By Pete Baklinski, LifeSiteNews - U.S. Cardinal Raymond Burke said that pro-abortion Catholics in public life such as President Joe Biden, who “obstinately and publicly” deny truths of the faith and act against them, must not only be denied Holy Communion but must now face the charge of the “crime of apostasy” where the “canonical penalty” for the guilty is “excommunication.”... “Such a person who claims to be a Catholic and yet promotes in such an open, obdurate, and aggressive way a crime like procured abortion is in the state, at least, of apostasy..."
By Billy Davis, Steve Jordahl, OneNewsNow - Citing two Biden administration officials, NBC News reported last week the Dept. of Homeland Security is working closely with private firms to monitor, analyze, and flag social media posts with the goal of rooting out potential terrorists... In particular, said one of the unnamed officials, the plan is to identify people online who are “prone” to being influenced by “toxic messaging” from foreign governments, terrorists, and domestic extremists through social media.
By Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture - The Easter Triduum approaches, promising us the most beautiful and solemn ceremonies in the Catholic liturgical tradition. But this year—like last year—for most Catholics that promise will be unfulfilled... Unless you are one of the fortunate few, you will not hear a performance of Allegri’s haunting Miserere this week. The congregation at your parish will not be invited to join in singing the Stabat Mater on Good Friday, or the traditional joyous hymns on Easter Sunday. ...
By Steven Ertelt, LifeNews, Micaiah Bilger - The Texas Senate voted Tuesday afternoon to pass legislation that would protect unborn babies from abortions once a heartbeat is detectable... The heartbeat bill, state Senate Bill 8, passed on third reading and now heads to the state House. Sponsored by state Sen. Bryan Hughes, R-Mineola, the bill would require abortionists to check for an unborn baby’s heartbeat and prohibit the abortion if it is detected. It would create criminal penalties for abortionists who violate the measure.