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Reclaiming Our Catholic Birthright

By Amanda Evinger | In today’s world, it can take a titanic effort to stand up for your Catholic Faith. Even within the realm of the Catholic Church, it may be grueling just to hang on to the truths of our religion. During these...

Archbishop: Christ Welcomes and Challenges Those Wrestling with Gender Identity

By Catholic News Agency | ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Christ draws close with love and compassion, as well as a challenge, for people who experience discord between their gender identity and their...

Who Is the Month of August Dedicated To?

By Joseph Pronechen | We know that traditionally May is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary. October to the Holy Rosary, and Our Lady of the Rosary. Now it’s time to also remember something little realized or often forgotten....

No, AOC Is Not the Future of the Catholic Church

By Mary FioRito | Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsberg and the late Antonin Scalia had a genuine, if not improbable, friendship. Ideologically, they represent opposite ends of the legal spectrum:...

Cardinal Pell to Speak at Virtual Napa Institute Conference

By Catholic News Agency | WASHINGTON — The Napa Institute has announced an online schedule for its annual conference in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The program includes remarks from...

Joe Biden Talks Catholic Faith After President Trump Says Former VP is ‘Against God’

By Catholic News Agency | WASHINGTON — Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday spoke about his Catholic faith, in response to comments from President Donald Trump that a Biden presidency would “hurt...

Cancel, Conform, Control: Survivors of Communism Discuss US Culture

By Susan Klemond | The destruction and removal of statues around the country this summer isn’t new to Carlos Eire, who as a 10-year-old, watched members of the Castro regime use sledgehammers to destroy...

The Presence That Casts Out Fear

By Sister Mary Madeline Todd | Sunday, Aug. 9, is the 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time. Mass readings: 1 Kings 19:9, 11-13; Psalm 85: 9, 10, 11-14; Romans 9: 1-5; Matthew 14:22-33. What is worse...

State Dept. Commission Cites Religious Freedom as ‘Foremost’ Among Rights

By Lauretta Brown | WASHINGTON — The Commission on Unalienable Rights, an advisory committee formed last year to provide the U.S. State Department with advice that grounds an understanding of human rights...

US Bishops Tell Congress: Help Catholic Schools to Help At-Risk Families

By Catholic News Agency | WASHINGTON — Several leading U.S. Catholic cardinals and bishops urged congressional leaders to provide emergency private school tuition aid to low-middle income...