No date yet for resumption of public masses in Alberta

There’s no date yet, but Alberta’s Catholic bishops are working to develop a plan for the eventual reinstatement of public celebrations of the Mass amid COVID-19 pandemic restrictions. Read the Whole Article at its Original...

The Wolf and the Hunt for the Relics of a Royal Martyr

By K.V. Turley | Three kings play contrasting roles in this story. In 1539, on the orders of Henry VIII, the Benedictine Abbey of Bury St. Edmunds was destroyed. It had been founded five centuries earlier in 1020 by another… Read the Whole Article at its...

Howard Zinn’s Fake History

By Anna Abbott | This February and March, former Democrat presidential candidate Bernie Sanders sparked controversy by praising the Communist regimes of China and Cuba. Sanders’ base consists mainly of young people who don’t… Read the Whole Article at its...

Baby Mary Sisters Safeguard a Precious Statue

By Kathy Schiffer | Just a block or so from St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, there live an order of nuns affectionately known as the “Baby Mary Sisters.” The actual name of their religious order is the Sisters of Charity or, more… Read the Whole Article at its...

‘Life-Giving Wounds’ — Healing for the Children of Divorce

By Justin McClain | I recently had the opportunity to interview Dr. Dan Meola regarding his ministry, Life-Giving Wounds (www.lifegivingwounds.org). The Meolas and the McClains are good friends, beginning when Dan attended The… Read the Whole Article at its...

Celebrating the Life of Down Syndrome Advocate Birthe Lejeune

By Solène Tadié | For more than two decades, she had been the voice of those who were denied the right to live. Birthe Lejeune, who died at the age of 92 after a long illness on May 6, returned to the… Read the Whole Article at its Original...