Catholic Action for Faith and Family Founder and President, Thomas McKenna, appeared on San Diego UT-TV to discuss the issue of the Supreme Court and same sex “marriage.” Please keep in mind that those seeking a redefinition of marriage are arguing not only against established legal precedent but also the view of the enlightened men [...]
Most of the faithful in St. Louis revered him and miss him to this day. The ones who loved him most and likely miss him most of all are the seminarians. The seminary in St. Louis was packed with aspirants from across the country who wanted to be near Burke and he wanted to be near them. It is said he spent an inordinate amount of time with his seminarians and even spent one-on-one time with each of them on a regular basis.
Catholic Action Organization Launches “Spiritual Bouquet” Initiative for the Faithful to Pray for the Cardinals in Conclave
Today as cardinals from around the world meet in Rome for the first time since Benedict XVI resigned as Pope, a Catholic organization has initiated an online Spiritual Bouquet of prayers and Mass intentions to give the faithful the opportunity to support, in prayer, the cardinals who will elect the next Pope.
Today’s decision by a federal district court in Nebraska to dismiss one of the many pending lawsuits against the HHS abortion-drug, contraception and sterilization mandate is unfortunate (and in one respect, seriously mistaken). But the decision turns on technicalities and doesn’t decide the merits of the dispute. Bear this context in mind if you should hear anyone trumpeting this decision as some sort of “victory” for the federal government on the religious-liberty questions at the heart of the HHS mandate litigation. It’s nothing of the sort.
New Book on the Holy Eucharist by Cardinal Raymond Burke to be released on June 7, Feast of Corpus Christ
San Diego, May 31, 2012 — Today Catholic Action for Faith and Family announces the much anticipated release of Cardinal Raymond Burke’s book, Divine Love Made Flesh: The Holy Eucharist as the Sacrament of Charity. “It is a great honor to publish Cardinal Burke’s book,” said Thomas McKenna, a longtime friend to Cardinal Burke and [...]
In Divine Love Made Flesh: The Holy Eucharist as the Sacrament of Charity, His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke examines the beauty and power of the Holy Eucharist in light of the profound teachings of Blessed Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI. Using clear and illuminating language, Cardinal Burke guides the reader through [...]
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On November 20, 2010 the Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, elevated Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke to the College of Cardinals. Cardinal Burke will now serve as a close advisor to the Holy Father. Cardinal Burke has served as the Episcopal Advisor of Catholic Action for Faith and Family from its inception and continues to provide [...]
On the afternoon of January 22, more than one hundred pro-lifers of all ages gathered in down town San Diego for what the coordinator, Roger Lopez from Helpers of God’s Precious Infants, said was “a peaceful prayer vigil to give a voice to the unborn.” The vigil was held in union with other prolife rallies [...]