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
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
May 21, 2017

This guy built a replica of St. Peter’s Square with 36,000 toothpicks.

It’s already been done with Legos, but now someone has built a miniature St. Peter’s Square out of toothpicks.  36,000 of them.  That’s a lot of
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 24, 2018

Prayers, Priests, and Punishments: The 3 P’s to Earning Back Trust

The recent Pennsylvania grand jury report on priest abuse has devastated already-damaged trust in the institutional Church. People of all stripes are horrified at what the
August 27, 2018

7 Reasons Why I Believe Archbishop Vigano’s Accusations To Be Credible [Updated]

Make no mistake, we are living through a historic moment in the Church’s life. I was deeply disturbed when I read the 11-page letter of the
September 3, 2018

If the US Bishops Don’t Fear God, They Should Fear the Government

We learned something important in the past week: Pope Francis has no intention of coming clean. Like the short tale of Hans Christian Andersen, in the
November 1, 2018

Jewish Shooting Victim’s Catholic Wife Calls for Love to Combat Evil

News outlets have touched on the stories of the Pittsburgh shooting victims. But local media provide a more in-depth look, particularly at one Jewish-Catholic couple. Even