'Transabled', Love, Tolerance, and the Making of Distinctions, and Much More!

The Best in Catholic Blogging

‘Transabled’ by Chelsea Zimmerman of Ignitum Today - Big Pulpit

Love, Tolerance, and the Making of Distinctions – Father Robert Barron, The CWR Blog

A Catholic Version of Success – Patti Maguire Armstrong, Catholic Stand

There Is a Fundamental Right to Marriage, and We Must Preserve It - Adam J. MacLeod PhD

Do Not Support Mary’s Way Worldwide Apostolate by Kathy Schiffer of Seasons of Grace - Big Pulpit

How Do We Tackle Popular Myths About Marriage? - The CWR Blog

11 Great Catholic Scientists - Constance Hull, Epic Pew

The Hounding of Cardinal Pell: Things Australia’s Media Don’t Want You to Know - Damian Thompson

A Gift of Converting Others to Catholicism: Father C. John McCloskey – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Now, the Kasper Theory of Democracy? - George Weigel, The Catholic Difference

On Evangelium Vitae and Star Wars – Cristina Montes, Ignitum Today

The Language of Retreat – Father Mark A. Pilon, The Catholic Thing

A World Without Consequences – Mitchell Kalpakgian PhD, Truth and Charity Forum

The Way Forward: Accommodation or Proclamation? – Russell Shaw, The CWR Blog

For the Most Recent in 'The Best in Catholic Blogging' click on Big Pulpit.

Follow 'The Best in Catholic Blogging' on facebook and twitter.

Cardinal George Pell at the annual Eucharistic procession at the Angelicum in Rome, May 13, 2021.

Cardinal Pell Leads Eucharistic Procession in Rome

Marking the feast day of Our Lady of Fatima, The event began with a reflection by the 79-year-old Australian cardinal at the Angelicum’s Church of Sts. Dominic and Sixtus, one of Rome’s titular churches assigned to cardinals.

Pope Francis greets a crowd of an estimated 25,000 people gathered in St. Peter's Square in Rome for his Regina Caeli address on May 22.

Pope Francis: Ask the Lord for the Gift of Peace

‘The more we feel our hearts are agitated, the more we sense we are nervous, impatient, angry inside, the more we need to ask the Lord for the Spirit of peace,’ he said. He also spoke of the dignity of life: ‘Life is a gift from God!’