• Can Hatred of Christians Lead to Support of Sexual Minorities?

    Why is it that many people who support sexual minorities seem not to like Christians? The answer is obvious, right? Christians, particularly conservative Christians, have been at the forefront of opposing advancement of the rights of sexual minorities. Those who seek to improve the legal and... Read more
  • The Blessed Sacrament and the Blessed Virgin

    St. Francis of Assisi loved France because the sacred Host was more venerated there than in any other country in the world. It is remarkable that in spite of the spread of worldliness and irreligion, the Eucharist has been more and more glorified and honored from century to century. The... Read more
  • ‘I don’t want assisted suicide ads to make me feel unworthy of care’

    A mini-documentary launched today by #DefendNZ, a movement giving voice to New Zealanders opposed to all forms of euthanasia, features a young woman who lives with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, an incurable connective tissue disorder. Kylee Black, 32, has had the genetic condition since childhood... Read more
  • Friday Funny: MSNBC Hires Chicken Little As Commentator For Remainder Of Trump’s Term

    After Rachel Maddow had to be airlifted to a nearby hospital for a panic attack as Trump was exonerated by the Mueller report earlier this week, MSNBC executives began looking for a replacement commentator. They considered lots of suitable replacements, from Antifa protestors to a water... Read more
  • Archbishop Wilton Gregory asked to lead Washington archdiocese

    Pope Francis is expected to appoint Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Atlanta to serve as the next Archbishop of Washington, multiple sources have independently reported to CNA. Gregory would become the seventh Archbishop of Washington, succeeding Cardinal Donald Wuerl. A formal announcement could... Read more
  • Elderly women use canes to fend off man who attacked Edmonton priest

    A group of elderly women who attend a central Edmonton church are being praised after they used their canes to fight off a man who attacked their priest. At around 8 p.m. on March 13, evening mass had just let out at Our Lady Queen of Poland Parish on 99 Street and 83 Avenue. At the end of... Read more
  • Marian Consecration: Protection from Sin and Evil

    In 2012, at the closing of the XIII Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops they turned to Mary, Star of the New Evangelization and reminded us to entrust ourselves to her: The figure of Mary guides us on our way. Our journey, as Pope Benedict XVI told us, can seem like a path... Read more
  • US Catholics Now as Concerned About Persecution as Climate Change or Refugees

    American Catholics are growing more concerned about the fate of the world—and with it, Christian persecution. More than 9 in 10 now identify persecution as either “very” or “somewhat” severe. This is roughly the same percentage as an identical poll last year, both sponsored by the... Read more
  • US Secretary of State Expands Mexico City Policy

    WASHINGTON — U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Tuesday an expansion of the pro-life Mexico City Policy and the slashing of funds to the Organization of American States in response to its abortion advocacy. These new policies are designed to ensure that taxpayer dollars are not... Read more
  • The Priestly Heart of St. John Vianney

    In 1818, St. John Marie Vianney received his appointment from his bishop to become the new pastor of the town of Ars, France. His bishop told him little about the town, other than the discouraging revelation that the people of Ars cared little about the practice of the Catholic faith. It... Read more