Franciscan Media - Angela served Christ and Christ’s little ones with all her strength... Born in Siepraw, near Kraków, Poland, she was the 11th child of Bartlomiej and Ewa Salawa. In 1897, she moved to Kraków where her older sister Therese lived. Angela immediately began to gather together and instruct young women domestic workers.
By Donald DeMarco, NCRegister - During the COVID-19 pandemic many Catholics have been deprived of attending Mass. This deprivation has been ongoing for months, enough time for some Catholics to begin to think that the Mass is no longer central to their lives. It is important to remember, however, what one is giving up in deciding, after a long quarantine, not to return to Mass. The following offers 10 important reasons for returning to Mass that Catholics need to remember. ...
By Mike Huckabee, The Stream - Sometimes, I get up, look at the news, and there are so many similar stories, it’s almost as if the news had a theme that day. Wednesday’s theme appears to be a predictable one: voters’ remorse... Here’s a story by a woman who hated Donald Trump so much, she called him the “most dishonest person imaginable.” She even wrote a book to slam him, about how important the truth is, and she worked hard to elect Biden and celebrated his “victory.”
By Charlie Butts, OneNewsNow - One example is the Biden administration's recent firing of Sharon Fast Gustafson, who had gained a reputation for defending religious liberty, from her post as general counsel for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)... "It's significant that Gustafson, when she joined the EEOC, was vocally committed herself to the cause of religious liberty," Perry recalls. "I believe that that was of the fact that she might be problematic for an anti-faith administration."