What is CNEWA?

We have a new video posted on our award-winning blog One-to-One that offers what I think are some inspiring and compelling answers. The video is below.  Enjoy.  And you can find out more about the agency where I work at this link.   [Read more...]

Great moments in journalism: MSNBC’s Scarborough links James Holmes to autism — UPDATED

Blogger Leo Zanchettin has details:  I just had to check in with Facebook one more time. And what did I find? Links to a video clip from MSNBC commentator Joe Scarborough this morning. He was discussing Friday night’s shooting in an Aurora, Colorado, movie theater, trying to find sense in the horrendous events. Then in the course of [Read More...]

How to turn your Mac into a noisy old typewriter

Read all about it.  And check out the video below.  I’m in love.  Clackity clackity clackity clack. [Read more...]

SSPX demands “freedom to correct promoters of the errors of modernism, liberalism, and Vatican II”

Details:  The Lefebvrian General Chapter concluded a few days ago following the Holy See’s request for a response from the Fraternity regarding the doctrinal preamble. By accepting and signing the preamble, the Society of St. Pius X would have received canonical recognition and returned to a full communion with Rome. But the road still looks [Read More...]

Tony Blair talks about his faith, says he favors gay marriage: “I’m not a doctrinal ideologue”

He gave an interview recently to Charles Moore of the Telegraph.  An excerpt:  Tony Blair is vigorous proof of life after political death. He is back in London, looking well, smartly dressed in the combination of blue suit and brown shoes that, traditionally, is the mark of being not quite a gentleman. “I’ve put my [Read More...]

Meet Larry Blake, married priest

Below is a very good report looking at the life of Fr. Larry Blake, a married priest in Minnesota. KEYC – Mankato News, Weather, Sports – Details: Father Andrew Cozzens with the St. Paul Seminary School of Divinity said, “Well it’s actually a sign of how important the Church sees it that only the Pope [Read More...]

Ordination update: history is made, with 3 new deacons in Westminster

That would be in the United Kingdom.  The worldwide diaconate continues to grow, praise God.  This is the first class ordained in Westminister. The three are shown above. Here’s an email I got this afternoon from Across the Pond: Here’s three amigos. Anthony Curran who is the Director of Catechetics for the archdiocese of Westminster; [Read More...]

Worth a thousand words: light in the darkness

A memorial for 12 shooting victims sits at the fountain of Aurora Municipal Center after a prayer vigil Sunday. [Read more...]

Lawsuits challenging HHS mandate keep piling up

An overview, from the Washington newspaper The Hill:  Challenges to President Obama’s birth-control mandate are piling up in court. Twenty-four lawsuits have been filed against the federal birth-control mandate so far, mostly from religious groups that view the policy as a dangerous erosion of religious freedom. Foes of the mandate got a boost after Illinois-based [Read More...]

Prayers in Colorado: “What kind of people are we becoming?”

Details, from the Los Angeles Times:  At Queen of Peace Catholic Church, about 20 minutes from the Century 16 theater, service-goers on Sunday almost completely filled the 1,500-seat building at a morning Mass to remember parishioner A.J. Boik and to pray for at least two other church members injured in Friday’s tragic theater shooting. Some [Read More...]


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