East Catholic High School Students

October 3, 2017

East Catholic High School Students, Manchester, Connecticut, are inducted into the Hall of Honor for the courageous expression of their faith as seen in their  End Of Prayer Shaming Campaign.

Good work, kids. Keep your faith strong throughout your lives.


+Conner and Lauren Haines

May 22, 2017

Conner and Lauren Haines are inducted into the Hall of Honor for their courageous actions in the face of harassment in the protest of abortion. The teenagers stood on a public sidewalk out of the Downingtown (Pennsylvania) STEM Academy on April 21, 2017 with a placard quietly offering a word to students as they drove away after school. Conner and Lauren were accosted by Dr. Zach Ruff, the Assistant Principal at the time. Dr. Ruff told the teens to go to hell and used other foul language. He tried to disrupt the teens talking to any of the Academy Students.

Note: Dr. Ruff has been inducted in the Hall of Shame.


Here is the unedited video of the incident:


Warning: This material contains offensive language


Run time: 18 minutes.

+Thordis Elva and Tom Stranger

February 26, 2017

Thordis Elva and Tom Stranger are inducted into the Hall of Honor because of their courage to give voice to the truths about sexual violence. Their eight year of journey of reconciliation and forgiveness is not meant to be set as an example for others to follow, but to demonstrate that healing and forgiveness are possible.

Thordis Elva and Tom Stranger:
Our story of rape and reconciliation

Also read a Q&A with Thordis Elva and Tom Stranger


+Colleen Bayer

June 6, 2016

Colleen Bayer is inducted into the Hall of Honor for her courageous stand for the truth concerning homosexual priests, gender ideology, and same-sex marriage.

Colleen is a papal Dame in the Order of St. Gregory the Great and president of Family Life International New Zealand. The three stories she presented at the Life Forum 2016 in Rome were shocking but illustrative of the culture of death that has engulfed our culture like a tsunami.

As the late Father Paul Marx, famous pro-life missionary told her about how to cope with all this evil raging around us, “Beware of the tentacles of Satan. Look for the hand of God, and move ahead.”

In her first story she talks about homosexual priest she knew who related horrific stories of his time at seminary in Rome that included homosexual orgies,

Colleen said, “And it broke my heart. I used to think that we worship under the dome of Rome, that we come here [in Rome] to our home. But then to learn that in the seminary here…the devastation, the filth, and the stuff that went on is appalling.”

This priest, who was a friend of Colleen and her husband took his own life.

In the second story she relates how her own adopted disabled child was molested by the bus driver of the disabled bus. A few years after this Colleen and her husband were horrified to learn that the leaders of a special needs group were teaching and pushing the gender and homosexual ideology to the disabled children in their charge. These leader told the kids things like, ‘It’s all okay, and especially if you have a disability;’  ‘Same sex stuff is great: You are not going to get pregnant, you are not going to have a baby;’  and ‘You can do whatever you like to do.’

Colleen found her daughter on a mattress on the floor in the middle of the room with an disabled man who was being intimate with her. When Colleen, in shock, vehemently confronted the leader, the leader replied, “Excuse me, but they are a couple.”

In the third story a pregnant homosexual woman came to the crisis pregnancy center that Colleen directs. The woman wanted an abortion so she go go back to her “wife” who was horribly beating her. Colleen and her colleagues succeeded in convincing the woman to not have an abortion. After the baby was born the woman went back to her abusive “spouse”. She was later killed by that “spouse.”

“Beware of the tentacles of Satan.
Look for the hand of God, and move ahead.”

Here is her talk:

[Source: LifeSiteNews]

+ McDonalds in Spring Hill, Tennessee & Amy Basel

December 20, 2015

McDonald’s, in Spring Hill, Tennessee, is inducted into the Hall of Honor for the courage to put a capital C back in Christmas. In this time of a concerted war on Christmas and on Christianlty, it is heartwarming to see business owners with the guts to display the true meaning of Christmas.

Special thanks to Amy Basel for posting the picture on her Facebook page, stating “Drove by and did a double-take. Growing up in the mitten, you would NEVER see this. Tennessee McDonald’s…you made my day. ‘His name is Jesus.'” Thanks Amy for the courage to post your picture.

WZTV in Spring Hill reports:


+ Tomi Lahren, television host

November 19, 2015

Tomi Lahren, is a 22 year old, television host and conservative political commentator for TheBlaze. She was previously the host of On Point with Tomi Lahren on One America News Network. Miss Kahren inducted into the Hall of Honor for her courage and tenacity to state with bold and unabashed truth about what is a War with Islam. Miss Tomi also took to school President Obama for his refusal to criticize these Muslim terrorist. Congratulation Tomi. You give us hope for the younger generation.

Here is her commentary on On Point with Tomi Lahren:



+ Bishop Thomas Paprocki, Springfield Diocese

November 21, 2013

BpThomasPaprockiStatementOctober20133Most Reverend Thomas Paprocki, Bishop of Springfield, Illinois is inducted into the Hall of Honor for his courage and integrity as a Catholic Prelate to stand a against the evil of so-called “same-sex marriage. Bishop Paprocki performed a public exorcism at the same time Illinois Governor Pat Quinn was expected to sign Illinois’s same-sex “marriage” bill into law.

 The story reported by LifeSiteNews:

SPRINGFIELD, Ill., November 20, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Roman Catholic Bishop Thomas Paprocki of the Springfield Diocese held a rare public exorcism service at the Cathedral on Wednesday afternoon, at the same time Governor Pat Quinn was expected to sign Illinois’s same-sex “marriage” bill into law.

An exorcism is a casting out of evil.  Usually, an exorcism is performed on an individual believed to have been corrupted by evil spirits, but in an interview with the Chicago Tribune, diocesan spokeswoman Kathie Sass explained that Wednesday’s service was to be a general exorcism “specifically designed to pray for the limitation of the work of the devil and the work of evil in the world.”                       

Bishop Paprocki said that under certain circumstances, a bishop may judge a cultural situation sufficiently grave to warrant a public exorcism. Citing remarks by Pope Francis, he said gay ‘marriage’ clearly fits the bill.

She warned that anyone hoping to see spinning heads or projectile vomiting at the service, as portrayed in the grisly 1970s horror film “The Exorcist,” was bound to be disappointed.

“This is not a Hollywood version,” Sass told the paper.

Sass told the Tribune that Catholics participate in “minor exorcisms” every time they renew their baptismal promises – which include a public rejection of Satan and all evil – for instance, at Easter, and during all baptisms.

In announcing Wednesday’s service, Paprocki referenced the introduction to the rite of exorcism, which explains that “[t]he presence of the Devil and other demons appears and exists not only in the tempting or tormenting of persons, but also in the penetration of things and places in a certain manner by their activity, and in various forms of opposition to and persecution of the church.” 

Paprocki said that under certain circumstances, a bishop may judge a cultural situation sufficiently grave to warrant a public exorcism. 

To explain why he believes marriage redefinition fits the bill, the bishop quoted Pope Francis, who faced a similar situation when Argentina debated same-sex “marriage” in 2010, while he was archbishop of Buenos Aires. 

Back then, the future pontiff wrote:  “The identity of the family, and its survival, are in jeopardy here: father, mother, and children. The life of so many children who will be discriminated beforehand due to the lack of human maturity that God willed them to have with a father and a mother is in jeopardy. At stake is the total rejection of God’s law engraved in our hearts.”  The future pope also asserted that gay “marriage” is not a political struggle, but a plot by Satan to “confuse and deceive the children of God.”

“Pope Francis is saying that same-sex ‘marriage’ comes from the devil and should be condemned as such,” Paprocki said. 

The bishop had harsh words for Catholic politicians whom he said took the pope’s infamous “Who am I to judge?” comment out of context and twisted it in order to justify their support for redefining marriage, including Governor Quinn and House Speaker Michael Madigan.

“It is scandalous that so many Catholic politicians are responsible for enabling the passage of this legislation and even twisting the words of the pope to rationalize their actions despite the clear teaching of the church,” Paprocki said.

“All politicians now have the moral obligation to work for the repeal of this sinful and objectionable legislation,” Paprocki added. “We must pray for deliverance from this evil which has penetrated our state and our church.”


+ Ashfaq Fateh, Pakistani Peace Activist

April 29, 2013

Ashfaq Fateh

Ashfaq Fateh

Ashfaq Fateh is inducted into the Hall of Honor for his courage as a Christian Pakistani to promote peace and understanding in Pakistan.

Mr. Ashfaq Fateh was born on October 10th, 1973 in Tandla, Pakistan. He received his education from St. Peter’s High School Toba Tek Singh and the Government Degree College. He holds a B.Ed Degree (1998) and a Masters in Social Studies with distinction (2001). Ashfaq was  married to Miss Rafia Salomi on December 11th, 1997.

In 1993, he started his career as a teacher at St. Peter’s High School.  On August 20, 2002 Fr. Bonnie Mendes gave him the responsibility as the Head Teacher. Ashfaq was very popular and a favorite personality among the students both as a teacher and as a Principal. He always viewed young students as ambassadors of peace. On August 8th , 2010 he resigned from this position and laid the foundation of an organization entitled, Ravi Foundation.

Ravi Foundation Pakistan has a strong focus to improve the quality of Human and animal’s rights in Pakistan, with the objective of achieving international standards. Ravi Foundation works to uplift the vulnerable, deprived and neglected segments of the societies of the Pakistan. Particularly, Ravi Foundation works for interfaith dialogue and harmony among peoples. In 2013 and 2014 the Ravi Foundation Pakistan provided  wheat straw, wheat bran and arranged medical camps for the millions of animals in five districts of Pakistan such as Jhang, Toba Tek Singh, Sialkot, Narowal and DG Khan.

Cross border peace: Ashfaq Fateh receives his Acha Star award from I. A. Rehman & Dr. Pritam K. Rohilla in Lahore.

From 2012 to 2013 he served as coordinator of Bangladesh, India and Pakistan Peoples’ Forum. As an active member of “AMAN ki ASHA” from 2007 to 2013, he struggled for peace and harmony. To make a peaceful and positive connection among children belonging to the various countries, he started a program named “Peace Pals”. This program brought a very positive change among children to promote peace among youth and communities. Several programs were organized.

Seeing his struggle for peace and Interfaith Harmony, in 2010 he was awarded with a ACHA (Association for Communal Harmony in Asia) Peace Star Award.

From 1992 until his death in 2013, Ashfaq Fateh was engaged in efforts to bring together Muslims and Christians in Pakistan. As chairman for the Harmony Foundation and principal of a high school he inspired and organised programmes in schools to promote peace, gender equality, and religious harmony. In June 2010, he led a group of students to the Wagah border as part of the Aman Ki Asha Peace handkerchiefs initiative.

 Ashfaq gives speech on the Peace Pal program:




In 2013, remaining seriously ill for 4 months, he went to the eternal rest (May his soul rest in Peace). All of his struggles and efforts for the uplifting of the marginalized, for youth and children will always be remembered.

AsiaNews said of him:

Ashfaq Fatah was model of Christian activism, like the late great Anthony Mathew and Clement Shahbaz Bhatti, people who also died too early, but who have left their mark on the map of Pakistan and pointed to a way forward. So says Atif Jamil Pagaan, social worker and director of Harmony Foundation, remembering the Pakistani Catholic activist Ashfaq Fateh, who died recently after a brief illness at the age of 41. The funeral took place on April 20 in city district of Toba Tek Singh, Punjab province, in front of a “great multitude” made up of Christians and Muslims, without distinction of creed or social class, from all classes and backgrounds.

His death has caused deep sorrow and participation throughout the community, which has come together in prayer to bid a final farewell to a person who was at the forefront in the struggle for the development of the Christian minority and its presence within the civil society. Many tributes were paid to his wife Salome, whom he married in 1997 and with whom he had made several trips (one of them to India), one of his many passions. In recent weeks, the doctors tried in every way to remove a liver tumor, but the disease was already in an advanced stage.

However, his witness of life and faith remains. Ashfaq Fateh was passionate about media and communication, a lover of travel with a deep desire to learn languages ??- especially English – and improve his own cultural level (and not only). He was also very close to Fr. Bonnie Mendes, former Regional Coordinator for Caritas and active in social work, who guided him over the years in his spiritual formation and education. In fact, it is thanks to the priest that he drew close to the world of the media – especially television and news – and the study of English.

As a young man, Ashfaq represented Pakistan in a meeting between Catholics from around the world which was held in Caracas, Venezuela, thanks to visa obtained through the Iranian Embassy. A document that allowed him to visit Tehran, where he met with Dominican priests in the Islamic Republic. His memory is linked to environmental activism, the desire to strengthen inter-religious dialogue and his witness of Christian and Catholic life, which he never gave up. In his career he also directed and guided the Ravi Foundation, a nongovernmental organization that deals with the most needy and served as teacher and principal of St. Peter High School.

 He is missed by everyone who knew him.

+ Holy Wood Acting Studio

September 1, 2012

The Holy Wood Acting Studio and  Carlos Espinosa, who is CEO/President and company is inducted into our Hall of Honor for its visionary insight to bring values to the acting industry by training students to respect themselves and their bodies, in accordance with the Theology of the Body, to use their talent for the glory of God.

The mission statement states:

Remember that you, artists, are the custodians of beauty in the world.

Our mission is to prepare and form our students to become excellent actors and powerful couriers of truth and beauty through media to the world.

The mission of Holy Wood Acting Studio is to prepare our actors to take a leading role in guiding these great media to that moral center that, in the past, proved that fictional drama can be honest, entertaining, popular, important and influential. All of our courses emphasize personal and professional growth and development, not limiting such growth to acting potential but also transforming the trainees into leaders in their family lives and community as well. In other words, graduates of Holy Wood Acting Studio can be counted upon to MAKE A DIFFERENCE in the lives of all they touch.

Carlos explains:

In addition to improving students acting skills and providing aspiring actors with the necessary tools to excel as professionals, we teach them how to love themselves as much as God loves them which will give the future actor really strong confidence in our Personal Growth and Development program. We train our students to be powerful leaders since their career as actors naturally requires them to lead masses from the screen in our Leadership program. In Health and Fitness integrated with Theology of the Body students become aware of their own dignity and rediscover their beauty. They learn to enhance and maintain their body with exciting classes and exercises challenging them to become the awesome person God intended for them to be. This all encompassing program will give students the strength needed not only to avoid the dangers of fame and money but to be stewards of these gifts in a great way to lead and to bring light to millions. We understand that acting is not only a job, its a calling.

We want people to know our mission which is to form torches of Light and curriers of beauty as John Paul II said, for the media.

This is a bold effort that we should support to bring values and God to the acting profession.





Interview on Life on the Rock, EWTN:

+ Archbishop-elect Salvatore Cordileone (San Francisco)

August 11, 2012

We induct Bishop Salvatore Cordileone, newly appointed to the San Fancisco archsiocese, to our Hall of Honor, for his courage and intergrity to support and defend Church teaching (God’s teaching) on sexuality. As he is entering a lion’s den of one of the most perverted territories on the planet, the demons anhd perverts will be hot on his back. He will need an extraordinary amount of prayer cover and support.

We applaud your integrity and courage, Bishop, and we will be praying for you.

Here is the story:

San Francisco archdiocese bans drag queens from parish; gay group indignant

by Kathleen Gilbert


SAN FRANCISCO, August 10, 2012, (LifeSiteNews.com) – A group helping homosexuals recover from drug and alcohol abuse has canceled a fundraiser on Catholic parish grounds in protest, after the church said it would no longer allow drag queens in such events.
The Castro County Club said it was disappointed in the new policy at Most Holy Redeemer Parish, located in the Castro district of San Francisco, a change that was handed down from the archdiocesan level. The famously liberal Bay area was rocked last month by Pope Benedict XVI’s appointment of Bishop Salvatore Cordileone, a staunch and outspoken defender of Catholic teaching on sexuality, to the Archdiocese of San Francisco. The archdiocese had previously been a source of scandal to conservative Catholics through its frequent engagement with the gay rights community.
The club lamented the loss of venue for the drag queens, which had held previous fundraisers on parish grounds.
“In previous years, we have had Ivy Drip and Heklina, both well-known entertainers and community fundraisers, serve as emcees of the event, and we felt we could not in good conscience abide by the church’s new policy,” the board said.
The archdiocese has a history of scandal involving the local gay rights community.
In 2007, Archbishop George Niederauer apologized after he was filmed giving Holy Communion to the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,” a group of men in flamboyant nun outfits whose mockery of Catholic culture is a staple at local homosexual events. Most Holy Redeemer Parish has frequently stood at the center of the controversy, hosting “gay pride” masses and sending a contingent to the city’s obscene Pride Weekend and gay pride parade.
Most Holy Redeemer’s new pastor, the Reverend Brian Costello, said that he was “big on compromising” and praised the club’s positive work in the community, but said the group “would not work with me.” This May, Costello took over for Rev. Steve Meriwether, who famously supported the church’s celebration of the homosexual lifestyle.
Meriwether, a former archdiocesan chancellor, used to bless gay pride participants with holy water and was demoted after hosting the transgendered “Sisters” for a lewd bingo fundraiser whose prizes included pornographic DVDs and sex toys.
Costello said he had offered to continue hosting the fundraiser as long as no drag queens were present.
“It was all or nothing. And they got nothing,” he said, according to the Bay Area Reporter.
The pastor said “we have had bad experiences” with the drag queens, “not only in church, but also the [social] hall.”
Meanwhile, gay rights advocates are voicing alarm over the arrival of Archbishop-elect Cordileone, who as head of the Diocese of Oakland was a prominent force behind Proposition 8, the state’s amendment defining marriage as between a man and a woman.
The bishop also issued an ultimatum earlier this year to the Oakland-based national Catholic Association for Lesbian and Gay Ministry, telling the group after a year of talks that he would declare the group “not authentically Catholic” if it refused to endorse traditional Church teaching on sexuality.
The Chicago-based Rainbow Sash Movement (RSM), a group dedicated to changing church teaching to welcome open homosexuality, has also weighed in on the changes at the archdiocese that was once one of its closest allies. The group once praised outgoing Archbishop George Niederauer as appearing to “defus[e] homophobia in his archdiocese.”  Co-founder Joe Murray noted that, although “homophobia in the church existed prior to this event,” the change foreshadows a new level of conflict.
“The appointment of Archbishop-elect Cordileone has brought this matter to a head,” said Murray.
Bishop Cordileone is scheduled officially to take the reins at San Francisco on October 4, the feast of St. Francis of Assisi.

"Light of the World"

"You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hid. Nor do men light a lamp and put it under a bushel, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven." (Matthew 5:14-16)