The Anti-Synod: Flawed Theology, Intimidation Tactics and Downright Disobedience Define Germany’s Synodal Way
COMMENTARY: The problems with the Synodal Way go far deeper than the controversial proposals it’s advanced.
Archbishop Blair to Pro-Lifers Ahead of March for Life Connecticut: Never Lose Hope Amid ‘This Vale of Tears’
‘Our indignation over the murder of millions of unborn children must never turn into an unholy anger,’ Archbishop Blair warned, challenging marchers to keep hope in this spiritual battle.
Naaman, the Nazarenes and the Germans
COMMENTARY: As the Scriptural Syrian found out, and the German bishops haven’t yet, pride is a supreme obstacle to faith in God.
Veronica’s Image and the True Mission of Jesus
COMMENTARY: Christ’s authenticity, reflected in the image on Veronica’s veil, should inspire that same authenticity to shine in us.
A Pontificate of Power
COMMENTARY: Contrary to the storyline pushed by papal courtier Austen Ivereigh and others, Pope Francis exercises authority in the manner of a Jesuit superior who, after hearing those he chooses to hear, makes his own decision.
Remembering the Historical Patrick
COMMENTARY: The flesh-and-blood saint from the fifth century tells his story in his own words.
Communicating the Truth in a Post-Truth World
A NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER: Sharing the Good News has become far more difficult in an era where feelings matter more than facts and secularized cultural elites see religion as a threat. But the Truth will always prevail.
Why You Should Go on a Retreat
COMMENTARY: Seek the blessings of a time of holy rest with Our Lord, for ‘There is no one gentler than God in revealing ourselves to ourselves.’ Every retreat we take is a kind of practice for what we will be doing for all of eternity: worshipping and resting in the Lord.
Praying for Bishop Álvarez
COMMENTARY: The Nicaraguan bishop is currently being held prisoner on trumped-up charges by the anti-Catholic Ortega regime.