Here are the prayers to say a rosary for priests:
This is the theme of Catholic Family News’ Conference for 2018. This is also the first year without our fellow friend and colleague, John Vennari.
This new documentary film exposes a Vatican cover-up.
This book is about the narration of the lives of the Holy Family from the first person perspective.
Two FSSPX families from POLAND are looking for an au pair. A young foreign person, typically a woman, who helps with housework or child care in exchange for room and board.
How would you like to win money for your future college or business? Better yet, what about showing your support for a cause that is very important?
FR WILLIAM DOYLE, SJ – MILITARY CHAPLAIN IN WWI This year marks the centennial year of Fr. William Doyle’s death. We take a moment to reflect on his life and bring awareness to his cause for sainthood.
Introduction to A Critical Study of the Novus Ordo Missae “The Ottaviani Intervention”
IT’S HERE What you’ve been asking for that doesn’t eat up your whole data plan!
Pilgrimages are always a good spiritual exercise. It stretches you to your limits.
We recently had the chance to talk with Allie Reis who writes in From the Depths of the Catacombs and also Catholic Family News.
His Excellency Bishop Bernard Tissier de Mallerais was kind enough to allow Magnificiat Media the opportunity to record a recent conference he gave on the life of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.
By Monseigneur De Ségur
The current liberal world order seeks to eradicate from public discourse the one true faith, which it views as an expositor of “hate speech.”
A group of Vatican “scholars” are, for whatever reason, planning to study yet again Martin Luther and the events surrounding the Protestant Revolt.
Rod Dreher’s long-awaited book The Benedict Option has been released. A common theme among reviewers is that Dreher is overly dramatic in his critique of contemporary culture. That he is too dark, too pessimistic.
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.