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The live Host

Many of my friends (and I) are distressed because Vice President Joe Biden took Holy Communion at Cardinal Dolan’s Palm Sunday Mass. Prior to Election Day 2012, I wrote about the gravity of this sacrilege over @ WND. Now that it’s Holy Week, please consider scientific proof that someone is alive in the Holy Eucharist. […]

Young blogger leads in helping Dominicans produce provocative film

NEW YORK – Kindly Light, the filmmaking branch of the Dominican Friars Province of Saint Joseph, is raising funds at indiegogo.com for their provocative new documentary with unseen film of Venerable Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen. Starting with the example of Saint Paul’s failure to convert the Greeks in Athens, Sheen urges his fellow priests to […]

Brooklyn Bishop DiMarzio is taking his flock to the Papal Conclave

BROOKLYN, NY – Brooklyn Bishop Nicholas Anthony DiMarzio is taking his flock – and everyone who wants to go – to the Papal Conclave via New Evangelization Television (NET). NET is a division of DeSales Media Group, official media outreach of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn. Starting Tuesday, March 12, NET will cover the […]

The Cardinal Burke ‘wow’ factor

Back in May 2012, Rome Reports interviewed Raymond Cardinal Burke on his book “Divine Love Made Flesh” and his responsibilities as the world’s leading authority on canon law.  I think you’ll be wowed by Cardinal Burke and you may click any of my Amazon widgets to get his book…

As 25% of Americans await new pope, NET continues historic TV series

BROOKLYN, NY – As 25 percent of Americans are Catholic and awaiting the election of a new pope, New Evangelization Television (NET) continues its historic series VATICAN II: INSIDE THE COUNCIL in cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Washington – and Episode 3 “Lumen Gentium & The Church” debuts on Thursday, March 7 […]

Tim Carney: ‘Now I understand why you’re Catholic’

A fine piece by journalist and Catholic convert Tim Carney… Tim Carney: An awful loss, a beautiful life, a daunting task February 24, 2013 | 8:00 pm | Modified: February 24, 2013 at 8:15 pm   Nothing can prepare you for seeing your one-year-old nephew in a casket. Nothing can take away his parents’ agony. […]

Pope Benedict: ‘The Second Vatican Council, as I saw it’

For half a century, Catholics and haters of the Catholic Church have been arguing about Vatican II. Thanks to Vatican Radio, we can know what one the last living witnesses to the council thinks – none other than Pope Benedict XVI. 2013-02-14 Vatican Radio (Vatican Radio) Pope Benedict XVI has met parish priests and clergy […]

Expert: Islam demands subjugation of Christians

WND EXCLUSIVE ‘Jihad isn’t an interior spiritual struggle, but a serious obligation to subdue non-Muslims’ Published: February 18, 2013 by Anita Crane Editor’s Note: Three American scholars, two Christians and one Muslim, spoke to WND about the threat of political Islam. They say there will be further trouble unless Americans understand the threat and learn […]

Islamism: ‘Spiritual pathology based on deformed theology’

WND EXCLUSIVE ‘If you get the idea of who God is wrong, you’re going to get a lot of other things wrong’ Published: February 17, 2013 by Anita Crane   Editor’s Note: Three American scholars, two Christians and one Muslim, spoke to WND to sound alarms on Islamism – otherwise known as political Islam. They […]

Angels visited Sen. Mark Kirk after his stroke

Quite a story a story here. God bless him and heal him. May his work protect the rights of all Americans… Senator Kirk speaks for the first time about his stroke U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk says relearning to walk was a frustrating, exhausting process that came with a breakthrough moment. Bill Zars | Staff Photographer […]

It’s a Wonderful Life: The Little Story That Did

Great story by radio host Patrick Coffin… December 24, 2012 4:00 A.M. It’s a Wonderful Life: The Little Story That Did Part Dante, part film noir, part Bible story, Capra’s classic survives its unhappy debut. By Patrick Coffin While shaving on the morning of February 28, 1938, a man named Philip got an idea for a […]

Court halts health care mandate against Tyndale

Monday, 19 November 2012 12:13 PM EST In a victory for faith-based companies, a federal court Friday, Nov. 16, stopped enforcement of the Obama administration’s abortion pill mandate against Tyndale House Publishers, which filed a health care lawsuit against the government Oct. 2. In its opinion accompanying a preliminary injunction order in Tyndale House Publishers […]

Obama’s violent agenda hits home

ELECTION 2012 Obama’s violent agenda hits home Exclusive: Anita Crane becomes target of leftists when home is vandalized WND November 4, 2012 Have you seen the foul MoveOn.org ad where elderly people warn voters against ousting Obama? The threat of violence in this ad hits home because my family’s house was vandalized by Obama supporters. A […]

What about Cardinal Dolan’s confusing praise for President Obama?

Did Catholics forget about Obama’s record? ‘There comes a time when ‘putting aside differences’ amounts to scandal’ WND News Analysis By Anita Crane Published: October 21, 2012 New York’s influential Cardinal Timothy Dolan is facing criticism for socializing with Barack Obama at a time when the Catholic Church is being persecuted by – and bringing […]

Celebrate the Triumph of the Cross

Wishing you a happy feast of the Triumph of the Cross! Remember what our Lord told Constantine the Great: “In hoc digno vinces” – “In this sign, you will conquer” Nice write-up about today’s feast @ http://www.catholicculture.org/culture/liturgicalyear/calendar/day.cfm?date=2012-09-14 Artwork from http://www.holycrossmedford.org/images/iconography/Exaltation_Holy_Cross.jpg  

Love Incarnate wins a woman’s heart, not abortion

Abortion, NARAL, and Planned Parenthood are the pride of the ongoing Democratic National Convention, whose platform pushes free abortions. Amid the DNC’s culture of death is this beautiful interview with Jewels Green, who had an abortion, worked in the abortion industry, but was redeemed by Truth and Love Himself… Leaving the Culture of Death Behind […]

Black pastors target Obama

July 6, 2012 Paul Bedard Washington Secrets The Washington Examiner @SecretsBedard Rev. William Owens, president of Coalition of African-American Pastors A large coalition of African-American pastors, snubbed by President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder in their demand for a meeting to discuss same-sex marriage, are calling on blacks to boycott the president and sign […]

God rest ye merry gentle friends

This is one of the best music videos I’ve ever seen. Cellist Steven Sharp Nelson plays “Carol of the Bells” and “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen” …Merry Christmas and God rest you merry gentle friends, let nothing you dismay. Remember Christ our Savior was born on Christmas Day to save us all from Satan’s power […]

Come let us adore Him!

  He’s not just away in a manger, He’s at your local Catholic church, maybe your local hospital or in a chapel at the airport you’re traveling through. Nothing gives me more peace than going directly to the LORD and adoring Him in person – not so much to talk, but to listen. You can […]

Bozell Column: Jesus Is Not a Serial Killer

August 13, 2011 This fall, the Showtime movie channel will air its sixth season of “Dexter,” their show glorifying a just serial killer. They recently finished a fourth season of a show called “Californication,” which debuted in 2007 with a dream sequence in which the lead character receives oral sex from a nun in a […]

Once again, Jesus in the streets

Uplifting video by some British Franciscans. My only little gripe is the anticlimactic end…why put the Lord of Lords and Kings of Kings into a tote bag? Now for a video that gives me chills: http://www.anitacrane.com/blog/yes-this-is-why-im-catholic/

Pope Benedict: Look closely at Christ crucified

Pope Benedict’s mediation on the God Man, Christ crucified: What remains now before our eyes? It is a crucified man, a cross raised on Golgotha, a cross which seems a sign of the final defeat of the One who brought light to those immersed in darkness, the One who spoke of the power of forgiveness […]

RIP Dr. Bernard Nathanson

Here’s part of my very brief story for WND yesterday about the extraordinary life and death of Dr. Bernard Nathanson. Through the power of reason, Dr. Nathanson went from abortionist and NARAL collaborator to accepting faith and becoming a Christian. Yours truly witnessed the following milestone while working for another publication: Years after pro-life witnesses […]

Yes! This is why I’m Catholic

“God in the Streets of New York City” by Grassroots Films of Brooklyn In this video you will hear the voices of three great but departed priests: Father Benedict Groeschel, Father Richard John Neuhaus, who converted from the Lutheran religion, and our late, fearless, great Holy Father Pope Saint John Paul II… Can’t find Jesus […]

Ancient Prayer to Saint Joseph

Today, on the Solemnity of Saint Joseph, I offer you this prayer. The Feast of Saint Joseph the Worker is May 1. O Saint Joseph, whose protection is so great, so strong, so prompt before the Throne of God, I place in you all my interests and desires. O Saint Joseph, do assist me by […]

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