The Canadian Jesuit priest, Fr. Tony Van Hee, has been a strong witness to life on Parliament Him, the seat of Canada’s government for 30 years. He has prayed and fasted in an effort to bring an end to abortion. Just recently he issued a challenge and a reminder to his Jesuit order that they have been silent about “the worldwide genocide of the preborn.”Last February, the 83 year old priest wrote a letter to his superior general Fr. Arturo Sosa Abascal asking that the Jesuits around the world make the ending of abortion a pastoral priority. In Canada, we
Friday 16th – Sunday 18th November 2018
Come and join us at some point over the weekend to celebrate the feast of St Margaret, Queen of Scotland.
Building on the momentum and spirit of the ladies lunch, we are planning a ladies open weekend hosted by the Sisters and our fantastic group of co-workers, taking place here at the pro-life centre. The event will consist of Evening/Afternoon tea, talk on the work of the CWPLI followed by a tour of the centre and a look at our future plans and so much more…
Craft goods, handbags, gifts for sale, plus plenty of time
Pope Francis is committed to reconciliation with First Nations for the abuses suffered in residential schools, says the Holy Father’s representative.
“Through the media, opinions have circulated giving the impression that Pope Francis would not be available to listen to the request made by the Indigenous Peoples,” Archbishop Luigi Bonazzi, the Apostolic Nuncio, said at a recent reception for diplomats, church leaders and politicians.
“As the Pope’s representative in Canada, I can assure you that Pope Francis is not against a gesture of reconciliation and he is willing to seek together ways that can foster the desired process of healing and reconciliation with and among
Denver, Colo., Jul 13, 2018 / 05:18 pm (CNA).- This week at CNA, we published an article about a bishop under investigation in India after a religious sister accused him of rape. The story is still developing, facts are not yet clear, and, of course, the bishop deserves the benefit of due process. CNA’s article explained those things.
But after the story was published, I received notes and messages from some readers, asking why we had published the story. Some said that it was scandalous to write the story before the allegations were proven. Or that we were causing mistrust. Or
Peter Seewald, the German journalist who published several books with Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI, has recently been writing reports on the closing down of monasteries in the Diocese of Freising-Munich, always against the reverent will of the nuns in those monasteries.
In April of 2018, OnePeterFive mentioned the case of Altomünster, a thousand-year-old abbey in Bavaria. Cardinal Reinhard Marx decided to close down this abbey, in spite of the fact that there were several nuns still living there and several other younger women desiring to become nuns. These women religious were determined to foster that monastery and make it grow again.
By E. Christian Brugger | Q. I am 78 years old and have been married to my wife for 53 years. Lately I have begun to experience periodic impotence. My doctor recommends masturbation as he thinks my problem is psychological….
“The wager,” says Thomas S. Hibbs, author of a new book on Pascal’s philosophy and faith, “demands a kind of self-transformation of one’s passions, a […]