COMMENTARY: The natural law is not only a basis for personal freedom and fulfillment, but also for social cohesion. It should not be displaced.
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REGISTER BOOK PICK: The Unbroken Thread: Discovering the Wisdom of Tradition in an Age of Chaos
Ontario is one of three Canadian provinces— the others being Alberta and Saskatchewan— that fully fund Catholic school systems with taxpayer money.
The Easter Season is here, and Catholic families are trying to get the most out of the season, especially as we emerge slowly out of the pandemic. This week on Register Radio, we are joined by Catholic vlogger and Catholic family expert Erika Ahern on her Easter Octave Guide for Catholic Families and her advice for safeguarding families from relativism and secularism. And then, we talk to Register editor Alyssa Murphy who gives a round-up of not-to-miss stories at ncregister.com.
Archbishop Gallagher lamented that Catholics in the West today seem to be more timid to share their faith in public, but said he has “hope and faith.”
Archbishop Gomez, the president of the U.S. bishops’ conference, delivered his remarks virtually on Thursday for Minnesota’s “Catholics at the Capitol” Day, hosted by the state’s Catholic conference.
In an interview with Raymond Arroyo, host of the World Over on EWTN, former Anglican bishop speaks about what compelled him to Catholicism and what threats Christianity faces today.