Pordee_AomboonCatholics are more vaccinated against COVID-19 than any other religious group, according to a new Pew Research Center report.The National Catholic Bioethics Center has opposed COVID-19 vaccine mandates without exemptions for conscience.
Senate Judiciary Committee/live streamHon. Beth Robinson, associate justice on the Vermont Supreme Court, testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Sept. 14, 2021“How might a litigant in the Second Circuit have any confidence that as a judge you would actually follow the law, and in particular, honor the religious liberty protections in the Constitution,” probed Senator Cruz.
Lev RadinNew York Governor Kathy Hochul.Hochul’s comments come shortly after her announcement on Sept. 13 that she would roll out a new aggressive agenda to maintain abortion in New York state.
There is an instructive post at NLM by Gregory DiPippo about Ecumencial Councils that failed but were, nonetheless, legitimate Ecumentical Councils. Councils are called because there is a problem, not just for the heck of it. Or so it ought to be. … Read More →
Today the Church honors the memory of Saints Cornelius (Pope and Martyr) and Cyprian (Bishop and Martyr). Cornelius died on September 14, 253, while Cyprian died on the same day five years later. They were […]
Bela Lugosi portrays the famous vampire in this screenshot from the trailer for ‘Dracula’ (1931)Culture is key in forming hearts and minds. And Catholics well formed in both their profession and their faith certainly can impact culture for the good. We can all agree we need more of that today. One writer who is always keen on highlighting the intersection of faith and culture is the National Catholic Register’s UK correspondent, K.V. Turley, and he has just released his first novel. He joins us here on Register Radio. And then, we talk with Joan Desmond about the so-called “woke revolution” taking place even in some Catholics schools, in modern medicine, and again in culture.
null / zstock/Shutterstock
Washington D.C., Sep 16, 2021 / 16:00 pm (CNA).
As the Biden administration prepares to require COVID-19 vaccinations at many workplaces, a Catholic bioethicist urged the administration to keep an alternative to vaccinations in place – weekly testing.