Category: Saints

It is the professor’s intent to pick at Lucia’s memories until he confirms his pet theory regarding the events surrounding Fatima (Image Fatima, Portugal Pope John Paul II with Sister Lúcia de Jesus Rosa dos Santos)

Fatima: The Power of a Name

Veteran actor Harvey Keitel co-stars in the new film, which revisits the story of the Virgin Mary appearing to three children in Portugal. Marco Pontecorvo’s new film Fatima, a drama based on the apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Portugal in 1917 and the three young seers who experienced them, debuted August 28 with balanced but mostly-favorable reviews in major […]

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Charles II (1630-1685) and the English Restoration

The English Restoration Has Begun

Something is stirring in England. It’s not much. A still, small voice of calm whispering in the dark. Prayers ascending like incense. A rekindled faith. No, it’s not much. Merely a mustard seed. It won’t be noticed by most people. It will go unheeded by the dead men milling around satanically in what remains of England’s once green and pleasant […]

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Saint John of God by Murillo 1672 (WikiCommons)

Even Saints Need Friends

It has become a known fact of modern life that nearly all cultural institutions are crumbling. Fewer people are involved in local organizations, clubs, and churches, and more spend the majority of their time online. Among the younger generations, this phenomenon is far more pronounced; far more youth seek their 15 minutes of fame on YouTube rather than make a […]

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What Does the Bible Say about Angels?

What Does the Bible Say about Angels?

Angels appear in the Bible from the beginning to the end, from the Book of Genesis to the Book of Revelation. The Bible is our best source of knowledge about angels – for example, Psalm 91:11, Matthew 18:10 and Acts 12:15 indicate humans have guardian angels. Angels are God’s messengers, invisible except when they assume a shape to appear before […]

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A Proposal for Episcopal Reform

A Proposal for Episcopal Reform

Bishops need to return to the role of father for their communities. The first step is they should stay in the place that they are married to. This will allow bishops to concentrate on their flock without being distracted by the allure of promotion.  (Video: Rome Reports: Proposals to Reform the Roman Curia start to take shape) In many ways, […]

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Pope Leo the Great (440-461)

Pope Leo the Great (440-461)

Jesus Christ Savior | The Council of Chalcedon in 451 was the Fourth Ecumenical Council, which supported Leo’s stance that Christ had two

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