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  • Indian Schoolchildren Claim to See Our Lady
    A group of both Hindu and Catholic schoolchildren in India say they saw Our Lady standing under the altar in their church, accompanied by the scent of jasmine, the gift of contrition, and the miraculous healing of a girl’s ear … Read the rest...

  • Shoddy Science Behind Transgender Therapies for Children
    Even though transgenderism is in vogue, medical experts say much of today’s fascination with gender change therapy for children is rooted in ideology rather than sound science. CNA/EWTN News is reporting on a panel of experts who on Gender Dysphoria … Read the rest...

  • Prayerful Reflection
    October 16 “Christian prayer tries above all to meditate on the mysteries of Christ, as in lectio divina or the Rosary. This form of prayerful reflection is of great value, but Christian prayer should go further: to the knowledge of … Read the rest...

  • Let’s Continue Our Lady’s Peace Plan for the World!
    Commentary by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS We just celebrated the 100th anniversary of the last apparition of Fatima and the famous Miracle of the Sun, but the messages that rocked the world a century ago continue to speak to the hearts … Read the rest...

  • Mary Visits Her Children: Our Lady of Fatima
    Today, October 13, is the 100th Anniversary of the “Miracle of the Sun,” the final event predicted by Our Lady of Fatima to the three shepherd children.  The miracle was witnessed by over 70,000 people. Here’s the story behind the story. … Read the rest...

  • Focusing Our Eyes on Christ
    October 13 “In a word, by focusing our eyes on Christ, the Rosary also makes us peacemakers in the world. By its nature as an insistent choral petition in harmony with Christ’s invitation to ‘pray ceaselessly’ (Lk. 18:1), the Rosary … Read the rest...

  • Abortion Survivor Learns to Forgive
    After 36 years, Melissa Ohden, who was supposed to have been aborted in a hospital on August 29, 1977, finally met the mother who had been forced to terminate the pregnancy and who never knew that her little girl had … Read the rest...

  • Immersing Oneself in Contemplation
    October 12 “To rediscover the Rosary means to immerse oneself in contemplation of the mystery of Christ who ‘is our peace.’”                                       … Read the rest...

  • It Begins . . . California Sues Over HHS Mandate
    The state of California is suing the Trump administration, claiming that it unlawfully discriminates against women in its decision to limit the onerous birth control mandate that formerly required religious employers to cover health care services that violate their beliefs. … Read the rest...

  • Boy Scouts To Admit Girls Beginning 2018
    The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) announced yesterday, on the International Day of the Girl, that they will begin to allow girls to become Cub Scouts and for older girls to earn the rank of Eagle Scout beginning in 2018. … Read the rest...

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