Donald R. McClarey

Archbishop Kurtz Apologizes

From the Archbishop’s blog:   I offer further reflections about the events at the March for Life involving Covington Catholic High School students.  Today’s letter sent by Bishops Roger Foys to Covington Catholic High School parents is a good description

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Donald R. McClarey

Bishop Foys Apologizes

Hattip to commenter Greg Mockeridge:   Diocese of Covington Bishop Roger Foys apologized Friday afternoon for issuing a premature statement about a group of Covington Catholic High School students’ interactions with Native American activists Saturday in Washington, D.C. In a

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Donald R. McClarey

Better Start Deleting Your Posts Mark

Things are about to get serious for the smear merchants, looking at you Mark Shea and Bishop John Stowe, who libeled the Covington students:   The family of Covington Catholic student Nick Sandmann has hired top Atlanta libel lawyer L.

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Donald R. McClarey

Democrat Lecturing

  News that I missed, courtesy of The Babylon Bee:   U.S.—The nation’s progressives announced Wednesday they will resume lecturing you on morality after they’re finished applauding a new law allowing more babies to be murdered that was passed in

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Donald R. McClarey

January 18, 1919: The Paris Peace Conference Begins

  In examining the Paris Peace Conference, it is hard to be objective.  We know that another World War followed, much more terrible, only two decades later.  It is difficult to view the Paris Peace Conference as anything other than

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Poppo

ST. POPPO was born in Flanders in 978, and received a pious education, under the care of a most virtuous mother, who died a nun at Verdun. In his youth he served for some time in the army, but even

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: John Stowe

The caliber of the men that Pope Francis is elevating to be bishops is typified by Bishop John Stowe who bashed the Covington students:   A Kentucky bishop known for pro-homosexual advocacy has published a commentary criticizing the high school

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