Fr. Gerald E. Murray, The Catholic Thing - Athanasius Schneider, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of St. Mary in Astana, Kazakhstan has recently published an important book… Schneider tackles the present crisis in the Church with profound wisdom and supernatural frankness. He tells the truth with charity. His defense of the doctrine of the Faith is welcome and spiritually refreshing, given the undermining of Catholic dogma and morality by certain clerical and lay advocates of revolution in the Church.
By John-Henry Westen, LifeSiteNews - The man who tossed the infamous Pachamama statue into the Tiber River has revealed his identity today in a video explaining why he removed the "pagan idol” from Santa Maria in Transpontina church near the Vatican last month… Alexander Tschugguel, 26, of Vienna, Austria, spoke to LifeSite co-founder John-Henry Westen, telling him, “for me, it was really bad, because I saw in those statues and in those idols...a break of the First Commandment.” He says he was motivated simply by the desire to “bring pagan things out of a Catholic Church.”
By Lauretta Brown, National Catholic Register - The election of a new president and vice president will top the agenda at the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ fall assembly… Meeting in Baltimore Nov. 11-13, the bishops will also vote on seven action items, which include supplementing documents on faithful citizenship ahead of the 2020 U.S. presidential election and voting on changes for a sixth edition of the “Program of Priestly Formation.”…
American Life League - American Life League president Judie Brown issued the following statement today regarding the Ninth Circuit Court’s recent decision to uphold the block on birth control exemption for religious employers: The Ninth Circuit has once again trampled on religious freedom. Forcing groups to cover birth control for their employees when these groups have religious objections to such coverage is a violation of the Constitutional protection afforded to those who believe in God and embrace their faith as part of their corporate policy. Even though the Ninth Circuit Court is growing ever colder to the reality that God does exist, we know better.