Bishop Fulton Sheen’s message is as relevant today as it was when it first aired in the 1950s.
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We are witnessing the wholesale capitulation of the bishops before the Marxist mob. Father Theodore Rothrock from St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church in Carmel, Indiana was suspended this week after his condemnation of the radical Black Lives Matter protest movement published in the parish’s Sunday bulletin on June 28, 2020. Liberal media outlets almost immediately […]
Last week we published a column providing Bishop Robert Barron’s response to lay Catholics who were challenging bishops to do more to combat the violence we are witnessing in our streets. You may recall that Barron published a column in which he stated: Over and again, perhaps a hundred times, commentators said some version of […]
These days, many Catholics are asking the question: Why aren’t bishops doing more in response to the rioting, looting, arson, vandalism and shootings that have plagued our nation, especially when these incidents involve Catholic parishes and monuments? Most recently, protestors have attacked statues of Saint Junipero Serra in San Francisco, Ventura, and Los Angeles. The […]
In his homily on January 1, 2020, Fr. Robert Altier corrected predicted that 2020 would be a year of unrest. Keep in mind this homily was given BEFORE the China virus pandemic and the social unrest we have seen in recent weeks. His accuracy in predicting events thus far should give faithful Catholics pause […]
On June 14, 2020, Bishop John Stowe of the diocese of Lexington, KY issued a Facebook video message in recognition of Gay Pride Month. In his 4 minute message, Bishop Stowe: apologizes that the Catholic Church had not been more ‘welcoming’ to members of the LGTB community, complements LGBT activities for hanging rainbow flags […]
Fr. Robert Altier of The Church of St. Raphael in Crystal, MN delivers an important message that all Catholics need to hear and take to heart in this difficult times. Please share this important message with others using one of the social media buttons on the bottom of this page. WATCH NOW
UPDATE: Minnesota Governor Capitulates On Discriminatory Religious Restrictions “Please don’t go to church.” That was the admonition stated by New Brighton’s Mayor Valerie Johnson in a short video posted on Facebook by the City of New Brighton on Friday in which she appeared to imply that law enforcement would be implemented against violators. The […]
Homily by Fr. James Altman, St. James the Less, La Crosse, WI.