Category Archives: ARNOBIAN

Mary’s Fatima Messages to the Shepherd Children

By The Editors, www.ncregister.com   “Please don’t be afraid of me. I’m not going to harm you.” “I come from heaven.” “I want you to return here on the 13th of each month for the next six months, and at the very

Love, the Pope, and C.S. Lewis

Pope Benedict XVI’s 2006 encyclical, Deus Caritas Est, has two clearly distinct parts. In the first it deals with the nature of love and of charity, the highest form of love; in the second it treats the charitable activity of

We are witnessing St. John Paul II’s prophesy of an ‘anti-Church’: Catholic priest

ROME, May 18, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — St. John Paul II’s 1976 prophetic warning about the rise of an “anti-Church” that would preach an “anti-Gospel” is being fulfilled today by leaders within the Catholic Church, even at the highest levels, said

Abortion, homosexuality show ‘final battle’ between God and Satan has come

The prophecy of the Fatima visionary Sister Lucia that the final battle between God and Satan will be about marriage and the family is being fulfilled today, said a cardinal speaking at a Catholic conference in Rome. “What Sister Lucia

Flashback: Pope’s retreat preacher speaks on Antichrist as a ‘pacifist, ecologist and ecumenist’

In the light of current events in the world and in the Catholic Church, it seems important to resurrect an especially thought-provoking 2007 article by LifeSite’s John-Henry Westen re-published below. That article was widely quoted at the time and for

I’m terrified of this indisputable pro-choice argument | Opinion | LifeSite

I couldn’t help but open an email with the subject line: “You’re afraid of this pro-choice argument” Afraid? I’m afraid of a lot of things. Actually, five things: spiders, asteroids, ghosts, head lice, and malaria. But arguments? Especially pro-abortion arguments?

The Orthodox Imperative

by: Avery Cardinal Dulles August 2006 The word orthodox derives from the Greek word orthodoxía, which standard dictionaries translate as “right opinion.” Aristotle used the verb orthodoxein with the meaning “to have a right opinion.” The Greek-speaking Church Fathers continued to use

Sounds of Silence

By: Karl Keating, November 30, 2016 Jimmy Stewart and Margaret Sullavan starred in a delightful romantic comedy called The Shop Around the Corner (1940). I don’t know why the movie’s title included Around the Corner, since the location of the