Responding publicly for the first time to her archbishop barring her from Holy Communion in her home diocese, the U.S. House speaker remains defiant in her support of abortion.
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Nancy Pelosi Banned From Communion: 5 Key Takeaways
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, Pelosi’s local bishop, has instructed her not to receive Communion because of her extreme pro-abortion-rights actions.
The Supreme Court and Dobbs: For Once, the Sexual Revolutionaries Aren’t Wrong
Once the Supreme Court stops propping up the Sexual Revolution with so-called rights invented out of thin air, a lot of “settled issues” will be unsettled.
Roe v. Wade: No Decision Today in Dobbs Abortion Case
The next opinion issuance day has not yet been scheduled on the Supreme Court’s calendar.
Boycott Like a Catholic
What corporations do in the public square, not just the factory floor, is becoming an increasing concern for Catholics — and the Church has the tools for those discerning how to respond.
A New Low for Joe
The president’s recent remarks on abortion after the leaked Supreme Court decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health were blatantly false.
Cardinal Zen’s Arrest Will Test the Vatican’s Agreement With Communist China
The bishop emeritus of Hong Kong was arrested with four others Wednesday for ‘collusion with foreign forces’ and has since been released on bail.
On Ash Wednesday, Biden Balks at Explaining Abortion Stance to EWTN Correspondent
Biden, the second Catholic president, has had unwavering support for abortion rights as president and has refused to say if he supports any restrictions on the procedure.
Putin Goes Soviet: Shades of Hungary 1956
To this day, no one really knows how many people were killed in the 1956 invasion.
Vatican Decries ‘Tragic’ Russian Invasion of Ukraine
Cardinal Pietro Parolin said in a video statement on Feb. 24 that Pope Francis’ appeal for ‘peaceful coexistence’ in the region has ‘dramatic urgency’ amid the ‘horrors of war.’
What’s Behind Pope Francis’ Changes to the Vatican’s Doctrinal Office?
Shortly after his election, Pope Francis established a Council of Cardinals to assist him in governing the Church and help him draft a new apostolic constitution redefining the tasks and functions of curial offices.
Traditional Latin Mass: Canonists Question the Legislative Force of Recent Vatican Guidelines
ANALYSIS: The interpretive document considerably tightens already-sweeping restrictions on the traditional form of the Roman Rite.
Milwaukee’s Gender Theory Document Receives High Praise for Pastoral Tone and Clarity
Citing a rise in gender dysphoria, Catholic experts on the topic say the archdiocese’s catechesis and policy on the challenging issue could be a model for others.
Inflation Spike Adds Another Burden to Families Struggling Economically
Catholic parishes and charities are extending aid to those who have suffered disproportionately from the COVID pandemic.
Supreme Court’s NY Decision Is a Blow for Religious Freedom
The decision not to intervene and immediately block the New York COVID-vaccine mandate is a disappointing move.
Video Shows Attack on Blessed Mother Statue Outside National Basilica
Police said the incident is not currently deemed to be a hate crime.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor: the Bullying Pro-Choicer
During oral argument in ‘Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health,’ Sotomayor tried to bully her way past the arguments for the unborn child’s right to live.
Pearl Harbor at 80: How Courageous Chaplains Saved Lives
Poignant remembrances commemorate the somber anniversary.
Supreme Court Set to Hear ‘Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health’
‘The mass killing of the innocent through abortion is the greatest crisis we face as human beings.’ — Lila Rose of Live Action
Dobbs on the Docket: How Will the Supreme Court Decide?
An Interview With Law Professor Helen Alvaré
George Weigel: Catholic Progressives and the Culture War
The culture war defining much of contemporary public life throughout the Western world comes in two forms.
Atheism’s ‘Eccentric’ Nature
COMMENTARY: If a loving God is my center, then all my actions have meaning because they are related to the Absolute.
What’s In (And Isn’t In) the Bishops’ Draft Document on the Eucharist?
What was notably absent from the 26-page draft was any sort of criteria for when to deny a Catholic from receiving the Eucharist.
Cuban Socialism Has Been a Failure and the Left Must Face Up to It, Priest Says
Protests of the island’s communist government took place across Cuba July 11-12.