Yesterday my dad called and asked if I was sitting down because he had some big news: He had just received “A Spiritual Autobiography” by John A. Hardon, S.J. and found a little surprise in it, me. The passage follows immediately, then I’ll provide some background.
In an October 23 video interview with Catholic News Service, which is a division of the USCCB, Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia said the Democratic Party has “gotten worse” over time because Catholics within the party haven’t taken a strong moral stand and shown a willingness to abandon the party. “I think many of the […]
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 […]
Lawmakers invigorated massive crowd at the March for Life. Here’s my report… MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH Congressmen by dozens promise to protect unborn Read the story: Congressmen by dozens promise to protect unborn http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=255437#ixzz1C4L4w1rs
My March for Life preview is now published at WND with compelling messages from many leaders, including Cardinal Raymond Burke, Rabbi Yehuda Levin, Alveda King, and former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson Since his inauguration in 2009, Barack Obama has recognized many crowds who gather for one cause or another – many except the March […]
Forget the bad news for a while and rejoice in the announcements about Cardinal Raymond Burke’s growing influence in the universal Church. California Catholic Daily says, “According to the Vatican Information Service, the official news agency of the Holy See, Cardinal Burke, well known for his orthodox views, was named by the Holy Father on […]
Father John Hardon, S.J.: Most zealous Catholics are not as well organized or cooperative as those in the world. One of the hardest things is to get orthodox Catholics to cooperate. For their own projects, God will bless them, but they are no match for the organized efforts of those on the other side.
Former St. Louis Archbishop Raymond Burke on his appointment to the Vatican supreme court and the controversies he leaves behind Interview by Anita Crane | Catholic World Report | November 2008 On June 27, Pope Benedict XVI named Archbishop Raymond Burke to the office of prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura. Before […]