Terrorism

Marc Lamparello, 37. Police say Lamparello was arrested after entering St. Patrick's Cathedral last week in New York with two cans of gasoline, lighter fluid and butane lighters. (Credit: Seth Wenig/AP.)

Prosecutor: St Patrick’s suspect booked hotel near Vatican

By: Associated Press, Crux, April 24, 2019 NEW YORK - The college philosophy teacher accused of entering St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan with gasoline cans, lighter fluid and butane lighters had also booked a hotel just 20 minutes from the Vatican, a New York prosecutor said... read more

‘RIVERS OF UNCLEAN BLOOD’ Sri Lanka bombings – Sick ISIS supporters celebrate deadliest-ever attack with poster of burning Pope and Buddha

Warped extremists online have celebrated the Easter Sunday massacre which left at least 359 dead By Mark Hodge, The Sun, April 24, 2019 After claiming responsibility for the atrocity, the brainwashed death cult’s official media channel Amaq issued a disturbing poster. The chilling... read more
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Easter attacks on churches in Sri Lanka are tragic, but hardly surprising

By John L. Allen Jr., Crux, April 21, 2019 ROME - Sadly enough, there’s now an ugly and utterly predictable dynamic on Easter Sunday: Somewhere in the world, full churches will be attacked and some number of Christians will die for no other reason than that they chose to attend services to... read more

Sharia or Sahara: What’s Behind the Genocide in Nigeria?

William Kilpatrick, July 19, 2018 Despite its patent absurdity, the meme that terror has nothing to do with Islam never seems to die. A reminder of its tenacity comes from Northern Nigeria where assaults on Christians by Muslims are routinely referred to by government, media, and the... read more

Children under attack at shocking scale in conflicts around the world, says UNICEF

Press release “No safe places left for children as they are targeted in their homes, schools and playgrounds” NEW YORK, 28 December 2017 – Children in conflict zones around the world have come under attack at a shocking scale throughout the year, UNICEF warned today, with parties to... read more

Responding to Jihad: Going about our Business or Getting Down to Business?

By William Kilpatrick, November 9, 2017 In the wake of the jihad truck attack on a New York City bike path, politicians and the press responded with the usual reassurances that follow – like night follows day. NYC Mayor de Blasio said [1], “The last thing we should do is start casting... read more

The Next Scandal in the Church?

By William Kilpatrick, September 23, 2017 In a recent article, Fr. James Schall, S.J [1]. argues that “The only real way to eliminate the historic aggressiveness of Islam is to convert its believers.” Yet if you had to bet, “the conversion of the world to Islam is, in the long run, more... read more

One Day Islamists Will Get Gaudi’s Cathedral

BY AUSTIN RUSE, SEPTEMBER 1, 2017 It is one of the most remarkable churches in all the world, in all of human history. Begun in 1892 and not expected to be finished until 2030, La Sagrada Familia is Antonio Gaudi’s masterpiece. It is odd and wonderful to behold, its barrel-shaped spires... read more

Jihad Never Sleeps

BY WILLIAM KILPATRICK, AUGUST 29, 2017 Most Catholics in the U.S. are vaguely aware that Christians are being persecuted in the Middle East, Africa, and other parts of the Islamic world. Most are aware of the many terrorist attacks in Europe. And most are aware of the major jihad attacks here in... read more

DON’T SHOUT ALLAHU AKBAR IN VENICE OR YOU’LL GET SHOT, SAYS MAYOR

BY JACK MOORE ON 8/24/17 How ISIS Went Global An Italian mayor has caused controversy after saying that anyone who shouts "Allahu Akbar," or "God is great" in Arabic, in the main square of the northern city of Venice, will be shot on the spot. Luigi Brugnaro, a right-wing politician, was... read more

Muslims are taking over Europe faster than we realize

By William Kilpatrick August 22, 2017 (TurningPointProject) - “If you want to see the face of Europe in 100 years, barring a miracle, look to the faces of young Muslim immigrants.” Thus said Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput at a recent Napa Institute conference. “Islam has a... read more