A NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER: It is not primarily a question of whether or not Joe Biden or Nancy Pelosi or any other politician should receive Holy Communion. It poses a question of truth and fidelity each and every communicant needs to ask themselves, each and every time they present themselves to receive the Sacred Host.
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Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith Highlights Doctrinal Note on Catholics in Politics in Letter to US Bishops on Eucharistic Coherence
“The bishops should affirm ... that ‘those who are directly involved in lawmaking bodies have a grave and clear obligation to oppose any law that attacks human life,’” the prefect of the CDF wrote.
Archbishop Cordileone Explains His Stance Toward Abortion-Supporting Politicians: ‘I’m Trying to Save Souls’
Speaking with the Register, San Francisco’s shepherd discusses his new pastoral letter on abortion, reception of Communion, and the actions of Catholics in public life.
Holy writings shed blessed light on the Eucharist and the Holy Sacrifice.
‘When Jesus draws near to us, he fills us with joy,’ the Holy Father said April 18.
Excerpts from ‘Parousia: The Bible and the Mass’ from the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology
The fifth of several reflections on St. Joseph by Father Raymond de Souza for your Holy Week contemplations.
The working group, formed in November, met twice and produced two recommendations by the end of the year 2020.
COVID is a challenge to Catholicism’s sacramental theology — but it’s also an opportunity to promote traditional Eucharistic devotions.
The office of San Francisco's mayor announced Sept. 29 that places of worship will be permitted to hold services indoors at 25% capacity, up to 100 people, beginning Sept. 30.