Heavy Rains Halt for Our Lady in Wyoming

We all looked outside anxiously, the heavy rain beat against the windows of the van like waves crashing on the coast. We were parked across the street from the Cheyenne State Capitol Building, praying for the clouds to cease their … Continue reading

Order and Chaos Clash in Denver

We woke up shivering on the morning of June 19, 2020. The cold had come upon us unexpectedly that night. Upon rising, we scrambled out of our sleeping bags and took down our tents. After a quick breakfast, we left … Continue reading

A Time to Return to God: A Hurricane Story

As hurricanes passed over so many parts of the country, most people were thinking about the material damage that would ruin the lives of so many. However, there was a spiritual part to the disaster. During times of suffering, people … Continue reading

Saint Michael, Protect Our Police

On July 16, 2016, the feast day of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, 5,167 Public Rosary Rallies were held across America in support of the nation’s police officers. This was the initial response of America Needs Fatima members and supporters … Continue reading

What’s the Point of Ball-Point Pens?

As the left shrieks for stricter gun control, Colorado’s Democrat-controlled House passed a statewide ban on concealed-carry weapons on college campuses along with several other radical gun-control measures. They also managed to disparage conceal-carry supporters and female students who prefer … Continue reading

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