Remembering Reginaldus Magnus

Claudia DeSantis-Whitaker Father Reginald Foster teaches his free summer Latin class in Rome, July 5, 2001. COMMENTARY: Father Reginald Foster spent a lifetime seeking to unite his students in a shared love of the Latin language Read the Whole Article at its Original...

Golden Calf Idolatry vs. Carved Cherubim on Ark of the Covenant

Anonymous (Umbrian School), “The Transfer of the Ark of the Covenant,” c. 1525 While the Calf was condemned as gross idolatry, the Ark was a permitted non-idolatrous religious image, sanctioned by God, complete with explicit instructions. Read the Whole Article at its...

Armenia: When ‘Cancel Culture’ Means Canceling a Culture

KAREN MINASYAN Armenian soldiers pray on Nov. 1 in the damaged Ghazanchetsots Cathedral in the historic city of Shusha. What exactly is at the heart of the most recent troubles in Armenia? Read the Whole Article at its Original...

After Secretariat of State shakeup, what’s next for Curia reform?

Vatican City, Jan 7, 2021 / 03:33 pm (CNA).- The draft of the delayed document that will reform of the Roman Curia gives the Vatican’s Secretariat of State a more prominent place in the workings of the Church’s central governing bureaucracy. But during the year...

Dr. Alveda King on the Capitol Protests: We Must Continue to Pray

Olivier Douliery Members of the Swat team patrol and secure the Statuary Hall before US Vice President makes his way into the House Chamber, at the US Capitol, on January 7, 2021 in Washington, DC. “I went back to the Bible and to the words of my family,” says the...

Cardinal Gregory calls for prayer and peace after unrest at US Capitol

Washington D.C., Jan 7, 2021 / 02:01 pm (CNA).- The Archbishop of Washington has condemned the incursion into the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday by pro-Trump protesters. “Our United States Capitol is sacred ground and a place where people over the past centuries have...

Antigonish Diocesan Council

Some executive members of the Antigonish Diocesan Council were part of the congregation for “Mass For Shut-Ins,” televised on November 22nd, celebrating the Feast of Christ the King. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the weekly mass is now taped at Our Lady of Fatima...