On the Readings for Sunday, March 4, 2018, the Third Sunday of Lent […]
A box of vials holding the COVID-19 vaccine.
Pope Francis meets with the Authorities, Civil Society and the Diplomatic Corps in the hall of the Presidential Palace in Baghdad on March 5th, 2021.
I was rather surprised when I saw that the Washington Post had recently published an op-ed by Robert P. George and Ramesh Ponnuru; the topic was even more surprising: a discussion of how President Joe Biden’s […]
This video is not easy to watch, so be forewarned. However, it does signify in a visceral, personal way why we should not kill people – not least, the mentally ill; that people don’t really want to die; and that if more knew of God and His love, how much more bearable, even joyful, their lives would be.
Stop Bill C-7 dead in its tracks – it would make it easy to murder people like Emily. Ironic, that she is 24 in the video, the age that many youthful saints went to eternity – Saint Therese, Blessed Pier Giorgio, Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, Saint Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows (Saint Gemma Galgani was 25 a month before her death).
Would that Emily had found some bearer of that salvific good news, instead of a trifecta of nice but murderous psychiatrists, but we pray for mercy upon all:
Denver Newsroom, Mar 5, 2021 / 05:27 pm (CNA).- Department of Defense investigators have identified the remains of U.S. Army chaplain and Servant of God Fr. Emil Kapaun among the unknown Korean War soldiers buried in a Hawaiian cemetery, much to the surprise and joy of the priest’s relatives and devotees in his home state of Kansas.
“I just hope everybody is as elated as we are. It’s awesome to know that Fr. Kapaun will be coming home after 70 years,” Fr. John Hotze of the Diocese of Wichita told CNA March 5.
Washington D.C., Mar 5, 2021 / 05:00 pm (CNA).- Lawmakers in Mississippi and Alabama have been debating bills concerning children who identify as transgender.
The governor of Mississippi pledges to sign a bill that would prohibit males who identify as females from participating on girls’ sports teams.
“I will sign our bill to protect young girls from being forced to compete with biological males for athletic opportunities,” said Gov. Tate Reeves (R) on Twitter on March 4.