Saint Margaret of Scotland, Queen

June 10 Today is the feast day of Saint Margaret of Scotland.  Ora pro nobis. By Dom Prosper Gueranger “One week has elapsed since the day on which we beheld Clotilde arise, and from yonder land of France won over to Christ by her, make known to the whole world, what is the special role of woman beside … Read more

Saints Primus and Felicianus, Martyrs

June 9 Saint Primus and Saint Felicianus’ feast day today.  Orate pro nobis.  By Fr. Francis Xavier Weninger, 1877 Primus and Felicianus, two holy martyrs, were brothers and natives of Rome. They were renowned on account of their birth and wealth, but still more on account of the blameless life they led and their determination … Read more

Saint Brendan of Clonfert, Confessor

May 16 Today is the feast day of Saint Brendan.  Ora pro nobis.  In 484 Saint Brendan (also known as the Navigator, the Anchorite, the Bold) was born in Fenit near the port of Tralee, in County Kerry, in the province of Munster, in the South West of Ireland. He was baptized at Tubrid, near … Read more

Statement on the Reception of Holy Communion

Statement on the Reception of Holy Communion by Those Who Persist in Public Grave Sin ON APR 07, 2021 Many Catholics and also non-Catholics who, while they do not embrace the Catholic faith, respect the Catholic Church for her teaching regarding faith and morals, have asked me how it is possible for Catholics to receive … Read more

The Blood of Murdered Unborn Children

By Bishop Athanasius Schneider Anti-Christian world powers that promote the culture of death are seeking to impose on the world’s population an implicit — though remote and passive — collaboration with abortion. Such remote collaboration, in itself, is also an evil because of the extraordinary historical circumstances in which these same world powers are promoting … Read more

Why Be Catholic!

“I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father, but by me.” (John 14:6) Why Be Catholic Occasionally we at REGINA will get an email in response to one of our weekly mailings, with the question “I don’t know if I am a Catholic anymore?” or “Why be … Read more

Be Like Athanasius!

Saint Athanasius of Alexandria Saint Athanasius of Alexandria (born c. 296, died 2 May, 373), bishop and confessor, is a doctor of the Church.  Athanasius was the greatest champion of Catholic belief on the subject of the Incarnation that the Church has ever known and in his lifetime earned the characteristic title of “Father of … Read more

Our Exodus from Social Media Control

The Exodus from Social Media Control We at REGINA have had enough of big media control. Our “Exodus” began with a move from that giant social media (that will remain nameless) where we had 73,000 followers, to other hopefully safer venues.  This social media giant had a history of putting REGINA’s editor in “jail” multiple … Read more

Saint Flavian of Acquapendente , Confessor, Martyr

December 22 Today is the feast day of Saint Flavian, Ora pro nobis. By Fr Francis Xavier Weninger “Saint Flavian, the father of two holy daughters, Bibiana and Demetria, and the husband of Saint Dafrosa, was a descendant of a noble Roman family. His incomparable talents, great knowledge and holy life, made him so beloved … Read more

Sixth Sunday after Epiphany

Sixth Sunday after Epiphany “Gospel. Matt. xiii. 31-35. At that time: Jesus spoke to the multitudes this parable: The kingdom of heaven is like to a grain of mustard-seed, which a man took and sowed in his field: Which is the least indeed of all seeds: but when it is grown up, it is greater … Read more

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