KILLING STATUES: Christophobic Mobocracy in America ~ Remnant TV

Keep the Faith

Today is the feast of St. Padre Pio

Pray, hope and don’t worry.

Is the Pope Catholic?

George Neumayr’s new book is worth buying and reading.

Catholics Protest Outside Tim Kaine’s Church: You Can’t be Catholic and Pro-Abortion | LifeNews.com

MICAIAH BILGER   AUG 29, 2016   |   5:48PM    RICHMOND, VA A small group of Catholics protested peacefully on Sunday outside the Catholic Church where Hillary Clinton’s vice Continue Reading →

My Time Among the Evangelicals.

During my ventures blogging, I have come across a blog or two created by Evangelicals looking to inform others about the horrors of Catholicism. In fact, one in particular often Continue Reading →

Taking on the Homosexual Movement – Crisis Magazine

“As international pressures and heroic actions of dissidents within the Soviet Bloc—along with “little old ladies praying the rosary for seventy years,” as a priest-professor of mine said at the Continue Reading →

Water and Wine: The Two Wills of Christ

Dear Charity of Christ, I have been meaning to write this post for some time, only to lack sufficient time to put pen to paper, or rather, finger to keyboard. Continue Reading →

Dear Archbishop Chaput: Trump is Clearly Better than Hillary

STEPHEN HERREID ON AUGUST 22, 2016 Archbishop Charles Chaput of the Diocese of Philadelphia has written an eloquent column about the current presidential election. His article seems intended more to Continue Reading →

The latest biography of Oscar Wilde fails to understand his spiritual journey – CatholicHerald.co.uk

by Francis Phillips posted Monday, 15 Aug 2016 Wilde knew all too well the spiritual shame that can follow moral transgression Modern biographers who lack religious faith themselves are likely Continue Reading →

A reading on Dante and Spiritual but not Religious.

I am currently writing either a short story or what may be a full-length book. During my long working days, I’ve been listening to audio books, and the titles that Continue Reading →