Source: Complicit Clergy via Rumble Fr. Daniel Nolan’s homily on the Feast of the Holy Family – censored by YouTube. This version is from Rumble: https://rumble.com/vsbrwp-the-real-co… Header image: Clergy via Rumble
Stories of persecuted Christians from around the world.
Source: The Turning Point Project Preprinted with permission Amidst the blur of violent, tragic events in Afghanistan, The Stream decided to ask for some perspective from an expert on the Islamic faith and its links to political conflict and violence, author William Kilpatrick. John Zmirak: You’re an expert on Islam. You have a […]
Source: Irish Society for Christian Civilisation Volunteers from Irish Society for Christian Civilisation attended a Rosary Rally of Reparation in Cookstown during a Pride Parade. While the parade passed, the statue of Our Lady of Fatima was covered to symbolically spare Our Lady the sight. In an unprovoked attack Gerry […]
Source: Dr. Taylor Marshall via YouTube Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò released his statement on the rising New Health Relgion and New World Order religion. Today we continue to look at the last 2 questions in the interview on Russia and Our Lady of Fatima in the final countdown to the […]
Source: William Kirkpatrick via turningpointproject.com The Crucible, Arthur Miller’s play about the Salem Witch Trials is often used by educators to teach students about the dangers that arise when true believers try to impose their orthodoxies on the rest of us. Indeed, Miller wrote the play during the era of […]
Source: ADF International via YouTube Music in this videoSong: Piano and Guitar with a Ambient SoundscapeArtist: Tymur KhakimovLicensed to YouTube by: HAAWK for a 3rd Party (on behalf of Tymur Khakimov); HAAWK Publishing Header image: ADF International via YouTube
“ADF International is a faith-based legal advocacy organisation that protects fundamental freedoms and promotes the inherent dignity of all people. We are at the forefront of defending religious freedom, the sanctity of life, and marriage and family around the world”.
For 70 years now, Aid to the Church in Need has followed a single mission: to build a bridge of love that enables the suffering and persecuted Christians worldwide to witness their faith and inspire those who help them. ACN acts under the guiding principle: information, prayer and action.
Source: Rebecca Abbott via YouTube Why did over a million people Irish people die of starvation and disease, and more than two million leave that country during roughly six years in the mid-1800s? The label “potato famine” doesn’t begin to explain a crisis that was hundreds of years in the […]
Source: The Nations Podcast | Episode 008, with Maryam Rostampour & Marziyeh Amirizadeh via YouTube Subscribe to our Nations Podcast channel! https://bit.ly/2CEUBZt Captive In Iran Joel sits down for a conversation with Maryam Rostampour and Marziyeh Amirizadeh, authors of the book Captive in Iran, which chronicles their remarkable stories of […]
The world’s most “unfashionable” persecuted minority is arguably Christian. Despite being persecuted in far more countries than any other religion, Christians are simply not on the radar of Western consciousness. At a time when the persecution of Rohingyas in Myanmar, Uyghurs in China and Yazidis in Iraq is being under-reported, the world has done little to help any of these minorities and persecuted Christians have become the victims of increasingly outrageous neglect.
In the wake of an Associated Press-Jamestown Foundation report regarding mass sterilisations, forced abortions and brutal control of the Uyghur population in Xinjiang (see my earlier article), it is necessary to revisit the most brutal episodes of China’s one child policy to understand why and how it can now carry out this demographic genocide in Xinjiang with such ruthless efficiency.