On Wednesday, Sept. 2nd, news broke that Fr. Paul Mankowski, S.J., had suffered a brain aneurysm, leading to his death yesterday. He was 66 years old. Phil Lawler, longtime editor of Catholic World Report, was […]
In a decision condemned as ‘farcical,’ the judge scheduled a hearing on the matter for September 24 but also allowed for the husband to be killed before then.
Washington D.C., Sep 4, 2020 / 06:35 pm (CNA).- The Catholic voter outreach of Joe Biden’s presidential campaign has launched its 2020 efforts, telling Catholics that Biden’s priorities align with those of Pope Francis, despite the nominee’s support for federal funding of abortions.
On Thursday night, “Catholics for Biden” held its official online launch. Speakers at the event included Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), Sister Simone Campbell, and the former head of the politics department at The Catholic University of America, Dr. Stephen Schneck, who said in 2012 that concerns of the U.S. bishops about the HHS birth control mandate were “overblown.”
Durbin, a U.S. Senator since 1997, was in 2004 prohibited from receiving Holy Communion in his home Diocese of Springfield in Illinois; in 2018, Bishop Thomas Paprocki of Springfield said that prohibition remains in effect.
Ontario-based doctor Kulvinder Gill said bans on the drug have caused an ‘unprecedented violation of the doctor-patient relationship.’
Denver Newsroom, Sep 4, 2020 / 06:00 pm (CNA).-
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco said Friday that the city’s current restrictions on public worship— which prohibit indoor services of any kind, as opposed to other entities such as retail which have been allowed to reopen indoor operations— show “callous unconcern” for people’s spiritual needs.
“Let alone the fact that the city is judging religious services as less important, and treating them more harshly than other activities— the city has no authority at all over the Church’s right to worship,” Archbishop Cordileone told CNA Sept. 4.
The U.K. government is funding a ‘sex ed toolkit’ for schools that features a game where students roll dice and describe graphic sex acts.
The student was asked by school administrators where his mask was, to which he replied, ‘I don’t have one. I don’t want one.’