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January 1, 1970 Archives

Okay, I put this page through BabelFish and got nonsense. It’s Sandro Magister blog (yes he has one, but it’s only published in Italian) and what interests me is the second item down, about Bruno Forte, which the translator fashions […]

A profile of St. John Vianney in Minnesota Imagine this scene: It’s 6 a.m. on a wintry day. More than 100 young men wipe the sleep from their eyes and gather in a dark chapel, heads bowed, for an hour […]

What Fr. Erickson said that got detectives suspicious During the questioning, Erickson mentioned to Hudson detectives Shawn Pettee and Jeff Knopps two small details about the killings that had never been made public: the positions of the two bodies inside […]

You might be interested in knowing that Alex Jones was just recently ordained a permanent deacon in the Archdiocese of Detroit Via Bill Cork An article about Jones’ conversion – he was a Pentecostal minister, and he and many of […]

You might keep checking AsiaNews for updates on the terrible situation, with particular insight on how Christians are responding

Some rabbis have had it: Word that Madonna’s upcoming album includes a paean to a 16th-century Jewish mystic has prompted the rabbis who guard his legacy to accuse the pop idol of sacrilege and hint at divine punishment. The "Confessions […]

I had a disappointing experience today. Our local After Prom mothers sponsored a movie night in the high school gym after the football game. It was open to grades 7-12. My oldest daughter is in the 7th grade. We found […]

The Pope’s words today: This is precisely what the timeless message of the Blessed Von Galen is: faith is not to be reduced to a private sentiment, possibly to be hidden when it becomes uncomfortable; rather it implies consistency and […]

Cardinal will lay some smack down In an outspoken message lamenting a decline in the role of the family, Cardinal O’Brien will claim: "There are moral approaches to the ordering of civil society that have been proved to lead to […]