Daily Archives: January 10, 2018

Devotion of the Popes to St Philomena

Somewhat late in the day but today, still the 10th January, is, according to tradition, the day we celebrate the birthday of early Christian virgin and martyr, Saint Philomena.  From Sensus Fidelium At the beginning of the 19th century, St. Philomena … Continue reading

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Cardinal Caffarra “Suffered Terribly” Because of Pope Francis

  Gloria TV reports: An unnamed ex-journalist who is a Catholic, writes on Marco Tosatti’s blog (January 6) that the late Cardinal Carlo Caffarra, one of the four Dubia cardinals, “suffered terribly” because Pope Francis had not deemed him worthy … Continue reading

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‘Not in our name’ – Tuam survivors reject calls for repeal of pro-life law

In 2014 we reported on CP&S about the uproar in the media on the discovered bodies of infants buried in the grounds at the Tuam Mother and Baby Home in Ireland. Now the subject has re-emerged in the Irish media … Continue reading

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