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Burke and the pope, a miraculous medal, and the news Skip to content Hey everybo...
Burke and the pope, a miraculous medal, and the news Skip to content Hey everybody, I am sorry this newsletter is a bit late. Just before I pressed send, we confirmed some details of a story making news all over the Church — and you can read to the e...[Read More]
For years now, Pope Francis’ governance of the Roman Catholic Church has been seemingly designed to drive the church’s conservative and liberal wings ever further apart. Thus the persistent question hanging over his pontificate: How will he hold this...[Read More]
This Christmas season, Catholics can receive a plenary indulgence by praying in front of a nativity scene located in a Franciscan church. The indulgence will be available from December 8th, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, through February 2, ...[Read More]
St. John Henry Newman’s name was oft taken in vain during the recent Synod on Synodality for a synodal Church. Thankfully, the American bishops showed it due reverence at their recent meeting in Baltimore, voting in favor of Newman being declared a d...[Read More]
By Dr. Jeff Mirus ( bio – articles – email ) | Nov 28, 2023 I am struck by how frequently our own particular preoccupations drive our analysis of everything around us. That is a good thing if our own particular preoccupation is conversion...[Read More]
VATICAN CITY — Multiple sources are reporting that Pope Francis is planning on withdrawing Cardinal Raymond Burke’s Rome residence and salary because he sees him as working against the unity of the Church, although the Vatican has yet to officially a...[Read More]