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President Trump on National Day of Prayer: “Never Forget That All Things are Possible With God”

May 8, 2020 World News Comments Off on President Trump on National Day of Prayer: “Never Forget That All Things are Possible With God”

On this National Day of Prayer, Americans reaffirm that prayer guides and strengthens our Nation, and we express, with humility and gratitude, our “firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence.”  As one Nation under God, we share a legacy of faith that sustains and inspires us and a heritage of religious liberty.  Today, we join together and lift up our hearts, remembering the words of 1 John 5:14 that tell us when “we ask anything according to His will, He hears us.” From our earliest days, our dependence upon God has brought us to seek His divine counsel and unfailing wisdom.  Our leaders have often encouraged their fellow citizens to seek wisdom from God and have recognized God’s power…Continue Reading

Coronavirus In Minnesota: Archbishop Hebda Gives Guidelines For Reopening Catholic Churches

May 6, 2020 World News Comments Off on Coronavirus In Minnesota: Archbishop Hebda Gives Guidelines For Reopening Catholic Churches

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Archbishop Bernard Hebda, head of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, says he anticipates reopening churches on May 18, which is when the state’s current stay-at-home order expires. In a letter to Catholics, he outlined strict guidelines for social distancing and sanitation. Unable to pray at their churches, dozens of Catholics gathered at the Minnesota State Capitol Sunday morning. The group that organized the gathering says the “shut down of religion in Minnesota” has been going on for too long, and they want to practice their religion alongside one another

Joe Biden Calls Killing Babies in Abortions “Essential Health Care That Cannot be Delayed”

April 29, 2020 World News Comments Off on Joe Biden Calls Killing Babies in Abortions “Essential Health Care That Cannot be Delayed”

Today, presumed Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden stated that abortions are “essential health care that cannot be delayed” during the COVID-19 pandemic. Biden’s statement was in response to a question during a virtual town hall in which pro-abortion former 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton endorsed him.

Archbishop Viganò: Third Secret of Fatima has not yet been fully published

April 23, 2020 World News Comments Off on Archbishop Viganò: Third Secret of Fatima has not yet been fully published

April 22, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – In a stunning new interview, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, the former papal nuncio in Washington, D.C. and the prelate who accused Pope Francis of covering up the crimes of Theodore McCarrick, has now publicly stated that he does not believe that the Vatican up to today has published the full Third Secret of Fatima. This report has already found interest in Italy, by outlets such as Corrispondenza Romana and Stilum Curiae. Speakin

George Pell: In the suffering, we find redemption

April 10, 2020 World News Comments Off on George Pell: In the suffering, we find redemption

Every person suffers. None escapes all the time. Everyone is confronted with a couple of questions. What should I do in this situation? Why is there so much evil and suffering? And why did this happen to me? Why the coronavirus pandemic? The ancient Greeks and Romans thought the gods were capricious, liable to punish without reason. It is claimed that when we wrap up our Christmas presents we are following the ancient practice of those offering a sacrifice to a particular god who would cover it so the other gods would not be jealous. The atheists today

Covid-19: First Catholic bishop dies of coronavirus

March 27, 2020 World News Comments Off on Covid-19: First Catholic bishop dies of coronavirus

Ethiopia’s Apostolic Vicar, Bishop Angelo Moreschi, has died. He is the first Catholic Bishop to succumb to the coronavirus pandemic. By Fr. Benedict Mayaki, SJ Italian missionary and Apostolic Vicar to Ethiopia’s Gambella Vicariate, Bishop Angelo Moreschi, SDB, died on Wednesday, 25 March. Announcing his death, the Salesian News Agency states: “The Salesian community mourns the death of the Apostolic Vicar of Gambella (Ethiopia), namely Bishop Angelo Moreschi, SDB, who died today, March 25, in Brescia (Italy) due to the coronavirus.” “In his mission as Prefect and then as Apostolic Vicar, he continued to embody the Salesian focus in helping children, a

Catholic church offers curbside confessions during coronavirus outbreak

March 26, 2020 World News Comments Off on Catholic church offers curbside confessions during coronavirus outbreak

STILLWATER, Minn. — Drive-thrus, curbside pick-up, contactless methods. We’re becoming best buds with terms like these as we try our best to stay home, and flatten the curve of the coronavirus outbreak. However, today, we’re not talking about food or restaurants. We’re talking about faith. Fifteen years of priesthood have yet to bring anything like this to Father Michael Izen, of St. Mary’s and St. Michael’s Catholic Churches in Stillwater.

All priests, half of seminarians at traditional Catholic order infected by coronavirus

March 21, 2020 World News Comments Off on All priests, half of seminarians at traditional Catholic order infected by coronavirus

OPFENBACH, Germany, March 20, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – Almost all priests and roughly half of the seminarians currently at a German seminary of the Priestly Fraternity of St. Peter (FSSP), a traditionalist community of priests and seminarians, have been infected by the coronavirus. On the evening of March 13, the seminary had first announced that a priest, who stayed at the seminary as a guest, had contracted the virus. At the time, the community, which is dedicated to the celebration of the Traditional Latin Mass, had stated that all Masses in Wigratzbad would take place without the seminarians joining. “With the

Catholic Herald US to shut down offices

March 8, 2020 World News Comments Off on Catholic Herald US to shut down offices

The Catholic Herald’s U.S. edition is shutting down its offices in Washington, D.C., after less than two years of publication, people familiar with the matter told the Washington Examiner. The magazine, which claims to be “America’s only national Catholic weekly magazine of current affairs and culture,” reached the decision after concluding that its operations had been mismanaged, a person familiar with the matter said. The magazine’s ownership “didn’t have realistic expectations” at any point in the publication’s effort to build a presence in the United States, he added. A spokesman for the Catholic Herald told the Washington Examiner that the magazine is closing its D.C. offices to build a more “digitally focused Catholic media business.” The Catholic Herald has plans…Continue Reading

Middle school hangs LGBT flag in cafeteria, bans flag of traditional family

March 8, 2020 World News Comments Off on Middle school hangs LGBT flag in cafeteria, bans flag of traditional family

MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota, March 6, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – A small town Minnesota school has become a center of controversy because of a LGBT pride flag hanging in its cafeteria. Following several weeks of parental and community concern, packed school board meetings, and student anxiety, Thomas More Society attorneys have requested an array of formal documents from school officials to investigate how policies may have been violated in this scenario. Marshall Middle School in Marshall, Minnesota, serves 679 students in grades 5 to 8. The rainbow pride flag