading
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