Egypt Builds a Church in Honor of Beheaded Coptic Martyrs

  Great News! The government of Egypt, under the direction of President Sisi, funded the building of the beautiful memorial church. Pray that Sisi succeeds in his attempts to reform Egyptian Islam and protect the Copts. From World Watch Monitor: It is a special day for the Coptic community of Minya province, Upper Egypt, as a […]

Communist Appointed Bishops?

Perhaps Pope Francis will be vindicated. But it’s telling that in pursuit of this accommodation he has had to shut out Cardinal Zen, who has had long, hard experience dealing with Beijing. Perhaps someone ought to remind the Vatican that the Lord’s advice was to “render unto Caesar ” not surrender to Caesar. From the […]

Overcoming Darkness, at the March for Life

“…there’s a perniciousness so intimate about abortion. About severing a mother from her child. About its being state-sanctioned. About its even being culturally encouraged in ways quite loud, and about the recesses of deep and private pain that is shared by all too many. It’s about an unnecessary deprivation of love, a deprivation that doctors […]

Supreme Court Refuses to Hear Challenge to Religious Freedom Projections

The court’s refusal to hear the case leaves intact the law, known as H.B. 1523, that says the state government will not take any discriminatory action against persons who don’t believe in same-sex marriage, homosexuality and transgenderism. From The Hill: The Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear two cases challenging a Mississippi law that allows businesses and […]

Canada is Losing Religious Liberty

Recent laws and statements in Canada have greatly endangered religious liberty. Foster parents are not allowed to be against pre-marital sexual activity for the children, and are required to permit children to change their “gender identity.” Sadly, some U.S. states are following similar paths. From the Daily Signal: Outside of watching the occasional hockey game […]

Christ the King, King of Kings

We may owe the legitimate secular powers some obedience, but there is Another who has a prior and superseding claim on us. FROM NATIONAL REVIEW The Solemnity of Christ the King, a most peculiar Christian holiday and a relatively new one: It was instituted by Pope Pius XI in 1925 — practically the day before […]

United For Life Annual Award Luncheon 2017

  UNITED FOR LIFE awarded its annual Human Life Award to Walter B. Hoye II, both Founder and President of the Issues4Life Foundation, the California Civil Rights Foundation, Founder of the Frederick Douglass Foundation of California. Walter gave an exciting presentation of some of his new media tools that is reaching the African American community in new ways. We also heard […]