St. Valentine Makes Impassioned Plea For Safe Return Of Kidnapped Feast Day

February 13, 2014 by  
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In a heart-wrenching moment on the Today Show earlier this morning, 3rd century saint Valentine made an emotional plea to the kidnappers of his feast. Speaking directly to the camera and with tears in his eyes, St. Valentine begged for the safe return of his beloved feast day, promising that all would be forgiven if it was returned to him safely. “It was definitely emotional,” said Today Show host Matt Lauer after the interview. “You... Read More

Study: Every Large Catholic Family In The U.S. Has A “Bernadette”

February 9, 2014 by  
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Washington, DC––A new study out today has found that every Catholic family of seven or more children had at least one girl named “Bernadette.” The study put out by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops asked the 85 large Catholic families left in the United States for a list of their children’s names, and found that all 85 families had at least one “Bernadette.” “Along with one ‘Bernadette,’... Read More

California Lawmakers Pass New Opposite-Sex Marriage Ban

February 6, 2014 by  
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SACRAMENTO–New marriages involving people of the opposite sex will be banned in California under a new bill passed by the democratic-led state legislature on Wednesday, and those couples already married will have to register as “domestic partners.” The measure, which passed the State Assembly 74-1, will now be passed on to Governor Jerry Brown for his signature after amendments are approved in the State Senate. This is just one of the bills passed... Read More

Monday Morning Priest Would’ve Said Mass Completely Different

February 3, 2014 by  
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Denver, CO––After having attended Mass yesterday evening, Denver native and layman Jeffrey Baines went on his public access television show Clerical Primetime this morning to criticize his parish pastor Father Roger Manning of quitting midway through Mass. Manning had nearly a quarter of his usual parishioners show up for his late Sunday evening Mass just an hour after the  Superbowl aired. “It was a really empty at Mass,” a worked up... Read More

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