The Holy See has announced that a miracle attributed to the Servant of God, Ven. Fulton J. Sheen, has been accepted by Pope Francis.
I have greatly benefited from Sheen’s wisdom over the years and rejoice in this news.
Let us praise God!!
In the meantime, please keep informed of the latest news from the Diocese of Peoria. It has established a web site for updates, news, and information.
I am happy to announce that the cost of my book On the Third Part of the Secret of Fatima has been reduced.
It is now $25-$27 from its regular cost of $35.
I am not sure how long the reduced price is in effect, so buy now while the deal is available!
I attended this Ordination and thought the homily from H.E. Bishop Doerfler was very beautiful. Pay attention to his beautiful imagery with Mary, her Fiat, the priest and the Eucharist.
Last summer, I posted about Scott Collier and how he was facing death with dignity and faith.
I have learned that he is now free of cancer! The Sisters of Life have published an interview article about him.
Laudatur Iesus Christus!
Making its rounds on the Internet is the intervention of the Mexican journalist Valentina Alazraki at the Holy See’s conference on The Protection of Minors in the Church. The Spanish original can be found here. A video of Alazraki delivering her intervention is on YouTube. A working English translation is available.
I noted that Alazraki made a reference to the words of Pope Benedict XVI in May, 2010 about sin existing within the Church. Here she is quoting him (Spanish):
This citation was poignant. Pope Benedict’s remark was in direct response to a question from Fr. Lombardi, then director of the Holy See’s press office, about the application of the third part of the secret of Fatima to the sexual abuse of minors.
For her other strong remarks, especially about journalists being the “worse enemies” (peores enemigos) of the Bishops, Alazraki received accolades from some of her colleagues:
We live in interesting times, a time for great saints!!
Hello Everyone! My new duties and responsibilities keep me quite busy, but not so busy where I cannot respond to an occasional E-mail.
The Lord Jesus Christ has called to Himself Bishop Robert Morlino of the Diocese of Madison.
I understand that Bishop Morlino died in a local hospital after a cardiac event.
I had the privilege to hear a homily by Bishop Morlino at a Mass about 8 years ago. He proved that homiletics is an art form.
Requiem aeternam, dona eis, Domine, et lux perpetua luceat eis.