Planned Parenthood Set To Unveil New Line At Fashion Week

October 14, 2012 by  
Filed under Politics, Uncategorized

PARIS––The city of Paris has come to a standstill with the anticipation of next week’s start of Fall Fashion Week. Legendary designer Christian Dior kicks off the annual event followed by a number of proven designers such as Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, and Versaci. But with all the fashion powerhouses that will be presenting their fall looks, the anticipation remains with brand new and controversial designer, Planned Parenthood Fashions. The... Read More

Biden and Ryan End Debate With Recitation Of Rosary

October 12, 2012 by  
Filed under Politics, Uncategorized

Kevin Lamarque / Reuters Danville, KY––After a heated and combative debate at Centre College last night, Vice President Joe Biden and Paul Ryan took to their knees to say and reflect on the Luminous Mysteries of the Rosary. It was the first time in history that two Roman Catholic vice presidential candidates shared the stage for a debate, and as expected, the two put their differences aside for a half-hour of fellowship. “It was beautiful,”... Read More

National Catholic Reporter Beats Out Eye Of The Tiber For Best Catholic News Parody

October 11, 2012 by  
Filed under Libs & Trads, Uncategorized

Los Angeles, CA––Winners of the 10th annual National Catholic Awards were announced last night at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood. The star-studded event, which included Dr. Scott Hahn, Fr. Mitch Pakwa, and Cardinal Timothy Dolan, all eagerly awaited the night’s most anticipated award for Best Catholic News Parody. As expected, the top prize went back to nine-time winner of the award, the National Catholic Reporter, who beat out Eye of the Tiber.... Read More

SSPX Acolyte Stumbles During Offertory; Mass Deemed Invalid

October 9, 2012 by  
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Tempe, AZ––12-year-old acolyte Jake Brody atoned for his sin Sunday for having negligently stumbled on his way to the altar earlier that morning. The Mass was immediately stopped when the presiding priest, Robert Dillard, deemed it no longer valid. “It was just a mistake, I understand,” Dillard admitted, but explained that stumbling did not appear anywhere in the 1962 missal. “Jake is making amends for his culpa as we speak, but... Read More

Former LCWR President’s Dynamic Speech May Change Pope’s Mind On Female Ordination

October 8, 2012 by  
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PHOTO: Lisa Johnston ROME––Former President of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, Pat Ferrell, delivered an electrifying speech yesterday to Pope Benedict XVI and top Church officials regarding the necessity of female priests. Many Vatican analysts now believe the speech will be the catalyst to female ordination. “It was one of the most insightful…one of the most profound talks since John Paul II gave the address that helped... Read More

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