Pope flatters the Jews on Yom Kippur

Dr. Riccardo Di Segni, chief rabbi of Rome, responded warmly on Yom Kippur to Pope Francis’s remarks on Jews and Judaism. In a letter published September 12 by national daily La Repubblica, Di Segni, known for his very cautious attitude toward interreligious dialogue and his insistence on mutually recognized limits, said, “This Pontificate does not… Read More Pope flatters the Jews on Yom Kippur

Six dead and 1.253 unaccounted for in Colorado

Emergency management officials said 17,494 homes were damaged, 1,502 homes were destroyed and 11,700 people were ordered evacuated. As of Sunday, rescuers had evacuated more than 2,100 people and more than 500 pets, most by helicopter. Source: Denver Post My comment: As the Government in Washington keeps on supporting Islamic Jihad against Israel, the age… Read More Six dead and 1.253 unaccounted for in Colorado

Half of rebel fighters in Syria are jihadists

Nearly half the rebel fighters in Syria are now aligned to jihadist or hardline Islamist groups. This is according to a new analysis of factions in the country’s civil war. Opposition forces battling Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria now number around 100,000 fighters, but after more than two years of fighting they are fragmented into… Read More Half of rebel fighters in Syria are jihadists

Catholics in Poland parade a “holy finger”

“It’s a finger from his right hand from which he often gave a blessing to St. Faustina.” The Most Rev. Edward Ozorowski, Archbishop of Bialystok, Poland, brought a relic of Blessed Michael Sopocko, who was St. Faustina’s confessor and spiritual director. The principal celebrant at the Solemn Liturgy on Divine Mercy Sunday came bearing a… Read More Catholics in Poland parade a “holy finger”