Press release from Renaissance Catholique after the symposium “What future for the traditional mass?” – Catholic-Riposte

Press release from Renaissance Catholique after the symposium What future

A decision coming, it seems, from the archdiocese having closed the doors of the Sainte Odile church to us, this conference finally took place in the prestigious and welcoming buildings of the Maison de la chimie. More than 500 people came together this fall to take stock of the ” Warming of liturgical warfare. Canon … Read more

The Pagan Mass by Marc Labrèche

The Pagan Mass by Marc Labreche

As the national holiday approaches, Marc Labrèche thinks of his dead. Morbid, as a state of mind? The spokesperson appeals rather to the duty of memory. Poetic-mystical conversation, and predictably disheveled, with the actor and host, on the spiritual nature of this collective celebration. Posted at 6:00 a.m. Dominic Late The Press In 1975, during … Read more

From Saddam Hussein to ISIS: Iraq continues to search its mass graves

NAJAF: The excavator hums and the forensic scientists get to work: in Najaf, as in many places in Iraq, bones are being exhumed for identification, a titanic task in a country where mass graves bear witness to the horror of past conflicts. The scene repeats itself over and over again. A skull is stripped of … Read more

How to support communities affected by mass shooting | Portapique massacre: Nova Scotia in mourning

How to support communities affected by mass shooting Portapique

The report by Jaclyn Schildkrault of the State University of New York at Oswego offers solutions to help victims’ loved ones and their communities. The documents were released as several families boycott the hearings and say they lack confidence in the inquiry process. A collective mourning Each individual has their own needs and for some … Read more