“Fifty million people have been thrown into the Laogai prisons, including workers, religious and students,” Wu said, “and half of them become ashes.”
“Nowadays, people are looking for an explanation; but in those days it was all much simpler: they were Catholics, they were religious, they were ‘curates’ and they had to die.” —Bishop Damián Iguacén
St. Frances Xavier Cabrini was born in 1850, died in 1917 and was canonized by Pope Pius XII in 1946.
From the Mystery of the Cross to the Mystery of the Padres’ Gold, Chuck Bodnar became the keeper of San Juan Capistrano’s hidden and still-unsolved secrets.
“If abortion is indeed murder, then we are compelled, if not impelled from within, to do whatsoever we can to stop this Holocaust.”
In 1776, St. Junípero Serra, honoring his fellow Franciscan, placed California’s Mission San Juan Capistrano under St. John’s patronage.
Father Noel Moholy, a Franciscan friar and historian, reminded the world about Father Serra’s accomplishments and championed his cause.
“We exist, but we only begin to live when we do the will of God. That is holiness.”
Glass Fire impacts the local Catholic community and their neighbors.