• Religious freedom in jeopardy as China passes new Hong Kong ‘security laws’

    A Hong Kong cardinal told CNA that changes to Hong Kong’s status in China could threaten the religious freedom of Catholics and other religious believers. The legislature of China on May 28 approved a resolution to impose new “security laws” on its formerly autonomous region, Hong... Read more
  • Adoring Jesus in Combat Boots

    When Father Michael Creagan celebrates Mass at his Minnesota parish on certain days, the military boots visible beneath his chasuble reveal he’s headed for a drill weekend as an Army National Guard chaplain. They’re also evidence of his call to bring the sacraments and pastoral support... Read more
  • Fatima: Heaven’s Answer to a World in Crisis

    On May 20, Cardinal Raymond Burke gave a talk at the Rome Life Forum linking the coronavirus pandemic to the apparitions at Fatima. It is well worth listening to. Our Lady’s message remains as urgent and applicable as ever. The pandemic has shaken us out of our routines, and society’s... Read more
  • NHL All-Star MVP Joins Catholic Roster

    Of all the great players who competed in the 2016 NHL All-Star Game, John Scott was named the most valuable. This would have been quite an honor for any player, but especially for one who was not even supposed to be there. The Edmonton, Alberta-born defenseman/winger was the... Read more
  • How the Plagues of Egypt Exposed False Gods & Revealed the Truth

    Plagues have a way of stripping away what is superfluous, revealing the naked truth. In the biblical account of the plagues that decimated Egypt, the plagues exposed the civilization’s false gods and their utter impotence in the face of the one true God (see... Read more
  • Nigerian sisters providing for homeless, abandoned children during lockdown

    Sisters of the Daughters of Divine Love congregation in Nigeria are providing relief packages and other supplies to street children across the country who have been left homeless and abandoned  as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. At a charity home located in... Read more
  • Roman Authorities Investigating Jesus For Violating Stay-In-Tomb Order

    Roman authorities are investigating controversial religious leader Jesus of Nazareth for violating the Empire's clear "stay in tomb" order. After crucifying him and laying him in the tomb, Roman guards put Him under strict orders to stay there and not come back, rising victorious over... Read more
  • Justice, Finally

    The unanimous decision by Australia’s High Court to quash a guilty verdict and enter a verdict of “acquitted” in the case of Pell vs. The Queen reverses both the incomprehensible trial conviction of Cardinal George Pell on a charge of “historic sexual abuse” and the equally... Read more
  • Coronavirus: Triage if Necessary, Health-Care Rationing, Never

    With the raging coronavirus pandemic threatening millions with infection, people are rightly worried that we could face the awful circumstance in which there are insufficient life-saving medical resources available for all catastrophically ill patients needing care. If that dark day comes,... Read more
  • ‘This is going to be our Pearl Harbor’: Surgeon general warns USA faces worst week of coronavirus outbreak

    Surgeon General Jerome Adams said the coronavirus pandemic rivals some of the darkest moments in U.S. history, including the two worst foreign attacks on American soil: the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor and the Sept. 11 terrorist hijackings.  "This is going to be the... Read more