By Publius, The Patriot Post - In a recent city council meeting debating gun rights, one North Carolina man let it be known he’s had enough of being blamed, and he’s had enough of our rights being attacked.
By William Kilpatrick, Crisis Magazine - A recent poll of U.S. Catholics reveals that they are more concerned about climate change and the global refugee crisis than about the global persecution of Christians... According to Aid to the Church in Need, “Christians are the victims of at least 75 percent of all religiously motivated violence and oppression.” The report adds that some 215 million Christians face severe persecution, mostly at the hands of Muslims.
By E. Christian Brugger, EWTN News - I greatly agree with Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago when he says the reasoning in Pope Francis’ two-year-old document on marriage and family Amoris Laetitia (The Joy of Love) is “nothing short of revolutionary.” But that’s where our agreements cease... For to him, this revolution is a boon for the Church. To me, it poses a threat to the foundations of the Church’s belief.
By Joseph Pronechen, National Catholic Register - Despite losing everything, the family’s faith remains unshaken in the midst of their suffering because of their continuing prayer, “Jesus, I trust in you” — what Jesus told St. Faustina was his “signature” when he gave her the image of Divine Mercy (St. Faustina’s diary, 327).