Don’t Call Male Litigants ‘Male,’ Judge Orders

By Matthew Archbold | Okay, I’ll admit it. I’m a little confused as to what people mean by “science” these days. You lost me when we were supposed to pretend “potential human” was a scientific designation.  Science was never my… Read the Whole Article at its...

Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling paves way for reopening of Masses

MADISON, Wisconsin — The May 13 Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling that struck down the state’s virus-inspired “Safer at Home” quarantine order now paves the way for a restoration of public Holy Mass, more than two […] Read the Whole Article at its Original...

A Word of Encouragement to the Catholic People Of Australia

Dear brothers and sisters, Grace and peace to you in these Easter days. We write to you from a plenary meeting of the Bishops Conference which is like no other. Unable to meet face-to-face as we normally do, the bishops are meeting online for a week. We are intensely...

Archbishop Follo: To Keep the Commandments is to Practice Love

Sixth Easter Sunday – Year A – May 17, 2020 Roman rite Acts 8.5-8.14-17; Ps 66; 1Pt 3,15-18; Jn 14.15-21 Ambrosian rite Acts 4.8-14; Ps 117; 1 Cor 2,12-16; Jn 14.25-29 Foreground: The risk that we can run in this time of pandemic is the one of being defined by what we...

Philippine Bishops Reconsecrate Country to Mary

The Catholic Church in the Philippines has turned to the mother of Jesus for protection amid the contagion and death brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. The church hierarchy, in solidarity with a number of bishops’ conferences around the world, marked the...

CatholicTV @Home: A Friday Night Treat

CatholicTV personalities broadcast from their homes to raise money for the @CatholicTV livestream, which has become overtaxed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the Whole Article at its Original...

Catholic “coffee table” books that delight both the eye and the mind

They are known as “coffee table books”—those large hardbacks full of glossy illustrations, often selected and placed strategically to show guests where our tastes lie. (Or, a cynic might say, to make our guests think […] Read the Whole Article at its Original...

For Catholics, wearing masks can be an act of charity for neighbor

Denver Newsroom, May 14, 2020 / 03:09 pm (CNA).- Although some people have raised objections to wearing masks as the U.S. continues to battle the coronavirus pandemic, doing so can be an act of charity for one’s neighbor, a Catholic doctor said. “The simple reason [to...