. . .let’s look at the life of one of the most renowned of Catholic levitators, St. Joseph of Cupertino (Guiseppe Desa, born in 1603 in Italy) & consider whether recent advances in understanding quantum mechanical forces could explain his miraculous ability.
by Daniel Demers,
of Catholic Stand
How One of Christ’s Apostles Ended up Far Away in India – uCatholic
Those Cupich Seminars: Why Now? – Christopher R. Altieri, The Dispatch via The CWR
Mary Ann Glendon Resigns from Vatican Bank Oversight Board – CNA via The CWR
Vatican Backs Down, Accepts Resignation of Nigerian Bishop – Edward Pentin, NC Rgstr
Facebook Suspended Me for Sharing My Religious Beliefs on Homosexuality – M. Rioux
Secular Architecture Fail in US, Possibly the Whole World – M. Gilleland, Laudator. . .
How to Correctly Run a Lent Appeal – Brice Sokolowski, CatholicFundraiser.net
Transgenderism: Semantic Contagion or Biological Fact? – Anne Hendershott, The CWR
The Insidiousness of the Culture of Death – Janet Meyer, Catholic Stand
Science, Not Sabotage, Behind Filipino ‘Rash Wednesday’ Mystery – CNA via The CWR
The Vatican & China: A Surrender or an Alliance? – John Zmirak Ph.D., The Stream
What’s Happening in Vatican-China Talks? The Necessary Background – Phil Lawler, CC
Religious Freedom Must Be Recognized as a Right, Not an Exception – Oz Bishops
Right-to-Try Puts Patients Before Bureaucracy – Lindsay Marie, Foundation for Econ. Ed.
Video: I Speak on EWTN about New Book I Edited by Francis Canavan – Dawn Goldstein
Quiet Progress of Pope’s Anti-Abuse Commission a Hard Sell – John L. Allen Jr., Crux
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