In the digital edition of the UK’s best Catholic weekly, The Catholic Herald, I saw a great pieces.
First, and I think this is only on the full, digital edition and not on the website, there is an article by Edward Pentin about the reaction of Robert Card. Sarah of the Pontifical Council “Cor Unum” to efforts by UN head Ban Ki Moom to press a homosexual agenda in African countries.
I didn’t see this reported anywhere else. If it was, I missed it. But the liberal re-engineering efforts march on, in goose-stepping unity across the globe.
“African bishops must react”, to such a move, the Guinean cardinal told me, adding: “This is not our culture. It’s against our faith.” He said that it is “not possible to impose on the poor this kind of European mentality.”
Perhaps there is a diocese open in the USA which could use the clear language offered by Card. Sarah.
Then there is an article asking which sort of hospital chapel you prefer? The photos give you a sense of the article.
There is also an article about how priests are remaining in the Syrian city Homs even as violence escalates… and the world watches and does nothing.
Also, there is a good article by my friend Msgr. Andrew Wadsworth, Executive Secretary of ICEL, about what Lent is about. He uses prayers from various days during Lent to illustrate his point: Lent: A time to go to war – with yourself. WDTPRS has shown for years the military imagery which is clear in the Latin texts of many of our orations for Mass.
I find the full edition of the Catholic Herald online to be very interesting, especially because they are more advanced in the kulturkampf against the Church and against natural law (reason) in the UK than we are in the US. Perhaps you would too.