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DC Archdiocesan Spokesman Hits ‘Send’ Button on Wrong Email, Mistakenly Gives Candid Response on Pelosi Communion Denial


Fr. Thomas Joseph White on the universe: ‘Not turtles all the way down, but Persons all the way down’...


Travel & Leisure says these are the most beautiful places in each of the 50 states — did they get it right for your state?


When souls like Nancy Pelosi’s hang in the balance, pastors like Archbishop Cordileone have an obligation to act...
J.D. Flynn
San Francisco’s Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone said Friday he would bar House Speaker Nancy Pelosi from receiving communion in her home diocese. Mrs. Pelosi, a Catholic, has been at the center of a Democratic push to codify abortion protections in federal law after a draft Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade leaked this month...


State Farm Insurance Launches Program to Distribute LGBTQ Books to Kindergartners, ‘Empowering Conversations With Children Age 5+’...


Without Mentioning Zen’s Arrest, Pope Francis Says He’s Praying for the Church in China...


Pope’s Sunday Regina Coeli: ‘Ask the Lord for the Spirit of Peace’...


‘The Dragon and the Beast’ — The Buffalo shooter, deep fakes and the Book of Revelation...
Elizabeth Scalia
I was nosing around through scripture last night and found myself looking at Revelation, a book that — thanks to the promptings of a dear old religious sister who was my spiritual advisor for a while — I have learned to love. I’d not read Chapters 12 or 13 in a while, and if you’re not familiar with them, this is where we get the bits about about the dragon and the beast — the dragon pursues The Woman...


Archbishop Cordileone teaches Pelosi and the world: If abortion is not wrong, then nothing is wrong...
Regis Martin
When Lady Astor first went to the Soviet Union back in 1931 in the hope of meeting Josef Stalin, she committed a cardinal breach of protocol by asking the dictator, “When are you going to stop killing people?” A perilous question, one would think, to put to someone who already had enough blood on his hands to rival Attila the Hun...


Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Communion Ban: 5 Key Takeaways...


The reactions to Cardinal Zen’s arrest were notable — and for different reasons...
Fr. Raymond de Souza
In the 10 days since Cardinal Joseph Zen was arrested in Hong Kong, interrogated for hours and then released on bail, pending charges, there have been a variety of reactions — on the global scale and my own. The Holy See Press Office noted the arrest of Cardinal Zen with “extreme attention.” The secretary of state, Cardinal Pietro Parolin...


Sigrid Undset saw modern man’s false hope, and became a Catholic...
David Mills
It’s a “This, not that” kind of convert story. Sigrid Undset entered the Church in 1924, having already become famous for the novel Kristin Lavransdatter, a profoundly Catholic story set in medieval Norway. She received the Nobel Prize in literature four years later. She told the story in an essay titled “Beyond Human Limitations...


The men who wrote Roe v. Wade...


We need a new Pentecost. Remember that. Give your lives to that...
Archbishop Charles Chaput
I’ve been retired now for two years. Retirement gives you a lot of time to think. And lately I’ve been thinking that if an Oscar were given each year for “Best Catholic Performance in the Role of a Reformation Protestant,” half the Catholics in Congress, not to mention the White House, would qualify. I’m overstating things...


Why it’s so difficult to figure out what the Vatican thinks about Ukraine...
John Allen
Next Tuesday will mark three months of war in Ukraine. Many things remain unclear about the conflict, perhaps chief among them what Russian President Vladimir Putin’s endgame may be. In Catholic terms, however, the great unknown at the three-month mark is what, exactly, Pope Francis and his Vatican team make of the situation...


A young Catholic discovers the power of the Church’s traditional sacred music...


Pope Francis: ‘St. Charles De Foucauld’s Spirituality Helped Me Through a Crisis’...


40 years before Fatima, Our Lady appeared in Poland...

Nancy Pelosi received Holy Communion at church in Georgetown on Sunday, says Politico Playbook...


Some think this generation is the first to get everything right. In 100 years another generation will laugh at them. But the Church, built upon rock, will endure...
Fr. Victor Feltes
There was a serious religious controversy in the very early Church. The Acts of the Apostles records this story which contains important lessons for you and me and Christ’s one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church in every age. In the first century A.D., some Jewish Christians came down to Antioch and were telling the Christians there: “Unless you are circumcised according to the Mosaic practice...


Flip the script to proclaim pro-life protections in the law and culture...


‘But only say the word’ — What every Catholic needs to know about receiving Holy Communion...
Amy Welborn
Since the Eucharist and the proper disposition to receive it is in the news, let’s review. The present day encouragement for all to receive Communion, simply because they are Catholic, desire to receive, and judge, themselves, that they should and can based on that desire — well, that’s not consistent with Catholic practice from any point in its history...


These Catholic bishops support Archbishop Cordileone’s ban of Nancy Pelosi from Holy Communion...


Pope Francis advances sainthood cause of Filipino bishop known for bilocation, levitation, healing miracles...


Your concept of atoms is all wrong. This is closer to what they really look like...


The most beautiful public gardens around the world, according to tourist reviews...


San Francisco Archbishop Cordileone Bars Nancy Pelosi From Receiving Communion Over Her ‘Advocacy for the Legitimacy of Abortion’...


Goodbye (Hotel) Columbus — hello to Bill Gates’ Four Seasons chain?
Edward Pentin
The Order of the Holy Sepulchre has said it is still considering which company to choose to run a hotel in a renaissance-era building it owns just outside St. Peter’s Square, casting doubts over Italian media reports that it had decided to give the contract to a luxury hotel chain majority-owned by the American billionaire Bill Gates...


Roe v. Wade was never a ‘law’ in the first place...
John Clark
“Roe v. Wade is the law of the land.” This phrase has been uttered millions of times since Jan. 22, 1973. Whether they want Roe upheld or struck down, Americans largely agree with that assertion. Problem is, the statement is 100% wrong. Roe was not law in 1973. It is not law now. Judge Harry Blackmun’s majority decision in Roe v...


‘Brother Martin,’ Phony Monk With Large Twitter Following, Says He Won’t Heed Bishop’s Warning...


The power of the new feminist fairytale is highly compelling, but it comes at a cost...
Carrie Gress
Fairytales have been told across cultures and continents for millennia. More than simply an entertaining story, fairytales are a culture’s vehicle to share its values and underscore its most prized virtues. We know many of their familiar themes and patterns, having heard them since early childhood. One recurring fairytale plot is the evil queen or matriarch...


Here is something about which a husband (and wife) can be intentional, to do marriage more fully...
John Cuddeback
There is a beautiful phenomenon especially noticeable in some couples. Upon seeing one spouse you immediately think of the other. Somehow, where there is one there is also the other. This calls for a closer consideration. There is an objective spousal bond constituted by the marriage vows. Once formed, this bond transcends how the spouses happen to feel or act at any given time...


Pope Francis Changes Rules for Major Superiors of Religious Orders...


Why Washington’s Rainier is one of the most dangerous volcanoes in the United States...


Take a lesson from the early Christians: It is necessary for us to undergo many hardships to enter the Kingdom of God...
Msgr. Charles Pope
The first reading from Sunday Mass this week (5th Sunday of Easter) is very Catholic, and it’s too informative to just pass by. It presents a Church as rather highly organized and possessed of some the structures we know today in full form. Granted, some of these structures are in seminal (seed) form, but the are there. One can detect qualities of the original kerygma that are at variance with what some modern thinkers declare should be the methodology of the Church...


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