Weigel argues that “in many American parishes where the Extraordinary Form has been offered as well as the more common Ordinary Form, the unity of the Church has not been impaired."
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The papal biographer marked the May 18 anniversary in remarks to the Polish Bishops’ Conference.
The Church in Germany is called to follow revealed truth rather than the spirit of the times, George Weigel, biographer of St. John Paul II, has said in response to recent comments defending the “Synodal Way” made by the head of the German bishops’ conference.
BOOK PICK: Many of the lives highlighted in ‘Not Forgotten’ were friends of the great Catholic author and essayist, and many were those he simply had a deep admiration for.
Weigel argued that Archbishop Gomez releasing a statement on the inauguration was in keeping with the recommendations from the Working Group on Engaging the New Administration created by the bishops at their November 2020 meeting.
People of faith must lead with moral goodness to stave the republic from succumbing to the politics of despair fueling violent civil strife.
BOOK PICK: Based on his intimate conversations with three pontiffs, George Weigel explores The Next Pope: The Office of Peter and a Church in Mission.
COMMENTARY: There’s some time left for Americans who aren’t entombed in ideological silos to ponder the qualities they would like to see in a president of the United States.