Among those who will be memorialized in the National Garden of American Heroes include St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the first American saint; St. Katharine Drexel, the first born-U.S. citizen to be canonized; St. John Neumann; and St. Junipero Serra, the first saint canonized on U.S. soil.
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Discussions ahead of the impeachment vote focused on the dangers of division and of dangerous rhetoric
On the traditional feast of the Epiphany — a solemnity of peace and love — men and women rejected God-given reason and revelation and disgraced a nation.
The storming of the Capitol was met by widespread responses of condemnation, even from many who once supported Trump.
In Election’s Aftermath, Catholics Engaged in Political Battle Urged Not to Lose the Fight for Holiness
In the wake of an acrimonious battle, the faithful are encouraged to focus on the eternal.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Joe Biden, whose globalist, humanitarian and politically liberal vision finds sympathizers in the Vatican, had been quick on the campaign trail to use Pope Francis’ words, despite the politician’s dissent from Catholic teaching on abortion and marriage.
In the event of a Democratic victory in both the White House and the Senate, it would give the party rare control of both Congress and the executive branch and trigger action on a slew of legislative action on a variety of issues, from climate change to immigration.
Barrett’s name is once again in consideration, as President Trump said he would announce on Saturday his nominee to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg,
The prefect emeritus of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith tells the Register that the Catholic Church must not only demand freedom of religion, she must also take up the task of demanding and promoting that politics be given a moral basis.