Benedict Opens New Evangelization of Europe and America Office

Pope Benedict XVI is continuing to fulfill his goal of re-evangelizing the West, Europe and the Americas.  His Holiness has opened a new office called the Pontifical Council for the New Evangelization of the West. Rome Reports has a short

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Supreme Court Holds That the Second Amendment Applies to the States

In the case of McDonald v. the City of Chicago, the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the Second Amendment applies to the states.  Read the decision here.  The decision was 5-4 which is absolutely stunning since I

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Comedy Centrals Anti-Catholic Bigotry

Brent Bozell of NewsBusters documented Comedy Central’s attacks on the Catholic in a post this past Saturday that I’m reposting here. It’s been two months since Comedy Central censored Mohammed out of their cartoon “South Park.” Even the utterance of

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Robert Byrd, Requiescat In Pace

Kristina Peterson of the Dow Jones Newswires writes for the Wall Street Journal this synopsis of Robert Byrd’s life: Robert Byrd, the 92-year-old West Virginia Democrat who served in the U.S. Senate for 51 years, died Monday. A spokesman for

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Abraham Lincoln on the Declaration of Independence

On February 2, 1861, on his way to Washington, Abraham Lincoln stopped at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.  There he made a few remarks on the Declaration: Mr. Cuyler: I am filled with deep emotion at finding myself standing here, in

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Convent Controversy: May Be Sold and Turned Into a Mosque

This is a bit of old news but still fascinating to say the least. The latest news thus far as of June 21. The sale of a convent to a Muslim group is stalling due to strong opposition from the

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