Category Archives: Media

“The Heroism of the Christian Martyrs” – Let’s look at them in the face

from: Rorate Caeli, How can the Church waste time with pseudo-questions, such as “communion for ‘remarried’ divorceed”, when scores of Christians are being slaughtered every single day?   by Antonio Socci Libero February 18, 2015 THE POPE SHOULD HAVE … Continue reading

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Full English translation of THAT press conference

Thanks to Dr Robert from The Moynihan Letters: August 3, 2013, Saturday — The Pope’s press conference, English Below, a complete English translation of the 80-minute press conference, made up of 20 questions, with Pope Francis on July 28, on … Continue reading

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Film about St Winefride’s Well

Some of you enjoyed a film made by my son about the Dome of Home church in the Wirral. Here’s another he has made, this time about the oldest site of continuous Christian pilgrimage in Great Britain, St Winefride’s Well. … Continue reading

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Photos of Pope Francis at Easter Sunday Mass

I’m afraid this is now the third post with pictures taken by my son! These are from today’s Easter Sunday Mass, so I hope you enjoy looking at them.   For a full set, please visit    

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Is this the face of the next Pope?

The BBC’s Rome correspondent thinks he could be in with a shot. Or at least, Pope Benedict XVI seems to favour him. His name is Gianfranco Ravasi (aged 70), only appointed Cardinal in 2010. Based on his record, Ravasi appears … Continue reading

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London’s Churches lead Olympic ‘journey to peace’

The idea of an Olympic truce traces its origins back to the 8th century BC when a literal ‘laying down of arms’ was observed to allow athletes and spectators to travel safely to and from the Games in ancient Greece. … Continue reading

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The Jesuits In America: Life Magazine, October 11th, 1954

Editor’s note: This is an excellent article about Jesuits. It makes me want to sign up myself! Sadly, I lack the youth or the brains.-BB Click here to read (for an index of the priests mentioned see: Good Jesuit, Bad … Continue reading

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The real St. Josemaria Escriva v.the film version.

From: The National Catholic Register. St. Josemaria Escriva, founder of Opus Dei, is pictured in an undated file photo. John Coverdale knew St. Josemaria Escriva, the founder of Opus Dei who is portrayed in the new Roland Joffe film There … Continue reading

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Video: The Wounds of Humanity

Yes, this is a reprint of an article from only a few days ago. Because of disappointing viewing figures, I have decided to re-post it so that our new visitors may see it and refer it on. YOU SHOULD REALLY … Continue reading

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Catholic Social **********

The missing word is ‘NETWORKING’, not teaching. Aid to the Church in Need sent out this by email, 23 hours ago: {Dear email subscriber} We are pleased to announce that ACN has just launched, a private Catholic social networking site, dedicated to young people … Continue reading

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Catholic TV and Radio on your iPhone!

The iTunes App store have this new app available for £0.59. It was only released on 3rd April, so it’s HOT! For those who don’t like the Apple brand, the app’s author informs us that an Android version is on … Continue reading

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