COMMENTARY: Without the priest, there is no Eucharist, and without the Eucharist, there is no Church.
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Among the priests ordained this year in the U.S., 22% are Latinos, though the figure is still considerably lower than the overall proportion of U.S. Catholics who are Latino.
“We will continue to diminish in number,” Pope Francis said to seven members of the Jesuits serving in Greece. “This situation is common to many religious orders and congregations.”
The keys to renewal are stronger marriages and authentically Catholic schools.
The weatherman says his friends and family are “through-the-roof excited” — but “not surprised one bit” — at his decision.
During an interview ahead of Memorial Day 2021, Archbishop Broglio said the “first thing” George Washington asked for “when he accepted his commission as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army was that there be chaplains."
The manifesto points to examples of influential women in the Church, like St. Catherine of Siena and St. Joan of Arc.
“Ecclesial communion is … characterized by a diversity and a complementarity of vocations and states in life … Because of this diversity and complementarity every member of the lay faithful is seen in relation to the whole body and offers a totally unique contribution on behalf of the whole body.” —Pope St. John Paul II