Even before the government asked it to do so, the Italian Bishops’ Conference (C.E.I) decreed the closure of places of worship and the suspension…
Twenty-two prominent Catholic thinkers, writers and educators concurred with Dr. Smith that they need greater access to the sacraments during this pandemic
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The latest document from the Vatican, a reflection on the CO19 pandemic, is an embarrassment to the Catholic faithful. The Pontifical Academy for Life, under the
It is always good to listen when pro-abortion feminists speak frankly about the state of their movement. It reveals the weakness of the other side
The fire that ripped through the Gothic Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Nantes July 18 was reported around the world. But suspected