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How Can We Move On?

I’ve read a number of media types including Eugene Robinson of the Washington Post say we need to move on from 9/11. Many sadly agree with him. For me, moving on isn’t possible because the horrors inflicted by many Muslims… Continue Reading →

China Buying Our Silence on Persecution of Catholics?

Most Rev. Robert W. Finn wrote a piece at the Catholic Key that I think asks a pretty important question. He asks if China is buying America’s silence about the persecution of Catholics. For me, the short answer is yes…. Continue Reading →

I Am In Awe of Such Faith

An Afghanistan Christian and father of six, is imprisoned and scheduled to die. His crime? He believes Christ is his Savior. And he is scheduled to die because of it. No defense lawyer will take his case for fear of… Continue Reading →

Begging Obama to Help Iraqi Christians

A group of Republicans and Democrats are urging President Obama to help prevent the death of more Iraqi Christians. In their public letter to President Obama, the group warned that that unless something is done the situation ‚Äúpromises more innocent… Continue Reading →

Art or Hate Crime?

A student at Pace University was arrested Friday and charged with two felony counts of a Hate Crime for flushing the Koran. But if he’d put a crucifix in urine and called it art he’d get a fab write-up from… Continue Reading →

Deadline for 21 Remaining Christian Hostages

These are the pictures of the 21 remaining S. Korean Christian hostages. Taliban insurgents suggested 4:30 p.m. on August 1 as a new deadline for negotiations after they killed another Korean hostage, Shim Seong-min (29), on July 31. The Taliban… Continue Reading →

Anonymous Martyrs of Today

Michelle Malkin hits the nail on the head in her column “The Martyrs No One Cares About.” She said the world and the mainstream media are collectively shrugging their shoulders as Christians are being martyred across the globe. Christian persecution… Continue Reading →

Christian Persecution Not a Thing of the Past

In an alarming trend in the realm of Christian persecution, we again today see a story of kidnapping. Italian Father Giancarlo Bossi was kidnapped by at least 10 men in the Philippines after celebrating Mass in the parish church of… Continue Reading →

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