17 Christians Killed – including Children – during Baby Dedication in Nigeria by Fulani – Please Pray Another Fire Intentionally Set in Confessional of Notre-Dame de Grâce Church in France on Easter Sunday Former Chief Architect of Notre Dame Believes the Fire Was Set Intentionally Architect Suggests Putting a Minaret on Notre Dame in […]
Quotes about Saint Joseph St. Joseph was chosen among all men, to be the protector and guardian of the Virgin Mother of God; the defender and foster-father of the Infant-God, and the only co-operator upon earth, the one confidant of the secret of God in the work of the redemption of mankind. – St. Bernard […]
Here is a Lenten retreat (for priests but laymen will profit from this as well) done in 2017 in England.
There are 43 total Basilicas in Argentina. I’m just picking 10 to show 1) Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar, Buenos Aires White Basílica Nuestra Señora del Pilar, the key structure of the former Franciscan convent in Recoleta, belongs among the most beautiful examples of colonial Baroque architecture in Argentina. The church was built […]
Back in 2013, one of our priests, during his adult catechism class, warned us about what a future persecution in America might look like. The example he used was from a recent speech the papal nuncio gave at Notre Dame on this topic. Turns out that Nuncio was none other than Vigano. Here is the […]
There are a total of 27 basilicas in Mexico. 1) Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of the Assumption – Aguascalientes City It is the main Catholic building of the city of Aguascalientes in Mexico, and one of the emblematic monuments of the city. It is located in the Plaza de la Patria. The construction of […]
1) Basílica Santuario Nacional de Nuestra Señora de la Caridad del Cobre (National Shrine Basilica of Our Lady of Charity) – Santiago de Cuba, Cuba It was built in 1926 in the village of El Cobre about 12 miles west of Santiago de Cuba. It is a 3 aisled church on the hill “Cerro de […]
1) The founder is a Venerable of the Church. Father Michael McGivney was born in Waterbury, Conn., on August 12, 1852. His parents, Patrick and Mary (Lynch) McGivney, had arrived in the great 19th century wave of Irish immigration. Patrick McGivney became a molder in the heat and noxious fumes of a Waterbury brass mill. Mary […]