A Service of EWTN
Nation
Christine Rousselle/CNA
The theme was chosen because science is inherently pro-life, March for Life President Jeanne Mancini explained Oct. 18.
Nation
Catholic News Agency
Father Thomas Berg, of St. Joseph’s Seminary in New York, suggests in Washington Post column six ways the formation process could be changed.
Vatican
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Following Christ requires sacrifice, the Holy Father said, out of love.
World
Catholic News Agency
By Oct. 14, internet providers in the country had already blocked more than 25,000 websites.
Sunday Guide
Claire Dwyer
User’s Guide to Sunday, Oct. 21
In Person
Deborah Castellano Lubov
At the annual Assisi conference, Nigerian cardinal discusses current struggles among peoples and youth.
Nation
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA/EWTN News
The archbishop of Chicago said that if someone came forward with an accusation of sexual abuse, or there was a charge against him, he would welcome an investigation and would not stand in its way.
Vatican
Joan Frawley Desmond
Does the failure to act on reports of the disgraced ex-cardinal’s alleged sexual misconduct reflect problems with the Church’s process of appointing bishops, or were established practices ignored?
Books
Clare Walker
BOOK PICK: Further Up and Further In: Understanding Narnia
World
Celeste McGovern
Children and psychiatric patients appear to be next in line to be given the ‘right’ to be killed under Canada’s ‘medical assistance in dying’ protocols.
Paul Kengor
COMMENTARY: It seems more likely now that we are indeed facing, as Cardinal Karol Wojtyla said in 1976, the greatest historical confrontation humanity has gone through.
Steven D. Greydanus
Dean Cain heads a strong cast in a restrained police procedural and legal drama that indicts not just the notorious abortionist but also the system that shielded him from scrutiny. 
Msgr. Charles Pope
Yes, stay angry at sin and corruption — but let your anger take the form of holy perseverance, not unholy bitterness.