Just days before the largest 40 Days for Life campaign kicks off across America, Archbishop Vincenzio Paglia, the newly appointed president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, extended the Holy See’s official endorsement of their work.
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) has unveiled its 2017 commemorative stamps, one of which will Father Theodore M. Hesburgh (1917-2015), long-time president of Notre Dame University and an important figure in the civil rights movement.
A group of more than 400 prominent Catholic scholars released a statement yesterday that strongly supports the Church’s teaching on human sexuality as articulated in the 1968 papal encyclical, Humanae Vitae.
We have had several inquiries from readers about the status of the apparitions of Mary, Mediatrix of all Graces, which allegedly occurred in a Carmelite Convent in Lipa City, Philippines some 50 years ago. Have they been approved or not?
An abortion advocacy organization called “Catholics for Choice” (CFC) placed deceptive full-page newspaper ads in multiple cities on September 12 calling for taxpayer funding of abortion in the name of the Catholic faith, a move that brought swift condemnation from U.S. bishops and the faithful alike.
When the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights issued its shocking report last week in which it claimed phrases such as “religious liberty” and “religious liberty” were actually “code words” for discrimination, the Commission received swift backlash, including from the Church.
Schools in the Diocese of Camden, New Jersey made headlines this week for defying political correctness and standing up for Christ regardless of public opinion.
The Obama administration has asked the public to weigh in on the five-year war it has waged against religious non-profit groups, including the Little Sisters of the Poor and Priests for Life, over the HHS mandate, and is giving citizens until September 20 to offer their solutions for how to accommodate the religious liberty of these organizations.
Mary Alice Nolan is planning to be “ordained” a “Roman Catholic” priest by a female bishop in October, even though it means she will be excommunicated – a punishment she says will be very upsetting to her. So why is she doing this?
A new study has found that an alarming number of young Catholics, some as young as 10 years old, are leaving the faith due to the prevailing trend that sees atheism as “smart” and the faith as a “fairy tale.”