The 2016 Ireland Needs Fatima Calendar is sure to thrill again! Large, expertly designed, this calendar is simply beautiful. Every page boasts state-of-the-art photographs of the most beautiful sites of Ireland. For our Ireland Needs Fatima 2016 calendar we continue with our series focusing on the effect of the apparitions on the seers – this […]

Luther, Absolutely Not!

November 24, 2015

Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira, who’s word and pen were always at the service of Christian Civilization. In 1974, I had the honor of being the first to sign a declaration published in a number of the main Brazilian dailies and reproduced in almost all the nations where the then eleven TFPs existed. Its title was […]

On the last Sunday of the liturgical year, the Catholic Church celebrates the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe. This solemnity was instituted by Pope Pius XI in 1925 in his encyclical Quas Primas as an antidote to secularism, a way of life which leaves God out of man’s thinking and living […]

Novena to Christ the King

November 14, 2015

On the last Sunday of the liturgical year, the Catholic Church celebrates the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe. This year the Solemnity of Christ the King falls on 22nd November. Today, 14th of November, we start the nine-days novena prayer to Christ the King with the intention of protection for Ireland […]

STOP Blaspheming Our Lord Now!

November 13, 2015

The Outburst Queer Arts Festival of Belfast is promoting a blasphemous piece called “The Gospel According to Jesus Queen of Heaven.” Just the title should fill us with indignation. The piece, which already met with fury in Scotland where it made its début, is “a revolutionary queer ritual in which bread is shared, wine is drunk and […]

St. Stanislaus Kostka

November 13, 2015

St. Stanislaus Kostka was born at Rostkowo, near Przasnysz, Poland, on 28 October 1550; died in Rome during the night of 14-15 August, 1568. He entered the Society of Jesus in Rome on his 17th birthday (28 October 1567), and is said to have foretold his death a few days before it occurred. His father, Jan […]

St. Charles Borromeo

November 4, 2015

Charles was born into a family both noble and devout and divided his early years between the family’s Castle of Arona on Lake Maggiore and their palace in Milan. At twelve he was admitted to minor clerical orders and received the revenues from a wealthy abbey nearby, but he showed his upright character by assigning […]

“Halloween really is evil” stated the International Association of Exorcists in their Vatican meeting.  “Many say Halloween is a simple carnival, but in fact there is nothing innocent or fun about it – it is the antechamber to something much more dangerous.”[i] Origins of Halloween Halloween’s innocent origins can be found in a more Catholic […]

Sts. Simon and Jude

October 28, 2015

Simon, surnamed the Zealot, may have been part of the group of that name, which repudiated foreign domination of Israel. Beyond the fact that he was chosen by Our Lord as one of the twelve Apostles, there is no mention of him in the Gospels. According to Western tradition, after preaching in Egypt, he joined […]

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