How a French cardinal may have been the source of the ‘smoke of Satan’ at Vatican II

While a priest and a seminarian talked about Cardinal Eugène Tisserant and the evil role he arguably played at the Second Vatican Council, there arose ‘white-colored smoke’ from a point on the carpet.

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Indian archbishop condemns government’s demolition of Jesus statue

‘The systematic and ill-conceived demolition drive is pursued with dogged determination by the government and its machinery,’ said Archbishop Peter Machado of Bangalore.

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Russia’s invasion is an opportunity to recall the message of Our Lady of Fatima

On today’s episode of Faith & Reason, Jack leads off with a discussion on the latest developments in the Russia-Ukraine crisis and what it means for us, then later the panel talks about the Great Reset and its implementation here in the West.

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Supreme Court to decide whether Colorado can force Christian web designer to promote gay ‘weddings’

Conservatives are asking the justices to settle a problem they allowed to continue in 2018.

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Federal court panel rebukes judge for disregarding vax mandate’s harm to religious airline workers

‘Plaintiffs are being subjected to ongoing coercion based on their religious beliefs. That coercion is harmful in and of itself and cannot be remedied after the fact.’

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