Another domino falls in the creeping Islamisation of Britain. And, once again, it is the Politically Correct leftists who have taken over our institutions who are to blame, rather than ordinary Muslims.
The childhood home of Jesus may have been found underneath the Sisters of Nazareth Convent in Nazareth, Israel, according to archaeologist Ken Dark.
A group of drag performers is up in arms over a Dublin library canceling a scheduled event to read to children, pressuring local authorities to revise their original explanation for the event.
A decade before he was crucified, Jesus sailed on a trading ship and found inspiration in Cornwall and southwest England. That’s the theory of a very plausible and well-argued book.
These inspiring lines are delivered to the rabble of brave English soldiers who are about to go into battle (the Battle of Agincourt) against thousands of French knights.
The KTI are utterly opposed to the anti-Christian Marxist murderers of the IRA and their political wing Sinn Fein. But that does not mean that we are incapable of acknowledging the bravery and sacrifice of the men and women who fought and died to free Ireland from British rule.
This Psalm foretells the earthquake that happened when Our Lord died, which was a prefigure of the Final Judgement.
GRAYBEARDS WERE THIN ON THE ground in the 13th century. For even wealthy landholding males, average life expectancy was about 31 years, rising to 48 years for those who made it to their twenties. The Knights Templar, then, must have seemed to have some magical potion: Many members of this Catholic military order lived long past 60. And even then, they often died at the hands of their enemies, rather than from illness.