By Martin M. Barillas, LifeSiteNews - The parish bulletin of Holy Name Cathedral in the Chicago archdiocese advertised that a group of parishioners is getting together to watch the pornographic film Rocketman… Father Greg Sakowicz serves as rector of the cathedral, which is the see of Cardinal Blase Cupich. The bulletin of the parish he serves lists a number of different activities involving parishioners, including a Shabbat service at a Chicago synagogue, a book group, “Centering Prayer,” and an “Afternoon Movie Group.”
By Tara Ross, The Daily Signal - Electoral College foes have been trying to get their way in Nevada for a decade. Have they finally succeeded?.. Nevada’s state Senate approved National Popular Vote legislation on Tuesday. The measure is now awaiting approval from Gov. Steve Sisolak, a Democrat… The governor’s signature will add Nevada to a growing movement to ditch the Electoral College. Worse, Maine and Oregon could be close behind: National Popular Vote’s plan has already been approved by both states’ senates.
By David Warren, The Catholic Thing - My own secret views, which I will now share with the public, are in opposition to every centralized, bureaucratic organization in the world, except possibly the Catholic Church. And to her, too, when, as recently, she begins to mimic a centralized, bureaucratic organization, soft-pedaling her spiritual mission… I am what is called a subsidiarist, who would prefer that we deal with all our worldly problems from the ground, up, not from the top, down…
By Fr. Dwight Longenecker, The Stream - Everybody likes a good apocalypse. The thought of an imminent end of the world gives a certain pungency and urgency to life… For some Protestants the Lord Jesus is going to return in glory and all the true believers will be raptured. Catholics of a certain type focus on the prophecies of Fatima and apparitions of Mary the mother of Jesus… Secularists have their own apocalyptic stories. At the end of the last century the millennium bug was going to cause a global meltdown.