By Steve Jordahl, OneNewsNow - While evangelical leaders are conflicted on the subject of the COVID-19 vaccine, research shows that evangelical Christians are the least likely religious group in the U.S. to get it... According to the Public Religion Research Institute, nearly a quarter of white evangelicals say they will not get vaccinated. Jewish American are the most likely (85%) to be vaccinated.
By Michael J. Matt, Editor, Remnant TV - Here comes Covid again and, along with it, here comes Health Passports. Are you ready for the next lockdown?... Plus, civil war in the Catholic Church. In this episode of The Editor’s Desk, Michael J. Matt discusses how faithful Catholics all across the spectrum are either perplexed or downright outraged by the attempted suppression of the Catholic Mass on the part of Pope Francis.
By Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, LifeSiteNews - Traditionis custodes: this is the incipit of the document with which Francis imperiously cancels the previous Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum of Benedict XVI. The almost mocking tone of the bombastic quotation from Lumen Gentium will not have escaped notice: just when Bergoglio recognizes the Bishops as guardians of the Tradition, he asks them to obstruct its highest and most sacred expression of prayer.
By Msgr. Charles Pope - All of the readings in this Sunday’s Mass speak of human desire. In the first reading, the Israelites in the desert are hungry, so are the people by the lakeside with Jesus in the Gospel reading, and in the Epistle, St. Paul warns of deceitful desires. In all these passages, God teaches us that our desires are ultimately directed to Him, who alone can truly satisfy us. Why is this? Because our desires are infinite, and thus a finite world cannot satisfy them.