A group of Vatican “scholars” are, for whatever reason, planning to study yet again Martin Luther and the events surrounding the Protestant Revolt.
On Monday, March 13th a group of Anglicans sang Evensong (the equivalent of Catholic Vespers) in St. Peter’s Basilica. David Moxon, an Anglican “Archbishop” who runs the Anglican Center in Rome, presided over the sacreligious event. Pope Francis was not in attendance.
There’s been a lot of talk about the so-called Benedict Option over the past couple years. Rod Dreher, a blogger at The American Conservative, has been driving the conversation.
Most everyone has heard of Malachi Martin. Born in Ireland in 1921, he was ordained a Jesuit priest in 1954.
Good news from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The amount of homes that don’t own a television has doubled since 2009.
Catholic politician Marine Le Pen has a good chance at becoming the next President of France. Quite naturally, the Davos crowd is in a frenzy. Among other things, she has promised to get tough on immigration and, most recently, pledged to replace homosexual “marriages” with “civil partnerships.” Clever of her to announce this right when she took the lead in the polls. Oh, and did I mention she refused to meet with Lebanon’s grand mufti because she was to wear a headscarf?
Why does every Fr. Tom, Brother Dick and Deacon Harry in the post-conciliar Church think they have to appropriate cultural norms in order to reach Catholics? The Church got along just fine without karaoke machines, “youth masses” and selfie sticks.
Peter Ritzen is a world-renowned pianist, composer and conductor. He has performed throughout Europe, Asia, and the United States and is an acclaimed interpreter of Franz Liszt & Theodor Leschetizky.
PRESENTING: PRAYER AFTER MEALS Hosted by Jesús Ángel Miguel Garcia
The Bishops of Malta have issued a decree allowing Catholics living in a state of mortal sin to receive communion so long as their conscience tells them they are “at peace with God.”
Presenting an all new feature on Magnificat Media/Radio…The Latin Word of the Week hosted by Jesús Ángel Miguel Garcia.
Daniel McAdams is the Executive Director of the Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity. On this episode of Church and State, he and Stephen Kokx discuss, among other things, the Rex Tillerson hearings, fake news, Russia, and the military-industrial complex.
2017 marks the 100th anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima. It also marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Revolt against the one true faith.
Dr. Robert Kraynak is a professor of political science and director of the Center for Freedom & Western Civilization at Colgate University in New York. For decades, he’s written about Catholicism, political theory, and democracy.
McDonald’s just opened up a restaurant literally feet from St. Peter’s Square. The prime real estate will cost the multinational corporation $33,000 per month.
The world goes on vacation. Catholics go on pilgrimages.
The mainstream media and the CIA are coordinating with a cabal of international elites to undermine President-elect Donald Trump. His potential peaceful relationship with Vladimir Putin could set back their plans for global hegemony a full 30 years.
Brian McCall from Oklahoma Law School joins Stephen Kokx on Church and State to talk about the 2016 election. Among other things, the two discuss what Donald Trump’s victory means for the future of liberalism in the West and what policies he might pursue once in office.
Parents have an immense responsibility. Not only must they ensure that the material needs of their children are met, but they must see to it that their children’s spiritual needs are looked after as well.
The modern medical industry tells us that if we are in pain, all we need to do is take a pill and we’ll be fine. More often than not, prescription drugs have long lasting side effects that harm the human body.