by Staff Reporter posted Friday, 8 Dec 2017 Bishop John Arnold of Salford said his presence aimed to show ‘we have more in common than what might appear to divide us’ Bishop John Arnold of Salford is to speak at a parade celebrating Mohammad’s birthday on Sunday. The bishop will be among a number of speakers addressing the crowd before it sets off. A spokeswoman said he will talk about “recognising our differences, understanding and Continue Reading →
FATHER GEORGE RUTLER If revisionists would burlesque the past and mute the voice of reason, they should first recognize that the value of life is secured best by the standard of the Cross and not the Crescent. The current mania for tearing down statues and stifling free speech by cultural ingénues ignorant of history and logic, has reached a stellar absurdity in demands to censure “The Star Spangled Banner” on lame claims that it is Continue Reading →
By Raymond Ibrahim When Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio became the new Catholic pope in 2013, he chose the name of Francis to indicate that his pontificate would be one of mercy and compassion for the poor and needy. Such is the reputation of his eponym, Saint Francis of Assisi: “the man of poverty, the man of peace, the man who loves and protects creation,” said Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, as to why he chose that name. St. Francis Continue Reading →
AUGUST 19, 2016 3:35 PM BY ROBERT SPENCER No word in this report about what French authorities think of this, but if they remain true to form, once they catch the perpetrators they will be examining them for signs of mental illness. A reader (thank you Mr. R. B.!) tells me about heinous acts that took place in the St. George church in Vivonne (Vienne), a small town of 4000 inhabitants but which has a Continue Reading →
An Interview with Monsignor Gyula Màrfi, Archbishop of Veszprém, Hungary By Andras Kovacs Riscossa Cristiana July 21, 2016 Archbishop Gyula Màrfi: “We love wolves inasmuch as they are God’s creation, but not for this would we let them loose among the sheep. The Holy Father ought not state certain things in a strong manner as then the Muslims may take revenge on the Christians of the Middle East. “It is not accidental that there Continue Reading →
Bishops’ spokesman stresses Church in Poland has welcomed refugees as country prepares to welcome Francis for World Youth Day. 23/07/2016 CHRISTOPHER LAMB VATICAN CITY Just days before Pope Francis’ visit to Poland a Vatican statement has denounced an “artificially created fear of Muslims” which it says is being fed by some political parties in the country. T he press release, released by the Holy See but written by a spokesman for the Polish Bishops, Continue Reading →
BY MATTHEW KARMEL ON JULY 7, 2016 The United States is, by far, the world’s largest producer of online pornography, accounting for nearly 25% of all such material. Rounding out the list of the top five porn-producing countries are the United Kingdom (5.5%), Germany (4.9%), Brazil (4.8%) and France (4%). Of the top 15, a dozen are western countries, the three outliers being Japan (3.8%), India (3.2%) and Turkey (1.8%). In total, more than 60% Continue Reading →
Catholic Exchange » The Grey Lady and Whitewashed Tombs » Print. Great article by Fr. George Rutler showing the hypocrisy of the New York Times when it comes to Catholics and Islam.
L’Osservatore Romano, Interfering in religious tradition. Is this the road that the HHS Mandate has us following? Once the dike is breached is there anyway to stop the entire dam from bursting if we do not repair the fissure before it widens?