NJ Governor Tells Tucker Carlson How He Worked Closely with Cardinal Tobin to Ban Sacraments

(via LifeSite) Democratic New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy revealed in an April 15 interview with Tucker Carlson that he worked closely with Pope-Francis appointed Cardinal Joseph Tobin to make sure priests were not dispensing the sacraments due to the coronavirus.  Murphy explained how he “called up” the Cardinal, who is Archbishop of Newark, when the… Continue reading NJ Governor Tells Tucker Carlson How He Worked Closely with Cardinal Tobin to Ban Sacraments

U.S. Bishop Asks His Priests to Give Communion on Holy Thursday

(via LifeSite) Bishop Robert J. Baker, the outgoing head of the Diocese of Birmingham, Alabama, has encouraged his priests to distribute Holy Communion to the faithful on Holy Thursday, the Thursday before Easter. “With this letter I wish to appeal to your pastoral sensitivity and ask that you find an appropriate way to distribute Holy… Continue reading U.S. Bishop Asks His Priests to Give Communion on Holy Thursday

Reflection – “You Will Find Strength in the Eucharist…”

February 2, 2020 – “…You will find strength in the Eucharist-my Son who feeds you with His Body and strengthens you with His Blood…”  “I am the bread of life. Your ancestors ate the manna in the wilderness, yet they died. But here is the bread that comes down from heaven, which anyone may eat and… Continue reading Reflection – “You Will Find Strength in the Eucharist…”

Reflection – “Adore My Son with Me…”

October 2, 2019 – “…My children, apostles of my love, adore my Son with me and love Him above all. Always strive to live in His truth…” “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind’[c]; and, ‘Love your neighbor… Continue reading Reflection – “Adore My Son with Me…”

Cardinal Marx Defies Vatican: German ‘Synod’ Will Go On Despite Invalidity

(via LifeSite) Cardinal Reinhard Marx has fired back at the Vatican after it informed him the German bishops’ plans for a “binding synodal path” are “not ecclesiologically valid,” saying the German bishops’ plans, which include addressing issues of priestly celibacy, the role of women, and sexual morality, will be “helpful” to the Church. “Countless believers… Continue reading Cardinal Marx Defies Vatican: German ‘Synod’ Will Go On Despite Invalidity

Reflection – Contemplating the Holy Eucharist

June 2, 2018 – “…My children, the Eucharist-my Son alive among you-His words will help you comprehend, because His word is life, His word makes the soul breath, His word brings about cognition of love.” The Most Holy and Blessed Sacrament of the Eucharist is as Catechism states, “the sum and summary of our faith.”… Continue reading Reflection – Contemplating the Holy Eucharist

Reflection – “A Miracle of Love!”

May 2, 2018 – “All that my Son, who is the light of love, has done and does, He has done out of love…. But, my children, do not forget that the Eucharist is the heart of faith. This is my Son who feeds you with His Body and strengthens you with His Blood. This is… Continue reading Reflection – “A Miracle of Love!”