Ceremonies blessing same-sex unions by German Catholic priests this week represent a challenge to the Vatican from which it dare not shrink.
In-person worship is essential and necessary. If you can go to the grocery store, work, and school, you can certainly go to church. And you should.
Archbishop Cupich seems more interested in leftist virtue signaling, closing churches, and covering for child rapists than he is in spreading Catholicism in Chicago.
Most bishops now less resemble the apostles and more the Pharisees and Sadducees, trading moral and spiritual authority for worldly prestige and wealth.
The Church is elevating Clinton, who vocally advocates for a practice that harms mothers and kills innocent children, as an authority on the “soul.”
After a century of perhaps the worst Christian persecutions in the history of the church, how do we find ourselves in a situation where Catholic priests are now persecuting the faithful?
The Archdiocese of Washington has seen fit to set aside millions of dollars for a man known for wasting egregious sums and for perpetuating sexual abuse.
Cardinal Robert Sarah’s departure invites suspicions of a continuing purge by Pope Francis of opponents to his project.
Church leaders now must make a choice: Either condemn Joe Biden’s pro-abortion governance or become complicit in the president’s scandalous support of abortion.
Political operatives are now attempting to flip the script on what it means to be a follower of Christ and are moving to disqualify morality right along with it.
As our nation wrestles with challenging issues, anti-religious rioters and officeholders are forgetting that successful social movements don’t attack religion. Rather, they are usually rooted in it.
We should demand that our pastors mark the Nativity with pomp and refuse to support churches whose leaders cower behind the lie that church is nonessential.
In light of both the disastrous human rights situation in China and a sex predator’s dubious involvement in the Sino-Vatican accord, it’s time for the Vatican to come clean about Cardinal McCarrick’s role.
The pope’s series of doctrinally dubious statements, along with his questionable politics, have left faithful Catholics somewhere between scratching their heads and banging their heads against a wall.
Father James Altman joins Senior Editor Christopher Bedford and Political Editor John Daniel Davidson to discuss why church leaders must boldy speak truth.
It’s ironic Joan Walsh takes offense at Barrett’s moral beliefs being associated with Catholicism when those very beliefs constitute core teachings of the Catholic faith.
Joe Biden is a pro-choice Democrat, but does he believe abortion is immoral? Voters should know.
Catholics who value their liberty will work to keep Biden and Harris — their betrayer and their persecutor — away from the White House.
Biden’s faith has been celebrated, but potential SCOTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett is already facing questions and criticism about her faith in the exact same religion.
Bishops must take a stand, not a knee, and unanimously condemn the attacks against Christianity, and the Marxist, anti-Catholic vitriol that Black Lives Matter has been relying on to foment this seething hatred.
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