Tag Archives: St Charles Borromeo

“Don’t Call Me Hero”: The Catholic Attitude

The following article illustrates historically what the recent Rorate Caeli article entitled “A theologian analyzes the morality of the cancellation of public Masses and the closure of churches by the State” documented theologically: the attitude priests must have in administering … Continue reading

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St Damien of Molokai, Fr Doyle, and the role of the priest in a time of danger

From the blog by Patrick Kenny, “REMEMBERING FR WILLIE DOYLE SJ: The world is living through an extraordinary crisis due to the Covid-19 viral infection. Quite apart from the morbidity and mortality that will flow from the virus itself, the … Continue reading

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The Pandemic Crisis: The Absence of the Catholic Church — The Dereliction of Duty of the Hierarchy

by Father Richard Gennaro Cipolla The crisis into which we are all immersed—there is no escape—is showing forth in a clear way, clear at least with those whose eyes are not clouded by false piety, the complete irrelevance of the … Continue reading

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The Hand of God and the Hand of Men

by Roberto de Mattei at the LEPANTO FOUNDATION The international scenario in the spring of 2020 is new, unexpected, and dramatic. Confusion dominates because no one is able to truly say exactly what has happened: where the coronavirus came from, … Continue reading

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The Coronavirus Cross: Bringing Faith, Hope and Love to a Hurting World

From the National Catholic Register: It’s often said that with God, there are no mere coincidences. So the overlap of the explosion of the global COVID-19 pandemic with this year’s Holy Week celebrations should give cause for Catholics to engage … Continue reading

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++Vigano, St Charles Borromeo, Hilarion, and the Coronavirus

“Grant to us, O Lord, we pray to you, the effect of the devoted supplication, and which has become propitious for us, remove the plague and famine: so that the hearts of mortals know that these scourges burst with your … Continue reading

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