Was there a GOOD point made in the sermon you heard at the Mass for your Sunday (obligation or none), either live or on the internet? Let us know what it was. Too many people today are without good, strong … Read More →
This past Wednesday marked the one year anniversary of my hometown going into lockdown. It was Lent then, it is Lent now, and every step forward comes with warnings from public officials that we are […]
T. M. Doran is an environmental engineer and an adjunct professor at Lawrence Technological University in Michigan. He is the author of Terrapin (Ignatius Press, 2012), Toward the Gleam (Ignatius Press, 2011), Iota (Ignatius Press, 2014), and The […]
In the Gospel for Thursday of the Fourth Week of Lent (John 5:31-47), Jesus sets forth a case for his divinity and presents evidence to his Jewish listeners of his divine status. He does not just come out of Galilee calling himself God. He demonstrates his power and calls other witnesses to testify
I’ve received a couple of photos today of men saying Masses at side altars of St. Peter’s Basilica. Soon to be a memory. As of tomorrow, these individual Masses are suppressed. Priests who want to say Mass will be forced … Read More →
Lima, Peru, Mar 21, 2021 / 04:39 pm (CNA).- The Peruvian Bishops’ Conference has asked President Francisco Sagasti to correct “excessive limitations” on church attendance put in place by the Ministry of Health to deal with the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.
“We are writing to you…to request your intervention in order to correct the criteria established for permitted church attendance for the faithful in the protocols that have been given to the provinces and regions of the country due to the pandemic,” the March 17 letter states.
Due to the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic and the overwhelmed healthcare system, President Sagasti has announced classifications of the country’s regions into three levels, according to the severity of the pandemic: High, Very High and Extreme.
On February 25, 2021, the U.S. House of Representatives could have addressed any number of pressing issues. The nation was in its 11th month of a pandemic that had already caused enormous economic and social dislocation. Schools remained closed as evidence mounted that online learning was disserving vulnerable poor children…