Pandemic Silver Linings, by Paul Murano

Catholics Cheer the President, by David Nussman
April 4, 2020
MUST READ! Abp Viganò: Has Pope Francis Now ‘Disavowed’ Being Vicar of Christ?
April 5, 2020

By Paul Murano, Church Militant, April 3, 2020

Deadly Wuhan virus bringing some Catholics to life

Even amidst illness and death, God’s love and mercy shine through.

Illness and disease are physical evils, as St. Augustine taught, and not in the original plan for human life, as Aquinas reaffirmed. Mankind was offered freedom from concupiscence, suffering and death, but Adam rejected it, leaving us susceptible to illness and pandemics like the Wuhan virus.

However, since God is Love (1 John 4:8), He wills to bring good out of the evil we unleash. Even though leftist media and politicians continue following the Evil One to divide and destroy us, if we look closely we can see plenty of good coming from this deadly pandemic. Consider:

Renewed Love for the Eucharist and Creative Worship

As the saying goes, absence makes the heart grow fonder. Without access to intimacy with Christ in the Eucharist, Catholics have come up with other, creative ways to love their eucharistic Lord.  …

Read more here: