Results from Tag: 'edward pentin'

The US Supreme Court Building in Washington, DC (l) and St. Peter's Basilica

Politics in Church and State: The Synod and US Midterms (Oct. 22)

Pope Francis has decided to extend the Synod on Synodality to October 2024. His announcement on Oct. 16 included his decision to divide the Synod of Bishops into two sessions that will meet in Rome in October 2023 and October 2024. Register Rome correspondent Edward Pentin joins us with analysis of this news. Then EWTN Legal Analyst Andrea Picciotti-Bayer joins us to discuss the new term at the U.S. Supreme Court and cases Catholics should watch. She’ll also highlight how religious liberty is in the crosshairs of midterm election campaigns.

Prince Charles speaks with Pope Francis on Oct. 13, 2019, the day of canonization for St. John Henry Newman, in Vatican City, Vatican.

The Religion of King Charles III

NEWS ANALYSIS: Now formally the supreme governor of the Church of England, the new monarch has previously demonstrated an esteem for the Catholic Church, but the substance of his personal faith is somewhat uncertain.

Jacopo Vignali, “Pentecost,” 1648

Pentecost Sunday and the New Cardinals (June 4)

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.