The Mike Church Show and REGINA Magazine’s Glory of Catholic England Trip

Mike Church (of The Mike Church Show) will be joining Beverly Stevens, editor of Regina Magazine in England for our Glory of Catholic England Trip.and his Invasion of the Dowry of Mary Saturday, August 25th through Sunday, September 2. Mike Church will be broadcasting live Aug 27, 28, 29, 30, 31.  Mike Church will be broadcasting … Read more

Safe Spaces for Catholic Money (3)

Out of the Box Thinking for Catholics, or Ways to Ensure Your Donations Don’t Go to Male Hookers No, we’re not kidding. This year a male prostitute in Naples, Italy came forward and named names of his clients among Catholic clerics there. Since then, a huge scandal has broken in the USA. A Pennsylvania grand … Read more

Saint Agapitus, Martyr

August 18 Today is the feast day of Saint Agapitus.  Ora pro nobis.  by Father Francis Xavier Weninger, 1876  Saint  Agapitus (Agapetus) suffered in his youth a cruel martyrdom at Praeneste, now called Palestrina, twenty-four miles from Rome.  St. Agapitus was but 15 years old, when he was apprehended by the tyrant Aurelian, on account … Read more

Saint Joachim, Confessor

August 16 Today is the feast day of Saint Joachim.  Ora pro nobis.  The details about the father of Our Lady were given to us by an apocryphal book, The Gospel of James. His name, Joachim, means preparation for the Lord, and Anne means grace. (5) by Father Francis Xavier Weninger, 1876  St. Joachim, the father of the … Read more

Saint Maximilian Kolbe, Martyr

August 14 Today is the feast day of Saint Maximilian Kolbe, Franciscan martyr.  Ora pro nobis. Born into a poor family in Russian-occupied Poland in 1894, Raymond was his given name.  It is said he was a mischievous little boy. One day his mother, no longer knowing what to do with him, said to him: My … Read more

Twelfth Sunday After Pentecost

Twelfth Sunday After Pentecost by Fr. Francis Xavier Weninger, 1882 “A certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell among robbers, who also stripped him; and having wounded him went away leaving him half dead.”–Luke 10.  Today’s Gospel presents to our consideration the sad condition of a man who has had the misfortune … Read more

Silence Stops Now

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) will have its annual meeting in Baltimore November 12-15, 2018. The Silence Stops Now Coalition is committed to ending the culture of clerical silence that has enabled the sexual predation and destruction of lives for decades. To this end, we will be organizing the Silence Stops Now rally in Baltimore to demand … Read more

Eleventh Sunday After Pentecost

Today is the Eleventh Sunday After Pentecost by Fr. Francis Xavier Weninger, 1882  “And they bring to Him one deaf and dumb, and they besought Him that He wouls lay His hands upon him.”–Mark 7, 32.  Those portions of the Gospels which are read to the faithful in the course of the ecclesiastical year seem to … Read more


Part Two: That’s Not Your Convent, Sister By Beverly Stevens, REGINA Editor Drawing by Jane Privett Once upon a time, a few elderly sisters from a vocation-less but legendary Order decided that they needed to provide for their comfortable retirement. Their Order was in possession of a spectacular but empty convent built 100 years before … Read more

US Catholic Anger at Mc Carrick Homosexual Scandal & Bishops’ Complicity is Swift

An ‘Open Secret’ for Decades The Summer of 2018 may well be remembered as the ‘Weeks of Rage’ among US Catholics, as sordid disclosures erupted in the media about the decades-long year career of serial sex predator Theodore Mc Carrick, 88. The recently-deposed  Cardinal is credibly accused of homosexual predation on boys starting at age … Read more

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