U.S. and Canadian Bishops Join Vatican’s Condemnation of Colonialist ‘Doctrine of Discovery’
Vatican’s Liturgy Czar Rejects German Church’s Plans for Laity to Preach Homilies, Conduct Baptisms
Tabernacle Stolen From Murdered Bishop David O’Connell’s Residence
Vatican: ‘Doctrine of Discovery’ is Not Catholic Teaching
Cardinal O’Malley ‘Surprised, Disappointed’ by Abuse Expert’s Criticism of Vatican Commission
Shia LaBeouf Stars in ‘Padre Pio’ Film to Be Released June 2
‘Caritas in Veritate,’ ‘Fratelli Tutti’ and the Current Banking Turmoil
Tuesday’s Wisconsin Supreme Court Election Could Determine Future of State Abortion Ban
In a Feb. 14 newsletter, the Wisconsin Catholic Conference noted the upcoming 2023 spring primary election and reminded voters that as Catholics, ‘we are called to form our consciences in light of Church teaching.’
Spanish Bishops Deliver Six Volumes of Information on Sex Abuse Cases to Ombudsman
In Spain there are more than 200 offices dedicated to the protection of minors and the prevention of abuse run by dioceses, religious congregations, and lay movements.
UPDATE: Pope Francis Has Bronchitis But Is Resting and Improving, Vatican Says
This update comes after Holy See said mid-Thursday that the Pope ‘rested well overnight’ and that ‘the clinical picture is progressively improving.’
Witnesses Tell House Panel That Speech is Being Silenced on College Campuses
Manhattan Institute scholar Ilya Shapiro and Stanford sophomore Josiah Joner were among the four witnesses who testified before the Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Development.
Meet the New President of the European Bishops’ Commission
Bishop Crociata told EWTN News after his election that he was feeling a little intimidated by the new responsibility.
Bishops Lament ‘Terrible Tragedy’ That Left at Least 38 Migrants Dead in Mexico
A fire occurred in the lodging area of the temporary residence of Chihuahua. So far, 38 deaths and 29 injuries have been reported.