The Catholic Church is a boat “on the verge of capsizing,” said Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI in a personal message for the funeral Mass of his close
There is an incident in the greatest film ever made, The Godfather, where a body turns up, and someone correctly says that it is a way of sending a
Discernment is one of the words Pope Francis repeats most, especially when speaking to priests and seminarians – a concept that may seem obscure wi
Pope Francis has appointed 45 new ordinary members to the Pontifical Academy for Life.
A Saskatchewan judge has ruled that the provincial government must stop paying for non-Catholic students to attend Catholic schools in the province
My friend and former colleague Dr.
Imagine if your teenage son’s pastor had told him to apply “If your right hand causes you to sin, cut it off,” by applying a buzzsaw to his own rig
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St.
In the midst of a turbulent week (aren’t they all, eh?) in the world, in the Church, and I dare say in the individual details of your own lives… he
Hillary Clinton’s campaign chief helped to create campaign groups to press for a “revolution” in the Catholic Church, according to leaked emails.
The Catholic Church has not changed her practice towards divorced and civilly remarried Catholics — despite what the faithful may have been led to
Divorced and civilly remarried Catholics may not receive Holy Communion unless they “refrain from sexual intimacy,” Philadelphia Archbishop Charles
The Primate of Belgium, who has been in office less than a year, has closed down, for dubious reasons, a priestly fraternity that had been blessed
The archdiocese of Montreal is implementing a plan that would forbid priests and church volunteers from being alone with children.
It’s like the movement against smoking. The authorities decide that they must keep people from smoking for their own good.
In your speeches in Europe, you refer to the “roots” of the continent without ever describing them as Christian.
Pope Francis may soon offer the Society of Saint Pius X regular canonical status within the Catholic Church without requiring acceptance of certain