Results from Tag: 'archbishop salvatore cordileone'

Bishop Clemens August Graf von Galen, “the Lion of Münster,” was beatified in 2005 for breaking the silence of the German episcopate and “weaponizing” his homilies against the Nazis before and during World War II.

What Are They So Afraid Of?

Until the issue of Holy Communion for pro-abortion politicians gets resolved, the faithful are left to wonder if the Church is entirely serious about upholding the truth of her teaching.

Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone kneels before the monstrance at a June 17, 2021, Holy Hour.

Archbishop Cordileone and the Pelosi Letter (May 28)

On May 20, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone made the bold pastoral move to notify House Speaker Nancy Pelosi she would not be permitted to receive the Holy Eucharist in the San Francisco archdiocese until she publicly recants her support for abortion. How will this action reverberate beyond Pelosi? Register Senior Editor Jonathan Liedl brings us the story. Then, in light of the Solemnity of the Ascension, we turn to another question: Were the disciples sad when Christ ascended into Heaven? On this topic, Register blogger John Clark has some insights to share.