In the Fullness of Time

March 25th will come and go and few will mark its import. And yet the most pivotal event in all of human history is celebrated on this day. On March 25 the Catholic Church celebrates that moment in time the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity, the only-begotten Son of God, descended from heaven toContinue reading “In the Fullness of Time”

Planned Parenthood Alters Webpage to Support Stacey Abrams’ Non Science

Abrams falsely claimed at a fundraising event on Sept 21 that, “There is no such thing as a heartbeat at six weeks. It is a manufactured sound designed to convince people that men have the right to take control of a woman’s body”.

How Catholic England Became Protestant and Our Lady of Walsingham’s Return

by Toni Vercillo St. George’s Chapel, the burial place of Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Philip, was built in the 15th century and originally dedicated to, and named, Blessed Virgin Mary Chapel when England was still very much Catholic — but ‘not being Catholic’ was not a crime; a time when England was lovinglyContinue reading “How Catholic England Became Protestant and Our Lady of Walsingham’s Return”


Catholic Twitter is all atwit over Pope Francis’ recent inflight press conference he granted on his way back home to Rome from Canada. Some of the Church’s most Brilliant Minds, notably those in the United States, are flooding Catholic media with commentary to remind the Vicar of Christ that he cannot change Church teaching justContinue reading “POPE FRANCIS HAS DONE IT AGAIN!”

Epiphany: Encountering a Toddler King

The paintings of the Epiphany are beautiful and awe-inspiring. Most all show the three kings adoring the newborn infant Jesus in the stable at Bethlehem. But the Scriptures tell us the shepherds who were told they would “find a Babe wrapped in swaddling cloths and lying in a manger” (Luke 2:12). It was the Magi,Continue reading “Epiphany: Encountering a Toddler King”

When England Returns to Walsingham

Never before had a statue of Our Lady been on the altar during Mass. But in 1982, during his historic pastoral visit to the UK, Pope John Paul II placed the statue of Our Lady of Walsingham on the altar in Wembley after joining the procession when she was brought into the stadium. During hisContinue reading “When England Returns to Walsingham”


There was an historic event that occurred yesterday, the day the Catholic Church commemorates the Feast of Our Mother of Sorrows, the Queen of Peace, that impacted every nation on earth, shaking hell to its very core, and causing a panicked Satan to disperse his minions throughout the whole world to block, or at theContinue reading “WHERE WAS POPE FRANCIS?”

Mary Magdalene: A Heart Filled with Holy Amazement Before The Lord

The dispositions of adoration, thanksgiving, reparation and intercession are the four pillars of Eucharistic prayer that Saint Peter-Julian Eymard deemed necessary for one who wishes to adore and serve the Lord perfectly. Saint Mary Magdalene, whose July 22 liturgical Memorial was elevated to a Feast by Pope Francis in 2016, is celebrated as a ‘trueContinue reading “Mary Magdalene: A Heart Filled with Holy Amazement Before The Lord”

Don’t Be A Weed

Pope Francis on July 19, 2020, reflected on the day’s Gospel from the 13th chapter of Matthew, in particular on the parable of the farmer who sows good seeds in his field — and the enemy who sows weeds. Dear Brothers and Sisters, good day! In today’s Gospel (cf Mt 13:24-43) we once again encounter Jesus whoContinue reading “Don’t Be A Weed”

The Scapular: “To be clothed in Jesus Christ.”

The profound devotion Pope John Paul II had for the Mother of God was certainly no secret as he bore witness to it daily throughout his entire life. What may not be as well known is his lifelong fidelity to wearing the scapular of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel even though are many photos testifyingContinue reading “The Scapular: “To be clothed in Jesus Christ.””