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It is estimated that from 1968 to 1971, at least one million Egyptians (and numerous foreigners) saw a luminous female figure atop the roof of St. Mary’s (Orthodox) Coptic Church in Zeitoun, a suburb of Cairo.
To restore SSPX clergy to full communion with Rome while letting them cross their fingers behind their backs on religious freedom (and ecumenism) when they make the profession of faith and take the oath of fidelity would, by a bizarre ultra-traditionalist route, enshrine a “right to dissent” within the Church.
Dualism particularly resonates in American culture because our culture values the quest for self-discovery and manipulation of nature to serve human purposes.
On the readings for Sunday, April 23, 2017, Sunday of Divine Mercy
"I think in the first place they [the four cardinals] have not read the Amoris Laetitia," says the cardinal from Honduras, who is a key papal advisor, "because unfortunately this is the case!"
The popular food chain, according to a board member of the Lambda group, "has a questionable history on civil rights and human rights" contrary to "diversity and inclusion."
While the tragic fate of European Jewry during the Holocaust is well known in the West, the heroic and tragic story of the Polish underground is less familiar, and this is another reason to see Niki Caro’s film.
Across the country—from the capital Kinshasa to the volatile North Kivu—Catholic churches, schools and convents are being hit by armed rebels, bandits or militias associated with traditional groups such as Kamwina Nsapu.
As the late Columbia University cultural historian Jacques Barzun (an immigrant from France) used to say, whoever wants to understand the heart and mind of America had better understand baseball.
The life, thought, and career of Karol Wojtyla sheds quite a bit of light on the advantages and limitations of the Benedict Option.
The “April the giraffe” sensation highlights the schizophrenic, barbaric nature of the pro-abortion movement.

National Catholic Register has posted an article, titled

Samer’s story drags the reader into the heart of an otherwise distant conflict, forcing us to walk those streets, witness those atrocities, feel that fear.
On the Readings for The Resurrection of the Lord | April 16, 2017 | Easter Sunday
Writers are often seduced by cultural genies to make characters into sock puppets and plot lines into bullhorns that parrot “smart” thinking or ridicule “regressive” perspectives and values.
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