5 Inspiring Saints for Black History Month

5 Inspiring Saints for Black History Month

Black History Month – An Opportunity to Learn February is Black History Month, which provides Catholics a wonderful opportunity to learn more about Black Saints and Saints whose mission was to serve and share the love of Christ with black communities throughout...
A Year of St. Joseph

A Year of St. Joseph

A Year of St. Joseph On December 8, 2020 the feast of the Immaculate Conception, Pope Francis surprised the Church by issuing a letter, Patris Corde, declaring that the next year was to be a “Year of St. Joseph” dedicated to the earthly father of Jesus, husband of...
Catholic Prayers For The Unborn

Catholic Prayers For The Unborn

We have curated these pro-life prayers for the unborn to inspire you to courageously pray for an end to abortion and to give a voice to the voiceless. We especially hold January 22nd, the grim anniversary of Roe v. Wade, now the National Day of Prayer for the Legal...
Do you know which 2021 plans cover abortion?

Do you know which 2021 plans cover abortion?

Since 2015 to present day, Obamacareabortion.com has reviewed each of the Individual and Family plans sold on the Obamacare exchanges in the states that allow elective abortion coverage in Obamacare plans. Check your state While it is possible to obtain an individual...
Christmas and the Flesh

Christmas and the Flesh

As we move through the octave of Christmas and inch closer to a new year, I find myself looking over the past 12 months with bewilderment. Who could have predicted last December what this year would bring? Christmas is a period of great rejoicing and hope, but this...
Anticipating Christmas and An End to Covid

Anticipating Christmas and An End to Covid

A Catholic approach to celebrating in times of suffering At the end of 2019 there was so much anticipation for the coming year. I recall a sea of memes dedicated to the fact all major holidays in 2020 would fall on weekends, conducive to maximum celebration. Of...
A right to worship — responsibly

A right to worship — responsibly

CMF CURO Director, Jordan Buzza, featured in Pittsburgh Gazette The article below originally appears in the Pittsburg Gazette “Houses of worship are conspicuously — and thankfully — absent from Gov. Tom Wolf’s latest restrictions (Dec. 11, “Three-Week Closure...