COMMENTARY: We are called to worship God and unite all our works, joys and sufferings with Christ’s perfect act of self-giving love. And we do that most fully in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
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‘First Things’ published the San Francisco shepherd’s paragraph-by-paragraph response to the ‘statement of principles.’
Jesuit Father Robert McTeigue’s Radio Apostolate: Faithfully Proclaiming Christ in a Cancel Culture Context
‘The Catholic Current’ is breathing fresh air into a media milieu rife with click-bait headlines and sensationalized content.
Biden, who is the second Catholic U.S. president, has pushed for taxpayer-funded abortion while his administration seeks to deregulate medical abortions and to fund international pro-abortion groups.
As the U.S. bishops discuss drafting a formal statement on the Eucharist, David Spesia, Executive Director of Evangelization and Catechesis for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, expounds upon the need to strengthen our understanding of the Real Presence.
‘I am firmly convinced that emerging from the pandemic, we need to be a Church that proclaims, with conviction, the basic kerygma and the Person of Jesus Christ,’ Archbishop Christophe Pierre said June 16.
The President's entourage had originally requested for President Biden to attend Mass with the Pope early in the morning, but the proposal was nixed by the Vatican
The conference will consider not only a teaching document on the Eucharist, but will hear a presentation on a potentially far more significant undertaking: a three-year Eucharistic Revival initiative.
Catholics must speak with clarity and integrity against laws and institutions that attack human life, and about the conditions necessary to receive Holy Communion well.
Frankfurt’s Cathedral of St. Bartholomew served as the site where Catholics and Protestants defied Church teaching against shared communion.