Holy Mexican Martyrs by Ermes Dovico

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Unisex school uniforms and pro-trans laws, LGBT lobby wins in Japan
EAST ASIA

Unisex school uniforms and pro-trans laws, LGBT lobby wins in Japan

More than half of schools impose gender neutral uniforms. Unisex swimwear are also catching on.  The publisher of a book criticising 'transgender madness' is intimated. And now even the Supreme Court favours trans identity.


Mass graves in Canada, anti-Catholic hoax debunked
SLANDER

Mass graves in Canada, anti-Catholic hoax debunked

No human remains, just a huge lie to discredit the Church: this is the only real "discovery" three years after the denigration campaign, complete with vandalised churches and a papal mea culpa.


Gaza, a war Israel is losing
ANALYSIS

Gaza, a war Israel is losing

A ceasefire under the current conditions would sanction Israel's defeat, yet the attack on Rafah would also be disastrous: for the Palestinian population and politically for Israel. It is the root of the problem that must be addressed and solved.


University protests result of Islamist penetration puts West in danger
ANALYSIS

University protests result of Islamist penetration puts West in danger

The wave of pro-Palestinian student protests that has swept through US universities, and to some extent in Europe, is a consequence of the increasing percentage of Islamic immigration and a dangerous trend that the political classes have underestimated.


Crepaldi: Europeanism is an ideology to combat
INTERVIEW

Crepaldi: Europeanism is an ideology to combat

Green Deal, private property under attack, abortion considered one of the fundamental principles, interference in the internal affairs of member states. And now this process of centralisation is in acceleration. This project, today personified by Mario Draghi, is incompatible with the vision of the Catholic Church. Msgr. Giampaolo Crepaldi, who led the CCEE's Caritas in veritate commission for many years, speaks out.


FBI actions against Catholics “not malicious” on principle
THE REPORT

FBI actions against Catholics “not malicious” on principle

The inspector general of the Justice Department’s report leaves grey areas: Actions taken against Catholics violated FBI standards but lacked "malicious intent". But, FBI looks the other way for pro-Hamas protesters.


London's Rwanda plan will save lives
IMMIGRATION

London's Rwanda plan will save lives

World 24_04_2024 Anna Bono

The British Parliament has finally passed the law that defines how and when a selection of illegal migrants will be transferred to Rwanda pending the evaluation of their asylum requests. Amnesty International and other NGOs protest, but misrepresent a law that will save lives.


Wars and destabilisation, West pays Biden's mistakes
MIDDLE EAST

Wars and destabilisation, West pays Biden's mistakes

While Trump had laid the foundations for a balance in the Middle East with the Abrahamic Accords, the current US administration has encouraged Iran in its work of destabilisation. A diplomatic disaster.


Hate crimes, Scotland’s LGBT police state
NEW RULES

Hate crimes, Scotland’s LGBT police state

After pressure from the LGBT lobby, new regulations in Scotland against so-called "hate crimes" will come into force on 1 April. Those who defend male-female gender and marriage between man and woman, face a sentence of up to seven years in prison.


Gaza, why Israel’s response is 'disproportionate'
MIDDLE EAST

Gaza, why Israel’s response is 'disproportionate'

Patriarch Pizzaballa and Cardinal Parolin accuse Israel of a "disproportionate" response. Not only do the numbers prove them right, but the facts show that Israel is losing its soul.


"Jimmy Lai, persecuted by China, abandoned by the Vatican"
 INTERVIEW/FATHER SIRICO

"Jimmy Lai, persecuted by China, abandoned by the Vatican"

 As Hong Kong tightens its national security law, the famous Catholic dissident risks being jailed for life. Father Robert Sirico attended the last hearing of his trial: 'He saw me, I blessed him and he was moved'. A crucifix drawn in prison is now on display at the Catholic University of Washington. The closeness of Cardinal Zen, the silence of Rome and the Church in Hong Kong. 


Ireland saves woman and family: surprise victory
REFERENDUM

Ireland saves woman and family: surprise victory

The surprise No victory in the Irish referendum to remove a woman’s right to stay home and look after the family and the uniqueness of the natural family from the Constitution. The Daily Compass interviews Angelo Bottone, a promoter of the No committee. "It is a break with the decade of liberal reforms".