Happy Birthday, Church! Pentecost Sunday is here. And given current events, there is a need now more than ever to celebrate the Holy Spirit’s constant presence in the Catholic Church. To help us prepare for Pentecost we’ve invite Scripture Scholar John Bergsma back to Register Radio. And then, we catch up with Edward Pentin with insights on the new cardinals.
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The discovery of astronomers Father Gabriele Gionti and Father Matteo Galaverni ‘could spark a revolution in our understanding of the early universe.’
For 66 days in 2020, Alexandre Goodarzy and three colleagues with SOS Chrétien Orient were held captive.
Many national newspapers across Europe carried the story of the leaked draft opinion as front-page news, indicating the influence of U.S. policy on abortion laws on the continent.
During this Marian month of May, Immaculée Ilibagiza shares her powerful story of suffering and reminds us all to cling to the Blessed Mother in prayer, rosaries in hand.
The Holy Father has invited ‘the bishops of the whole world and their priests’ to join him in the prayer effort for peace.
Many Orthodox leaders have openly criticized Vladimir Putin’s decision to launch the war, in a contrast to Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill’s continuing tacit support.
Cardinal Willem Eijk, a medical doctor and a member of the academy, firmly rejected the support, saying assisted suicide and euthanasia both bear ‘the same moral responsibility’ in carrying out a termination of life.
The Maltese prelate has served as adjunct secretary at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith since 2018.