“The Saint is a medicine because he is an antidote. Indeed that is why the saint is often a martyr; he is mistaken for a poison because he is an antidote. He will generally be found restoring the world to sanity by exaggerating whatever the world neglects, which is by no means always the same… Read More Saints of Flesh and Blood
“A fascinating new look at the biblical, historical, and scientific evidence for Creation and the Flood. Learn from more than a dozen scientists and scholars as they explore the world around us in light of Genesis. Dr. Del Tackett, creator of “The Truth Project,” hikes through canyons, climbs up mountains, and dives below the sea… Read More Is Genesis History?
Ominous Nuclear Aggression. Thomas Merton on Moral Chaos, and “the worst insanity”. Thomas Merton: Nuclear Weapons and Sanity: “The generals and fighters on both sides, in World War II, the ones who carried out the total destruction of entire cities, these were the sane ones. Those who have invented and developed atomic bombs, thermonuclear bombs,… Read More Nuclear America: Haunted House
“Where the Church goes other ways, it goes astray“. NCRegister: “We have seen claims that Benedict’s and Pope St. John Paul II’s teachings have been ignored or even overturned during this pontificate. Is this website meant partly as a means to ensure his teaching remains alive and accessible in the face of this?” At a… Read More New Website Explores the Life and Work of Pope Emeritus
…. Human Compost Served to “Earth Mother Gaia”. Human remains can legally be used as compost from 2027 thanks to new California law aimed at tackling climate change “… AB 351 will provide an additional option for California residents that is more environmentally-friendly and gives them another choice for burial,’ Democratic Assembly member Cristina Garcia,… Read More Nothing Sacred
When making money is not a good enough reason for a talented Catholic Christian to “take a job”. What are we building? — See also Vocation Versus Job Hunting No man can serve two masters, the Lord said. Consider: thе Vіdео Gаmе Іndustrу. “Lіkе аnу іndustrу, thе vіdео gаmе іndustrу сеrtаіnlу hаs іts fаіr shаrе… Read More When Making Money Is Not A Good Enough Reason
Note. SH.: While the Attorney General of the United States, the President’s brother, Robert F. Kennedy, was aggressively prosecuting the mob, we are asked to believe the President was, despite being barely able to walk, maintaining a reckless affair with a well-known mistress of a major principal mobster? Really? Notice any parallels to our own… Read More The posthumous Assassination of JFK
By Damian Thompson.The Spectator. When the Queen died, she was actually a Presbyterian. That’s because she was in residence at Balmoral, and all British monarchs change their religious identity when they arrive in Scotland. They board the Royal Train at King’s Cross as Supreme Governor of the Church of England, responsible for appointing bishops whom… Read More Why Queen Elizabeth was a Presbyterian when she died
A most beautiful offering for the sick of body or mind. Robert Philip Reed today is an auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Boston and the president of the television network CatholicTV. “How rich are the depths of God – how deep His wisdom and knowledge – and how impossible to penetrate His motives or understand His methods! All that exists comes… Read More Rosary for the Sick. Sorrowful Mysteries.
by Dr. Tom Snyder, PhD. Joseph Campbell “didn’t have an ideology or a theology,” claims reporter Bill Moyers in his 1988 The Power of Myth television series, frequently broadcast on PBS stations across America. During the six hours of intense interviews with the late mythologist, however, Campbell proves Moyers wrong. The supposedly non-existent theology of Campbell permeates… Read More Myth Perceptions, Joseph Campbell’s Power of Deceit
By: Ralph Woodrow This article first appeared in the volume 22, number 2 (2000) issue of the Christian Research Journal. In my earlier Christian experience, certain literature fell into my hands that claimed a considerable amount of Babylonian paganism had been mixed into Christianity. While the Roman Catholic Church was the primary target of this criticism,… Read More The Two Babylons?
If there has been a better talk on Confession in recent years, I haven’t heard it.