Catholic principles of ordinary and extraordinary means of preserving life can aid society’s approach to pandemic, the Illinois bishop says in a recent essay.
On the occasion of the republishing of his historical inquiry on the passion and death of Jesus, Vittorio Messori reaffirms the urgency of announcing the truth of Christianity to a secularized modern world.
Father Matthew Hood looks back on the sequence of events as surreal, but also divinely orchestrated.
Chip Beck has holy hopes of liberty and justice for all.
Chart-topping musician opens up about the loss of his son and his subsequent journey into the Church.
Chorbishop Felix Dawood Al Shabi, who will take office as bishop of Zakho as soon as Covid-19 restrictions allow, discusses the challenges presented by his new mission in a strategic area of Iraqi Kurdistan.
Father John Killackey discusses with the Register a photo that went viral of him walking in his cassock toward a terrible interstate accident where he gave the last rites to a truck driver.
Father Tomas Halik on how Soviet-occupied Czechoslovakia’s Catholic Church survived and came out stronger.