In the fourth century, St. Ambrose of Milan spoke truth to power. U.S. bishops could learn something from him.
In many ways, the situation in the Catholic Church mirrors the situation of the conservative movement, which is why this story should interest non-Catholics.
A this-world agenda displaced Christianity’s distinctive mission: cultivation of a higher understanding of the purposes of life.
Anti-Christian terrorists have turned their rage on poor First Nation and Canadian communities, accused us all of blood debt, and decided they will burn our sacred buildings to the ground.
It’s no wonder the left and its defenders and scribes in corporate media don’t understand Catholicism. Through the lens of American politics, how could they?
The U.S. bishops’ vote won’t ‘deny’ anyone communion. It will seek, instead, to educate American Catholics about the meaning of the Holy Eucharist.
The basic John Kennedy story says his speech on religious tolerance was a great step for Catholics in America. It’s a very nice story; too bad it isn’t true.
When churches are desecrated and believers are humiliated, politicians and the media lick their fingers, put them in the air, and decide to keep quiet.
The same homilies that made a local priest in a beaten-down part of western Wisconsin an international draw also attracted attacks from the city’s left-wing newspaper.
Corporate media are having a hard time grasping what’s at stake in a debate among U.S. Catholic bishops about Biden’s stance on abortion.
Archbishop Cupich seems more interested in leftist virtue signaling, closing churches, and covering for child rapists than he is in spreading Catholicism in Chicago.
According to the Equality Act, religious nurses, doctors, and hospitals unwilling to kill an unborn child or perform a sex-change surgery could be legally discriminating.
Trump’s proclamation honoring the famous saint and martyr is a stark reminder that religious liberty is under threat by Democrats.
Through 2020’s disease, uncertainty, government power over religion, and attacks on saints and churches, our bishops have chosen the path of secular popularity, closing their doors and politely nodding along with the elites.
Party loyalty runs so deep — and is connected to so many past battles — voters struggle with an identity crisis when confronted with the reality that the Democratic Party has long left Mass-attending Catholic workers behind.
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.
Bigotry against Catholics is nothing new in America. What’s new is Democrats’ wholesale embrace of it, which we might see play out in primetime.
It is unconscionable for a U.S. senator to suggest that a person’s religion should disqualify him from public service. Kamala Harris has repeatedly done so.
While those who tend to our physical health, who work our grocery stores, who answer their call to duty are so often lauded as noble front-line workers, our country shames a priest working to save our souls.
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