The “Christmas wars” are being fought – and won – all over the world these days. The latest victory occurred in a shopping mall in Scotland where the faithful convinced the owners to overturn their ban on allowing a Nativity scene in their Christmas display.
A team of archaeologists has found evidence that the biblical cities of Sodom and Gomorrah were indeed wiped out by “fire and brimstone” when a meteor collided with the atmosphere and exploded over the area.
We’ve all heard of the spirit of the anti-Christ, but is there an accompanying spirit of anti-Mary? The current condition of our world tell us a lot about the nature of this spirit – and also why there is so much reason to believe that an Age of Mary has already begun.
In what is being hailed as a big win for the abortion industry and a disappointment for pro-life citizens, Justice Brett Kavanaugh sided with the liberal wing of the Supreme Court in refusing to hear a case concerning state efforts to defund Planned Parenthood.
Pasco County Public Schools is facing a legal battle after parents were forced to call upon lawyers to stop a middle school from forcing unwilling teachers to oversee a gender-confused girl who was permitted to use boys’ facilities, and for allowing a school psychologist to direct students to off-premise resources for contraception and sexual activity counseling without parental permission.
An elementary school principal who banned such things as candy canes, Santa Claus, and “any red and green” items for fear of offending those who don’t celebrate Christmas has been placed on administrative leave.
The “safe and legal abortion” myth suffered yet another blow on Friday when the Florida Board of Medicine revoked the medical license of late-term abortionist James Scott Pendergraft, IV who was arrested for operating an illegal home abortion and drug distribution business out of the back of his van. As usual, the so-called “pro-woman” mainstream media utterly ignored the story.
Former Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco, a devout pro-life Catholic who recently learned that her ocular cancer has spread to her liver and is now considered to be incurable, says she has made peace with the diagnosis.
In a brilliant new book, author and statesman William J. Bennett explains who St. Nicholas was and why he matters to Christmas.