Catholic Novel Tells the Tale of Two Orphans — and the Beauty of Redemption | Daily News | NCRegister.com

BY ELLA HADACEK 07/23/2016 Comment We’ll Never Tell Them By Fiorella de Maria Ignatius, 2015 252 pages, $16.95 To order: ignatius.com, (800) 651-1531   In We’ll Never Tell Them, Fiorella de Maria draws readers into the the lives of Kristjana and Liljana, two Maltese orphans. At a crucial turning point in her life, Kristjana, a nurse living in modern-day London, leaves her life in England behind and seeks refuge working in a Catholic hospital in Continue Reading →

Orate Fratres: Receiving Communion in the Hand

Orate Fratres: Receiving Communion in the Hand. I haven’t seen this story in print for many years. It is accurate to the articles and books that I have read regarding this matter. In fact, in the book Why Do Catholics Do That? by Kevin Orlin Johnson, PHD which I use for my Inquiry Class, Dr. Johnson alludes to the underhanded dealings that went on behind the scenes in order to secure this indult for the U.S. Continue Reading →