By Joannie Watson, Integrated Catholic - Pope Pius XII declared in 1950, “The Immaculate Mother of God, the ever Virgin Mary, having completed the course of her earthly life, was assumed body and soul into heavenly glory” (Munificentissimus Deus, 44). While this is a revealed truth (we could not know this without God’s revelation), it naturally follows from an understanding of the Immaculate Conception....
By David McLoone, LifeSiteNews - The agency, which is scheduled to be amalgamated with the NHS Test and Trace program and become the U.K. Health Security Agency next month, outlined a total of 300,010 “confirmed and provisional Delta cases” of the virus in England. Of these “cases,” 151,054 were found among unvaccinated individuals, amounting to just over 50 percent, whereas 117,115 of those testing positive had received at least one dose of the anti-COVID jabs.
By Abp. Carlo Maria Viganò, Church Militant - In this moment of very serious spiritual and material crisis in which the public authorities support the plans of the New World Order and the shepherds are silent accomplices in the face of the destruction of society and of the Church of Christ Herself, it is our sacred duty to unite ourselves to the spiritual battle, aligning ourselves without hesitation under the banners of Christ our King and Mary our Queen.
By Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture - The promulgation of Traditionis Custodes has given new urgency to an old debate about interpretation of the Second Vatican Council. Pope Francis believes that Catholics who prefer the traditional Latin Mass are likely to reject the Council’s teachings. Traditionalists counter that the Council’s teachings—in particular, those on the reform of the liturgy—have been regularly ignored. And so we return yet again to the question of whether the “spirit of Vatican II,” so frequently invoked by liberal Catholics, is at odds with the Council’s actual work.