Practice Random Acts of Kindness and See the Face of God

By John Clark | After delivering a speech a few years ago, a member of the audience came up and told me that something I said to her decades ago had helped her tremendously. I remembered having met her, but had no idea that… Read the Whole Article at its...

14 Errors Revolving Around Galileo, and How to Clear Them Up

By Angelo Stagnaro | Few lies so excite secular souls as the Galileo Incident. But the historical reality of the situation is so completely different than the popular version of the story as to make one think we were discussing… Read the Whole Article at its...

American on trial for blasphemy killed at court hearing in Pakistan

CNA Staff, Jul 31, 2020 / 03:13 pm (CNA).- A U.S. citizen on trial for blasphemy in Pakistan was killed at a court hearing Wednesday, drawing strong objections to the country’s blasphemy laws from the U.S. State Department. Tahir Ahmad Naseem was charged with claiming...

Bishop Dowd: The story of my brother’s death

I’ve always done my best thinking through writing, and the death of my younger brother Chris last month has given me a lot to think about. The thing is, his life had meaning, and so did his death. I write this to share just a few reflections on that meaning. Read the...

COVID-19 Has Changed the Way Europeans Go to Mass — For the Worse

By Edward Pentin | In recent days I visited a number of churches in Italy and the alpine regions of Germany and Austria and was especially struck by how detrimental the reaction to the coronavirus pandemic had been to… Read the Whole Article at its Original...

Vatican Finances: London Deal Players Had Prior History

By Ed Condon/CNA | WASHINGTON — New details have emerged about the links between the two Italian businessmen at the center of the Vatican financial scandal. In the months before Gianluigi Torzi was… Read the Whole Article at its Original...