An Open Letter to Bishop McKnight

by Dean Lamb As shepherd of the Diocese of Jefferson City, Bishop McKnight, you are responsible for every soul in your flock. Yet, incredibly, you bought into the pandemic fearmongering that wreaked havoc on secular society, and you closed our parish churches when we needed them the most. Consider that Saint Mother Teresa ministered tirelessly… Continue reading An Open Letter to Bishop McKnight

You’re about to be pressured to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Will you roll up your sleeve?

The first COVID-19 vaccine doses are coming soon to a healthcare facility near you, by some reports as early as next Thursday—Christmas Eve! Ho-ho-ho! By the end of February, officials say two million doses will be available to Missourians. But they are less worried about whom to vaccinate than they are about how to get… Continue reading You’re about to be pressured to take the COVID-19 vaccine. Will you roll up your sleeve?

Fr. Altman’s Homily for the Feast of the Immaculate Conception

With permission from Father James Altman, pastor of St. James the Less in La Crosse, Wisconsin, we bring you his homily for today, in which he poses the question: “What is the single most important sentence EVER uttered … by any human … since Adam and Eve?” PDF of Fr. Altman's Dec. 8, 2020 Homily

Missouri Bishops justify ‘problematic’ vaccines

This just in from Bishop McKnight’s most recent Monday Morning Memo, emphasis ours: On Nov. 20, the Missouri Catholic Conference issued a statement to address ethical concerns about vaccines and the use of aborted fetal stem cells in vaccine research. The bishops stated that if safe and effective vaccines are available that don’t rely on aborted fetal cell… Continue reading Missouri Bishops justify ‘problematic’ vaccines