Franciscan Media - Frances’ life combines aspects of secular and religious life. A devoted and loving wife, she longed for a lifestyle of prayer and service, so she organized a group of women to minister to the needs of Rome’s poor... Born of wealthy parents, Frances found herself attracted to the religious life during her youth. ...
By William Mahoney, Ph.D, Church Militant - While some prelates joined Pope Francis' crackdown on the Traditional Latin Mass, or TLM, it doesn't seem to be as many as one might think. A first-of-its-kind survey of almost 5,000 TLM participants from coast to coast revealed some noteworthy trends in the burgeoning movement... Church Militant's William Mahoney discusses the survey with the head of the group behind it... Claudia Wert: "I think the Latin Mass kind of speaks for itself; its beauty and its eternal nature really are a natural draw to people."
By Louis Knuffke, LifeSiteNews - When a trucker in Hagerstown was asked why he was there, he replied, 'We’re going to end the vaccine mandates. We’re going to end the state of emergency.'... The People’s Convoy, based now in Hagerstown, MD, and Dominion Raceway, just outside of D.C. ... is currently made up of about 2,000 vehicles, including several hundred trucks, according to local news reports.
By Sheryl Collmer, Crisis Magazine - The People’s Convoy is the best show in town right now, if you can manage to get any information about it. The media ignores it, even as it daily grows. Like the song says, “The revolution will not be televised.” You almost have to be on the route and see it with your own eyes to know about it. And it’s an awesome sight. One 18-wheeler is impressive; hundreds of them, nose to tail, are stunning... This is a tribe united in purpose: to end mandates and call our supposedly representative government to serve the people again. Their mantra is “They serve us.”