Day 17: Jacob Meets Esau (2022)

Fr. Mike dives into the love Jacob has for God, and how this is shown when Jacob meets Esau. Today’s readings are Genesis 33-34, Job 23-24, and Proverbs 3:13-18. For the complete reading plan, visit Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children – parental discretion is advised.

NJ Bishops’ Crocodile Tears

Church Militant (a 501(c)4 corporation) is responsible for the content of this commentary. Terrified the U.S. Supreme Court might overturn Roe v. Wade, New Jersey Democrats have enshrined child killing into state law. The radical abortion legislation, which was signed into law Thursday by the Garden State’s fake-Catholic governor, was introduced earlier this month. And the state’s […]

Build Back Gayer

Church Militant (a 501(c)4 corporation) is responsible for the content of this commentary. As radical gender ideology festers throughout the United States, sham-Catholic Joe Biden is sending American tax dollars overseas to promote LGBT propaganda across the globe. In tonight’s In-Depth Report, Church Militant’s Aidan O’Connor takes a closer look at Biden’s trans agenda.  Biden’s administration […]

A Great Prophetess of the Church

Early this morning, the great Alice von Hildebrand passed on into eternity. For decades, she taught, wrote dozens of articles and books and gave talks to Catholics around the world. Church Militant’s Joe Gallagher tells us about her dire warnings for our times. Alice von Hildebrand was a faithful Catholic and a modern-day prophetess, warning of the spiritual dangers […]

Worldwide Rosary Rallies

Fr. Donald Calloway: “Demons fear this thing. Nobody slays a dragon without a sword. That’s what this is.” Christians throughout the centuries have sought Our Lady’s help in times of need, confident they would not be left unaided. Church Militant’s Nadia Hazimeh showcases how people around the world during this time of crisis are again turning themselves […]

Saint Anthony the Abbot

Anthony was born in Upper Egypt to wealthy Christian parents in the year 251. Around the year 269, his parents died and left him and his sister a sizable inheritance, including three hundred acres of land. One day when he was attending Mass he heard the Scripture reading from Matthew 19:21: “If you wish to […]

Monday of the Second Week in Ordinary Time

The first reading tells us that before God, obedience to his command is much important than sacrifice and burnt offerings, for reasons we do not understand God told Saul through Samuel to “attack Amalek and destroy completely all that he has, Do not spare them- man, woman, infant or suckling, ox or sheep, camel or […]

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“Look upon all your fellowmen as God’s creatures, whom He desires to be saved, and you will find that you cannot wish harm to those for whom God has such good will.” — St. John of Avila, Finding Confidence in Times of Trial