Over the past nine months, the Church has given the impression that the sacraments are not all that relevant and that we have little to offer during a crisis. We must never allow this to happen again.
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As the challenging year of 2020 finally comes to an end, we look back at this most memorable of years and look ahead to 2021. This week on Register Radio we talk to Register staff writer Peter Jesserer Smith and Register contributor Father Raymond DeSouza. What were the biggest stories in 2020? And what can we expect in the New Year?
The Vatican-based news agency, which was founded in 1927 and releases an annual list of murdered Church workers, explained that it used the term “missionary” to refer to “all the baptized engaged in the life of the Church who died in a violent way.”
If New York’s decision triggers other states to cancel their own primaries, it is entirely possible that Biden could arrive at the Democratic convention without a guarantee of the nomination.
A large majority of potential ordinands have reported frequent Eucharistic Adoration and previous experience as an altar server before entering seminary.
The Mass at Santo Spirito in Sassia, a short walk from St. Peter’s Basilica, marked the 20th liturgical anniversary of St. Faustina Kowalska’s canonization and the official institution of the feast of Divine Mercy Sunday by St. John Paul II.
Few of the Democratic candidates support restrictions on late-term abortions, and the majority have pledged to enshrine Roe v. Wade in federal law, appoint only pro-abortion judges, and advocate for abortion pills to be available without a prescription.
The Holy Father has pledged to publish the report on Theodore McCarrick early in the year.
Catholics bid farewell to 2019 and many look to the New Year with a mixture of anticipation and high suspense. It was a tumultuous 12 months. What were the biggest stories of the last year? This week on Register Radio we talk to Register Managing Editor Tom Wehner. And then we found out what might lie ahead in 2020 for the pro-life movement with Lauretta Brown, Register staff writer.