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By:  Terence P. Jeffrey Meriam Ibrahim with her newborn daughter, Maya, in the Omdurman Federal Wome ... discuss

It seems that the art of mocking the Christian faith is nothing new to those in the acting profession, but it is ironic that one of the first actors to mock Christianity was also a martyr for the fait ... discuss

Erbil, Iraq, Aug 22, 2014 / 04:01 am (CNA/EWTN News).- Iraqi Christians' faith is not diminished, even as they face exile from their homes and profound suffering, an official with a Catholic pastoral ... discuss

Credit:  cheezburger.comMark Shea had a very interesting post today [HERE] concerning an article from The Remnant Newspaper, an ultra orthodox traditional newspaper whose main goal seems to be to ... discuss

Brian Burch, Catholic Vote: Pope Francis is pleading with the world:“Dear brothers and sisters: The news reports coming from Iraq leave us in dismay and disbelief...thousands of people, Children dy ... discuss

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2703975/Sudanese-mother-death-row-marrying-Christian-travels-Rome-guest-Italian-government.htmlLeon Watson and Daniel Bates, "The baby born on a prison floor to ... discuss

The thoughts expressed in the following press release parallel my thoughts exactly. Senator Rob Portman seeks the support of conservatives but betrays them when it is convenient and helpful  ... discuss

Yambio, Jul 14, 2014 / 02:03 am (CNA/EWTN News).- The “disgraceful case” of Sudanese Christian Meriam Ibrahim is only one of many examples of discrimination and harassment faced by Christi ... discuss

Text: Matthew 10:5a, 21-33In the name of the Father, and of the  Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.You and I are not masters and teachers.  We are servants and disciples.  We are t ... discuss

Let us see who has given witness Philip went down to the city of Samaria and proclaimed the Christ to them. With one accord, the crowds paid attention to what was said by Philip when they heard it an ... discuss

http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/release-meriam-ibrahim-dont-punish-her-for-her-faith.htmlI received an urgent request from LifeNews.com to sign a petition to Sudan to spare the life  of Chris ... discuss

Both of Colorado’s U.S. Senators have publicly called for a professional sports team in the nation’s capital to renounce a mascot deemed offensive by some. But if a Colorado high school opts to re ... discuss

Question: "I do not think the filioque is necessary to express orthodox theology about the Holy Spirit, nor do I think it must be said in the Creed. However, I find it difficult to believe the phrase ... discuss

December 14th is the feast of St. John of the Cross, priest and doctor of the Church.St. John of the Cross (along with St. Teresa of Avila) is one of the founders of the Discalced Carmelites and today ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for December 10 is St. Eulalia. St. Eulalia descended from one of the most prominent families in Spain. She was educated in the Christian religion and was taught the sentiments of ... discuss

Vatican City, Oct 29, 2013 / 10:16 am (CNA/EWTN News).- During his daily Mass Pope Francis reflected on the virtue of hope, stressing that it is a gift which does not disappoint, and warning of the fa ... discuss

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“As touching as Stewart’s interview with her was, and it was touching, it did overlook a big part of what makes Malala Malala, and that is her religion. Yousafzai is a Muslim, and sees the pot ... discuss

I was once a loyal follower of Michael Voris. At that time I saw the Catholic Church as being in a state of chaos.  It seemed that many Catholics were hardly even aware or caring about the teachi ... discuss

Columbia University’s copy is not working at the time of this post, so it’s being republished here. — Text of Address by Alexander Solzhenitsyn at Harvard Class Day Afternoon Exercis ... discuss

Source: Catholic Encyclopedia   The supremacy of conscience The supremacy of conscience is a great theme of discourse. \"Were its might equal to its right\", says Butler, \"it would rule the ... discuss

Twenty-Third Week In Ordinary Time(Click here for readings)Great crowds were traveling with Jesus, and he turned and addressed them, "If anyone comes to me without hating father and mother, wife and c ... discuss

It seems that the art of mocking the Christian faith is nothing new to those in the acting profession, but it is ironic that one of the first actors to mock Christianity was also a martyr for the fait ... 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

Pastor John MacArthur has announced a “strange fire” conference to be held this October, claiming that part of the charismatic movement “offers to God unacceptable worship, distorted worship. It ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek. ... discuss

“Abortion is not sacred ground; it is sacrilegious ground” In our recent post, Serial Scandalizer Pelosi Barely Opposed By The Church, we detailed Catholic Nancy Pelosi’s public cond ... discuss

We have now come to the eleventh station of the Cross - Jesus is nailed to the cross.The following is a description from frugalsites.net about what it meant to be nailed to the cross:At the site of ex ... discuss

II Peter 3:1–7: This is now the second letter that I am writing to you, beloved. In both of them I am stirring up your sincere mind by way of reminder, that you should remember the predictions of th ... discuss

Jerome Lejeune was born in France in 1926. Captivated at the age of 13 by Dr. Benassis, the hero of Balzac's novel 'The Country Doctor', he too wanted to become a country doctor, dedicated to the care ... discuss

I (your name), give and consecrate to the Sacred Heart of our Lord Jesus Christ, my person, my life, my actions, my pains and sufferings, so that I may be unwilling to make use of any part of my being ... discuss

I discovered this speech when a friend sent me a link from OrthodoxyToday.com. This is one of the most relevant and prophetic speeches concerning the dangers of modernism and secular humanism that I h ... discuss

class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"> In this chapter God spells out which animals are clean and which ones are unclean. God says, in so many words, “You shall eat this…you ... discuss

O n Saturday, Bishop McDonnell will be here to administer the Sacrament of Confirmation to those who have been preparing for it for quite some time. This is a good time to recall what this Sacrament ... discuss

It is difficult to comprehend that there is only about a week and a half left of Pope Benedict’s memorable and excellent papacy. This is a difficult time for Catholics, including myself. We cannot e ... discuss

The erudite President of the Pontifical Council for Culture, Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, would, under any circumstances, be on a short list  from which the College of Cardinals will select the n ... 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

Dear Brothers, I have convoked you to this Consistory, not only for the three canonizations, but also to communicate to you a decision of great importance for the life of the Church. After having repe ... discuss

I was at the grocery store the other day when I was unexpectedly confronted with an adult-oriented magazine located right next to the vitamin section. I immediately had to look away from the front cov ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 667 All from Proper of Seasons: 394 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 All from Proper of Seasons: 140 Evening Prayer I for the Solemnity of Chris ... discuss

Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. I: Ordinary: 658 Proper of Seasons: 384 (reading, concluding prayer) Complementary Psalter: 1095 (Series III, Midafternoon) Midafternoon Prayer for Monday, ... discuss

Steward and servant of an Alexandrian magistrate in Roman imperial Egypt. During the persecutions of Decius, Ischyrion’s employer demanded that he renounce Christianity and sacrifice to pagan gods. ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for November 27 is St. James Intercisus. A soldier and courtier to King Yezdigerd I of Persia in the early fifth century, James was a Christian who, during Yezdigerd’s persecuti ... discuss

Brethren: Peace and Good to All of you. Do you remember this post from almost four years ago?  Folks, this is from the Catholic News Agency: In exclusive comments made to CNA, the official ca ... 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

Regarding the nature of this hallowed union of States, Americans must never, ever forget how the Founders viewed this union and the States which comprise it.   We must get past the adolescent, ... discuss

(also, Winefride Welsh: Gwenffrewi; in modern English Winifrid and numerous variations) was a legendary 7th century Welsh noblewoman and abbess who was canonized after dying for the sake of her chasti ... discuss

Najran was a predominantly Christian city in the ancient Himyarite Kingdom of Yemen. The kingdom was known for it's religious diversity with the majority being of the Jewish faith and after ... discuss

  CAPPELLA PAPALE FOR THE CANONIZATION OF THE BLESSEDS: - JAMES BERTHIEU - PEDRO CALUNGSOD - JOHN BAPTIST PIAMARTA - MARIA OF MT CARMEL SALLÉS Y BARAN ... discuss

As reported this morning by the New Liturgical Movement, the Holy Father while presiding over the canonization of seven new saints restored the use of the Papal Fanon.  As explained by the Cathol ... discuss

The truth about the Fort Hood shooting - a video made by the survivors.   Origin: http://truthaboutforthood.com video source: http://youtu.be/DbHtwNex4Lk Watch on Youtube at: http://ww ... discuss

I’ve been wondering lately if it’s all up to me now, well I know not everythingis up to me, but am I the only one standing in my own way anymore?  Have I exhausted all the avenues on this pos ... 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

Sermon for the Feast of the Assumption 2012Preached by the Right Reverend Philip AndersonOur Lady of Clear Creek AbbeyLost City, OklahomaIn the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost. ... discuss

A bit more from Ratzinger's Introduction to Christianity. I have many other passages marked but realized that each needed more to lead into it and then some of the following conclusion. Indeed, this p ... discuss

Pope Benedict XVI arrived in Lebanon on Friday to urge peace at a time of great turmoil in the Middle East, saying the import of weapons to Syria during the country's civil war is a "grave sin." ... discuss

Published September 12, 2012 | By scribeBy Mike Filce, Crisis Magazine, Sept. 4, 2012 We rural people share a common understanding when it comes to our young: that it is essential for them to leave h ... discuss

Today, September 11, the Catholic Church honors Saint Paphnutius, an Egyptian monk who became a bishop, endured torture for the faith, and participated at the Ecumenical Council of Nicea in its confir ... 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

The Saint of the Day for September 7 is Saint Cloud.On Sept. 7, the Catholic Church honors the memory of Saint Clodoald, popularly known as Saint Cloud, who escaped from violent political intrigue to ... discuss

The Daily Beast is running a story about some of the prominent "conservatives" who crossed over to support Obama in 2008 (i.e. the "Obamacons"), noting that many of them are remaining steadfast in the ... discuss

It seems that the art of mocking the Christian faith is nothing new to those in the acting profession, but it is ironic that one of the first actors to mock Christianity was also a martyr for the fait ... discuss

Contact: Pastor Steven Andrew, USA Christian Ministries, 877-537-8734 SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 16, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Dr. Robert Jeffress of First Baptist Dallas is called to repent for diso ... discuss

How long, indeed, before employment in the public sector requires a profession of liberal principles? St John Fisher as painted by Hans Holbein From The Catholic Herald (UK) By Francis Phill ... discuss

< !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> STRONG>Unintended Consequences: ( http://harrolds.blogspot.com/2011/04/book-unintended-consequences.html#unintended ) ... discuss

< !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> STRONG>Unintended Consequences: ( http://harrolds.blogspot.com/2011/04/book-unintended-consequences.html#unintended ) ... discuss

< !DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN"> source: http://taoffc.com/current_issues.htm "The basis of our political systems is the right of the people to make and to ... discuss

Mons Müller: «No se pueden pronunciar los tres votos religiosos y después no tomarlos en serio» Bishop Müller: "You cannot pronounce the three religious vows and then not take them seriously"Bi ... discuss

A great little book: Sense Nonsense, by Francisco J. Garcia-Julve -- full of aphorisms, and sometimes seemingly paradoxical musings from the author.A few examples from the book (and some of these ... discuss

Charles Spurgeon, reflecting on 2 Timothy 4:13 (where Paul said to Timothy: “When you come, bring the cloak that I left with Carpus at Troas, also the books, and above all the parchments”): We do ... discuss

Today we commemorate St. Arsenius the Great.  St. Arsenius, an Anchorite, was born in 354 at Rome and died in 450 at Troe, in Egypt. Theodosius the Great, having requested the Emperor G ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for July 19   is St. Arsenius.St. Arsenius, an Anchorite, was born in 354 at Rome and died in 450 at Troe, in Egypt.Theodosius the Great, having requested the Emperor Gratian ... discuss

by Hilary White, Rome Correspondent VIENNA, June 29, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Months after Pope Benedict XVI and Vatican officials demanded action, the Cardinal Archbishop of Vienna, Christoph Sch ... discuss

Fellay’s long awaited decision - Vatican Insider Over the past few days, some of the priests who are closest to Bishops Tissier de Mallerays, de Gallareta and Williamson have been repeating that ... discuss

St. Alban was born in the third century in Roman Britain, and was martyred around 304. According to the English Christian historian, the Venerable Bede, Alban was a pagan, and a soldier in the Roman A ... discuss

Religious Freedom Under Siege: The Bishops Respondby Matthew J. Franck and William E. Simon Jr.June 20, 2012 The American Catholic bishops’ “Fortnight for Freedom,” which begins tomorrow, c ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - June 13, 2011: The U.S. House is in recess but some Representatives have been busy.  On Monday, we highlighted letters by members of Congress to President Obama on th ... discuss

from http://www.raymondibrahim.com/11798/graphic-video-tunisian-muslims-slaughter-convert Excerpt Liberal talk show host Tawfiq Okasha recently appeared on "Egypt Today" airing a video of Muslims in ... discuss

On 3 June 1886, thirty-two young men, pages of the court of King Mwanga of Buganda, were burned to death at Namugongo for their refusal to renounce Christianity. In the following months many other Chr ... discuss

I trust that my American readers will enjoy their Memorial Day today (and presumably most of them will enjoy the day by not spending a lot of time online). For the rest of us, here are some links wort ... discuss

Today's saint is St. Julia of Corsica, virgin and martyr in the fifth century.Saint Julia was a noble virgin of Carthage, who, when the city was taken by Genseric in 439, was sold for a slave to a pag ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for May 19 is St. Celestine.Celestine is a saint who will always be remembered for the bizarre manner in which he was elected Pope, his spectacular incompetence in that office, an ... discuss

Contact: Pastor Steven Andrew, USA Christian Ministries, 877-537-8734 SAN JOSE, Calif., May 17, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- "Joel Osteen has been caught in adultery to God and is betraying Jesus," s ... discuss

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Hat Tip: BB Read more at The Gateway Pundit… The Daily Caller reported: Klein also said Wright told him he “made it comfortable” for Obama to accept Christianity without having renounce his ... discuss

Christopher of Lycia - OrthodoxWiki: The holy, glorious and right-victorious great-Martyr Christopher of Lycia (d. 249) the Christ bearer (Greek: ο Άγιος Χριστόφορος ο Κυνοκ ... discuss

This piece first appeared in the Easter issue of On Fire, the magazine of the Salvation Army The idea that the Crucifixion and the Resurrection might not have happened as presented in the Bible is not ... discuss

The prophet Isaiah reminds us that you should never forget “the rock from which you are hewn.”And in the Book of Deuteronomy we are told to “remember the days of old; consider the generations lo ... discuss

From Worldview TimesBy Ed Decker  Almost 30 Years ago, the late BYU Professor and LDS author Cleon Skousen founded the Freemen Institute [later to be called The National Center for Constitutional ... discuss

Jesus said to them, “I assure you: Unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink His blood, you do not have life in yourselves.” John 6:53 Israel’s exodus from Egypt, as cel ... discuss

Dan Savage is a foul-mouthed, vile bully.Obama supports Savage and his anti-bullying project, "It Gets Better."Ben Shapiro, Breitbart's Big Government, writes:President Obama’s administration has fo ... discuss

Pastor O'Neal Dozier A prominent Florida pastor has called on Mitt Romney to renounce Mormon doctrines that are severely prejudicial against the black race. Reverend O'Neal Dozier sees the offensiv ... discuss

Known as Mark Rey and the "Poor Man's Lawyer," Fidelis was born in 1577 at Sigmaringen, Prussia. His studies took him to the University of Freiburg and eventually to the position of tutor for Wilhelm ... discuss

Among them St Martin, whose Feast falls today. A Catholic prayer book issued to US soldiers in 1944. If you wish to send it to anyone, especially in the military use this link. INTRODUCTION D ... discuss

John Kulikos was born in the Greek district of Epirus, in the city of Ioannina. His parents were pious, but he was orphaned at an early age, and he went to Constantinople. With the means left him by h ... discuss

Engratia, Lupercius, Julia, Caius, Crescentius, Successus, Martial, Urban, Quintilian, Publius, Fronto, Felix, Cecilian, Evodius, Primitivus, Apodemius, and four men all sharing the name Saturninus, w ... discuss

Justin was born around 100 (both his birth and death dates are approximate) at Flavia Neapolis (ancient Shechem, modern Nablus) in Samaria (the middle portion of Israel, between Galilee and Judea) of ... discuss

(from 04/01)lived during the thirteenth century, and was descended from the Kamska Bulgars and brought up as a Moslem. He was good and kindly towards the destitute, and when the Lord enlightened him w ... discuss

Because people will come to resent the peer pressure exerted on their thought process. "What? You think Jesus was divine! Ha ha ha! You're a dork!" It all smacks of Grade Seven. It's one thing to s ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for March 22 is St. Lea.St. Lea was a widow who lived in fourth century Rome and died around the year 384. After the death of her husband, she retired from the world to a monaster ... discuss

The saint of the day for March 22 is St. Lea of Rome.St. Lea was a widow who lived in fourth century Rome and died around the year 384. After the death of her husband, she retired from the world to a ... discuss

The Pope said that he and the bishops must recognize and admit the “deficiencies” in the teaching of the faith (catechesis) “of recent decades.” That teaching, he said, “failed at times to c ... discuss

Lincoln, NE/March 14, 2012/Operation Rescue -- Tony Ray Thornton, 56, who serves as CEO and President of the Planned Parenthood Association of Lubbock, was arrested and jailed Monday afternoon for in ... discuss

7 March AD 203At the dawn of the Third Century, Roman emperor Septimus Severus banned conversions to Christianity. Among those disobeying that edict were Vibia Perpetua, a young noblewoman, and her ma ... discuss

Contact: Rev. Patrick J. Mahoney, 540-538-4741 WASHINGTON, March 6, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- The event will be held in front of the Iranian Interests Section in Washington, D.C. located at 2209 W ... discuss

He who does not acquire the love of God will scarcely persevere in the grace of God, for it is very difficult to renounce sin merely through fear of chastisement. --St. Alphonsus Liguori Crossposte ... discuss

I did not write most of the following. My friend the Divine Miss Ess. wrote the majority. I did edit it and add a few words and links of my own. I toned it down. Some of it still makes me flinch. So ... discuss

3 March AD 1554John Frederick (Johann Friedrich), eldest son of John the Steadfast and nephew of Frederick the Wise of Saxony, was born in Torgau on 30 June 1503. He earned the appellation "John the M ... discuss

The best moment in the whole Narnia series by C.S. Lewis is when the enchantment of Prince Rilian in the land deep below the earth is broken by the heroes in the forth book, and he slices the silver c ... discuss

Lysiane Gagnon cautions the grits on the petit air headed, foul mouthed dauphin. Want to retweet that justin? Those who are remotely familiar with the Trudeau family have always known that Justin ... discuss

I stumbled upon this and thought it was a propos given that this is the season of Lent: 1. To desire ardently to increase in the love of Jesus Christ 2. To make acts of love toward Jesus Christ. Im ... discuss

How can we begin to understand our baptismal mandate to renounce evil? ... discuss

This week, after an Iranian court sentenced Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani to death because he refused to recant his faith in Christ, the White House and the State Department issued statements calling for h ... discuss

For going on six months the ACLJ has been working feverishly to raise awareness about the plight of a Christian Pastor ~ Yosef Nadarkhani and his family, who are being severely persecuted by Iran for ... discuss

I have not included on the blog all parts of Thomas Watson's book "The Christian Soldier: Heaven Taken By Storm", but some key portions which I felt would be most impactful and relevant for the day in ... discuss

It was the lead story on MSNBC's website today: Pres Obama sent a letter to the president of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, apologizing for the inadvertent burning of Qurans at a NATO base in that count ... discuss

Christ fasting in the desertThe Good Counsel Network's next national day of prayer and fasting for life is tomorrow, Ash Wednesday. Please support this initiative - the full details are below:And He s ... discuss

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In Part 3 of Thomas Watson's writing: The Christian Soldier: Heaven Taken By Storm, he addresses the topic of "violence" in relation to prayer and meditation. Part 4 - Prayer and Meditation3. The thir ... discuss

An Indian trade delegation will go to Iran to confirm its trade agreements. Washington warns New Delhi of the threat of fines, if it fails to fall in line with international community. The U.S. wants ... discuss

This is interesting. John Tabin has a post at AmSpec discussing the racism charge that is being leveled against CPAC for allowing ProEnglish to organize a panel on multiculturalism. Tabin’s post ... discuss

Talking heads and politicians often have a problem keeping their brains and their mouths, their hearts and their minds in proper sync. Listening, Hannity? O'Reilly? Beck? On the issue ... discuss

Feminists think that telling abortion stories will help de-stigmatize abortion. They believe that if enough women come out of the closet and announce they have had an abortion, it will influence peop ... discuss

1/18/12 Sudan (CDN) Sudan Threatens to Arrest Church Leaders -Sudan's Ministry of Guidance and Religious Endowments has threatened to arrest church leaders if they carry out evangelistic activities an ... discuss

Yesterday seemed a good day to revisit my copy of A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr. Included in Part II (Famous Sermons and Public Addresses) is his ... discuss

Yesterday seemed a good day to revisit my copy of A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches of Martin Luther King, Jr. Included in Part II (Famous Sermons and Public Addresses) is his ... discuss

Before the conversion of the Emperor Constantine in 312 AD, back in the days when Christianity was still a persecuted religion, the act of becoming a Christian involved turning one's back on the pursu ... discuss

The petition:  For the protection of the Holy Priesthood of the Roman Catholic Church and especially all falsely accused priests. Will you join us? {Leave us a comment so we know who is joining ... discuss

Don Feder writing about Ron Paul: To "get" Ron Paul you have to understand libertarianism -- an ism every bit as delusional as Marxism. The National Libertarian Party, which first ran a presidential c ... discuss

Welcoming Britain back into the North Atlantic economic community would be a win-win for all involved. From The Wall Street JournalBy Iain Murray and James C. Bennett In 1952, then-U.S. Secretary of S ... discuss

First of all, hope everyone had a Merry Christmas, and if you're Jewish ... a happy Hanukkah (which ends in the evening on December 28th). While yesterday, here in the U.S. and in non-Muslim countrie ... discuss

Nativity of the Saviour, Sermon 21, Homily 1 by Pope St Leo the Great:Nativity of the Saviour Sermon 21, Homily I by Pope St Leo the GreatI. All Share in the Joy of Christmas.Our Saviour, dearly-bel ... discuss

From the Sermons of St. Leo the Great; Sermon 21: On the Feast of the Nativity I I. All share in the joy of Christmas Our Saviour, dearly-beloved, was born today: let us be glad. For there is no pro ... discuss

Blessed Anna Maria Emmerich (1774-1824), an Augustinian nun and mystic who carried the stigmata, the Wounds of Christ, spent her entire life in a small area in Germany. She was privileged to behold in ... discuss

Steward and servant of an Alexandrian magistrate in Roman imperial Egypt. During the persecutions of Decius, Ischyrion’s employer demanded that he renounce Christianity and sacrifice to pagan gods. ... discuss

Artwork by JBarts.com.  Please visit & support this Christian artist.The following message from Russ Dizdar of Shatter the Darkness is on how to walk in the freedom and power of Christ (and bring ... discuss

20 December AD 1552Financial and marital circumstances led Katharina von Bora's (b.1499) parents to place her in a convent when she was but a child of five. In 1515, she became a nun. Later, she and s ... discuss

St. John of the Cross (along with St. Teresa of Avila) is one of the founders of the Discalced Carmelites and today is one of their principal feast days. I wish all my Discalced Carmelite friends a ve ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for December 10 is St. Eulalia.St. Eulalia descended from one of the best families in Spain. She was educated in the Christian religion, and in sentiments of perfect piety, from h ... discuss

It is, indeed, an Obama world that we now find ourselves in. While we've been preoccupied with a plethora of other disastrous Obama policies, military bureaucrats under Barack Obama passed a new rule ... discuss

I’m sorry to say the good people at CatholicVote.org are apparently starstruck. Blogged Josh Mercer yesterday:  The Gingrich campaign contacted me directly last night about the comments that he ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for December 1 is St. Edmond Campion.The most famous of the English martyrs, Edmund Campion (1540-1581) gave up a promising career at Oxford and an invitation to enter Queen Eliza ... discuss

Recently, a couple of lectures that John MacArthur gave on infant baptism have been making their way around the web. MacArthur begins by bringing up the issue of baptized non-Christians and unbaptized ... discuss

The slogan on my campaign literature reads "We The People." I hardly attribute my election victory to that slogan but I've been elected as a Representative of the people and plan to continue ... discuss

I believe it's well past time for us all to re-focus like a laser on what could well be a constitutional issue of calamitous historical proportions. Toward that end, I have carefully written this post ... discuss

Their response: "O Nebuchadnezzar, we do not need to defend ourselves before you in this matter. If we are thrown into the blazing furnace, the God we serve is able to save us from it, and he will res ... 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

Tony Perkin's FRC Washington Update: For several months, FRC has been calling on Christians and other people of conscience to call for the release of Iranian Pastor Youcef Nadarkhani, who has been tri ... discuss

My holy namesake. Folks, today, is the 27 Sunday in Ordinary Time, so the Resurrection of Our Lord always takes precedence, but along with the Christian Sabbath, we remember the Holy Guardian Angels a ... discuss

This is just awful: Evangelical Pastor Faces Imminent Execution in Iran By Joseph Perkins | Christian Post Contributor Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani needs Christians around the world to stand in the gap fo ... discuss

St. Vincent was born of poor parents in the village of Pouy in Gascony, France, about 1580. He enjoyed his first schooling under the Franciscan Fathers at Acqs. Such had been his progress in four year ... discuss

© Eric M Schumacher – Preached September 25, 2011 at Northbrook Baptist Church, Cedar Rapids(Audio will be available here. Also read/listen to: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3)(Audio sermon contains more&nb ... discuss

By:  Patrick Goodenough read more ... discuss

In this information age, ideas and facts are exchanged in blogs and comboxes and one tends to give everyone equal hearing or at least the benefit of the doubt.  This really blindsides people of g ... discuss

I read in a recent issue of the Washington Post that the newspaper’s future is being firmly staked on going “populist.” (I scan the Post, dear reader, so you don’t have to.) The column ran on ... discuss

It seems that the art of mocking the Christian faith is nothing new to those in the acting profession, but it is ironic that one of the first actors to mock Christianity was also a martyr for the fait ... discuss

Columbus, Ga.,  (CNA).- The Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers have notified Father Roy Bourgeois he will be dismissed from their order unless he renounces his “defiant stance” against Catholic tea ... discuss

I have been reflecting often that too many in ministry attempt too heartily to blend the Gospel message into the culture of the day.One obvious example comes to my mind. Driving around out here in Sou ... discuss

...The Law of God contains punishments for those who rebel against God’s righteousness. But it also contains commands that require us to do good to our neighbor. And this concept is what the apostle ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for July 19 is St. Arsenius.Anchorite; born 354, at Rome; died 450, at Troe, in Egypt. Theodosius the Great having requested the Emperor Gratian and Pope Damasus to find him in th ... discuss

Today we commemorate Silas and Margaret. Silas accompanied Paul as an evangelist to Turkey, Greece, and Macedonia.Margaret was born in Antioch and was a daughter of a pagan priest. She was scorned by ... discuss

Bell’s Hell - This is rather an interesting blog post from the editor of Rob Bell’s book Love Wins. It’s another case of someone marveling that Christians were quick and vocal in def ... discuss

The Cosmic & Universal Dimension of Liturgy There has been a lot of talk on some of my favorite Blogs about liturgy and what should and shouldn't occur at Mass. While some may take these postin ... discuss

Brethren, renowned Catholic critic of Islam Robert Spencer recently posted this entry on Jihad Watch that I wish to share with you with my own twist. I understand that many love to hate Robert Spencer ... discuss

Thebenefits of chastity include....• The integrity of life and loveplaced in theperson• The gift of authentic friendship• Fidelity in marriage, which leadsto strongfamily life• The a ... discuss

To understand the debate over the ratification of the Constitution it is necessary to first establish the context, for the study of a text without a context is a pretext.While it is not my usual routi ... discuss

St. Thomas More and St. John Fisher were canonized by Pope Pius XI on May 19, 1935 -- four hundred years after they sacrificed their lives for the Faith.  At the time these two saints and friends ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for June 20 is St. Alban.St. Alban was the first Christian martyr in Britain during the early 4th century. He is the patron saint of converts and torture victims.Even though he wa ... discuss

The saint of the day is St. Alban.St. Alban was the first Christian martyr in Britain during the early 4th century. He is the patron saint of converts and torture victims.Even though he was not a man ... discuss

by Patrick B. Craine HAMILTON, Ontario, June 3, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Concerned Catholic Parents of Ontario organization is holding a prayer vigil on June 12th in an effort to convince Ontar ... discuss

On 3 June 1886, thirty-two young men, pages of the court of King Mwanga of Buganda, were burned to death at Namugongo for their refusal to renounce Christianity. In the following months many other Chr ... discuss

On her CanyonWalker blog, Kathy Baldock has written the first lengthy review of A Queer Thing Happened to America, and immediately after it was posted, others began to read and refer to it rather than ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for May 19 is St. Celestine V.Born 1215, in the Neapolitan province of Moline; elected at Perugia 5 July, 1294; crowned at Aquila, 29 August; abdicated at Naples, 13 Dec., 1294; d ... discuss

In response to this… —— Pamela Geller, As a Fundamentalist Christian. I am sorry to say this, but, it must be said. It is quite obvious to me, that you are nothing more, than an Ant ... discuss

In response to this… —— Pamela Geller, As a Fundamentalist Christian. I am sorry to say this, but, it must be said. It is quite obvious to me, that you are nothing more, than an Ant ... discuss

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Republican Mitt Romney outlined a national health care plan Thursday that would empower states to decide coverage rules, spelling out differences with President Barack Obama' ... discuss

"When the Paraclete comes, whom I will send you, the Spirit of truth who proceeds from the Father, he will bear witness about me" [John 15:26]. These words are the words of our Savior Christ Jesus i ... discuss

Prof Mansur is quite right, President Bush was vindicated and all Muslims should renounce all of osama's evil. Nine days after al-Qaida terrorists attacked the United States, then-U.S. president Geor ... discuss

by Patrick B. Craine HAMILTON, Ontario, April 21, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – An organization of Ontario Catholic parents is launching a 50-day prayer campaign on Good Friday in an effort to convince ... discuss

John Kulikos was born in the Greek district of Epirus, in the city of Ioannina. His parents were pious, but he was orphaned at an early age, and he went to Constantinople. With the means left him by h ... discuss

Engratia, Lupercius, Julia, Caius, Crescentius, Successus, Martial, Urban, Quintilian, Publius, Fronto, Felix, Cecilian, Evodius, Primitivus, Apodemius, and four men all sharing the name Saturninus, w ... discuss

Justin was born around 100 (both his birth and death dates are approximate) at Flavia Neapolis (ancient Shechem, modern Nablus) in Samaria (the middle portion of Israel, between Galilee and Judea) of ... discuss

"When the Paraclete comes, whom I will send you, the Spirit of truth who proceeds from the Father, he will bear witness about me" [John 15:26]. These words are the words of our Savior Christ Jesus i ... discuss

Father Nicolas Schwizer I would like to invite you at the beginning of this Holy Week to accompany Jesus, to become one with Him, to actualize his Passion (feel the effect of his Passion) because ... discuss

lived during the thirteenth century, and was descended from the Kamska Bulgars and brought up as a Moslem. He was good and kindly towards the destitute, and when the Lord enlightened him with the ligh ... discuss

"Watch ye, stand fast in the faith, quit you like men, be strong." I Corinthians 6:13The phrase "quit you like men"  or "Act Like Men" is the Greek word andrizomai which means "to make a man of, ... discuss

The Saint of the Day for March 22 is St. Lea.St. Lea was a widow who lived in fourth century Rome and died around the year 384. After the death of her husband, she retired from the world to a monaster ... discuss

The saint of the day is St. Lea .St. Lea was a widow who lived in fourth century Rome and died around the year 384. After the death of her husband, she retired from the world to a monastery and eventu ... discuss

Galatians 4:8-11 – The Slave-Freeing Gospel© Eric M SchumacherPreached March 20, 2011 at Northbrook Baptist Church, Cedar RapidsAudio will be available here. (Suggested resource: Galatians, Thomas ... discuss

Businesses in Wisconsin have been targeted with boycotts by union bosses and their minions. Boycott Scott Walker Contributors, on Facebook, is a "meeting place for the movement to boycott major contri ... discuss

Not only is today the beginning of the 40 days of Lent, it is also the commemoration of the Forty Holy Martyrs of Sebaste. The following is taken from this website.When the pagan Licinius ruled the ea ... discuss

Mindful of the litany of revisionist case law since the Constitution's ratification, it is clear that stare decisis is a judicial principle fraught with constitutional perils. Why? One corrupted court ... discuss

7 March AD 203At the dawn of the Third Century, Roman emperor Septimus Severus banned conversions to Christianity. Among those disobeying that edict were Vibia Perpetua, a young noblewoman, and her ma ... discuss

Government officials seized the homes and land of 18 families, herded into a temporary camp without food. Neighbours are prevented from giving them food. For the Communist regime, they must abjure the ... discuss

Last time we looked at the question, “How do we end our prayers?” Most of us end our prayers with the little phrase, “In the name of Jesus. Amen.” Now, I ask you this: how does the Lord’s Pr ... discuss

Quite the firestorm here today in our state capital. A bill I co-sponsored has been spun out of control by pro-abortion bloggers and then, even media venues we'd hope would be more responsible ran wit ... discuss

I was surprised by how much I liked Unplanned. I'll be honest, I usually find books within the Christian publishing industry to be lacking. It bothers me because my books are published by Christian ... discuss

By: E.W. Sumner An Islamic-Mormon connection? Come on now, you can’t be serious that there is some sort of connection between Osama bin Laden and Donny and Marie? Well folks, the Church of Je ... discuss

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TYRANNY FROM THE WHITEHOUSE Expert on Leadership Says Obama’s Style Reminiscent of King George Waco, Texas—With 58 percent of Independent voters expressing a negative opinion ... discuss

Let us consider the words of our current President, spoken in regards to the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion:Today marks the 38th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Co ... discuss




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