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What the Holy Father Said About Rabbits and Why

February 18th, 2015 Comments off

This article was first posted January 26, 2015, at National Catholic Register.

The recent news-cycle flap over Pope Francis and the bunnies has confused many people inside and outside of the Catholic Church.

Lots of people continue to be concerned that the Holy Father ought to be clearer in his manner of speaking. I would like to make something good out of this latest situation. Read more…

Pope Francis, the Holocaust, and abortion

June 6th, 2014 Comments off

BY SHEILA LIAUGMINAS

We need to be reminded of lessons we vow never to forget.

When Pope Francis visited each stop on his Holy Land pilgrimage last weekend, he delivered short but poignant messages, keeping with the way Francis addresses everything he sees and sums up concerning problems for global humanity. Read more…

Pope Francis to youth: have the courage to get married, have children

October 8th, 2013 Comments off

by John Jalsevac

Watch the brief video.

ASSISI, Italy, Oct. 4, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Pope Francis urged youth today to have the “courage” to get married and have children despite a culture that emphasizes “individual rights” over family. Read more…

The media are getting Pope Francis wrong, again

September 24th, 2013 Comments off

So, yes, the Pope is still Catholic. And no, he didn’t say what they claim he said.

Those are the basics. And Pope Francis is pretty basic, which is probably why he was elected in that conclave by brother cardinals in the first place. They knew what the church needed at this time in history, and this man fit the bill. Why? He’s humble, simple, accessible, speaks plainly and to everyone. He both admonishes and exhorts, and includes himself among the flock who need constant examination of conscience and reminders of who started the church and what he taught and did by way of example. Read more…

News Flash: Pope Still Catholic!

July 31st, 2013 Comments off

“The ‘who am I to judge’ comment was specifically referring to situations of a person with same sex attraction who is living a celibate life and seeking God in good faith.”

– Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse –

SAN DIEGO, CA – Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, president of the Ruth Institute, today released a statement regarding the recent remarks by Pope Francis. Read more…