The following Clergy Appointments are to be effective on Wednesday, August 26, 2020.
George Weigel’s new book The Next Pope is a call to ressourcement. This means that the Church must engage in a retrieval of her teaching by looking back to the authoritative sources of the faith—Scripture […]
Sandmann, donning his red Make America Great Again hat while speaking at the Republican National Convention, said that the ‘country must unite around a president that calls the media out, and refuses to let them create a narrative instead of reporting the facts’
‘I know what abortion sounds like, I know what abortion smells like. Did you know abortion had a smell? I do,’ the Planned Parenthood director turned pro-life activist told the RNC.
By Ed Condon/CNA | Conferring a valid baptism is not rocket science. The Church teaches that all that is needed is some kind of washing with water, and the simple words, “I baptize you, in the name of…
Dear Fellow Catholic,
I know the past few months – really, the past few years – have been pretty tough. With the situation at your local parish changing during the pandemic, perhaps you’ve been livestreaming a Traditional Latin Mass (TLM) on television out of curiosity, or maybe you’ve even headed down to the closest TLM chapel that’s still offering a liturgy you can actually still go to, or perhaps even more importantly, Communion on the tongue. (Even better, you get to do it kneeling.)
I don’t know how much you know about the TLM, so I don’t know how comfortable you are with any of this. That’s what I wanted to write to you about today. You may know that traditionally-minded Catholics can get passionate about their liturgy, but this is not a polemic. It’s an invitation, and, I hope, a helpful guide on how to get started.
The Fox News host warned that the goal for the WHO and Bill Gates is ‘reordering society.’