From gangs to consecrated life

Brother Cesar John Paul Galan makes perpetual profession of vows

The following comes from a December 23 Angelus article by Michael Wahle: On April of 2001, St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood served as the site of the greatest loss Brother Cesar John Paul Galan, FSP, would ever endure: the death of his brother Hector due to gun violence. Nearly 15 years later, the same medical center became the site of his greatest triumph. In a Mass … [Read more...]

To add a comment, click on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ icons OR go further down to the bottom of comments to the Post your comment box.

Secrets behind the Feminist movement

Cosmopolitan journalist turned Catholic convert tells her story

The following comes from an October 13 Christian Newswire press release: The 1960s women's rights movement has had a profoundly adverse impact on women throughout the United States, including Sue Ellen Browder, a former ardent propagandist for sexual liberation who wrote stories meant to soft-sell unmarried sex, contraception and abortion as the single woman's path to … [Read more...]

To add a comment, click on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ icons OR go further down to the bottom of comments to the Post your comment box.

Jesus statues everywhere

Abandoned Catholic figures scare off intruders at Napa convert's house

The following comes from an August 9 Napa Valley Register article by Chloe F. Johnson: The first thing you notice walking into Jim and Vicki Asbury’s house in Browns Valley is that it is full of grandchildren and pets. The second thing you notice is the life-size statue of Jesus at the top of the front staircase. Jim Asbury, a retired construction company owner and … [Read more...]

To add a comment, click on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ icons OR go further down to the bottom of comments to the Post your comment box.

Converted by love, not ideology

Archbishop Gomez delivers keynote address at Dorothy Day Conference

The following comes from a May 20 Catholic News Agency article: Last week, Archbishop Jose H. Gomez of Los Angeles told scholars at the Dorothy Day Conference at St. Francis University that the social activist was not converted by ideology, but by love. “It was not the teachings of the Church that convinced her to leave the past behind and change her life. She was changed … [Read more...]

To add a comment, click on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ icons OR go further down to the bottom of comments to the Post your comment box.