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Our Holy Father Pope Francis is a member of the Society of Jesus or the Jesuits as they are typically called. The contribution to the Church by the Jesuits since their inception in the Sixteenth Centu ... discuss

On October 23, 1913, 22-year-old Mary Tureck died in Chicago from an abortion performed by an unknown perpetrator. On October 23, 1920, 19-year-old Francis Karies died at Chicago's Swedish Covenant Ho ... discuss

Isn’t this picture of the Holy Capuchin Priest striking as realistic and beautiful as he presents the Divine Infant for our veneration? What strength on the one hand and what gentleness on the other ... discuss

Today, September 17, is the memorial of St. Robert Bellarmine, Italian cardinal and theologian. One of the great saints of the Jesuit order, St. Robert has also been declared a Doctor of the Church an ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for September 17 is St. Robert Bellarmine. He was born at Montepulciano in Tuscany on October 4, 1542, the feast of the Poverello of Assisi toward whom he always cherished a speci ... discuss

Springfield, Ill., Jan 11, 2013 / 12:03 am (CNA).- A priest of the Diocese of Springfield is on leave after he dialed 911 asking for help getting out of handcuffs – a call that has been replayed ... discuss

On April 18, 2010, Fr. Bernardo Francisco de Hoyos, SJ, considered the first apostle of the Sacred Heart in Spain, was beatified in Valladolid. Today is his feast day.Bernardo Francisco de Hoyos was b ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for November 26 is St. John Berchmans.This young saint of the Society of Jesus was born in Flanders, the oldest of five children. He grew up in an atmosphere of political turmoil ... discuss

From: kd Sent: Sunday, July 29, 2012 Subject: Gun Regulation, Scalia Warns They will find a  way.kd SCALIA WARNS: GUNS MAY BE REGULATED By John Aloysius Farrell (AP Photo/Charles Rex Ar ... discuss

Emma Bickel, a 59-year-old midwife, was charged with second-degree manslaugher in the death of 19-year-old Emily Nohavec of St. Louis. On October 18, 1913, Emily first reported feeling ill. On Mond ... discuss

Today, September 17, is the memorial of St. Robert Bellarmine, Italian cardinal and theologian. One of the great saints of the Jesuit order, St. Robert has also been declared a Doctor of the Chur ... discuss

The morning began, of course, with Sunday Mass.Usually, when I travel, I look for either an Eastern Rite Catholic church, or a Roman church that offers the Traditional Latin Mass (TLM). It may be a si ... discuss

So I need a nickname for the gang of teenagers that hangs around my house.  The little guys are the Street Urchins.  The sixteen-year-olds?  What do I call them?It's been a rather diffi ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for June 21 is St. Aloysius Gonzaga.The people who mass-produce statues and holy cards have done St. Aloysius Gonzaga no favors. The standard image of the saint as a frail, doe-ey ... discuss

Please join me in praying Lauds this morning in honor of St. Aloysius Gonzaga's whose feastday is today.  St. Aloysius Gonzaga was canonized on December 31, 1726, Rome, Italy by Pope Benedict XI ... discuss

Today is the memorial of St. Aloysius Gonzaga.The people who mass-produce statues and holy cards have done St. Aloysius Gonzaga no favors. The standard image of the saint as a frail, doe-eyed novice h ... discuss

We should always seek to imitate the saints, who stand before the throne of Almighty God. Rightfully so, we pay careful attention (or at least we should and must) to what we do before assisting ... discuss

Bronx, N.Y., Mar 24, 2012 / 01:06 pm (CNA).- On the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, the Church celebrates the opening of St. Paul’s heart to the love of God. For one Bronx priest, tha ... discuss

The president of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India celebrates last Mass of the diocese’s Jubilee Year. Along with Card Gracias, the service was celebrated by Mgr Aloysius Paul D’Souza, a ... discuss

Brethren, Peace and Good to all of you in Jesus our Lord.The Blessed Pope John XXIII made this entry in his journal in 1903:From the saints I must take the substance, not the accidents of their virtue ... discuss

One day, whilst she was hearing Mass, at the elevation of the Sacred Host, she saw the infant Jesus on the altar, and with him three young virgins. Jesus took the first and caressed her very much. H ... discuss

Today marks the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese that resulted in the official entry of the USA into World War II. 2 years ago today I put up a post commemorating the dea ... discuss

We have loved the Capuchin Franciscan friars of Detroit since discovering the life of Detroit's and America's great saint, Father Solanus Casey.  We only wish there were more like Father Solanus ... discuss

VATICAN CITY,  (MetroCatholic) - Yesterday evening the Holy Father descended to pray in the Vatican Grottos, where many Pontiffs are buried, and this morning he presided at the traditional November ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for September 17 is St. Robert Bellarmine.He was born at Montepulciano in Tuscany on October 4, 1542, the feast of the Poverello of Assisi toward whom he always cherished a speci ... discuss

File this under Evil, or The Dignity of the Human Person, and wince while you read this horrific story brought to you by David Mills, over at First Things:Dr. John C. Cutler was a monster. A monster w ... discuss

by The Editors August 26, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The archdiocese of Toronto announced Friday afternoon that, after a lengthy illness, Cardinal Aloysius Ambrozic, the retired Archbishop of Toronto ... discuss

St. Aloysius Gonzaga's outstanding quality was his radiant purity and the Church praises this perfect innocence with the words, "Thou has made him little less than the angels." He was baptized in th ... discuss

St. Aloysius Gonzaga's outstanding quality was his radiant purity and the Church praises this perfect innocence with the words, "Thou has made him little less than the angels." He was baptized in th ... discuss

May is Mary’s month. Some perhaps have asked, "Why May?" The poet, Fr. Gerard Manley Hopkins S.J. asks this question in his poem "May Magnificat,""May is Mary’s month, and Imuse at that and wonder ... discuss

Hindu fundamentalists burst into a Protestant church, and block the religious service. Police arrest four faithful of the 'New India Church of God. " On April 8, the Stella Maris monastery attacked. B ... discuss

Wanted to pass along this interesting dream of St. John Bosco to my fellow teachers around and about. Convicting reading.An Exhortation to EducatorsLetter from St. John Bosco to his Salesians, from Ro ... discuss

Below are some of the views being posted around the web on Amnesty International's decision on abortion. More will follow. Also see Consistent Life's page for more links. “Violence cannot be answer ... discuss

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS in Northern Ireland are breaking their ties with Amnesty International following the organization's decision to advocate abortion as a human right. Next month the Irish bishops will m ... discuss

Some months ago it was announced that St. Mary's Catholic Church in DBQ would be closing. St. Mary's was 1 of 2 downtown parishes within 2 blocks of each other. The other is St. Patrick's. The reasons ... discuss

The good shepherd giveth his life for his sheep - John 10:11 At 7:48 a.m. Hawaiian Time on 7 December 1941 Japan launched an attack on Pearl Harbor. What many people don't know is that the 1st chaplai ... discuss

The people who mass-produce statues and holy cards have done St. Aloysius Gonzaga no favors. The standard image of the saint as a frail, doe-eyed novice has given us the wrong impression. It may even ... discuss

John was born in Voltaggio, diocese of Genoa, Italy, in 1698. He was one of four children of Carlo de Rossi and Francesca Anfosi, who were poor, but pious parents. At the age of ten, he was taken in b ... discuss

I give Bishop Devine alot of credit for speaking out on this. The homosexual activists advance their agenda primarily in the following ways: They legislate 'hate crimes' laws which protect homosexual ... discuss

An image of Our Lady of Montserrat, patroness of Catalonia, was donated to St. Aloysius Church in Glasgow, Scotland. The parish is preparing a liturgy for a feast of St. John Ogilvie - Scotland's only ... discuss

Last night, the St. Stephen Martyr young-adult group sponsored a Holy Hour for the intentions of young people. Following is the text of the handout given to those in attendance, reprinted by perm ... discuss

A Jesuit Church in Limerick, one of the only three remaining in Ireland, is to be made into a swimming pool and spa centre.( Cathcon reported on this case, previously in 2006)The Church was built in 1 ... discuss

On October 16, 1936, 26-year-old Katherine DiDonato, mother of two, was admitted to Roosevelt Hospital to be treated for complications of a criminal abortion. Katherine's husband reported that the abo ... discuss

Candace Lee Williams will be honored by D.Challener Zoe Falkenberg will be honored by Jeni Cmdr. William Howard Donovan will be honored by Shelli Dorothy Alma DeAraujo will be honored by Chris Lt. G ... discuss

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS in Northern Ireland are breaking their ties with Amnesty International following the organization's decision to advocate abortion as a human right. Next month the Irish bishops will m ... discuss

Candace Lee Williams will be honored by D.Challener Zoe Falkenberg will be honored by Jeni Cmdr. William Howard Donovan will be honored by Shelli Dorothy Alma DeAraujo will be honored by Chris Lt. G ... discuss

Below are some of the views being posted around the web on Amnesty International's decision on abortion. More will follow. Also see Consistent Life's page for more links. “Violence cannot be answer ... discuss

Iris by Bobby Ward,who has the best header of any blog around (make sure your sound is on)IN LITURGICAL TIMEMass readingsA saint for today: St. Aloysius Gonzaga... He grew up in the Renaissance societ ... discuss

With great joy is it time to announce the new Dies Cruciatus. This day of prayer and fasting in atonement for sins will become a regular part of the mission of the Missionaries of the Eucharist. Sin ... discuss

+jmj+PRAISE BE JESUS CHRIST! NOW AND FOREVER!Howdy All, my name is David Aloysius Sao and I am a student at The Pennsylvania State University (GO STATE!) studying Psychology, I am 22 years old (23 dur ... discuss

(Hat tip: Amy Welborn)Peter Sprigg, vice president for policy at the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C., and a former congressional aide to Fr. Robert J. Drinan, S.J., writes at the First Thi ... discuss

I, Moneybags, was chosen by BLESSED JEANNE LEBER, who was new to me. I never heard of her before reading about her in the Lives of the Saints.Some Results are below. Please either comment below or ema ... discuss

Archbishop Thomas Collins says he won't be a shrinking violet when he takes over as head of Toronto's archdiocese early next year.He'll be both visible and vocal on many of Canada's most divisive issu ... discuss

On October 16, 1936, 26-year-old Katherine DiDonato, mother of two, was admitted to Roosevelt Hospital to be treated for complications of a criminal abortion. Katherine's husband reported that the ab ... discuss

Just thought I'd repost this Interim article, posted on Lifesite:Life Chain: a public pro-life witnessBy Tony GosgnachTORONTO, September 20, 2006, (theinterim.com) - As the leaves change color to hera ... discuss

Following my post warning of the posthumous evil wrought by Dom Lambert Beauduin OSB on the liturgy, I have been sent a translation of an article by the great German writer Martin Mosebach, entitled ... discuss

by Fr. John A. Hardon, S.J.Divine Revelation has established the existence of a created world of Spirits. Angels were created by God and are now living in Heaven, sympathetic and helpful to the needs ... discuss

PRAY FOR THE DEGETTE STEM CELL VETO!! President Bush's First national politics Rove: Bush to veto DeGette bill By John Aloysius Farrell Post Washington Bureau Chief DenverPost.com President Bus ... discuss

The people who mass-produce statues and holy cards have done St. Aloysius Gonzaga no favors. The standard image of the saint as a frail, doe-eyed novice has given us the wrong impression. It may even ... discuss

From Today's Office Of Readings: A letter from St Aloysius Gonzaga to his mother God's mercies shall be my song for ever May the comfort and grace of the Holy Spirit be yours for ever, most honoure ... discuss

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May is Mary’s month. Some perhaps have asked, "Why May?" The poet, Fr. Gerard Manley Hopkins S.J. asks this question in his poem "May Magnificat,""May is Mary’s month, and Imuse at that and wonde ... discuss

Litany of All SaintsLord, have mercy.Lord, have mercy.Christ, have mercy.Christ, have mercy.Lord, have mercy.Lord, have mercy.God our Father in heaven,have mercy on us.God the Son, our redeemer,have m ... discuss




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