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Nation
Judy Roberts
Preventive actions include skipping the sign of peace or exchanging only verbal greetings and offering the Eucharist only in the form of hosts — and advising sick parishioners to stay home.
Nation
Joseph Pronechen
Asserting that key evidence indicating the bishop wanted his body to stay in New York was disregarded, the state’s Supreme Court Appellate Division instructed a lower court to rehear the matter.
Nation
CNA/EWTN News
College president Father John Jenkins has now taken issue with the range of drugs, including abortifacients, covered under the third-party provider.
Nation
Joan Frawley Desmond
Reacting to an emergency alert that mistakenly warned of an imminent attack, Bishop Larry Silva of Honolulu, Hawaii, aided his flock, following Church teaching for dire times.
Nation
CNA/EWTN News
Denver archbishop: ‘We ask for the prayers of Blessed Paul VI... for handing on and living according to the teachings of Christ in the world today.’
Nation
CNA/EWTN News
We must become ‘new men,’ Philadelphia shepherd says at Phoenix men’s conference.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
The world is one accident away from provoking a global conflict, according to Pope Francis.
Nation
Joan Frawley Desmond
NEWS ANALYSIS: Alex Azar, the president’s new point man on health care could shape the debate on conscience protections and the contraception mandate, drug prices and opioid abuse.
Nation
Courtney Grogan/CNA/EWTN News
The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act failed Jan. 29, after more than three hours of debate. The motion failed to pass by a vote of 51-46.
Nation
Judy Roberts
Rep. Marcy Kaptur shocked fellow lawmakers when she said the way a woman dresses could be an invitation to sexual harassment.
Culture of Life
Perry West/CNA/EWTN News
Thousands gathered in Los Angeles on Saturday for a rally and march supporting the dignity of every human life.
Culture of Life
Judy Roberts
On Feb. 17-18, the Archdiocese of New Orleans will inaugurate a new program to alert parents, educators and clergy about the harm posed by explicitly sexual material and arm them with protective tools.
Culture of Life
Brian Fraga
The new office will help protect health care workers who refuse to be involved with abortions and other procedures on religious or moral grounds.
Culture of Life
CNA/EWTN News
The legislation needs 60 votes to pass through the Senate.
Culture of Life
CNA/EWTN News
The commander in chief praised the pro-life movement’s support for pregnant women and dignity of human life in his live remarks Friday.
Culture of Life
CNA/EWTN News
The New York shepherd delivered the homily at the Jan. 18 Mass of the ‘Vigil for Life’ in Washington, D.C.
Nation
Brian Fraga
Even though there is broad bipartisan support for the CHIP program, which the U.S. bishops strongly back, its federal funding remained in limbo this week.
Culture of Life
Peter Jesserer Smith
Preview of the the 45th-annual march and how people committed to standing up for the unborn are reaching out to one another.
Culture of Life
CNA/EWTN News
White House confirmed live-video appearance on Wednesday.
Nation
Joan Frawley Desmond
Father Lawrence Seyer, pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Montecito, deplores the latest loss of life from the floods and mudslides, exacerbated by the recent wildfire.
Culture of Life
Peter Jesserer Smith
The Marine Corps infantry veteran and advocate against assisted suicide died just before the new year.
Editorial
The Editors
EDITORIAL: Pro-life work requires the support of every Catholic, whether we live in blue or red states.
Nation
Jim Graves
Roy Rohter, a renowned benefactor of Catholic education, died Jan. 9, in Montecito.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
Life-affirming alternatives struggle with technology and service gap due to private investors stepping up their support for Planned Parenthood.
Nation
Brian Fraga
The state’s Republican governor, Bruce Rauner, reneged on an earlier promise to veto the law that will require Illinois taxpayers to pay for thousands of abortions annually.
Nation
Joan Frawley Desmond
In the wake of Magnum Principium’s changes to the process for approving liturgical translations, the U.S. bishops are charting a careful path forward.
Nation
Sabrina Arena Ferrisi
In Colorado, negative consequences far outweigh positive ones, according to Catholic analysts.
Culture of Life
Judy Roberts
Leaving the Church in ‘protest’ against perceived problems isn’t a Catholic option, former Protestants explain.
Culture of Life
Joseph Pronechen
Last month, Pope Francis recognized the heroic virtue of ‘The Rosary Priest.’
Nation
Nicholas Wolfram Smith
Republican-majority Congress passes the first tax reform in 30 years.