How did Theodore McCarrick make it to the helm, becoming a leading bishop and a prince of the Church? His journey and thirst for positions, power, and ambition is quite remarkable: from his 1977 appointment […]
CNA Staff, Nov 17, 2020 / 07:00 am (CNA).- A Polish Catholic university rejected Saturday claims that St. John Paul II failed to combat clerical abuse.
The rector’s college of the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin said Nov. 14 that the … […]
The long awaited McCarrick Report – or to give it its full, gloriously bureaucratic title, the Report of the Holy See’s Institutional Knowledge and Decision-Making Related to Former Cardinal Theodore Edgar McCarrick (1930 – 2017) […]
Those who imagined that the sliming of Cardinal George Pell would stop as of April 7, when a unanimous decision of the High Court of Australia acquitted him of “historical sexual abuse,” did not reckon […]
When Pakistan became an independent nation in 1947, religious minorities – including Christians, Hindus, and Sikhs – accounted for 23 percent of the population. They now account for less than 5 percent. With a population […]
Extra credit question: Name the author of this admonition about the insecure cultural foundations and potentially perilous future of the American republic — “Seeds of dissolution were already present in the ancient heritage as it reached […]
Are those with profound cognitive impairments still human persons? The question is surprisingly contentious. The controversial Professor of Bioethics at Princeton, Peter Singer, for example, answers “No” in his book Practical Ethics: There are many beings […]