• Why we should address Jesus as ‘thou’ December 5th, 2016By Bishop Robert BarronOn the final morning of the November meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, we were treated to a fine sermon by Archbishop J. Peter Sartain. The leader of the church in Seattle spent a good deal of time discussing Pier Giorgio Frassati, a saint from the early-20th century to whom he and I both have a strong devotion. But what particularly struck me in his homily was a reference to the great St. Catherine of Siena. One of the most remarkable things about that remarkable woman was the intimacy which she regularly experienced with Mary, the saints, and the Lord Jesus himself. Archbishop Sartain relayed a story reported by ...
    Posted by HK Ninh
  • Vatican and Vietnam close to normalizing ties Overshadowed by current secret talks — and a possible breakthrough agreement — between the Vatican and China after 65 years of estrangement, Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang’s trip to the Vatican last Wednesday (Nov. 23) did not attract a good deal of international attention. Mr. Quang’s Vatican visit — during which he was privately received by Pope Francis and held talks with the Holy See’s Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin and Secretary for Relations with the States Archbishop Paul Gallagher — was the sixth by a Vietnamese leader since 2007. All of this shows, while Beijing has just secretly entered talks with the Vatican this year, its communist comrades in Hanoi have long established high-level dialogue with the latter ...
    Posted Dec 4, 2016, 3:50 PM by HK Ninh
  • New film highlights the ‘Face of Mercy’ NEW HAVEN, Conn. - “The Face of Mercy,” a new Knights of Columbus documentary that tells personal stories about the impact of God’s mercy on people’s lives, is airing on ABC affiliates nationwide as U.S. Catholics prepare to celebrate the conclusion of the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy Nov. 20.Narrated by actor Jim Caviezel, the 60-minute documentary is scheduled to be broadcast through Dec. 16. Broadcast dates and times and other information about the film are available here.The one-hour film The Face of Mercy depicts mercy as the antidote to evil even in great difficulty. The film interweaves history, theology and testimonials about the importance of mercy in people’s lives.Testimonies come from ...
    Posted Nov 24, 2016, 1:39 PM by HK Ninh
  • The first Thanksgiving in America was a Catholic Mass Did you know that the first “thanksgiving” meal in the United States was not celebrated by the Pilgrims in Plymouth, but by Spanish settlers, in what became Florida? And that first “Thanksgiving” was Eucharistic!Historian Dr. Michael Gannon narrates the events that took place on September 8, 1565.“When the first Spanish settlers landed in what is now St. Augustine on September 8, 1565, to build a settlement, their first act was to hold a religious service to thank God for the safe arrival of the Spanish fleet… After the Mass, Father Francisco Lopez, the Chaplin of the Spanish ships and the first pastor of St. Augustine, stipulated that the natives from the Timucua tribe be fed along with the ...
    Posted Nov 24, 2016, 12:44 PM by HK Ninh
  • Father Morris: Clinton camp mocking Catholics is 'bigotry' Roman Catholic priest shocked by 'anti-American talk' in leaked emails
    Posted Nov 5, 2016, 6:42 PM by HK Ninh
  • Priest blasts Clinton for not apologizing for staff emails October 23, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – Once again a leading opponent of Catholic moral teachings, this time Hillary Clinton, has cited Pope Francis to give credibility to her actions. In a Fox news interview, Fr. Gerald Murray gives clear reasons why some of Clinton's remarks at the Al Smith dinner were highly inappropriate and that she should have used the event to publicly disown the anti-Catholic bigotry in her staff emails revealed by Wikileaks.
    Posted Nov 5, 2016, 5:50 PM by HK Ninh
  • Pope to Georgian Catholics: imitate St. Therese's 'little way' Vatican City, Oct 1, 2016 / 01:52 am (CNA/EWTN News).- It’s important to follow the example of St. Therese's “little way,” trusting in God and his consolation with the faith a small child, Pope Francis said Saturday, which marked the feast of the young saint and Doctor of the Church.Quoting from her autobiography, he said St. Therese “shows her 'little way' to God, the trust of a little child who falls asleep without fear in his Father’s arms, because 'Jesus does not demand great actions from us, but simply surrender and gratitude.'”“To receive God’s love we need this littleness of heart: only little ones can be held in their mothers’ arms,” the Pope ...
    Posted Oct 30, 2016, 8:14 PM by HK Ninh
  • The Greatest Story Never Told: Modern Christian Martyrdom PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (The Catholic Standard and Times) - Samuel Masih was a simple street cleaner. One day, while cleaning a garden in Lahore, the twenty-seven-year-old Pakistani Catholic was accused of deliberately piling garbage against the wall of a mosque. He was arrested and thrown in jail, where he was repeatedly tortured for his faith. While being treated for tuberculosis, which he contracted in prison, a police constable decided to earn a place in Janna' (Paradise) by killing him with a brick-cutting hammer. Thousands of miles away, on a beautiful mid-August day, thirty-two-year-old Fr. Jesus Adrian Sanchez was giving religious instruction at a school in the rural area of Chaparral (Tolima), Colombia. An armed ...
    Posted Oct 30, 2016, 8:05 PM by HK Ninh
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What does it mean to be Catholic in today's world? There are many lies and distortions placed upon the Church by the world and the evil spirits that prowl it. So we must proclaim the truth loudly!



Catholic Priest: 'Your Soul Will Be In Grave Danger' If You Vote For Pro-Abortion Politicians

Citing the 5th Commandment, "thou shall not kill," the Catholic Rev. John Lankeit said he was bound to speak out in defense of the most innocent and vulnerable in society -- babies in the womb -- and that faithful Catholics must do the same, especially in this election year. He added that if a Catholic votes for a candidate who supports abortion, then that Catholic's "soul will be in grave danger."

"Make no mistake!" said Fr. Lankeit, the pastor of the Saints Simon & Jude Cathedral in Phoenix, Ariz. "There is no single issue that threatens innocent human life more directly, consistently, imminently and urgently than the deliberate killing of baby boys and baby girls in their mother’s womb. No issue!"


Your Soul Will Be In Grave Danger




Pope Francis on the Year of Mercy

Pope Francis on the Year of Mercy


USCCB - How can we show others the mercy of God?