"Will you watch one hour a week with Our Lord Jesus? For hours of exposition/adoration in your state visit www.therealpresence.org ."   

The Obamunist Clintonista Marxocratic Shadow Government

by Vic Biorseth

What We Can Learn from Our Lady of Fatima

by Jim Fritz

Wolf in Sheeps Clothing

CCHD Section

Shedding Light on Today's Crisis

by Roberto de Mattei

Saints for the Month

St. Polycarp - February 23
St. Polycarp of Smyrna, was converted to Christianity by St. John the Evangelist. He was a disciple of the apostles and friend of St. Ignatius of Antioch. He was ordained bishop of Smyrna (now Izmir, Turkey) and was about eighty-six when the Roman pro-consul urged him to renounce Christ and save his life. St. Polycarp said, "For eighty-six years I have served Him and he has never wronged me. How can I renounce the King who has saved me?" He suffered martyrdom in 155 by burning at the stake in the amphitheater of Smyrna. . . . More

St. Katharine Drexel March 3
Today the dioceses of the United States celebrate the optional memorial of St. Katharine Drexel. Born into a wealthy Philadelphia family, Katharine took an avid interest in the material and spiritual well-being of African and Native Americans. She founded the Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament for Indians and Colored People, and opened mission schools in the West for Native Americans and in the South for African Americans. In 1915 she founded Xavier University in New Orleans. At her death, there were more than 500 sisters teaching in 63 schools. . . . . More

Visit CMC Members on the Web:

Life Issues Groups

Life Guardian Foundation

Catholic Watchdog Groups

The Lepanto Institute

Live Action


Catholics Come Home

Catholic Media Coalition


webmaster@catholicmediacoalition.org

editor@catholicmediacoalition.org


DISCLAIMER

All data and information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. It is published with the hope it will bolster the faith and aid Catholics to participate in the new evangelization. Catholic Media Coalition intends to publish only material that accords with the doctrine of the Catholic Church and the teaching of the magisterium. Information and opinions expressed in articles are the authors’ own. May God use this website for His greater honor and glory.

Copyright © 2003-2015, Catholic Media Coalition