COMMENTARY: At a time in which Catholics are being summoned to live our faith with greater courage and charity, this spiritual son of the French saint provides a great example and, we pray, will become a much-sought intercessor.
COMMENTARY: The sign advertising ‘Mass and the Cross’ is the most fitting and ultimately effective way to respond to the events of 9/11.
COMMENTARY: Pope Francis has repeatedly and emphatically spoken out against gender ideology. And Virginia Bishop Michael Burbidge’s Aug. 12 pastoral letter on gender dysphoria models truth in charity and authentic mercy.
COMMENTARY: We’re living at a time in which probably no part of Catholic faith and life is as caricatured, contradicted, criticized, condemned, calumniated and contravened as Catholic teaching about chastity.
The Larger Themes of ‘Traditionis Custodes’ and ‘Summorum Pontificum’: Fostering Liturgical Communion and Love
COMMENTARY: If we recognize the Mass for what it is, isn’t the reality of what occurs infinitely more important than the valid form of the Mass by which the Son of God becomes present?
COMMENTARY: Without the help of cannonballs and orthopedic surgeons, why can’t we do, why shouldn’t we do, what he has done?
COMMENTARY: It’s highly significant that Pope Francis has established the ‘World Day of Grandparents and the Elderly’ to be celebrated every year on the fourth Sunday of July.
Walking through New York City in the footsteps of saints celebrated and unknown, we are strengthened for the pilgrimage of life.
COMMENTARY: The ‘ultimate and definitive dimension’ of our human life, however, is precisely what is obscured by gender ideology and by the redefinition of marriage.