In his first extended interview with a Catholic publication since his release, the Australian cardinal discusses what he recounts in his ‘Prison Journal,’ which will be published Dec. 16.
John Haas: Catholics Should Use Vaccines That Have Absolutely No Connection to Abortion, If Available
COMMENTARY: According to the Vatican, in cases of significant gravity Catholics may use some vaccines with connections to abortion without incurring moral guilt, while making known their opposition to how these vaccines were manufactured.
Dr. Bryan Thatcher assists holy souls in November through Eucharistic adoration.
Michelle Fischbach and Lisa McClain are part of the record-breaking number of 17 pro-life women who won election to the House of Representatives for the first time in 2020.
The Italian theologian explains that his new book seeks to show how all the faithful — laity and clergy alike — are to both teach and defend the truth of Catholic dogma.
Father John Lavers, who led a 2012 investigation into allegations of homosexual activity among seminarians at Holy Apostles Seminary, assesses the findings of the McCarrick Report
In the face of the recent terror attacks that hit France and Austria, Iraqi archbishop Najeeb Michaeel, recently nominated for the Sakharov Prize, says the Old Continent is guilty of laxity with regards to the advance of radical Islam.
Chad Cheramie Jr. finds peace of mind in silent adoration.
Author of ‘Glimmers of Grace: Moments of Peace and Healing Following Sexual Abuse’ speaks about her new book and about healing, why victims are often silent, and why she stayed Catholic.
Responding to Cardinal Parolin’s recent comments that appeared to downplay the existence of Christian persecution, Dalù says persecution is actually too gentle of a term for the dire current situation in China.