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David Carollo and Fr. Joshua Caswell

David Carollo and Fr. Joshua Caswell

Dave Carollo is joined by Father Joshua Caswell of St. John Cantius Church in Chicago to discuss the latest events going on in society today.  Both share their opinions on how our relationship with God, brings us closer to His love, as well as His help in times of need and help.  They also share the exciting upcoming […]

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We have a Strong Advocate in Mary, Queen of Heaven

We have a Strong Advocate in Mary, Queen of Heaven

By Donal Anthony Foley – Today’s feast of the Queenship of Mary was introduced into the Church’s liturgical calendar on October 11, 1954 by Pope Pius XII in his encyclical Ad caeli reginam (“The Queen of Heaven”). The previous year, he had written Fulgens corona (“Radiant Crown”) and ordained that 1954 should be a Marian […]

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Thousands Respond to 54-Day Novena for Nation

Thousands Respond to 54-Day Novena for Nation

On this Feast of the Assumption, thousands of people are responding to the request from the Holy League and Cardinal Raymond Burke to begin praying the 54 Day Novena for our Nation today through October 7, the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary https://www.novenaforournation.com/. This is also an appropriate response in lieu of the […]

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Console Mary:  Novena and First Saturday Devotion to Atone for Black Mass

Console Mary: Novena and First Saturday Devotion to Atone for Black Mass

The Oklahoma City Civic Center is once again ground zero for a blasphemous Black Mass followed by an offensive ritual called “Consumption of Mary,” to be performed by Satanist priest Adam Daniels, a registered sex offender and leader of the Church of Ahriman. This is set to take place on August 15th, the Feast of […]

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The Unknown Doctor Who Tried to Save Edith Stein

The Unknown Doctor Who Tried to Save Edith Stein

By Barb Ernster – St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross is better known as Edith Stein, the famous German philosopher who was gassed at Auschwitz on August 9, 1942. Stein was born into a devout Jewish family and became an atheist at age 13. She was drawn to the Catholic Faith after reading the works […]

Sts. Joachim and Anne remind grandparents of their important role

Sts. Joachim and Anne remind grandparents of their important role

by Donal Anthony Foley July 26 is the Memorial of Sts. Joachim and Anne, parents of the Virgin Mary and grandparents of Jesus Christ. This year, it coincides with World Youth Day taking place in Krakow, Poland, July 25-31. Sts. Joachim and Anne are not mentioned in the New Testament, but this should not surprise […]

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What are we to make of the vision of hell seen by the Fatima children on July 13, 1917?

What are we to make of the vision of hell seen by the Fatima children on July 13, 1917?

This was revealed in Sr. Lucia’s Third Memoir, written in the summer of 1941, when she revealed the first two parts of the Fatima secret—the first part of this secret was the vision of hell. She describes hell as being like a great sea of fire in which demons and souls in human form were […]

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Independence Day or Dependence Day?

Independence Day or Dependence Day?

By David Carollo – When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a […]

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From Colonial Times, Americans Desire Religious Freedom

From Colonial Times, Americans Desire Religious Freedom

By Larry Maginot – It seems very fitting that the Fatima Centennial coast-to-coast tour of the International Pilgrim Virgin Statue began in many of the states that were original colonies of the United States, the destinations of peoples in past centuries who set out from Europe in search of a place where they hoped to […]

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Sts. Peter and Paul: Examples of Faith & Conversion

Sts. Peter and Paul: Examples of Faith & Conversion

By David Carollo Today the Church celebrates the feast of Saints Peter and Paul. Simon Peter was the first of the Apostles to acknowledge Jesus as the Christ.  When asked, “Who do you say that I am?” Peter replied, “You are the Christ, the Son of the Living God.”  This Divinely inspired answer showed that […]

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