By Msgr. Charles Pope - The Gospel this Sunday amounts to a summons to faith by Jesus. He is summoning us to faith in Himself and in the truth He proclaims about His presence in the Holy Eucharist. Last week’s Gospel ended with Jesus declaring that He was the bread come down from Heaven. This Sunday’s Gospel opens with His Jewish listeners grumbling because He claims to have come from Heaven. Throughout the Gospel Jesus stands firm in His call to faith; He teaches them of the necessity of faith, its origins, and its fruits.
By Claire Chretien, LifeSiteNews - George Neumayr, author of The Political Pope: How Pope Francis Is Delighting the Liberal Left and Abandoning Conservatives... had strong words for Cupich and Washington’s Cardinal Donald Wuerl, (who) recently said the U.S. bishops should investigate themselves.... “These charlatans don’t need a new bureaucratic panel; they need an exorcist,” he wrote on Facebook.
By The Editors, National Catholic Register - This month, Jennifer Roback Morse, the founder of the Ruth Institute, a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to promoting lifelong married love, noted an equally disturbing development. On the “very day the news about Cardinal McCarrick broke, the Vatican released the working document for the upcoming Synod on Youth,” she noted. “It used the ‘LGBT’ acronym, the first such use in a Vatican document.”....
By Charlie Butts, OneNewsNow - A South American country remains pro-life in spite of all the money outside sources spent to see abortion legalized there... The move to legalize the termination of preborn babies won the day in the nation's Chamber of Deputies but was defeated in the Senate 38-31. Graciela LA'pez Clair, a pro-life warrior in Argentina who has worked with Human Life International, tells OneNewsNow the issue has divided the nation into two big parties: The green and blue parties.