Since first announcing his presidential bid as a Democrat in April, his campaign has been characterized by attempts to appeal to voters.
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COMMENTARY: Catholics in the United States owe the one-term senator, who died at 100 years old, a tremendous debt of gratitude.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Dismissed by critics as representing only an extremist fringe, Meloni’s Brothers of Italy political party is now leading in polls taken ahead of the Sept. 25 national elections.
Croatia is a country of four million people bordering Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro. More than 86% of the population is Catholic.
Jesuit Father Robert McTeigue’s Radio Apostolate: Faithfully Proclaiming Christ in a Cancel Culture Context
‘The Catholic Current’ is breathing fresh air into a media milieu rife with click-bait headlines and sensationalized content.
Following the sometimes-contentious debate at their spring assembly, bishops have stepped forward to stress they are committed to continuing their dialogue and are moving forward in full unity with the Vatican.
Poll: Regular Mass Attendees Say Politicians Who Oppose Church Teaching on Grave Matters ‘Create Confusion’
Brian Burch, president of CatholicVote, said in a statement on Tuesday that “Catholic politicians who advocate for policies considered ‘gravely immoral’ create confusion and discord among believers.”
The Vatican’s statement, from Cardinal Luis Ladaria, exhorted the bishops to “serene” dialogue among themselves, to ensure that they “agree as a Conference that support of pro-choice legislation is not compatible with Catholic teaching.”