Daily Archives: August 12, 2021

The Abortion Ties of the COVID Vaccines: A Deal-Killer or No Big Deal?

By JOHN ZMIRAK at THE STREAM Published on August 12, 2021: Yesterday I went to visit my doctor. Why? Mainly, because a good friend of mine and his family came down with COVID. He’s an MMA athlete, and the illness left him, as … Continue reading

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Gratitude to God

Detroit, Mich., Jul 30, 2021 / 15:19 pm (CNA). Blessed Solanus Casey’s childhood was not easy. He contracted diphtheria that permanently damaged his voice. Casey’s family also struggled economically since he was one of sixteen children. Despite these struggles, Casey’s … Continue reading


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Do You Suffer From Depression? St. Ignatius of Loyola Has Been There Too

By Zubair Simonson at The National Catholic Register: In a secluded cave, near the Catalonian town of Manresa, there was a man. The dancing candlelight pulsed over his clasped hands like a heartbeat. He stood uneven on his knees, for … Continue reading

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