It is the Church’s hope and desire that her celibate clergy (and her consecrated religious, too) would show forth to the world, in a unique […]
Pope Paul VI stood firm in the midst of the moral permissiveness which came under the guise of “freedom” in the 1960s, and boldly proclaimed […]
“As I explain in several essays in the book,” says George Weigel about The Fragility of Order: Catholic Reflections on Turbulent Times, “our politics are […]
If Ireland votes to legalize abortion on Friday, this would be a defeat not only for the Irish pro-life movement, but also for pro-lifers across […]
The tragic impasse that exists in our culture on the issue of homosexuality stems from two errors. […]
Pope Francis’ decision to create the new memorial of Mary, Mater Ecclesiae on Pentecost Monday is a fulfillment of Blessed Paul VI’s devotion to Mary […]
Mary prays in the heart of the Apostolic Church on Pentecost, “The Birthday of the Church” (Acts 1:12-14).
The Holy Father often says the right things: he grabs the headlines and starts out well enough, but he does not follow through. […]