COMMENTARY: The pope emeritus’ July 11 message reminded all listeners why Benedict XVI remains without literary peer among Catholic preachers and theologians.
Salesian Father Tom Uzhunnalil’s relatives and friends are heartened by last week’s disclosure by Yemen’s deputy prime minister.
The Princeton professor, a leading voice for civil discourse, discusses the polarized state of America.
COMMENTARY: Part of a Register Symposium
On Tuesday, she voiced her commitment to fight human trafficking and promote human rights and religious freedom.
COMMENTARY in response to La Civiltà Cattolica
Recent article is seriously flawed in its presentation of religion in public life, U.S. experts said.
Daniel Mattson, author of Why I Don’t Call Myself Gay, tells the Register how he found freedom, peace and joy by living according to Church teaching.
COMMENTARY: It’s the faithful, not the rubrics, which determine the fruitfulness of a liturgy, extraordinary or otherwise.