Anti-Catholicism

THE POLITICAL POWER OF BIG TECH

by R. R. Reno, First Things, January 15, 2021 The president has been de-platformed on social media. The uncensored alternative to Twitter, Parler, is being strangled by tech giants as Apple and Google remove the Parler app from their stores and Amazon kicks it off its servers. A conservative... read more

My Honest Opinion of Our President – And Our Future

By Fr. Richard Heilman, Roman Catholic Man, January 14, 2021I hated Trump in the primaries, probably for all the reasons many do right now. He is crass and attacks, many times justifiably so, but many times when I believe a better strategy would be more effective. In this sense, he seemed... read more

New England Journal Of Wokeness Erases Its Medical Credentials With False Article About Gender Identity

The charge that sex designations on a birth certificate is medically ill-advised stands contrary to even the most basic understanding of science. By Glenn T. Stanton, The Federalist, January 5, 2021 Many folks these days treat science not as a method for discovering truth, but as an... read more

Nancy Pelosi Bans ‘Gender’ Terms Like Mother, Daughter, Father, Son in House Rules

By Alana Mastrangelo, Breitbart, January 2, 2021 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Rules Committee Chairman James McGovern (D-MA) unveiled the rules for the 117th Congress on Friday, which contain “future-focused” proposals, including the elimination of gendered terms, such as... read more

Nuns arrested as Beijing turns up heat on Church in Hong Kong

Senior clerics see the arrests as a sign China wants to shut the unofficial Vatican mission in Hong Kong, where the two nuns work. As Beijing tightens control of the city, the local diocese has also moved to rein in pro-democracy voices in its flock. By Greg Torode, Reuters, December 30,... read more

New Controversy Erupts Over Plans for the Rebuilding of Notre Dame

By Solène Tadié, National Catholic Register, December 29,2020 A leak in the French media suggested the rebuilding of the interior of the cathedral is tilting towards a more contemporary style, but the Archdiocese of Paris insists no decision will be made before the end of March. PARIS,... read more

Lockdown or no lockdown, it’s impossible to cancel Christmas

To forbid children from seeing their grandparents and cousins, and to forbid parties and gatherings, is a blow struck, however inadvertently, against the cultural expression of the mystery of the Incarnation in the heart of every town and family. By Joseph Shaw, LifeSite News, December 22,... read more

Human Rights Campaign Wants Christian Schools to Abandon Beliefs or Lose Accreditation

By Nicole Russell, Daily Signal, December 14, 2020 The politically influential Human Rights Campaign's policy recommendations for a Biden administration do not bode well for Christian schools. The Human Rights Campaign—a large, influential LGBTQ advocacy group— recently released a... read more

Bishop Schneider on Covid Vaccines: ‘The Ends Cannot Justify the Means’

On the moral illicitness of the use of vaccinesmade from cells derived from aborted human fetuses In recent weeks, news agencies and various information sources have reported that, in response to the Covid-19 emergency, some countries have produced vaccines using cell lines from aborted human... read more
Chaldean Catholic Archbishop Najeeb Michaeel Moussa of Mosul

Archbishop of Mosul: Europe has Been Weakened by its Denial of its Spiritual and Cultural Roots

In the face of the recent terror attacks that hit France and Austria, Iraqi archbishop Najeeb Michaeel, recently nominated for the Sakharov Prize, says the Old Continent is guilty of laxity with regards to the advance of radical Islam. By Solène Tadié, National Catholic Register, November... read more
All wearing face masks, students arrive by bus to Fort Loramie High School, Fort Loramie, Ohio.

A Buckeye Voucher Victory: Ohio expands private school choice to half of all students.

By The Editorial Board, WSJ, November. 23, 2020 PHOTO: LUKE GRONNEBERG/ASSOCIATED PRESS The pandemic has been especially tough on low- and middle-income families, but the GOP Legislature in Ohio has given parents in their state something to be grateful for this Thanksgiving by passing a... read more
A man prays in front of the Notre Dame church in Nice, France,

Can We Please Get Serious about Protecting Religious Freedom?