Nature has been serving up some interesting displays, no? Certainly, it has been granting fascinating visual effects. In the span.
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Call this “campaign curiosities,” or now election ones — of the spiritual kind. First, on the side of the Divine.
From CNN: Pope Francis’ decision to extend priests’ ability to forgive abortion in the confessional will have virtually no effect.
From WorldNetDaily: Sarah Danbury of Lincolnshire, England, and her daughter Amy Beckingham, 19, were in London for treatment at the.
What if — only if — the two most powerful leaders in the world suddenly decided to join forces in.
From the National Catholic Register: Generally, Vatican officials have mixed views about the U.S. election result. One senior Italian official.
From Pew: Unless his reign is short, a Roman Catholic pontiff will appoint most of the men who choose his.
From WorldNetDaily: A 9-year-old Florida boy says an “angel pushed” him to catch his baby brother as the baby fell off.
From the Christian Post: Much of the media is reporting that 81 percent of evangelicals voted for Trump, using exit.
As the month of the souls passes its mid-point, one wonders about those many cases whereby souls of the departed.
From Inside the Vatican: “Our great challenge is to create a culture of encounter which encourages individuals and groups to.
From the End of the American Dream: A record-setting drought has gripped the southern United States, but most people have.
Father Melvin Castro, the founder and spiritual director of the Confraternity of Mary, Mediatrix of All Grace, says that.
From Charisma News: The election was less than a week ago, and already Fox’s Satan-inspired crime drama Lucifer is ready to put President-elect.
From the Christian Post: A major evangelical leader is noting the resilience and pragmatism of conservative Christians in American politics.
From the Times of Malta: Violence erupted in Veracruz, Mexico after a priest was kidnapped last week. Demonstrators burned.
Mysterious it is, how many times movies or other forms of entertainment, such as comic books (especially sci-fi ones), have.
From Associated Press: KARAMLIS, Iraq (AP) — There were gasps, followed by tears at a small church in northern Iraq.
From the New York Post: Another surprise in the election was the Catholic vote, which polls said would be either.
From the Christian Post: (Photo: Reuters/Stringer)Christian families, who fled from violence in Mosul, gather inside a building which was used.
From the Christian Post: (Photo: Reuters/Carlos Barria) Hillary Clinton, accompanied by her husband former U.S. President Bill Clinton (L) and running.
From the Daily Star: The remarkable footage appears to show a flaming object hurtling across the sky with a giant.
From SI Live: STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The priest who posted a controversial video of an aborted fetus on an.
From the Christian Post: Still No Justice 2 Years After Muslim Mob Burned Christian Couple Alive Even though last Friday.
Rev. Frank Pavone has created a disturbing pro-Donald Trump video featuring an aborted fetus ‘It is hard for me to express.
From the UK Independent: Rome – If you’ve ever wondered where the Pope sleeps, you would probably have imagined something.
From the Dallas Morning News: A priest in the Diocese of Amarillo took an aborted fetus, laid it upon an.
From NJ.com: Archbishop Joseph W. Tobin was upending the apple cart, and he was making no apologies for it. It was.