By Rev. Peter M.J. Stravinskas, The Catholic Thing - Yesterday the Church celebrated the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus; today, the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The two feasts are not situated alongside one another by coincidence, but by the careful plan of the Church. The heart of Jesus began beating beneath the heart of His Blessed Mother; her heart, in turn, took form from the creative Word and Power of the Heart of God. Two hearts beating as one.
By Joan Watson, Integrated Catholic - He loves us with human flesh, a human heart, with human emotions. But he’s also God, and He knows and loves us better than we know and love ourselves. We should never forget the pain we caused our Lord by our sins. But we cannot remain there, either. Because he has an all-merciful heart. He wants to welcome us home, he wants to call us back
By Thomas Gallatin, Patriot Post - It’s becoming clear that as more parents learn about Critical Race Theory and find out that it’s being taught to their children in local schools they are becoming incensed... The most recent and maybe the most significant example comes from Loudoun County, Virginia, where a judge ordered an elementary gym teacher, Tanner Cross, reinstated to his position after the school board suspended him for daring to criticize their proposed “transgender” policy.
By Raymond de Souza, KHS, KM, Church Militant - As to the causes, some people say the main obstacle facing the Church these days, especially as far as the so-called vocation crisis is concerned, is the secularism of contemporary American culture. Others say it is the internal dissent within the Church Herself, the promotion of contraception, homosexuality and same-sex "marriage." For others, it's the direct action of the Devil over everybody. Opinions vary.