Chief Rabbi of Poland on John Paul II

No other Pope has done more to heal the painful wounds and did more than anyone else in history to effectively erase the scourge of antisemitism, emphasized the Chief Rabbi of Poland Michael Schudrich in his Sunday, May 17, 2020, announcement on the occasion of the...

English Bishop Gives a Glimpse into Post-Pandemic World

At the May 14, 2020, Mass for Carers at Newcastle Cathedral, Bishop Robert Byrne CO prayed for frontline workers and those who have suffered greatly as a result of the virus. He will also remember those who have died. He reflected on how “the pandemic has made us...

Pope Appoints Bishop of Fajardo-Humacao, Puerto Rico

Appointment of bishop of Fajardo-Humacao, Puerto Rico The Holy Father has appointed as bishop of the diocese of Fajardo-Humacao, Puerto Rico, the Reverend Fr. Luis Miranda Rivera, O.Carm., episcopal vicar of the pastoral zone of San Juan-Santurce, and parish priest of...

Cardinal Czerny: Immigrants are essential, pandemic shows

Vatican City, May 17, 2020 / 12:30 pm (CNA).- The emergency caused by coronavirus has made the situation of many vulnerable people even more precarious; it has also highlighted that immigrants are essential to the fabric of our society, Cardinal Michael Czerny says....

A prayer that takes us deep into Christian Platonism

In the Church’s traditional calendar this Sunday is the 5th after Easter. The Collect for the Mass was derived from the ancient Gelasian Sacramentary for the Fourth Sunday after the close of the Easter Octave. It survived the cutters and snippers who pasted the Novus...

Remembering Saint John Paul II

ANNIVERSARY FEATURE: ‘I Served a Saint,’ Former Swiss Guard Recalls Serving Saint John Paul II in New Book Mario Enzler Offers Ideal Introduction to Beloved Pope Regina Caeli Address: On the Sixth Sunday after Easter: Observance of the Commandments and the Promise of...

Gollum – the Mirror of Man

The first half of my new book Immortal Combat-Confronting the Heart of Darkness explores what we mean by “the Sin of the World.” It’s not merely the naughty things you’ve done. It’s a deeper fault..kind of like the San Andreas fault compared to a crack in your...

‘I Know Who You Are’ — Why Demons are So Terrified of Christ

By Father John P. Cush | In my last article for the Register, I focused on the role of the Guardian Angels, particularly in the life and ministry of priests in this trying time in which we find ourselves. This reflection on the… Read the Whole Article at its...