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Gerald J. Russello
COMMENTARY: The newest justice didn’t ‘side with the liberals’ in Sessions v. Dimaya. He, along with his predecessor, concurs on the ‘vagueness doctrine.’
Two priests have been placed on leave from their duties after a recent wave of accusations of sexual abuse against priests in the Saginaw Diocese.
Anian Christoph Wimmer/CNA/EWTN News
Official says move shows commitment to Bavarian identity and Christian values.
Cardinal, prime minister join citizens in condolences.
Christine Rousselle/CNA/EWTN News
Assembly Bill 2943, which passed through the California State Assembly April 19, would ban advertising or engaging in sexual orientation change efforts unlawful. The bill now will go to the California State Senate.
Peter Jesserer Smith
Drawing from the Catholic principle of subsidiarity, the outgoing speaker of the House says breaking the cycle of dependency requires the federal government to support customized solutions developed at the local level.
Elise Harris/CNA/EWTN News
Pope Francis’ commission for the protection of minors met in Rome last week.
ACI Prensa
Twenty-three priests have been murdered in the country in the last six years.
Edward Pentin
On the day the hospital wanted to remove his life support against his parent’s wishes, the Italian government grants the 23-month old toddler Italian citizenship to allow him immediate alternative care, but UK judge rejects all efforts to save him.
Hudson Byblow
Fr. James Martin speaks about building bridges, but he does not seem to be interested in building bridges to people like me
Celeste Behe
Commentator looks at this papacy in his new book, To Change the Church.
Christopher Carstens
COMMENTARY: When receiving Jesus at Communion, recall the awesome insight of St. John Paul II’s encyclical.
Joan Frawley Desmond
ANALYSIS: The prophetic nature of Pope Paul VI’s encyclical was on display at a recent symposium hosted by The Catholic University of America.