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London and Belfast Cross Swords Over Abortion

London and Belfast Cross Swords Over Abortion

Northern Ireland’s bishops are protesting the British government’s interference in forcing the province to enforce, as broadly as possible, the abortion law imposed by Westminster in 2019. Deprived of an executive since January 2017, following a political and financial scandal, the British province of Northern Ireland has seen its political institutions shut down for many months. Taking advantage of this ... Lire la suite »

Padre Pio’s Hospital on the Brink of Bankruptcy

Padre Pio’s Hospital on the Brink of Bankruptcy

The care facility founded by Padre Pio is up against the wall: deficits and debts have been piling up for several years, not to mention the earthquake caused by SARS-Cov-2. The Vatican is trying to find a solution in order to save the work of the illustrious Capuchin. An arid and desolate plateau—that is what San Giovanni Rotondo looked like ... Lire la suite »

Lettre à mes enfants, “ Si j’avais eu une autre fille, je l’aurais nommé Algérie“ 

Lettre à mes enfants, “ Si j’avais eu une autre fille, je l’aurais nommé Algérie“ 

Mes chers enfants, Depuis un certain temps, je discute avec nos ancêtres par lettres. J’écris des lettres de toutes sortes dont certaines sont destinées à ceux qui en 1870 en Algérie avaient été traumatisés par le fait d’être faits citoyens étrangers dans leur propre pays. Cela faisait déjà quarante ans qu’ils étaient colonisés par les Français, et même si le ... Lire la suite »

Divine embrace – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

Divine embrace – FSSPX.Actualités / FSSPX.News

The heart-breaking embrace of death, when the sorrowful Mother pressed the broken and lifeless Body of her Son against her sorrowful heart, is now succeeded by the sweetest embrace of life: the Virgin Mother clasps her Son, resplendent with a new and imperishable glory, against her heart. The terrible vision of that bloody face in the “Ecce Homo” scene is ... Lire la suite »

France: Notable Impact of Covid-19 on Adult Baptisms

France: Notable Impact of Covid-19 on Adult Baptisms

3,639 catechumens were baptized at Easter this year in France, as opposed to 4,468 in 2020. A drop due to the Covid-19 pandemic which has stopped some candidates for baptism in their tracks. The year 2021 for adult baptisms is less generous than that of last year: “the drama of the pandemic is adding to the difficulty,” explained Msgr. Vincent ... Lire la suite »

British Judge Charges the Vatican

British Judge Charges the Vatican

In the case of the questionable Sloane Avenue real estate transaction involving several officials of the Holy See, a British magistrate has just issued findings that contradict the investigation carried out by the Vatican justice system. It all started in 2012 at the premises of Credit Suisse in London, where a representative of the Holy See’s Secretariat of State and ... Lire la suite »

East Africa: Bishops Against Gender Theory

East Africa: Bishops Against Gender Theory

The bishops of Kenya and Ethiopia have opposed a report by experts commissioned by the United Nations, relating to “the protection of homosexual and transgender persons.” Taking into consideration what they deem to be false reasoning, the prelates of East Africa are denouncing an attempt to impose gender theory on member states. “Your report is clearly aimed at advancing gender ... Lire la suite »

The One Thousand Seven Hundredth Anniversary of Sunday Rest

The One Thousand Seven Hundredth Anniversary of Sunday Rest

The year 2021 marks the 1,700th anniversary of the consecration of Sunday as a weekly day of rest. Having become a precept of the Church, this institution has received many blows from the French Revolution to the present day. The Justinian Code, a collection of imperial constitutions promulgated since Hadrian, and published in 528, traces Sunday rest to the Emperor ... Lire la suite »

La fascination de Napoléon pour le Prophète Muhammad

La fascination de Napoléon pour le Prophète Muhammad

A l’occasion de la célébration du bicentenaire de la mort de Napoléon, nous vous proposons de voir ou revoir cet entretien sur Oumma  avec l’historien John Tolan, auteur du livre “Mahomet l’Européen. Histoire des représentations du Prophète en Occident” paru aux éditions Albin Michel. Johan Tolan explique pourquoi Napoléon admirait le Prophète Muhammad (saws) auquel il s’identifiait, comme le prouvent ses ... Lire la suite »