‘Memorial Day honors those brave women and men who proudly wore the uniform of our armed forces and made the ultimate sacrifices that have become the lifeblood of our republic,’ said Bishop David O’Connell of Trenton.
The May 7 letter, principally authored by Archbishop Carlo Vigano along with dozens of reported signatories, laments the stay-at-home orders issued to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, suggesting they are contrived mechanisms of social control that undercut religious freedom.
The “Ratzinger Schuelerkreis,” a group of theologians who are former students of the Pope Emeritus, published a statement at a symposium in Rome on “Recent Challenges of the Ordained Ministry in the Church.”
Texas newspapers published a three-part investigation into the Southern Baptist Convention, uncovering at least 700 cases.
Prelates speak out after deadly protests against Haiti’s president and the drowning deaths of at least 28 people in an illegal crossing to the Bahamas.
‘Our students were placed in a situation that was at once bizarre and even threatening,’ stated Bishop Roger Foys.
Bishop James Wall announced the decision in a new pastoral letter, saying the sacrament of Confirmation at a younger age will strengthen Catholic youth to live out heroic witness.
Office of Queens County District Attorney Richard cited the Reproductive Health Act as the reason for dropping the abortion charge.
Cardinal Walter Kasper released criticism of four-page public testimony of fellow cardinal.
Aboard the papal plane returning to Rome today, the Holy Father acknowledged that mistreatment and sexual abuse has occurred, and needs to be prevented.