COMMENTARY: Bishops and dioceses must answer the phone calls of victims, meet with them, hear their stories and empathize with them. That is not too much to ask.
COMMENTARY: Bishops need to make themselves daily guests in the living rooms (or prayer spaces) of their flock.
COMMENTARY: A Catholic campus should offer truth scientifically, psychologically, sociologically and theologically.
COMMENTARY: There is a segment of Catholicism that is virtually immovable in their commitment to the faith.
BOOK PICK: The Priests We Need to Save the Church
COMMENTARY: We must be those who stand up for God and his Church and let no one drive us away from that without which we cannot live and breathe.
COMMENTARY: We can’t let the dismal scandal we are living through weaken our faith.
BOOK PICK: Self-Gift: Essays on Humanae Vitae and the Thought of John Paul II
Professor has cemented her national and international reputation as a staunch supporter of Paul VI’s encyclical.
COMMENTARY: There is a synergy among these institutes that may unfortunately change should any one of them take on a ‘different direction.’
The Catholic apostolate’s first international conference, held this month in Michigan, offered perspectives on how to best accompany families that include persons with homosexual tendencies.
Catholic seminaries have improved overall in educating priests, but more is needed to assist them in facing complex pastoral questions.
Some background on why the Church — and Catholic employers — are resisting the HHS contraceptive mandate.
Embrace the spiritual calling of your academic vocation, Cardinal Wuerl tells a Washington gathering.
'Light of the World' takes us into the life and mind of Benedict XVI.