John XXIII and JPII on women
The Pontifical Council for the Laity is publishing a new webpage highlighting the emphasis both popes placed on the role of women.
Next reform: Curia
Curia reform was put on hold in the past few months because the eight-member group of advisors was looking into the Vatican’s finances and economy.
Church struggles in Latin America
Pope Francis has not been able to stem the tide of fellow Latin Americans turning away from Catholicism and toward Evangelicalism, or secularism.
Obama on God and meeting the pope
Vatican manuscripts, now online
Palm Sunday around the world
The mystery of the betrayal
The liturgy portrays the treachery from three different angles, each time slightly recasting words that Jesus spoke at the Last Supper.
Christ’s indispensable Body
To be loved by our God is to be changed into something better by our God, even if that change is painful.
Holy week and our priests
This Holy Week, as we remember Christ's suffering on the cross and ready ourselves for the joy of the Resurrection, please also remember our priests.
Footwashing gets controversial
Staggering anti-Christian violence
Cohabitation: it doesn’t help
The truth about the "Mandate"
The Obama administration, to justify its widely criticized mandate for contraception and sterilization coverage in private health plans, has posted a set of false and misleading claims on the White House blog.
A puppet Mass
At the “weirdest parish in the USA,” a Mass with scary, life-side puppets is meant to entertain kids...
complete catholicism video
Robert Royal and Fr. Gerald Murray join Raymond Arroyo to discuss the year year of Pope Francis.
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