By Lianne Laurence, LifeSiteNews - Hell is “not closed or empty,” and Our Lady’s plea at Fatima for prayers and sacrifice to save souls from eternal damnation remains “urgent and for today,” Fr. Serafino Lanzetta told the Rome Life Forum... A parish priest of St. Mary’s, Gosport, in the diocese of Portsmouth, U.K., where he is a member of a Marian Franciscan community, Fr. Lanzetta gave an address on “co-redemption and Marian consecration in the light of the Fatima message for our times,” for the 7th annual Rome Life Forum.
By Chad Groening, Steve Jordahl, OneNewsNow - Marie Fischer, a member of the Project 21 Black Leadership Network, says it has been like a perfect storm... "We've never had it on this level," she tells OneNewsNow... "The most frightening aspect of this to me … seems to be the complacency of leadership that's allowing the violence to continue to spiral," he describes. "It's shocking to me. The few number of arrests that have taken place during all of this looting and rioting and shooting and killing is stunningly small.
By Fr. John Zuhlsdorf - The following prayer was composed by John Carroll, Archbishop of Baltimore, in 1791. He was the first bishop appointed for the United States in 1789 by Pope Pius VI. He was made the first archbishop when his see of Baltimore was elevated to the status of an archdiocese. John was a cousin of Charles Carroll of Maryland, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.