Wisconsin Priest Stripped of Faculty to Hear Confessions After He Advocated Violating That Sacrament in Sex-Abuse Cases
‘Santiago: The Camino Within’: Inner Journeys of the Heart as Pilgrims Walk in the Steps of St. James
Pope Francis Puts a Priest, 3 Religious Women and 2 Laywomen on Path for Sainthood
Living the New Evangelization in Old Bavaria
Notre Dame ‘Abortion Doula’ Talk was Unworthy of Catholic University, Local Bishop Laments
Prosecutors Drop Case of Alleged ‘Cover Up’ Against Benedict XVI
The Anti-Synod: Flawed Theology, Intimidation Tactics and Downright Disobedience Define Germany’s Synodal Way
Exiles Describe Nicaragua Regime’s ‘Unholy War Against the Catholic Church’ at Congressional Hearing
Among those to testify March 22 was Juan Sebastian Chamorro, a former presidential candidate opposed to the Ortega regime who detailed his arrest and imprisonment.
Archbishop Gomez to Lead 6-Mile Eucharistic Procession Through Los Angeles
The March 25 procession will go from a historic mission church, 3 miles down a main road to another parish, and back.
US Bishops: Human Composting and Alkaline Hydrolysis Disrespect the Human Body
The USCCB reiterates the Church’s preference for burial of the deceased and stating that newer methods do not show respect for the human body.
Local Chinese Authorities Order Parents at School to Sign Pledge Renouncing Their Faith
The order came from Chinese Communist Party officials in the Longwan district of the city of Wenzhou, according to ChinaAid.
What to Know About Contraceptives, Breast Cancer Risk, and ‘Informed Choice’
In high-income countries, five years of use of combined or progestogen-only contraceptives has a 15-year ‘excess risk’ of breast cancer dependent on age, according to researchers.
We Are Lazarus; We Are Martha and Mary: How the Lord Raises Us to New Life
User’s Guide to the Fifth Sunday of Lent