The German Church and Islamic Territory

by (@Cuchulain09) February 12, 2013

By Faith McDonnell (@Cuchulain09) In a Gatestone Institute article on February 12, Soeren Kern writes of empty German churches being converted into mosques for Germany’s growing Muslim population. The latest church conversion is taking place in Hamburg, where the historic Kapernaumkirche (Capernaum Church) and associated property, a cultural heritage site, was sold in 2005 to the Al-Nour […]

Yet Another German Bishop Decries Persecution of Christians and Political Correctness

by (@markdtooley) December 30, 2012

By Andrew E. Harrod, PhD, JD, Esq. ​In another German manifestation of the church militant, Cologne’s Archbishop Joachim Meisner drew attention to the often ignored global persecution of Christians in his December 28, 2012, sermon and to politically (but not factually) correct understandings of human nature often prevalent in modern societies. Meisner spoke on the […]

German Catholic Bishops Decry Global Persecution of Christians, Call for Prayer

by (@TheIRD) December 28, 2012

By Andrew E. Harrod, PhD, Esq. As previously announced on December 18, 2012, the Catholic Church’s German Bishops Conference has called upon all German Catholics to observe a day of prayer on December 26 in remembrance of persecuted Christians worldwide.  This observance follows a June 2012 decision of the conference to observe an annual day […]

St. Boniface and Wimpy Christians

by (@bjgingerich) June 5, 2012

Today marks the feast day of St. Boniface, missionary to the Germans. Born in the county Devon area of England circa 680, he left his prosperous family at a young age to pursue a monastic vocation. In 716, he left to evangelize on the continent, joining St. Willibrord in Utrecht to minister to the Frisians. […]

Think Again

by (@TheIRD) November 12, 2010

James Tonkowich November 12, 2010 This article was originally published on Boundless Webzine and has been reposted with permission. Having been unceremoniously tossed out of his English boarding school, Patrick Leigh Fermor thrashed about wondering what to do next. He considered several options including a career in the Army, but in the end, he decided on something […]

The Islamo-Fascist

by (@markdtooley) August 19, 2010

The following article originally appeared on the Frontpage Magazine website, and is reposted with permission.   In the 2008 Tom Cruise movie “Valkyrie” about the July 20, 1944 plot to kill Hitler, Major Otto Ernst Remer is portrayed as key to suppressing the anti-Hitler coup.  When Remer was arresting Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels, unknowingly at the behest […]