• The Coming Vilification of Brandon McManus
    An NFL Place Kicker has been in the news recently for an offense against women.
  • Saint Maximinus of Trier
    St. Maximinus was the Bishop of Trier, and was born at Silly near Poitiers. He died there either on May 29, 352 or Sept. 12, 349.
  • Saint Bernard of Menthon
    The Church remembers St. Bernard of Menthon on May 28. He was born in 923, probably in the castle Menthon near Annecy, in Savoy, and died at Novara, 1008.
  • Floriani Sacred Music to Perform at Welcome Home Mass for Candace Owens
    Catholics for Catholics is thrilled to announce that Floriani Sacred Music, will perform at Candace Owens’s special Welcome Home Mass.
  • Saint Philip Neri
    Philip Neri was born in Florence, Italy, in 1515.
  • WE WON! Holy Mass Will be Celebrated at the National Cemetery – Biden Administration’s National Park Service Backs Down
    The Biden administration’s National Park Service (NPS) initially denied the Knights of Columbus a permit to hold a Memorial Day Mass at a national cemetery.
  • Biden Administration Reverses Decision, Permits Knights of Columbus to Hold Mass at National Cemetery Following Lawsuit
    After the Knights filed a lawsuit against the Biden Administration, the NPS granted them the permit, and the lawsuit has been dropped.
  • Saints Donatian & Rogatian
    Donatian and Rogatian were brothers who were martyred for their faith in the third century.
  • Catholics for Catholics Hosts Memorial Day Mass
    Catholics for Catholics is proud to announce that we will be hosting an online Memorial Day Mass. This sacred tradition has been a cherished part of our nation’s observance of Memorial Day for decades
  • Knights of Columbus Sue Biden Government for Refusing Permit for 60-Year-Old Memorial Day Mass Tradition
    The Knights of Columbus has filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration, alleging religious discrimination after being denied a permit to hold their traditional Memorial Day mass at the Poplar Grove National Cemetery.
  • Saint Jane Antide Thouret
    On May 23 the universal Church celebrates the feast day of St. Jane Antide (Jeanne-Antide) Thouret, a Sister of Charity who worked tirelessly for the faith amidst persecution during the French Revolution.
  • Saint Rita of Cascia
    On May 22, the Church celebrates the feast day of St. Rita of Cascia, who the late John Paul II called “a disciple of the Crucified One” and an “expert in suffering.”
  • Saint Christopher Magallanes and Companions
    St. Christopher Magallanes, along with 21 other priests and three lay companions, were martyred between 1915 and 1937, by shooting or hanging, throughout eight Mexican states, for their membership in the Cristero movement.
  • Saint Bernardine of Siena
    The Catholic Church honors St. Bernardine of Siena on May 20. A Franciscan friar and preacher, St. Bernardine is known as “the Apostle of Italy” for his efforts to revive the country’s Catholic faith during the 15th century.
  • Saint Ives of Kermartin
    St. Ives was born at Kermartin, near Tréguier, Brittany, October 17, 1253 and was the son of Helori, lord of Kermartin, and Azo du Kenquis.
  • Saint Pascal Baylon
    Pascal was born at Torre-Hermosa, in the Kingdom of Aragon, on May 24, 1540. He was born on the Feast of Pentecost, which in Spain is called “the Pasch of the Holy Ghost”, which is why he received the name Pascal. He died at Villa Reale, May 15, 1592, on Whitsunday.
  • Saint Simon stock
    On May 16, the Catholic Church remembers Saint Simon Stock, a twelfth- and thirteenth-century Carmelite monk whose vision of the Virgin Mary is the source of the Brown Scapular devotion.
  • Has the Catholic Church Cost Joe Biden His Soul? – A Deeper Look
    The article that appeared in this space on April 25 deserves further development.  There are three presuppositions that served as the foundation of that article, and as time passes, it allows for additional reflection.
  • Saint Isidore the Laborer
    Isidore was born in 1070 in Madrid, Spain. His family was poor, and he labored as a farmer on the land owned by a rich man named John de Vergas.
  • Saint Matthias, Apostle
    Matthias, whose name means “gift of God”,  was the disciple chosen to replace Judas as one of the twelve Apostles.
  • Our Lady of Fatima
    May 13 is the anniversary of the apparition of Our Lady to three shepherd children in the small village of Fatima in Portugal in 1917.  She appeared six times to Lucia, 9, and her cousins Francisco, 8, and his sister Jacinta, 6, between May 13, 1917 and October 13, 1917.
  • Saint Epiphanius of Salamis
    On May 12 the Catholic Church honors Saint Epiphanius of Salamis, an early monk, bishop and Church Father known for his extensive learning and defense of Catholic teachings in the fourth century.
  • Saint Damien of Molokai
    The Catholic Church remembers St. Damien of Molokai on May 10. The Belgian priest sacrificed his life and health to become a spiritual father to the victims of leprosy quarantined on a Hawaiian island.
  • Bishop Joseph Strickland’s Letter – A statement on Sedevacantism
    Recently, as I have endeavored to faithfully defend the Catholic Church and uphold the Sacred Deposit of Faith, a small number of people have begun to falsely label me as a sedevacantist.
  • Saint Pachomius
    St. Pachomius can justifiably be called the founder of cenobitic monasticism, monks who live in community.
  • Welcome Home Mass for Candace Owens Event
    Catholics for Catholics is honored to celebrate the conversion of Candace Owens to the Catholic faith with a Welcome Home Mass at St. Joan of Arc Church located at 3801 E Greenway Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85032.
  • The Demon Militates Toward Absurdity
    These Palestinian riots, which are spreading across the nation from the cradles of elitism are going to be far less sympathetic to watch.
  • Saint Peter of Tarantaise, Bishop
    Peter was born near Vienne, France in 1102 and died at Bellevaux, France in 1175. He was canonized in 1191.
  • Saint John of Beverley
    St. John of Beverley was the Bishop of Hexham, and later of York. He was born in Harpham, Yorkshire, and died in Beverley on May 7, 721.
  • Bishop Joseph Strickland’s Letter – Just Following Order
    I have been writing about many issues that we are facing in what is an ever-growing crisis in the Church and in the world.
  • Saint Evodius of Antioch
    Evodius was one of the 72 disciples of Christ, and Catholic tradition has always held that he was the first bishop of Antioch after St. Peter. However, we are not sure in what year he assumed the position.
  • Saint Hilary of Arles
    On May 5, Catholics celebrate Saint Hilary of Arles, a fifth-century bishop who gave up wealth and privilege in favor of austerity and sacrifice for the sake of the Church.
  • Saints Philip and James the Lesser, Apostles
    Philip was born in Bethsaida in Galilee and was one of the 12 Apostles that Jesus called. James the Lesser is called “Lesser” because he was younger than the other Apostle by the same name, James the Great.
  • Summer of Love Coming for Dems?
    These Palestinian riots, which are spreading across the nation from the cradles of elitism are going to be far less sympathetic to watch.
  • Saint Athanasius, Doctor of the Church
    Catholics honor St. Athanasius on May 2. The fourth century bishop is known as “the father of orthodoxy” for his absolute dedication to the doctrine of Christ’s divinity.
  • Feast of Saint Joseph the Worker
    St. Joseph has two feast days on the liturgical calendar. The first is March 19—Joseph, the Husband of Mary. The second is May 1—Joseph, the Worker.
  • Saint Pius V, Pope
    St. Pius V was born Michele Ghislieri in 1504 to poor parents of noble lineage at Bosco, near Alexandria, Lombardy on January 17, 1504.
  • Saint Catherine of Siena
    St. Catherine was a third-order Dominican, peacemaker and counselor to the Pope. She singlehandedly ended the Avignon exile of the successors of Peter in the 14th century.
  • Saint Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort
    On April 28, the universal Church celebrates the feast day of Louis-Marie de Montfort, a 17th century saint who is revered for his intense devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary.
  • ‘FLYNN’—The Man And The Movie
    For the first almost two years of our relationship, I never actually met General Michael Flynn, our communications being limited to text messages and occasional phone calls.
  • Our Lady of Good Counsel
    On the Feast of St. Mark, April 25, 1467, at the close of a festival in Genazzano, Italy, a cloud descended upon an ancient 5th-century deteriorated church, dedicated to Our Lady of Good Counsel.
  • Has the Catholic Church Cost Joe Biden His Soul?
    Biden had finally done it.  He had gone too far, and that there was scant more he could do to top this.  I will admit that I stand corrected.   
  • Saint Mark, the Evangelist
    St. Mark, the Evangelist, is the author of the second Gospel and the patron saint of notaries.
  • Saint Fidelis of Sigmaringen
    A former lawyer who left his profession to become a Capuchin Franciscan priest, Saint Fidelis of Sigmaringen has his liturgical memorial on April 24.
  • Saint George
    St. George was a soldier of the Roman army who was tortured and beheaded for his Christian faith in the year 303, in Lydda (in modern day Israel).
  • Saints Caius and Soter
    Cauis and Soter, Popes of the early Church, are both venerated in tradition as martyrs, though no reliable account of their martyrdom survives today.
  • Saint Anselm
    On April 21, the Catholic Church honors Saint Anselm, the 11th and 12th-century Benedictine monk and archbishop best known for his writings on Christ’s atonement and the existence of God.
  • Courage Under Fire, Gala Begins May 24th
    At the Courage Under Fire gala, hear from Daily Wire’s, Matt Walsh, Dr. Abby Johnson, three-time Super Bowl Champion, Harrison Butker, Fr. Don Calloway and other influential leaders as they speak on how to have courage and stand up for the truth in our culture.
  • Blessed James Oldo
    James Oldo experienced a radical conversion that led him to become a Franciscan tertiary, and later a priest.
  • Bishop Joseph Strickland’s Letter To Faithful
    Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,, Jesus Christ is the fullness of the revelation of supernatural truth which guides humanity to our eternal destiny.
  • Blessed Marie-Anne Blondin
    April 18 commemorates the feast of Blessed Marie-Anne Blondin, a Canadian woman whose life was a story of obedience in the face of personal setbacks.
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