Source: Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr, Mark-Mary of Ascension Presents via YouTube.com. Fr. Gregory Pine and Fr. Mark-Mary define material cooperation and discuss when our actions need to be evaluated based on our intentions and their effects. For even more on Catholic Morality for everyone, be sure to read Dr. […]
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Source: Bishop Robert Barron via YouTube.com Friends, our first reading for this Sunday is about a battle between Israel and the Amalekites. To many of us today, this appears to be either an irrelevancy of history or an outrageous story about God sanctioning genocide. But Origen of Alexandria helps us […]
Source: Fr. Gavan Jennings via mercatornet.comUsed with permission. How Western culture has been moulded by faith. In this terrific book, Dubliner Fr Paul O’Callaghan, a lecturer in the school of theology in the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome, presents a succinct and insightful analysis of a daunting […]
Source: David Clayton vis thewayofbeauty.org. Reprinted with permission. How the Cursing Psalms Helped Schoolchildren During the Occupation of World War Two Recently I had an enjoyable conversation with a director of music at a protestant seminary about about the singing of the psalms. He grew up in a Dutch Reformed […]
Source: MarytvMedjugorje via YouTube. A homily from Fr. Leon Pereira in Medjugorje, in which he discusses how the Devil is anatomically ‘challenged’ – how he can’t give life, but only imitates it, can only take what is already created and deforms it. He goes on to say how in modern […]
Source: Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition A British Coroners Inquest into the death of 14-year-old Molly Russell concluded that social media content had contributed to her death. A British Medical Journal (BMJ) article by Clare Dyer stated: Coroner Andrew Walker ruled that the harmful material had contributed to 14 year […]
Assisted Suicide Is Not About Autonomy; It Is A Symptom of Systems Which Deny Autonomy To Sick And Disabled People
Source: Reprinted with permission by Alex Schadenberg, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition. This article was first published as a guest blog by the disability rights group Not Dead Yet on August 8, 2022 By Kathleen Nicole O’Neal On June 16, 2022, a forty-four-year-old Italian citizen named Federico Carboni became the first patient in the history […]
Source: ThatCatholicGirl via YouTube ThatCatholicGirl discusses ” Courtship and Catholicism, and how dating has been so subverted in our society”. Header image: ThatCatholicGirl via YouTube Single Catholics, Dating AdviceBrian Holdsworth reflects on the dating scene for committed Catholics.
Source: Right To Life UK via youtube.com On 23 September 2022, at 11:41am, thousands of people across the United Kingdom stopped for a minute of silence to commemorate the ten million lives that have been lost to abortion in England, Wales and Scotland since the Abortion Act was introduced in […]
Source: John-Henry Westen Show via Rumble.com John-Henry reads from Raymund Maria’s series of LifeSite articles on Freemasonry to demonstrate the basis for Catholic concerns about the Freemasons and explain why the Church has long condemned participation in the group. To help LifeSite continue sharing videos on important and vital topics, […]
Source: Jason Morgan via mercatornet.com. Reprinted with permission The word “genocide” is rooted in the Shoah. A Polish Jew named Raphael Lemkin (1900-1959) first used it in 1944 as a way to describe the systematic murder of European Jewry by the National Socialists. Lemkin’s concept of the slaughter of a […]
Source: Bishop Robert Barron via YouTube Friends, the first and second readings this Sunday beautifully show both sides of Catholic social teaching: the balance between recognizing political, economic, and social power, and criticizing the abuse of that power. We should not demonize our leaders; we pray for them, and we […]