By Joe Sixpack, The Every Catholic Guy, Church Militant - When we recite the Creed, there's one required thing I hardly ever see anyone do. The Nicene Creed says, "For the sake of us men and for our salvation, He came down from Heaven, was made flesh by the Holy Spirit from the Virgin Mary and became man." During this sentence, we're supposed to bow (except at Christmas Mass, when we kneel). The reason we do this is to pay homage to the fact of the Incarnation — when God became man.
By Michael J. Matt, Editor, Remnant Newspaper - "If science can't be questioned, it's not science anymore; it's propaganda," Rodgers told an excited McAffee... "That's the truth," he added. "When did science become this blind agreement [about] not having any debate over what can actually heal people and work for people. That makes no sense to me."
By Martin Mosebach, First Things - In Traditionis Custodes, Pope Francis has given a command. He does this at a time when papal authority is unraveling as never before. The Church has long since advanced to an ungovernable stage. But the pope battles on. He abandons his dearest principles—“listening,” “tenderness,” “mercy”—that refuse to judge or give orders. Pope Francis is roused by something that troubles him: the tradition of the Church.
By Steven Mosher, LifeSiteNews - Then, following graduation, my son had to have a medical exam for a new assignment. The EKG came back abnormal, showing that he had recently suffered “possible inferior myocardial or pericardial damage.” We are now in the process of finding a specialist to have him evaluated further... I suppose you could say that my son was one of the lucky ones. He is still able to work and hold a job, although the question of how much damage his heart has suffered remains an open one.