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Vatican Appoints Canonist to Look Into Communion and Liberation’s Lay Association

By Edward Pentin | The Vatican has appointed a commission headed by an apostolic delegate to revise the statutes and directorate of the lay association Memores Domini — consecrated lay faithful who are part of the Communion and...

Chief Justice Roberts Sends Troubling Signals in Louisiana Abortion Case

By Lauretta Brown | WASHINGTON — U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts cast the swing vote in June Medical Services v. Russo Monday, striking down a Louisiana law that required doctors at abortion...

Home Video Picks & Passes 07.05.20

By Steven D. Greydanus | Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol (2011) — PICK Spy Kids (2001) — PICK Spy vs. spy! Two enormously fun and imaginative espionage action romps are now on Amazon Prime —...

Letters 07.05.20

By The Editors | Petition to Mary Relevant to “Catholic Contributors to Independence” (Culture of Life, June 21 issue): The United States was first consecrated to the Blessed Virgin Mary in 1792 by Bishop John Carroll of...

St. Thomas – More Than Just a Doubter

By Theresa Doyle-Nelson | Thomas answered and said to him, “My Lord and my God!” ―John 20:28 Although several stories of doubt exist in the Bible, it is Thomas’s incident that seems to catch the most attention, earning him the...

TV Picks 07.05.20

By Daniel J. Engler | SUNDAY, July 5, 11:30pm Catholic View for Women EWTN In this episode, “America Will Not End Abortion Until It Sees Abortion,” pro-life leader Monica Miller tells Teresa Tomeo,...

Missouri Cannot Block Medicaid Funding from Planned Parenthood, High Court Says

By Catholic News Agency | ST. LOUIS, Mo. — The Missouri Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down a provision that intended to cut Planned Parenthood off from Medicaid funding in the state. The 6-1...

Vatican Financial Watchdog Hails ‘Rising Trend’ in Reports to Promoter of Justice

By Catholic News Agency | VATICAN CITY — The Vatican’s financial watchdog authority reported Friday that it received 64 suspicious activity reports in 2019, 15 of which it forwarded to the...

MLK’s Clarity Shines Brightly in This Difficult Hour

By Michael Warsaw | We are witnessing a difficult and painful moment for the nation and the world. We have seen deeply saddening and profoundly troubling scenes of inequality, injustice and violence. In...

Thomas Said to Jesus, “My Lord and My God!”

By Sherry Antonetti | Who would not doubt their senses if they saw a formerly dead person walking around and asking for a bite of fish? Who would not want to know if this were some sort of sick joke by those who wanted to prove...