St. Arsenius

Although there is some question about his early life, it seems that St. Arsenius was born in Rome around the year 354, became a deacon, and later tutor to the sons of the Emperor Theodosius I of Constantinople. He lived at court amid great wealth and pomp, had splendid apartments, rich clothes, and a host […]

The Little Saint of Forgiveness

If we really want to love, we must learn how to forgive. – St. Teresa of Calcutta Forgiveness is not an easy feat for many of us, especially when we have been severely burned by someone who is close to us, perhaps a friend, family member, or even a former novice mistress, for those of […]

Liberal Bishops Are Losing the Info War

Today’s Vortex features Michael’s July 18 interview with The American Journal, where he talks with Harrison Smith about the U.S. bishops’ billions and their political activism for the Democrats.

Argentine priest is Pope Francis’ new personal secretary

Pope Francis with Father Daniel Pellizzon, who was appointed the pope’s personal secretary July 17, 2023. / Credit: Portal Encamino – Archbishopric of Buenos Aires ACI Prensa Staff, Jul 18, 2023 / 15:30 pm (CNA). Archbishop Jorge García Cuerva of Buenos Aires, Argentina, on July 17 announced that Pope Francis has appointed a priest from […]