Election workers prepare ballots Friday at the Los Angeles County Registrar vote-by-mail operation center in City of Industry, California, for the Nov. 8 midterm election.
Election workers prepare ballots Friday at the Los Angeles County Registrar vote-by-mail operation center in City of Industry, California, for the Nov. 8 midterm election. (photo: Robyn Beck / AFP via Getty Images)

The Latest on the Midterms and the Synod (Nov. 5)

As Election Day Approaches, many Catholics have joined EWTN in praying a Marian Novena for Our Nation. At the Register we are praying as well as continuing to cover the important issues at play in the midterms. The Register’s National Correspondent Lauretta Brown joins us from Washington. And then Senior Editor Jonathan Liedl talks about the latest on the Synod on Synodality, including what’s in the working document and who will represent the U.S. in the continental phase.

A genuinely Catholic approach to baptism sees salvation as something communal and embodied.

Water Is Thicker Than Blood

COMMENTARY: Our baptism into Christ’s passion and death purifies our political passions and saves us from deadly idolatry.

As part of Jewish-Christian dialogue, a joint concert was given on Sept. 4, 2021, in the Dohány Street Synagogue by the Solti Chamber Orchestra in Budapest. Hungary.

US Bishops Express Outrage at Increase in Antisemitic Attacks

The statement was issued on the 60th anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s encyclical ‘Nostrae Aetate,’ which made clear the Church’s condemnation of hatred and violence against Judaism, beginning a new era of understanding and cooperation between the two faiths.