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‘The Trinity Is the Source of Mercy’: Vatican Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith Recognizes ‘Trinity Fount of Mercy’ Messages


Vatican failed to reveal Ireland’s Bishop Eamonn Casey suspended due to child abuse allegations...


Here Are 5 Ways Father Mike Schmitz Says Catholics Can Be Better Evangelizers...


The rumors about this new suppression of the TLM? Stay tuned...
Phil Lawler
For the past several weeks a rumor has been circulating that the Vatican will issue new restrictions on the celebration of the traditional Latin Mass (TLM). We could not confirm those rumors. But several ordinarily reliable journalists insisted that the reports were true: that the document had been prepared, and only awaited final approval and release.


Was the National Eucharistic Congress a ‘revival’?


What just happened in Indianapolis is going to transform the entire Church in the United States...
Marcel LeJeune
The National Eucharistic Congress (NEC) is going to be the seed planted, which I believe will grow and ultimately bear untold fruit. This fruit will ultimately transform the Catholic Church from a Church of decline, maintenance, and lukewarmness into a unified Eucharistic Church on mission. When I left the National Eucharistic Congress, I flew to South Dakota...


As Olympic Truce Is Launched, ‘Olympic’ Bishop Says He Want To Help Athletes Meet Christ...


‘It Has Captured Our Imagination’: Australian Bishop Hails U.S. Eucharistic Congress as Model for Global Catholic Renewal...


Philosopher David Solomon Enters the Catholic Church...
Christopher Kaczor
David played an indispensable role at Notre Dame over the course of his long career, especially as a mentor and dissertation director. He directed more than forty dissertations, many related to virtue ethics. His influence as a teacher and mentor was vast and deep on me and so many others. I was especially grateful that he took me under his wing while I was a graduate student at Notre Dame...


The National Eucharistic Congress Provided a Reprieve and a Chance for Catholics to See Politics Differently...


California runs roughshod over parents’ rights, allowing public school officials alone to direct the lives of their children...


Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Parolin Visits War-Torn Ukraine...


God, Providence and the Trump Bullet...
Terry Mattingly
I don’t have solid poll data backing me up on the following. But, in my experience, if you walk up to church-going, scripture-quoting evangelical Protestants and Pentecostals and say that you are trying to think of a Bible verse defined by “6:11” many, if not most, will say, “You mean Ephesians 6:11?”


This Sunday, Walk Tall in the Dark Valley — Jesus Is At Your Side...
Tom Hoopes
It’s providential that as Catholics flock to Indianapolis for the first National Eucharistic Congress in the United States in 83 years, the Church offers the readings for the 16th Sunday or Ordinary Time, Year B.The readings offer enormous hope, but it’s Christian hope — that means that the hope for peace is available to anyone willing to take up Christ’s offer, with its cross, and follow.


National Eucharistic Congress: ‘In the History of Christianity, You Can Never Have a Revival Without Repentance’...
Zelda Caldwell
In his keynote speech at the National Eucharistic Congress Thursday evening “revival session,” Father Mike Schmitz, host of the popular “Bible in a Year” podcast, used a word that one doesn’t hear very often these days. He called on the Catholics gathered in Indianapolis’ Lucas Oil Stadium to repent.


7 Verses Every Catholic Should Know...
John Bergsma
Here are seven Bible verses that prove that Catholicism is indeed biblical and even more biblically grounded than what some of our Protestant brethren initially think. We’ll break it down by looking at the context of the passage and the original translations. Some of the topics these verses cover are the meaning of “the church,” tradition vs. teaching, Sola Scriptura and the interpretation of the Scripture, the sacraments, Mary, and relics.


Social scientists take a dive into the data on the Traditional Latin Mass — here’s what it reveals...


How to cultivate a Benedictine spirit for the summer...

120 years ago, divers discovered a shipwreck off the Greek island of Antikythera. Hidden inside was an ancient ‘computer’ that simply shouldn't exist...


J.D. Vance is a Catholic ‘post-liberal.’ Here’s what that means — and why it matters...
Jonathan Liedl
J.D. Vance is an election away from becoming the first Catholic vice president from the Republican Party. But the Ohio senator, who is running alongside Donald Trump on the GOP ticket, is not your typical Catholic conservative — at least not the kind that has been the norm in American politics over the past half-century.


The Congress, the Olympics, and Cocaine Sharks...
J.D. Flynn
Today is the 16th Wednesday in Ordinary Time, and you’re reading The Tuesday Pillar Post. If you’re not sure why you’re reading The Tuesday Pillar Post on Wednesday, well, I sent you a note about it yesterday. But the long and short of it is that Ed’s on vacation this week, I’ll be on vacation next week, and so we’re doing things a bit differently to adjust to being short-staffed...


God’s Providential Plan for Us Embraces Everything We Do — Even Politics...
Russell Shaw
A chorus of populist theologizing greeted the attempted assassination of Donald Trump. Much of it was along the lines of “Considering that the shot missed killing him by only a couple of inches, God must have been looking out for him.” I fully agree. God certainly was looking out for the former president. So what else might we say about what happened? Although pushing too hard to explain God’s ways can be presumptuous...


Here’s the Early 20th-Century Catholic Modernist Crisis in a Nutshell...


Newly opened Vatican archives shed light on Maciel and Legionaries of Christ; Pius XII was planning crackdown before 1958 death...


Why aren’t there solar-powered cars?


Bread Left Over: A Reflection on the Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time...
Scott Hahn
Today’s liturgy brings together several strands of Old Testament expectation to reveal Jesus as Israel’s promised Messiah and King, the Lord who comes to feed His people. Notice the parallels between today’s Gospel and First Reading. Both Elisha and Jesus face a crowd of hungry people with only a few “barley” loaves. We hear similar words about how impossible it will be to feed the crowd with so little...


National Eucharistic Congress Ends With Prayer for ‘New Pentecost’ for U.S. Church...


The Knights Got It Right With Marko Rupnik’s Art...
Shannon Mullen
The opaque fabric will rest on the chapel walls of the Saint John Paul II National Shrine in Washington, D.C., like a dressing on a wound. It’s a fitting image, since the artwork beneath that material has, for many, become a symbol of grave harm — in what ought to be places of hope and healing. The announcement July 11 that the Knights of Columbus will, for the time being...


Was St. Mary Magdalene a Former Prostitute?
Clement Harrold
If anything can rightly be said about St. Mary Magdalene, it is that she remains a mysterious and oftentimes elusive figure. Over the centuries, her identity has been debated and disputed endlessly, with the result that today many Catholics are left feeling very confused. What exactly do we know about her on the basis of the Gospels? And was she a reformed prostitute?


What to Do When Catholic Teaching Brings Marital Tension...
E. Christian Brugger
The moral norms protecting the marriage bed are not “rules” created by the Church, but truths that we discover by attending to the natural law, which is inscribed on our hearts and has God as its author. It is important to understand that the Church does not legislate morality. Rather, the Church guards it and faithfully hands it on so that men and women in every generation will be able to make choices that lead to authentic human freedom and fulfillment.


4 Notable Christian Dimensions of the Trump Assassination Attempt...


National Eucharistic Congress Begins in Indianapolis: ‘We Did This for You, Lord’...


An attempted assassination, democracy, and the risk of civil war...


Why Passport Stamps Will Soon Be a Relic of the Past...


America’s Last Eucharistic Congress Was Held in 1941. Here’s What It Was Like...


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