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Unchaining Our Health

As Catholics are learning more and more about the role of fetal tissue research in modern medicine, they are asking how they can break free from its chains.

Unchaining Our Health

As Catholics are learning more and more about the role of fetal tissue research in modern medicine, they are asking how they can break free from its chains.

Mourning the Loss

Modernism, as an ideological stance, is essentially iconoclastic. It exists principally by standing in judgment against what has existed, even when what has existed is profoundly and naturally human.

The Church's response to COVID is driven by “concern for the safety of our members and the vulnerable”—a rationale that would have struck early Christians as strange.

Legalized abortion is, in part, due to the catastrophic moral and spiritual failure of men—especially Christian men—who have stood on the sidelines for so long.

It is easy to jump to rash judgements about people, but we should see the image of God in each person.

We have made an idol of medicine, and we have given the care of our bodies to thieves and murderers who slaughter children for profit.

One of the last interviews given by Alice von Hildebrand, who passed away on January 14, 2022.

As good as the available tools and psychological aids are in helping men to combat pornography, a certain disposition is necessary for a man to have any success.

In our brave new world where private property, mobility, privacy, free speech, and freedom of conscience are luxuries for the technocratic elites alone, the metaverse promises to keep the masses content.

The Beauty of Austerity

Faithfulness to the austere beauty of Teresa’s rule was the cause for canonization for a little-known modern saint, Mother Maravillas de Jesus (1891-1974).

Catholics who yearn to attend a reverent Mass may find that the Ordinariate Form (Anglican Use) may just be the home they are looking for.

As the Church seeks to understand the morality of abortion-tainted vaccines, the sensus fidelium is critically important. We have an urgent responsibility to contribute to the Church's elucidation of this teaching.

If you have compassion for the unvaccinated being discriminated against, how can you support a business that participates in this kind of discrimination? 

In Praise of Slow

Our problem is not so much that we are “communicating” too much (though we are); the problem is that we don’t reflect before we do.

We need to take our faith into the public square, and this includes bringing meaningful songs to a people starved for beauty.

God Loves You!

God is charity: He has loved us with an everlasting love! 

Christmas heralds the importance of life, the discarding of sin, and seizing the opportunities to do good things. It challenges the selfish to think of others; it urges the desperate to have hope.

With vaccination passes being implemented for Mass, we face a class system based on one’s vaccination status, which would limit the Mass to those of the privileged class.

All Christians should purge themselves of the ignorance, laziness, and viciousness that they’ve internalized from a COVID-positive culture. They should deny themselves as much as they can and leave their hearts open for Christ. 

The implosion of the Veritatis Splendor community, and the success of another community, offers a stark contrast on what makes a Christian community successful.

If the traditional sacraments are forbidden, how will you respond? Look to the past and trust your Catholic sense.

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