By Franciscan Media - Saint Francis of Assisi’s Story - Francis of Assisi was a poor little man who astounded and inspired the Church by taking the gospel literally—not in a narrow fundamentalist sense, but by actually following all that Jesus said and did, joyfully, without limit, and without a sense of self-importance.
By Donald DeMarco, EWTN News - The family is being ripped apart, and it has no adequate replacement. In Familiaris Consortio, issued 40 years ago Nov. 22, Pope St. John Paul II has reminded us of the true nature and dignity of this institution: “‘Since the Creator of all things has established the conjugal partnership as the beginning of human society’ the family is ‘the first and vital cell of society.’”... The family must be restored to its God-given nature, a task, however, that is as difficult as it is necessary.
By Nadia Hazimeh, Church Militant - St. Thérèse of Lisieux, a saint who embodies the virtue of hope and who serves as a beacon of light for the faithful sojourning in an ever-darkening world gripped by COVID-inspired tyranny... The "Little Flower," whose feast is Oct. 1, is one of only four women declared a Doctor of the Church. She's known for her "Little Way," a path to sanctification marked by childlike trust in God, which she explained in her autobiography, Story of a Soul.
By Edward White, LifeNews - While the two-judge majority determined that the law’s ban on the performance of abortions based on the unborn child’s race, sex, or Down syndrome status was unconstitutionally vague, Judge Thapar dissented. He noted that the majority misapplied the governing case law and usurped the democratic process of the State of Tennessee. He correctly explained that the majority’s “decision to strike down the anti-discrimination statute at the altar of abortion is wrong.”