Anti-Communist Hero Cardinal Mindszenty’s ‘Memoirs’ Republished in the US
The testimony of the former prince-primate of Hungary, declared a ‘Venerable’ of the Church in 2019, remains a model of resistance and defense of the Catholic faith in the face of 20th-century atheistic persecution.
Trinity Sunday: ‘Glory Be to the Father and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit’
User’s Guide to the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity
Bioethicist Luke Gormally: The ‘Gentle Giant’ Who Stood Up Against the Culture of Death
Gormally, who died at the end of April, was a towering pro-life figure in the English-speaking world for over half a century.
Soon-to-Be Priest: ‘I Can’t Wait to Get Started’
Deacon Zane Langenbrunner, who will be ordained to the priesthood June 3, says he was drawn to his vocation by ‘a love for Jesus in the Eucharist.’
Whose Reform? Which Catholicism?
BOOK REVIEW: A Review of Cardinal Gerhard Müller’s ‘True and False Reform’
Reclaiming a Place at the Table: The Ordinary Beauty of Sharing a Meal
LITURGICAL LIVING: SUMMER
PHOTOS: Discover 8 Beautiful Images of the Virgin Mary in St. Peter’s Basilica
‘Virtual tour’ for the feast of Mary, Mother of the Church
Father Emil Kapaun, Heroic Hometown Priest
Locals offer insights into Servant of God.