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Contact: Beth Chapman, 816-835-0306 EDMONDS, Wash., Oct. 28, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Spurred by the most recent school shooting at ‪Marysville Pilchuck High School‬ in Washington st ... discuss

Contact: Beth Chapman, 816-835-0306 EDMONDS, Wash., Oct. 24, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- The irrational fears surrounding Ebola has given way to what mental and behavioral health specialist Dr. Gre ... discuss

Contact: Beth Chapman, 816-835-0306 EDMONDS, Wash., Oct. 24, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- The irrational fears surrounding Ebola has given way to what mental and behavioral health specialist Dr. Gre ... discuss

Billow Creek Bride Blurb; What would you do to prevent being separated from someone you love? In this 1830′s historical romance, Maurine is turning eighteen in an orphanage. She knows she cannot ... discuss

Front Royal, Va., Oct 17, 2014 / 03:41 pm (CNA).- The study of history is an opportunity to unite faith and reason and to recover a distinctly Catholic perspective that sees God acting in the past, pr ... discuss

An Extraordinary Synod......in more ways than one. You need to read the entire article to understand how bizarre the synod has been. Think of all the pressing issues and ask whether Communion for ... discuss

Article by Frank Jardim . Photos by Sony Pictures Entertainment, Inc. With the upcoming cinematic release of FURY tomorrow, October 17, the war movie genre finally has a realistic, historically accura ... discuss

also called Dionysius, Dennis, or Denys) is a Christian martyr and saint. In the third century, he was bishop of Paris. He was martyred in approximately 250, and is venerated especially in the Roman C ... discuss

By:  Penny Starr Holt v. Hobbs Gregory Holt, ... discuss

VIDEO: "The Rosary" composed by Ethelbert Nevin. Recorded 23 September 1951 for The Mario Lanza Show, starring "the most famous tenor in the world" himself, with studio orchestra conducted by Ray Sina ... discuss

In May 2012, Sarasota Police arrested a 41-year-old man on charges of sexual assault and lewd and lascivious behavior involving two juvenile victims. According to the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Offic ... discuss

was born in 1182, the son of a wealthy cloth merchant. His early years were frivolous, but an experience of sickness and another of military service were instrumental in leading him to reflect on the ... discuss

Housekeeping and disclosures: Books are free at time of listing unless otherwise mentioned. If you click a link and it doesn’t finish loading, just hit refresh. Sometimes the page just kind of ... discuss

30 September AD 420 Saint Jerome (Eusebius Sophronius Hieronymus), translator of Holy Scripture, was born in a little Dalmatian village on the Adriatic Sea around the year AD 345. Although he came fr ... discuss

St. John Chrysostom, Almsgiver by TitianToday, September 13, is the memorial of St. John Chrysostom (ca. 347-407), one of the most famous Fathers, Doctors, and bishops of the Catholic Church. Known to ... discuss

Consecrated Bishop of Rome on 3 September AD 590 Living at a time when political and religious leadership in Europe often depended upon force of arms or strength of will more than the rule of law, G ... discuss

Continuing from my previous post, I write now about the coming four years. Next week, I am beginning my first semester of Ph.D. studies at Ave Maria University. I am really excited for my classes over ... discuss

by Editors - In an online exchange on the popular Monomakhos Blog, the topic of discussion focused on the views on homosexuality expressed by Fr. Alexis Vinogradov a priest in the OCA, rector of St. G ... discuss

Thank God it's Friday, and here it is, your moment of whimsy.Noah Ritter of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, stole the show on WNEP-TV News one evening, during an interview with reporter Sofia Ojeda at the ... discuss

After the Newtown school shooting, many celebrities put together a PSA calling for more gun control. Their "Demand a Plan" campaign urges you, the American people, to demand our government do somethin ... discuss

On July 23, the Church celebrates the feast of St. Bridget (Birgitta) of Sweden, who was a widow and Third Order Franciscan (1303 – 1373). She is one of the most prominent women of the Christian Mid ... discuss

[This is the last installment of a Facebook post by a Dominican novice, Anthony J. J. Mathison. I’ve done some minor detail work, such as replacing straight quotes with “smart quotes”, justifica ... discuss

[For the next four days, I will be reprinting in its full length a Facebook post from a Dominican novice, Anthony J. J. Mathison. I’ve done some minor detail work — replacing straight quotation ma ... discuss

[For the next four days, I will be reprinting in its full length a Facebook post from a Dominican novice, Anthony J. J. Mathison. I’ve done some minor detail work — replacing straight quotation ma ... discuss

[For the next four days, I will be reprinting in its full length a Facebook post from a seminarian, Anthony J. J. Mathison. I’ve done some minor detail work — replacing straight quotation marks wi ... discuss

Chicago Crime Report March 24, 2011 Girl approached by suspicious men in Glenview Less than two weeks after a boy reported being approached by a suspicious man in Glenview, police are issuing an alert ... discuss

Chicago Crime Roundup March 15th 2011 Man Beaten To Death On North Side A man was beaten to death Sunday night in the North Side Budlong Woods area, police said. The 18-year-old man — identified by ... discuss

It is easy to go down into Hell; night and day, the gates of dark Death stand wide; but to climb back again, to retrace one’s steps to the upper air – there’s the rub, the task.  ~ ... discuss

By Jean M. HeimannJune 13th is the feast of St. Anthony of Padua. With it being so close to Father's Day, my dad has been on my mind, so I thought I would re-post this popular post I wrote last year a ... discuss

Today I happened upon a rather striking image of the Presentation by Bl. Fra Angelico, the great artist of the Order of Preachers:Fra Angelico frequently includes Dominican saints in his scenes from S ... discuss

TULSA – An Illinois man who plotted to bomb dozens of churches in Oklahoma two years ago has been found not guilty in federal court by reason of insanity. As previously reported, in October 2012 ... discuss

On the eve of the Geneva II Conference, the patriarch calls for "true reconciliation among Syrians, not just on security agreements and humanitarian aid," however necessary they may be. Meanwhile, the ... discuss

The saint of the day for January 14th is St. Macrina the Elder, a learned woman gifted with wisdom and counsel. Our knowledge of her life is limited and comes mainly from the testimony of the great Ca ... discuss

Epiphany and the Unordinariness of Liturgical Time One chapter of Dom Gregory Dix’s The Shape of the Liturgy is named “The Sanctification of Time”.  This chapter shows how the Liturgical Calend ... discuss

  By Tom Blumer David Gregory When something important is falling apart — say a relationship or a business idea — it’s not always easy to keep up appearances. After all, one still has t ... discuss

January 2, 2014 Memorial of Saints Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen, Bishops and Doctors of the Church    Reading 1 1 Jn 2:22-28 Beloved:Who is the liar? Whoever ... discuss

Featured Term (selected at random:BEADLE A minor church officer whose duties have varied over the centuries and in different localities. Under Gregory the Great a beadle was the "guardian of ... discuss

This silver star in the Grotto of the Nativity in Bethlehem marks what is believed to be the exact spot where Christ was born. From the Great Commentary of Cornelius a Lapide on the Gospel of St. ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for December 17 is St. Olympias. Born sometime between 360-365, this pious, charitable, and wealthy disciple of St. John Chrysostom came from an illustrious family in Constantinop ... discuss

We all have our favorite actors and actresses, athletes, singers, etc. that we love and look up too.  But have you ever stopped to find out a little more about them other than about w ... discuss

In Montgomery county, just outside Houston, Texas, Lisa Martinez got a desperate call from her 19-year-old son Gregory, who was with his 23-month-old daughter at a nearby Motel 6. When Lisa arrived, G ... discuss

by Fr. Gregory Jensen - As a pastor, I’ve been struck by the hostility, or at least suspicion, that some Orthodox Christians reveal in their discussions of private property. While there are no doubt ... discuss

Today is the feast of St. Teresa of Avila (1515-1582), virgin and Doctor of the Church. She helped reform the Carmelite order and founded 17 monasteries.Teresa de Ahumada y Cepeda was born in Avila, C ... discuss

Matt’s lastest publication in a book arrived by courier today. The book is Virtues in Action: New Essays in Applied Virtue Ethics; it is an an edited collection of new work in applied virtue e ... discuss

Bishop Dagens From the blog of the Society of St. John Chrysostom: The Tablet - Bishop denounces Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch The above blog post not only reproduces the Tablet article, but al ... discuss

30 September AD 420 Saint Jerome (Eusebius Sophronius Hieronymus), translator of Holy Scripture, was born in a little Dalmatian village on the Adriatic Sea around the year AD 345. Although he came fr ... discuss

September 30th is the feast of St. Jerome. Translator of the Bible into its official Latin version (the Vulgate), brilliant scholar, monk, traveller, teacher, letter writer, and consultant to Popes an ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for September 30 is St. Jerome.One of the greatest Biblical scholars of Christendom, Saint Jerome was born of Christian parents at Stridon in Dalmatia around the year 345. Educa ... discuss

Jerome was the foremost biblical scholar of the ancient Church. His translation of the Bible, along with his commentaries and homilies on the biblical books, have made him a major intellectual force i ... discuss

Four Oklahoma universities have filed suit against the federal government challenging its mandate requiring most businesses and nonprofits to offer potential abortion-inducing drugs in their employee ... discuss

Christian Post: "Christian colleges should remain free to operate according to the beliefs that define them," the group's Senior Counsel, Gregory S. Baylor, said. "This mandate leaves religious employ ... discuss

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Archbishop Robert Carlson of St. Louis and Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Atlanta called for immigration reform in a recent video and newspaper article. "Our nation's immigration system ...… Read ... discuss

o'dacity has hope to 'fundamentallly change' and end 3,000 years of bloodshed in the region.  I suspect o'mam is counting on the opposite. -- rfh From: American Minute S ... discuss

Miley (ugh!) CyrusI have to say that I was actually somewhat heartened by the response to the vulgar, obscene display by Miley Cyrus at the Video Music Awards a couple of weeks ago. Most people were r ... discuss

Question: “I wonder, how are we to think of the Giants from the Old Testament? Can it be that there was another race of beings that were drowned in the great flood? Why would God do this? Were they ... discuss

On April 19, 1961 Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered the Julius B. Gay Lecture at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. As historian Gregory A. Wills explains: “On April 19, 1961, Martin Lut ... discuss

28 August AD 430 Saint Augustine was one of the greatest of the Latin church fathers and was among the most significant influences in the formation of Western Christianity, including Lutheranism. He w ... discuss

New York City, N.Y., Aug 27, 2013 / 02:02 am (CNA).- A series of talks on art and beauty aims to bring a Catholic understanding of the arts into the heart of New York City's Greenwich Village. The C ... discuss

Sunday on Meet the Press, Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) issued a message about how he believes the country is changing. Host David Gregory asked, “Do you see some of the same trappings of resentment an ... discuss

 (Saint Louis, King of France, with a Page', El Greco, 1592-95, oil on canvas, Musée du Louvre, Paris, France) Son of King Louis VIII and Blanche of Castile, King St. Louis IX (commonly ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for August 24 is St. Bartholomew.In St. John's Gospel, Bartholomew is known by the name Nathaniel (the liturgy does not always seem aware of this identity). He hailed from Cana in ... discuss

A monk from Esphigemenou monaster, about to toss a Molotov cocktail.Question: "The Esphigmenou monastery [on Mount Athos] has recently made headlines; what is happening with them and why are the monks ... discuss

The Assumption of Mary On November 1, 1950, Pope Pius XII   defined the Assumption of the Blessed Mother of God into heaven in the following words: "Wherefore, after we have poured forth p ... discuss

by Dr. Ron Paul: Most Americans are probably unaware that over the past two weeks the US has launched at least eight drone attacks in Yemen, in which dozens have been killed. It is the largest US es ... discuss

With Congress on their August break, I had some time to check out a few  fellow conservatives bloggers' sites.  Viewed the below today on Conservative Hideout 2.0. Ron said said he "caught ... discuss

This might come under the heading of "temptation."I have been busy reading books for school for next year, having taken over a course that had a reading list full of books I'd never read.I finished on ... discuss

29 July AD 1028; transferred to 27 July Ólafr Haraldsson (also known as Olav, Olafe, Oláfr hinn helgi, and Olavus rex) was born in 995 to Harald Grenske and Åsta Gudbrandsdatter. While Snoore says ... discuss

I can't wait until Archbishop Cordileone sees a copy of that letter  :) The good Archbishop just so happens to be on the USCCB Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage :)I hope ... discuss

This is the second installment in a series of posts on the question of "when does human life begin?" Part one of this series examined what science has to say about the matter. In this installment we d ... discuss

Over the weekend, the media was their usual disgraceful, blatantly biased selves regarding Wendy Davis and abortion restrictions in Texas.  Ross Douthat has the list of  questions ABC News a ... discuss

Such a sad world we live in when the intolerance of others leads another to take their own life and that even after their death they are still not satisfied with their own lives enough that they conti ... discuss

Are you among the clueless that doubt the obvious edia collusion, support, and cover-up for and with the Obama administration? Doug Ross provides a couple of clues for the clueless: The Democrat Part ... discuss

 James Bond as envisioned by Ian FlemingToday marks the day it all started. On this date in April 1953, Jonathan Cape, a London based publisher, released the 1st James Bond novel by Ian Fleming, ... discuss

Obama leaves Office in 1385 Days!  He will target all your guns and ammo for confiscation, if he can.       The Russian and Chinese ammunition makers must be lau ... discuss

"Follow the Money" and Follow RomeIn our defense of conscience protections, it often seems that we neglect to point out that medicine which is consistent with Catholic ethics happens to be health care ... discuss

Let's get to know our new pope by reading his words. The text below is from the pope's Lenten message to his flock in Argentina:Lent is presented us as a shout of truth and certain hope that comes us ... discuss

Bl. Pope Gregory X.Rorate Caeli has a handy calendar of events for the conclave set to start on Tuesday.  At 16:30, Rome time, the cardinal process into the Sistine Chapel.  At 17:00, the ca ... discuss

What name will the next Holy Father select? We all have our guesses. Yours is as good as mine. I'll share with you mine below. But first let's consider the abundance of possibilities!The Catholic geek ... discuss

I am in shock, still hoping I am going to wake up. Pope Benedict will become the first pope to resign since Gregory XII in 1415.Taking over in the large shadow of Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI ... discuss

By Rich Noyes, Media Research Center: Today is the 40th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., a day that is likely to pass with limited, if any, notice from a national news media which is hostil ... discuss

27 January AD 407 Saint John Chrysostom, Preacher, Bishop, and Theologian, was called Chrysostom (Greek for"golden-mouthed") by his hearers. He was a dominant force in the fourth-century Christian chu ... discuss

John was called "Chrysostom" ("Golden Mouth") because of his eloquence. He was a priest of Antioch, and an outstanding preacher. (Audiences were warned not to carry large sums of money when they went ... discuss

I’m quite late this year in compiling my list of the top books I read or reviewed this past year. Better late than never! There were many great books that came across my desk, and I couldn’ ... discuss

Basil the Great of Caesarea, 1 January AD 379with Gregory of Nazianzus, 9 May AD 389and Gregory of Nyssa, 9 March AD 395 Saints Basil and the two Gregorys, collectively known as the Cappadocian Father ... discuss

As a Catholic looking at Modernity, provided that one is aware of the goings-on around him, the world can seem like a pretty messed up place. And it is. Original Sin has radically effected the state ... discuss

Thirteen-year-old Greg Hoffman had been begging his parents for an iPhone all year. So on Christmas morning he was thrilled to find the object of his desire under the tree, but there was a catch. T ... discuss

Though coming in the form of man, yet not in every thing is He subject to the laws of man's nature; for while His being born of a woman tells of human nature; virginity becoming capable of childbirth ... discuss

Yep, you simply can't make sh*t like this up ... it's classic liberal-progressive hypocrisy: David Gregory mocked the NRA's Wayne LaPierre for proposing that armed guards be at every school in America ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for December 23 is St. Thorlak Thorhallsson. The Scandinavian island nation of Iceland celebrates its national patron, St. Thorlak Thorhallsson, on Dec. 23. Although Iceland's nat ... discuss

By:  Gregory Gwyn-Williams, Jr. By:  ... discuss

Well, folks, the dyke is starting to break. Some of the most senior members of the Canadian Bishops’ international development agency – Development & Peace (D&P) – have publicly accused Toronto ... discuss

Like everyone else in the American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese, I was in Johnstown, Pennsylvania earlier this week for the consecration and enthronement of our new Bishop, His Grace, Bishop Greg ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for November 30 is St. Andrew. Andrew, Peter's brother, and John were the first disciples to follow the Lord. With tender delicacy the Gospel (John 1:35-42) describes their first ... discuss

Is anybody surprised that the National Catholic Reporter (aka "the fishwrap") would go after an orthodox group that urges Catholic colleges to return to their roots? A newspaper that features columns ... discuss

Gun Store Owner Who Banned Obama Supporters Says ‘Business Is Booming’ By Gregory Gwyn-Williams, Jr.      Last week, the owner of an Arizona gun shop made natio ... discuss

19 November AD 1231 Also known as Saint Elizabeth of Thuringia — Szent Erzsébet in her native tongue — Elisabeth (also Erzsebet) was born in Sárospatak in 1207, the dau ... discuss

Twinkies Maker Hostess Going Out of Business, CEO Blames Union Strike | NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth. Gregory Rayburn CEO of Hostess has announced closure of the entire corporation, and intent to sell off ... discuss

Gregory J. Sullivan has provided outstanding contributions to the Times of Trenton, including Remembering Fulton Sheen, the Face of Catholicism (7/7/12) and John Paul II's Catechism is a Tho ... discuss

SoCon or Bust: But I will concede this point to Fr. Rosica:  the fact that Michael Voris, a faithful Catholic with a muscular personality, is persona non grata among the Catholic hi ... discuss

So, as Socon or Bust readers know, Fr. Tom Rosica has responded to Michael Voris’s rather compelling and revealing video exposé on Fr. Rosica’s interview with Gregory Baum. You’ll ... discuss

From the EWTN Site: Lord, have mercy on us.Christ, have mercy on us.Lord, have mercy on us.Christ, hear us. Lord, have mercy on us.Christ, have mercy on us.Lord, have mercy on us.Christ, grac ... discuss

November 1 is the Solemnity of All Saints. It is a Holy Day of Obligation, which means Catholics are required to attend mass. www.masstimes.org During the year the Church celebrates one by one the fe ... discuss

All Saints' Day, All Hallows, Hallowmas ("hallows" meaning "saints," and "mas" meaning "Mass"), is a feast celebrated on November 1 or on the first Sunday after Pentecost in honour of all the saints, ... discuss

Farm Bill –Policy Issues, Political Notes Dan Popkey reported on Wednesday evening at the Idaho Statesman Online that, “Majority Leader Eric Cantor, R-Va., said Wednesday in Boise that the House w ... discuss

LifeSiteNews has just done a great piece on Fr. Thomas Rosica’s recent interview of excommunicated dissenter Gregory Baum.  Socon or Bust first broke the story a couple of weeks ago.    Th ... discuss

By Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel Gregory Baylor Most supporters of the HHS contraceptive mandate suggest that shifting financial responsibility for the cost of contraception from users t ... discuss

Today is not only the III Class Feast of St. Anthony Mary Claret, it is also the Feast of the Most Holy Redeemer celebrated in certain parts of the world.  The Catholic Encyclopedia summarizes ... discuss

by John-Henry Westen TORONTO, 22 October, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Liberal Catholic press-people have recently touted a man some call Canada’s leading dissenter since the 1960s - former Catholi ... discuss

FROM THE PASTOROctober 21, 2012by Fr. George W. Rutler When Pope John XXIII opened the Second Vatican Council on October 11, 1962, he repudiated “prophets of gloom” who lamented the state of the ... discuss

A weekly column by Father George Rutler. When Pope John X ... discuss

was a medieval Anglo-Saxon Archbishop of Canterbury. A correspondent of both Bede and Boniface, it was Nothelm who gathered materials from Canterbury for Bede's historical works. After his appointment ... discuss

Vice Presidential Debate: Paul Ryan addressed the facts. "One Heartbeat From the Presidency" Joe Biden Played Joker. 25 DAYS TO THE 2012 ELECTIONS -- 79 DAYS TO TAXMAGEDDON Gary Bauer, Contributi ... discuss

I am headed, along with our national director, David Bereit, to Nashville, to speak at a prayer rally that will kick off the 2012 Care Net pregnancy center conference. Pregnancy centers have a huge im ... discuss

In 1271, Marco Polo left Venice with his father and uncle, and traveled 5,600 miles east to meet Kublai Khan, grandson of Ghengis Khan, who was Emperor of China, Korea, North India, Persia, Russia and ... discuss

The Rosica post sure has received a lot of traffic over the past couple of days.  Check this post out from Vox Cantoris. Thomas Rosica, Basilian Priest, head of Salt + Light Television, and President ... discuss

also called Dionysius, Dennis, or Denys) is a Christian martyr and saint. In the third century, he was bishop of Paris. He was martyred in approximately 250, and is venerated especially in the Roman C ... discuss

Greater Double (1955 Calendar): October 7th October 7th is the anniversary of the glorious victory won in 1571 by the Christian forces over the Turkish fleet at Lepanto. This triumph of the Cross ... discuss

VIDEO: "The Rosary" (Ethelbert Nevin). Recorded September 23, 1951 for The Mario Lanza Show, with studio orchestra conducted by Ray Sinatra.Today, the western Church celebrates the Feast of Our Lady o ... discuss

Holy smokes.  Just when you think it couldn’t get any worse in the Canadian Church, disappoint abounds.  Fresh off his star appearance at the Den of Dissent conference here in Ottawa, Gregory ... discuss

T On Oct. 4, Roman Catholics celebrate the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, the Italian deacon who brought renewal to the Church through his decision to follow Jesus' words as literally as possi ... discuss

Today is the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, “the little beggar”, who is perhaps the most popular saint in history.Francis Bernardone was born in 1182 in Assisi, Italy. His baptismal name was ... discuss

was born in 1182, the son of a wealthy cloth merchant. His early years were frivolous, but an experience of sickness and another of military service were instrumental in leading him to reflect on the ... discuss

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Jerome was the foremost biblical scholar of the ancient Church. His translation of the Bible, along with his commentaries and homilies on the biblical books, have made him a major intellectual force i ... discuss

This is one of my favorite feast days so I re-present one of my favorite posts about it.ST. MICHAEL THE ARCHANGELST. GABRIEL THE ARCHANGELST. RAPHAEL THE ARCHANGELAll art from Gryphon Rampant whe ... discuss

Greater Double (1955 Calendar): September 24 The Order of Our Lady of Ransom was founded in the Thirteenth Century by St. Peter Nolasco (Jan. 31) and St. Raymond of Pennafort (Jan. 23), aided by King ... discuss

Although Ember Days are no longer considered required in mainstream Roman Catholicism following Vatican II, they can - and should - still be observed by the Faithful. In fact, many Traditional prie ... discuss

Calling all Teens! As part of 40 Days for Life in Pensacola, Bishop Gregory L. Parkes requests all teens and young adults to join him in prayer in front of the last abortion clinic in Pensacola. What ... discuss

Calling all Teens! As part of 40 Days for Life in Pensacola, Bishop Gregory L. Parkes requests all teens and young adults to join him in prayer in front of the last abortion clinic in Pensacola. What ... discuss

SAINTE-ADELE, Quebec, September 17, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – For the second year in a row, the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops (CCCB) has rejected a LifeSiteNews’ request for media ac ... discuss

…It’s all monotone in the Magic Circle, there’s an all-pervading drone and, peculiarly, things are too pleasant, akin to that disconcerting sense you get when meeting some cult membe ... discuss

From: Zionica News  Sent: Saturday, September 15, 2012 Subject: The Real Reason Obama Would Not Meet Netanyahu President Obama,     Take a stand with the United States ... discuss

Because she propagates widely disseminated myths about abortion history: 1. "Historically, a fetus has never (or very rarely) been considered a person or human being, at least not before "quickenin ... discuss

Well, you can, actually.We do NOT refer here to the "ordinary form" of the Roman Mass, also known as the "Novus Ordo Missae," promulgated by Pope Paul VI in 1969, and celebrated in its normative state ... discuss

The Late Night with Jimmy Fallon assault on Mitt Romney continues.David Gregory was Fallon's guest on Wednesday.Late Night is getting way too political.Of course, David Letterman has been a Leftist ha ... discuss

St. John the Almsgiver by TitianToday is the memorial of St. John Chrysostom (ca. 347-407), a famous and controversial fourth century bishop and doctor of the Church.Born in Antioch, he studied law as ... discuss

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon continues its campaign to reelect Obama. The NBC "chimes" should be Obama's 2012 campaign theme music.Fallon's monologue began with a string of negative Mitt Romney jokes. ... discuss

Shock, horror, outrage -- Mitt Romney has betrayed the conservative cause, flip-flopped on his pledge to repeal ObamaCare, and isn't who he recently claimed to be! Grassfire Nation wants Romney to ... discuss

Democratic Platform “Opposes Any Effort” to Limit Abortions Democrats at the 2012 Democratic National Convention are set to approve a platform today that is unambiguously pro-abortion and oppo ... discuss

By CATHOLIC NEWS AGENCY/ EWTN NEWS | NEW ORLEANS — Archbishop Gregory Aymond of New Orleans prayed for victims of Hurricane Isaac as the archdiocese’s Catholic Charities affiliate ... discuss

Today's saint of the day, St. Gregory the Great, also known as Pope Saint Gregory I (540 - 604), was one of the most fascinating early Church leaders.Gregory was born in Rome, the son of a wealthy Rom ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for September 3 is St. Gregory the Great.St. Gregory was born at Rome in 540. He was successively senator and prefect of Rome before the age of 30. After five years he resigned an ... discuss

Consecrated Bishop of Rome on 3 September AD 590Living at a time when political and religious leadership in Europe often depended upon force of arms or strength of will more than the rule of law, Greg ... discuss

New Orleans, La., Sep 2, 2012 / 05:06 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond of New Orleans prayed for victims of Hurricane Isaac, as the archdiocese's Catholic Charities affiliate assesses ... discuss

New Orleans, La., Sep 2, 2012 / 05:06 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond of New Orleans prayed for victims of Hurricane Isaac, as the archdiocese's Catholic Charities affiliate assesses ... discuss

New Orleans, La., Sep 2, 2012 / 05:06 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond of New Orleans prayed for victims of Hurricane Isaac, as the archdiocese's Catholic Charities affiliate assesses ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. IV: Ordinary: 632 Psalter: Monday, Week II, 827 Proper of Saints: 1368 Common of Doctors: 1777 Common of Pastors: 1748 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Psal ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. IV: Ordinary: 632 Psalter: Monday, Week II, 827 Proper of Saints: 1368 Common of Doctors: 1777 Common of Pastors: 1748 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Psal ... discuss

As shockingly reported by the SSPX. How long can this silent apostacy go on? Kyrie eleison! First reported on August 28 by the Brazilian web-forum, FRATRESINUNUM, a “Day of the Mason” was obs ... discuss

On the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina Aug. 29, Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond offered prayers for people in the Archdiocese of New Orleans impacted by slow-moving Hurricane Isaac. The storm du ... discuss

The saint of the day for August 31 is St. Raymond Nonnatus.Raymond was born at Portella, Catalonia, Spain in 1204, the son of wealthy parents. He was delivered by cesarean section when his mother died ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for August 31 is St. Raymund Nonnatus.Peter Nolasco, a native of Languedoc, founded in the early thirteenth century a society known as the Mercedarians, devoted to ransoming Chris ... discuss

  The Democrat establishment’s attempts to generate hostility against Ann Romney for being a decent, normal person (or “corporate wife” as Fox News moonbat Juan Williams would ba ... discuss

28 August AD 430 Saint Augustine was one of the greatest of the Latin church fathers and was among the most significant influences in the formation of Western Christianity, including Lutheranism. He w ... discuss

Congressman Todd Akin “How do you answer the rape question?”  We get it all the time.  Our answer?  “Very carefully.” Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin set off a firestorm last week with ... discuss

Brothers and Sisters: Peace be with you! The first similarity between the Catholic and the Orthodox Churches I wish to explore is the commitment that both Churches have to receive, transmit, and reve ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for August 24 is St. Bartholomew.In St. John's Gospel, Bartholomew is known by the name Nathaniel (the liturgy does not always seem aware of this identity). He hailed from Cana in ... discuss

Thinking about the current Democrat president & his Senate's inability to pass a viable budget...   Three statisticians were hunting duck. A duck flew.  The first statistician fir ... discuss

The estate of a nephew of Margaret Mitchell has donated half of the trademark and literary rights to her famous Civil War novel “Gone with the Wind” to the Archdiocese of Atlanta.Joseph Mitchell, ... discuss

Today's saint of the day is St. Stephen of Hungary, the first Christian king of Hungary.Born a pagan, Stephen was baptized at age 10, along with his father, and was raised as a Christian. In 996, at a ... discuss

Today, Paul Wiseman weighed in the following article. It is not from a political viewpoint but looks at the facts and reality of our times. I normally do not share Associate Press articles but I am ... discuss

It's about time we laid the myth of Hitler's Pope to rest: There was one more enemy Stalin wanted to defeat: the Ukrainian Catholic Church — the last Vatican enclave in the Soviet Union. Those Chur ... discuss

Late Friday night/early Saturday morning, Chuck Todd, David Gregory, and Andrea Mitchell were on MSNBC, live, discussing the breaking news, that Paul Ryan would be Mitt Romney's running mate.Mitchell ... discuss

The Westboro Cult - I’m all for this. It is abundantly clear to most Americans that the “Westboro Baptist Church” is neither “Baptist” nor a “church” acc ... discuss

You become the 1st Bishop of the newly formed diocese of Dubuque.No this is not a joke. The event took place while he was a seminarian for the Archdiocese of Lyon, France. Because he had trouble learn ... discuss

"The smartphone is like a pencil -- not one person (nor government) knows how to make one," says Dr. Jay W. Richards, IFWE Visiting Scholar Contact: Kristin Hansen, 703-962-7818; Gregory Ayers, 703- ... discuss

The U.S. men's gymnastic team struggled yesterday, coming up short, no medal.Today is a new day. The U.S. women gymnasts have something to celebrate.No, not socialized medicine.GOLD!(U.S. gymnasts cel ... discuss

Maj. Gregory Darlow of the South Dakota Army National Guard will visually present his Iraq War experiences on Saturday, August 11th at Western Dakota Technical Institute in Rapid City, 9-11 am, an eve ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for July 31 is St. Ignatius of Loyola.Ignatius, by nation a Spaniard, was born of a noble family at Loyola, in Cantabria. At first he attended the court of the Catholic king, and ... discuss

According to an email sent at noon from the Diocese of Orlando, Pope Benedict XVI announced the appointment of Father Gregory Parkes as Bishop of Pensacola-Tallahassee.From the email by Bishop John N ... discuss

29 July AD 1028; transferred to 27 July Ólafr Haraldsson (also known as Olav, Olafe, Oláfr hinn helgi, and Olavus rex) was born in 995 to Harald Grenske and Åsta Gudbrandsdatter. Snoore says that h ... discuss

Texas Atty General Greg Abbott Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott: Some partisans use blustery rhetoric against Texas' voter ID law. But when viewed under a courtroom microscope — under oath — ... discuss

Petition Papal Nuncio to decline invitation to "Vatican II for the Next Generation" Conference at St. Paul's University in Ottawa, scheduled for September 27-29, 2012. The Speaker list! Gregory ... discuss

Today, July 23, the Church celebrates the feast of St. Bridget (Birgitta) of Sweden, who was a widow and Third Order Franciscan (1303 – 1373).St. Bridget is known for her astonishing revel ... discuss

was born at Caesarea, Cappadocia. Her parents were Basil the Elder and Emmelia, and her grandmother was Macrina the Elder. Among her nine siblings were two of the three Cappadocian Fathers, Basil the ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for July 17 is St. Leo IV.The universal Church celebrates the life of St. Leo IV on July 17. Both a Roman and the son of Radoald, Leo was unanimously elected to succeed Sergius II ... discuss

A Benedictine Response to the Culture of DeathOn July 11, we celebrated the Memorial of Saint Benedict of Nursia -- the founder and patron of Western Monasticism. St. Benedict (ca. 480 to 547 AD) was ... discuss

He was born at Bagnoregio in Latium, not far from Viterbo. Almost nothing is known of his childhood, other than the names of his parents, Giovanni di Fidanza and Maria Ritella.He entered the Francisca ... discuss

Today is the feast of St. Benedict of Nursia, the twin brother of St. Scholastica, the patron of Europe, and the founder of Western monasticism.Biography:Tradition teaches that St. Benedict lived ... discuss

By Lord AltonIn the next few days there will be yet another conference – this time in London -aiming to control population. It’s poverty which needs to be attacked not people. When poverty reduces ... discuss

Check out the below stories from this week. We still have a long way to go, but we're staying on offense through November. We want our Country and a growing economy back.  The image included is ... discuss

The heretic Martin Luther remarked, “No one must be constrained. Liberty is the very essence of faith.”  Such a statement, which has rooted itself in Western Democracies in our Post-Enligh ... discuss

Washington Examiner reports one of Hoekstra's top signature-gatherers is petitioning pro, convicted felon DETROIT, MI - Republican U.S. Senate candidate Gary Glenn, whose candidacy is endorsed by ... discuss

by Lord AltonThe so-called consultation on the Falconer proposals is intended to provide a cloak of respectability for a Bill which will lead to doctors being required to take the lives of some patien ... discuss

Good morning. Kinda like “life is too short waste drinking bad beer” Scientific malpractice. On American heresies. A famous American Orthodox man passed away. He will be remembered. &# ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for July 3 is St. Thomas.There is very little about the apostle Thomas in the Gospels; one text calls him the "twin." Rarely during Jesus' lifetime does he stand out among his col ... discuss

July 3rd is typically remembered as the III Class Feast of St. Irenaeus (for the 1962 calendar), but it is the Feast St. Leo II with a commemoration of Octave of Sts. Peter and Paul in the 1954 Gene ... discuss

Hat Tip: BB Read more at Freedom’s Lighthouse… ... discuss

In anticipation of the upcoming Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare and the public option-private insurance mandate vote, my President Barack Obama ( on a unicorn ) / Soviet Leader Joseph Stalin / Dr. G ... discuss

DNC Video: “Mitt Romney: Little to Like” www.democrats.org http www.facebook.com As seen on: BuzzFeed www.buzzfeed.com National Journal www.nationaljournal.com The Hill thehill.com Today M ... discuss

One of the Cappadocian Fathers, Basil was born at Caesarea in Cappadocia around 330. His brother was Gregory of Nyssa and his sister Macrina. He was a brilliant theologian, a founder of monasticism an ... discuss

Today is the memorial of my one of my favorite saints -- St. Anthony of Padua, a Doctor of the Church, a Franciscan priest known as the "Hammer of the Heretics", the "Wonder Worker", and the "Ark of t ... discuss

I was thrilled to see Msgr. Gregory Smith @ Salt & Light interviewed by Fr. Thomas Rosica. They talked about topics like vocational journey, new evangelization, charismatic movement, CCO, Westminster ... discuss

June 5, 2012. (Romereports.com) Just a few feet away from St. Peter's Basilica, is one of the most important research centers of the Catholic Church. It's called the Augustinian Patristic Institu ... discuss

From: The Independent Institute  Sent: Monday, June 04, 2012  Subject: Federal Drug Raids Federal Law Enforcement Is Going to Pot     Like his predecessor George W. ... discuss

I am told that the Rite of Blessing of a Child in the Womb is approved for use by the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales.I understand that Blessing forms part of the (US) Book of Blessi ... discuss

Although Ember Days are no longer considered required in mainstream Roman Catholicism following Vatican II, they can - and should - still be observed by the Faithful. In fact, many Traditional priest ... discuss

Today is the feast of one of my favorite saints, St. Philip Neri, who is known for his charm, cheerfulness, and wonderful sense of humor. He was born in Florence, Italy on July 22, 1515, one of four c ... discuss

was a Benedictine monk who became the first Archbishop of Canterbury in 598. He is considered the "Apostle to the English",a founder of the English Church, and a patron of England.The Christian Church ... discuss

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