Church News

February 20, 2017

Guam is the Worst Punishment Ever

Cardinal Burke has denied that he’s being sent to Guam as a punishment.  I’m inclined to believe him. First of all, because he said so.  Second
February 27, 2017

Pope Francis helps Society of St. Pius X acquire church in Rome

According to reports, Pope Francis was the decisive factor in helping the Society of St. Pius X buy a beautiful neo-Gothic church in Rome. The church
March 2, 2017

This Papacy is in Crisis and in Need of Urgent Prayer This Lent

The papacy is meant to unite the Church, not divide it. Almost four years into the papacy of Pope Francis, the division his teaching (or lack
July 11, 2017

The Catholic Leaders Who Left Charlie Gard for Dead

For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in
July 15, 2017

Updated: Pope Benedict’s Dramatic Telegram to a Dubia Cardinal (Original Translation + Commentary)

Cardinal Joachim Meisner’s funeral was celebrated today. Cardinal Meisner was one of the four Cardinals to submit a dubia to Pope Francis asking the pope to
August 4, 2017

Dressing-Down the Knights of Columbus’ New Uniform

According to multiple sources in Catholic media, during the 135th Convention of the Knights of Columbus, Supreme Knight Carl Anderson made an announcement that the Fourth
September 7, 2017

“Dialogue.” I Do Not Think It Means What James Martin Thinks it Means

In a column at the Wall Street Journal published late last week, Cardinal Robert Sarah, the Vatican’s prefect for the Congregation for Divine Worship, explored how
February 9, 2018

Archbishop Chaput Shares How We Can Make Masculinity Great Again

The time has come for me to confess something: I am a Philadelphia Eagles fan. This 2017-2018 season was the proudest I’ve ever been of my
April 11, 2018

Op-Ed: Providence College and Others Must Return to the Church

Editor’s note: Last month, a student and Residence Assistant at Providence College in Rhode Island posted material on a campus bulletin board that affirmed the Church’s