LifeSiteNews: “The vote of the Christian faithful must assume a moral responsibility,” Rivera states. “That is to say, it must be consistent with the dictates of their conscience and of their faith, and cannot be separated from their political choices, … Continue reading
Zenit: “In today’s social context, families with many children are a witness of faith, of courage and of optimism, for without children there is no future,” he said. Read more here.
CNA: Catholic leaders of both religious and secular businesses across the country are denouncing the Obama administration’s contraception mandate for forcing a moral dilemma on them and negatively impacting their companies. Jonathan Reyes, president of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese … Continue reading
National Catholic Register’s Joan Frawley Desmond: Steve Mosher was a rising Stanford University social researcher, schooled in the academy’s received wisdom on matters like abortion and the “right to choose,” when he was suddenly thrown off course. Read full article … Continue reading
From A Reluctant Sinner’s Blog: It was really wonderful to read in the Catholic Herald last Friday that the former international and premiership footballer, Philip Mulryne, is currently discerning a vocation to the priesthood at the Pontifical Irish College in … Continue reading
Thomas More College – Students of Thomas More College returned from their Christmas recess to an exciting surprise—a beautifully transformed chapel. While the students were home with their families, Thomas More College’s staff and faculty joined together to install a … Continue reading
Do you know the difference? If not, I suggest a glance at a blog I’ve just come across: Catholic Land Movement. In reply to our question, there is a posting on that site called “An Authentic Agriculture.” Here is the … Continue reading
Washington Post Local: Before I converted to Catholicism, I believed my life was the way it was supposed to be.My life revolved around what I wanted for me, not taking others into consideration. Relationships had no sincerity. In my 23 … Continue reading
My first thought when I saw in my e-mail one morning a few weeks ago that Sister Mary Bernadette had died: What would things be like at the Center now that she was gone? I wasn’t wondering what they would … Continue reading
There is an interesting article on Catholic evangelization, “Bringing Tim Tebow & Others To The Fullness of Truth That Is The Catholic Church,” written by by David Hartline for The American Catholic. When he mentioned certain apologetical converts, Steve Ray, … Continue reading
A Reluctant Sinner: An Italian religious studies teacher, Cristina Vai, 55, who was recently suspended after discussing the Last Judgement with her pupils, has received a letter of support from the Pope. After describing the incident in a letter sent … Continue reading
A group of Lebanese lay Catholics have formed a group called New Creation, with the objective of fostering devotion to Jesus. They took their name from a phrase in the Second Letter to the Corinthians: “So whoever is in Christ … Continue reading
Matt Besler is very serious about his Catholic Faith. When asked in this interview with National Catholic Register how his Faith affects his career, he answered: Having my Catholic faith allows me to always feel confident and comfortable on the … Continue reading
General Audience, Father Z’s site: “I would like to renew my call to everyone to pray the Psalms, to become accustomed to using the Liturgy of the Hours, Lauds, Vespers, and Compline.” Read more from the pope’s address here.