In response to disturbing emails revealed last week concerning email conversations between high-level political operatives in this election about how to subvert Church teaching, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is warning Catholics to take this threat very seriously in the upcoming election.
Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS
All Christians of good will need to take a serious look at new emails revealed by Wikileaks which show that Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman and left-wing activist, John Podesta, along with the financial backing of George Soros, has been actively working to foment a “revolution” in the Catholic Church in order to bring her Bible-based teachings into line with their liberal agenda.
Police are searching for suspects who defaced the walls of two churches in San Antonio with graffiti reading, “No to wall” and “Islam or Die.”
With Americans facing an upcoming presidential election featuring two of the most unpopular candidates in the nation’s history, Bishop James V. Johnston of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Missouri, encourages Catholic to look at the bigger picture when deciding how to vote.
A member of the International Association of Exorcist (IAE) says the worldwide lack of exorcists – coupled with a dramatic increase in dabbling in the dark arts – has resulted in a “pastoral emergency.”
In spite of what the media might want us to believe, the Catholic Church is alive and well in spite of the rise of secularism, doubling in size in the last three decades and expected to increase by another 400 million by 2050.
Just days before the largest 40 Days for Life campaign kicks off across America, Archbishop Vincenzio Paglia, the newly appointed president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, extended the Holy See’s official endorsement of their work.
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has unveiled its 2017 commemorative stamps, one of which will Father Theodore M. Hesburgh (1917-2015), long-time president of Notre Dame University and an important figure in the civil rights movement.