Protesters seeking to stop trans women using Hampstead Heath’s ladies pond

Since 2019, anyone who identifies as a woman has been able to use the pond and changing rooms Protesters seeking

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Pope Francis replaces Order of Malta governing body, high offices – Catholic World Report

Vatican City, Sep 3, 2022 / 05:05 am (CNA). Pope Francis replaces Order of Malta governing body, high offices –

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Evening Meditations for the Twelfth Saturday After Pentecost~ St Alphonsus Liguori

We read in St. Mark that on Calvary there were present many women, who watched Jesus on the Cross, but from afar off, among whom was Mary Magdalen. We believe also, that among these holy women was the Divine Mother also; while St. John says that the Blessed Virgin stood, not afar off, but close to the Cross, together with Mary of Cleophas and Mary Magdalen (John xix. 25).

Old Romans Unscripted Ep.142: “Regressio”

The Fathers discuss the week’s Catholic headlines and commentator ruminations…

Vatican’s liturgy head to Latin Mass convert Shia LaBeouf: Let’s talk | National Catholic Reporter

ROME — The head of the Vatican’s liturgy office says he would welcome a conversation with Hollywood actor Shia LaBeouf,

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Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation: September 3rd

Today’s ✠Challoner Meditation

On gender policies, bishop says schools must defend Catholic identity | Crux

NEW YORK – When the San Domenico School in San Francisco grabbed national headlines in 2017 for cutting its ties

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Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Our Lady on Saturday

Carissimi: Today’s Mass; Our Lady on Saturday

Spiritual Reading for Saturday – Twelfth Week After Pentecost

Mary was born a Saint, and a great Saint; for the grace with which God enriched her from the beginning was great, and the fidelity with which she immediately corresponded to it was great.

Morning Meditation for Saturday – Twelfth Week after Pentecost ~ St Alphonsus Liguori

“I am called the Mother of Mercy,” said our Blessed Lady to St. Bridget, “and truly God’s mercy hath made me thus merciful.” “What, then,” says St. Bernard, “can ever flow from a source of compassion but compassion itself?”

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