Jesuit- and Yale-educated, Kavanaugh clerked for Justice Anthony Kennedy, the man he hopes to replace
Prime Minister (actor) of Canada Justin TrudeauNot that we need more proof, but recently there is more evidence that shows that Justin Trudeau has got to be one of the worst Canadian prime ministers. His father a close second. Trudeau’s response just days ago to a reporter questioning him about the past groping incident from 2000, reveals a man who is deceptive, hypocritical and self-righteous. The woman that Trudeau groped was a young reporter named Rose Knight. Here is a political leader who has no problem scolding Canadians about not accepting and welcoming false refugees coming from the United States. A
The United States Council of Catholic Bishops will observe National NFP Awareness Week JULY 22 – 28, 2018. This year’s theme is: Generations of Love, Humanae Vitae (1968-2018), Celebrate God’s Gift of Married Love!
Natural Family Planning Awareness Week is a national educational campaign. The Natural Family Planning Program of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops develops a poster each year with basic supportive materials. Individual dioceses also offer a variety of educational formats in the local church to focus attention on Natural Family Planning methods and Church teachings which support their use in marriage.
The dates of Natural Family Planning Awareness Week highlight the
Washington D.C., Jul 9, 2018 / 07:25 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- President Donald Trump announced Monday night he is nominating Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court to fill the vacancy created when Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement June 27.
In a brief speech after the announcement, Kavanaugh spoke about the importance of his Catholic upbringing and how it has affected his career.
The July 9 announcement came after much speculation over how Trump will choose to shape the Supreme Court during his first term. This is the second vacancy he has filled; previously, he appointed Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme
Huston Smith, the renowned commentator on world religions, submits that you should not judge a religion by its worst expressions, but by its best, its saints. That’s also true in terms of judging the merits of vowed, consecrated celibacy. It should be judged by its best, not perverse, examples, as is true too for the institution of marriage.
I write this apologia because today consecrated celibacy is under siege from critics in almost every circle. Celibacy is no longer understood or deemed realistic by a culture which basically refuses to accept any restrictions in the area of sexuality and in effect
The season has shifted gears from skiing to hiking in Whistler. For a small community in the resort municipality, a season of celebration has also just begun.
Our Lady of the Mountains Parish has just celebrated its 25th birthday.
Whistler is “a small community, some 10,000 souls, and yet it’s a host to the world – particularly as it is, I’ll admit, the greatest ski resort in the world,” said Father Dale Normandeau said.
Our Lady of the Mountains, with visitors from across the globe, a church built like a wooden ski chalet, and Mass participation that ebbs and flows depending on the
“It was a sea of calm that came over me and an overwhelming feeling of God’s presence when the Archbishop laid his hands on me,” said Parker Love as he took one step closer to the priesthood.
Love is one of four men ordained to the transitional diaconate June 29 at Holy Rosary Cathedral in the Archdiocese of Regina. And although he felt a sea of calm during the ceremony, as a paraplegic who uses a wheelchair, his journey to this point was anything but.
Love came to the faith late in life, after growing up with no religious affiliation. However, as