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‘Let Us Worship’ pastor calls for Christian revival amid COVID-19 lockdowns
‘Do we fear God or do we fear man? Are we willing to take a stand to break the rules to honor God?’

Judge hands huge victory to Catholic priest fighting California gov’s restrictions on churches
‘The Supreme Court’s decision in Brooklyn Diocese v. Cuomo has opened the way to the liberation of churches from the absurd and bigoted superstition that they are veritable death chambers threatening the entire population.’

Christians fight back against restrictions, plan to fill churches for Christmas
‘As Catholics and Americans, we have the canonical and constitutional right to freely worship,’ the campaign states.


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  • Irish Catholics demand the sacraments after government bans Mass
    Fr. Sean Mulligan of the Clogher Diocese protested the law in a powerful sermon, available to view online, in which he decried the new law as ‘a new type of tyranny and persecution’ and stated that ‘it’s our own government who are orchestrating this attack on our faith and our right to practice it in public.’
  • Archbishop Viganò responds to reports Pope will skip Midnight Mass on Christmas
    This latest news has left the faithful bewildered, scandalized and abandoned by a hierarchy that found a way to gather in the Basilica of Santa Maria in Ara Cœli for a syncretistic rite presided by Jorge Mario Bergoglio, but which does not hesitate to suspend the celebration of Holy Mass on the Night in which the Church celebrates the Birth of the Savior.
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Priest calls police on mother of 11 praying in empty church without a mask 
Neither the priest nor the diocese have explained the arrest despite a stated mask exemption for those seated in their pew.

UK and Ireland Christians take worship ‘underground’ in wake of govt lockdowns 
‘The fact that we have to sneak around to worship God, in fear of criminal prosecution, is alarming. But we do what we have to do,’ a pastor said.

Have church lockdowns uncrowned Christ the King?
One consequence of Christ’s Social Kingship is that, ‘the Church, founded by Christ as a perfect society, has a natural and inalienable right to perfect freedom and immunity from the power of the state’ (Pius XI, Quas Primas, 31). But the silence around this teaching has been deafening.


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  • Have church lockdowns uncrowned Christ the King?
    One consequence of Christ’s Social Kingship is that, ‘the Church, founded by Christ as a perfect society, has a natural and inalienable right to perfect freedom and immunity from the power of the state’ (Pius XI, Quas Primas, 31). But the silence around this teaching has been deafening.