Commentary
Matthew E. Bunson
COMMENTARY: Despite disagreement surrounding some of its prudential judgments, Pope Paul VI’s encyclical has proven a lasting source of papal reflection and action.
Nation
Matt Hadro/CNA/EWTN News
Catholic bishops and leaders continue to work and pray for other scheduled execution sentences to be stayed.
World
Matt Hadro/CNA/EWTN News
‘Under Caesar’s Sword’ was just released from the University of Notre Dame.
Vatican
Elise Harris/CNA/EWTN News
Francis offered a special April 22 liturgy in the Basilica of St. Bartholomew.
Culture of Life
Emily Stimpson Chapman
Evangelizing effort for female hearts is producing good fruit.
Culture of Life
Joanna Bogle
Pro-Life Parliamentarian Has a Sense of History
Commentary
Donald DeMarco
COMMENTARY: Freedom that rejects virtue is really enslavement.
Books
Charles Lewis
COMMENTARY on THE LION OF MÜNSTER
In Person
Edward Pentin
Canadian theologian Douglas Farrow explains why clarity is necessary, regarding the controversial content of Amoris Laetitia.
Blogs
Carrie Gress
“I don’t deny that the Immaculate receives the mercy from the Lord God, but she is the personification of this ‘divine mercy’ and that is why a soul is converted and sanctified if it turns to her.” —St. Maximilian Kolbe
Edward Sri
COMMENTARY: Part IV of a Register series on moral relativism.
Steven D. Greydanus
Franco Zeffirelli’s religious epic remains an essential, if imperfect, landmark.
Glenn Stanton
The Wall Street Journal said this is the first time Target sales have fallen at their more established stores in two years and that further declines can be expected.