“In the aftermath of this senseless tragedy, His Holiness invokes God’s peace upon the dead, his consolation upon the suffering and his strength upon all those engaged in the continuing work of relief and response.”
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“Today is the birthday of Benedict XVI. Let us offer Mass for him, that the Lord might be with him, comfort him, and give him much consolation.”
Old Faithful, a geyser that erupts with a stream of water every 92 minutes, is one of Yellowstone National Park’s top tourist attractions. Geologists have finally got a good peek at the geyser’s underground workings, and they’ve determined that Old Faithful’s underground plumbing looks more like a bagpipe than a flute.
Media across the United States are delivering paltry details on the obvious terrorist attack in Boston. Mainstream media and even President Obama are showing great reticence to even label the attack as a terrorist attack.
Video of the scene showed a number of emergency crews in the area tending to victims and blood on the ground near the finish line.
DNA may be the building block of life, but can something taken from it also be the building block of a multimillion-dollar medical monopoly?
Pope Francis has taken the first step of what could become a period of reform for the Church. Francis has appointed a special group of eight cardinals from around the world to advise him on needed Church reforms.
The trial of abortion doctor, Kermit Gosnell continues to repulse even the most hardened and experienced journalists. Stories of babies born alive and subsequently murdered by untrained nurses are gruesome in the extreme and profoundly heartbreaking. Worse, Gosnell even encouraged women to pursue abortions in their last trimesters.
Bill Donohue comments on how George Washington University (GWU) has handled the issue of students seeking to remove Father Greg Shaffer
Holy Scriptures are the testimony in written form of God’s Word, the canonical memorial that attests to the event of Revelation.