Catholic Medical Professionals Can Be Punished for Following Their Consciences

Catholic Medical Professionals Can Be Punished for Following Their Consciences By Mary Rose Short published on June 23, 2020 in the National Catholic Register A pair of cases in Oregon highlights a problem that persists over conscience rights, even at Catholic hospitals, despite recent efforts by the federal government to enhance protections for such health-care … [Read more…]

How Saint Jude Hospital Began

How Saint Jude Hospital Began More than 70 years ago, Danny Thomas, then a struggling young entertainer with a baby on the way, visited a Detroit church and was so moved during the Mass, he placed his last $7 in the collection box. When he realized what he’d done, Danny prayed for a way to … [Read more…]

Two Popes, One Teaching

Two Popes, One Teaching by Paul Kengor Note the narrative: These media sources portray Benedict’s views on abortion, same-sex “marriage” and homosexuality as completely contrary to Francis in belief and tone. In truth, they’re fully in sync. Francis has been remarkably consistent in opposing abortion, same-sex “marriage” and homosexuality. Sure, he has talked about not … [Read more…]

“It’s 5 o’clock somewhere.”

No Matter When You Look at Your Clock, Some Priest is Offering Mass  By Celeste Behe   St. Pio of Pietrelcina said: “It would be easier for the world to survive without the sun than to do so without the Holy Mass.” “It’s 5 o’clock somewhere,” is a popular saying on party flags and bar … [Read more…]