Colombia’s Constitutional Court censors Vice-President’s consecration to Virgin Mary

On August 6, 1875, Gabriel García Moreno, President of Ecuador, was assassinated in Quito. The assassins were fanatical anti-Catholics upset by the pro-Catholic policies of the President, particularly by the fact that he had publicly consecrated Ecuador to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Happily, matters today are more often solved through courts than through assassinations, […]