By Martina Moyski, Church Militant - Cardinal Wilton Gregory is proving once again he's not interested in turning the tide of the pro-gay hierarchy or the sexual predation flowing from it; instead, as Church Militant's Martina Moyski tells us, he's doing what he's done for decades — covering up... In the shadow of Theodore McCarrick pleading "not guilty," Cdl. Wilton Gregory made a public case for the victims of clerical sex abuse.
By Michel Therrien, Crisis Magazine - What we have done with COVID-19 mandates, to reference Aquinas, is to subordinate the common good to the private good of individuals, thus making the common good an alien good for everyone else. We have done this by making a person’s individual life (a private good) an end, or final cause, to which every other good is ordered. The problem with this logic is that it leads directly to tyranny. In fact, for Aquinas, using law to direct people’s actions to the private good of individuals is the very definition of tyranny.
By Paul Brock, Church Militant - In a 2015 episode of Real Time with Bill Maher titled "Christianity Under Attack?" Maher, an atheist, opened up his show saying "Christians love to feel persecuted; it's part of their origin story — but we're a long way from them getting eaten by lions in the Colosseum." As evidence for his lie of an opening statement, he then followed up by regurgitating the misleading statistic that 70% of the country is Christian, drawing absolutely no distinction between self-identified Christians and Christians who actually practice their Faith — a number that does not even enter double digits.
By Maura Roan McKeegan, Catholic Exchange - In the early 1980s, Our Lady of Kibeho appeared to three schoolgirls in Rwanda and gave one of the girls, Marie Claire, a special mission: to revive and spread the Seven Sorrows Rosary... “With the recitation of the Seven Sorrows Rosary, the hardest of hearts shall change, if you pray it for yourself or for others,” Our Lady of Kibeho promised Marie Claire.