20 July, 2018

Once again it is a pity to see how the Jesus Christ’s Church and its head (Pope Benedict XVI) are being attacked due to the pedophile scandals perpetrated by some Catholic priests in Ireland and the United States. Read the rest of this entry »


The Octave for Christian Unity

16 May, 2018


Each year the Catholic Church celebrates the Octave for Christian Unity.  Pope John Paul II and Benedict XVI have devoted many efforts to ecumenism in general, and in particular to the unity of churches who believe that God exists between different persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit. They also believe that the Son assumed human nature about two thousand years ago by intervening in the humanity history as Jesus Christ. Read the rest of this entry »

Poor God, dear God. How we trample thou

2 November, 2017

Several years ago, the movie industry folks in Hollywood produced a comedy named “Airplane.” It was funny, and one or two less successful sequels followed. That period was before air travel became a nuisance of long lines, bare feet, and threats of terrorism. It was also a time when the only fear most air travelers ever experienced was the malfunction of an engine or sudden air turbulence and misinterpreted plane noises. Recently, however, it seems that someone came up with the idea of having an impromptu evangelistic revival meeting at 33,000 feet in the air. Now, that is something new. Read the rest of this entry »

Religious persecution kills every year 150,000 Christians

2 November, 2017


   Aid to the Church in Need is a foundation of the Holy See, promoted by Pope Pius XII and initiated by P. Werenfried van Straaten in 1947, to help the needy or suffering persecution church anywhere in the world. It has offices in 17 countries and projects in 140 developing countries. Read the rest of this entry »

Christmas letter

28 October, 2017

   The uncertainty to ballot on 25th December has vanished. There is still some sanity. We will celebrate Christmas Eve together with family returning home for holidays, and prolonging the time after lunch in pleasant company, without having a look at what happens. Read the rest of this entry »


28 October, 2017

   It is an expression of love God has for his creatures, for every single one. God does not get out of them, but guarantees his constant help with this natural law written in nature as an indestructible and invaluable guide for our own salvation. And this salvation covers all of us, without distinction as race, skin color, etc. Read the rest of this entry »

Increased intolerance of Christians in Christian countries

27 October, 2017

   Cathedral in Salamanca, Spain, defaced by vandals. digg

   “The bishops of Europe are especially aware of the manifestations of discrimination and intolerance of religion confirm that some values and rights that are fundamental to Europe are far from a reality in some countries on the continent,” said Catholic Bishop András Veres of Szombathely, Hungary, in a comment on a 2011 report in Vatican newspaper L’Osservatore Romano on discrimination against religion in Europe. “To live and give testimony to one’s religious creed within respect for the liberty and sentiments of others will benefit everyone, believers and unbelievers, Christian and non-Christians,” declared the report. Read the rest of this entry »