This ruling makes us proud to be Catholic.
Most of all, we need policies and laws that strengthen the family, paying special attention to the needs of young men.
There is not a single Church teaching on women, marriage, the family or sexuality that Pelosi accepts.
Cordileone’s letter to Pelosi, instructing her not to go to Communion, was not some impulsive act. He has tried to deal with her for many years, trying to bring her back into the fold, but she resists.
If anything, not counting the violence that defines the conduct of abortion clinics, it is pro-abortion extremists who have historically driven most of the violence.
If our “devout Catholic” president started treating Catholics the way he treats the “I” and “+” people, we would have no complaints.
“Sen. Lummis should never have apologized. She told the truth.”
Regrettably, many Catholic politicians are in open defiance of the Church’s teaching on abortion, a life and death issue.
Pew deserves high marks for its methodology. Its interpretation of its own data, however, reveals a bias.
It looks like Biden decided to double down in his support for abortion by choosing Catholics who would support him in this endeavor.
Telling the truth can be painful, but as Catholics we are called to do so.
Denying the existence of truth is not only a violation of our Judeo-Christian ethos, and therefore morally wrong, it is also a recipe for self-destruction.
We need real men in high stations in the armed forces.
The intolerance of gay activists, and their straight supporters, shoving their way into these parades is stunning.
The working class is comprised of patriotic men and women who value common sense more than books, and who believe in God more than algorithms.
Children are not mere creatures of the state.
Those who support traditional moral values are better off living in the most religious states.
The cancel culture is more than just about speech—it’s about religious thoughts.
Such is the state of morality these days on our college campuses.
Pope Benedict has nothing to apologize for. If anything, it is his vicious critics who owe him an apology.
Does the CDC really believe that the problem is a lack of information?
Catholics have long been unimpressed with Amnesty International’s human rights record.
In a larger story on the March for Life, the New York Times and the Washington Post made mention of the desecration of the Basilica, but neither covered the assault on St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
He is the scourge of the left, both in and out of the Catholic Church.