- Sep 18, 2020
What can Catholics do faced with an impossible choice of platforms in this year’s elections? The Bishop of Brownsville, TX, whose diocese is one of the poorest and most bilingual, has a long experience with disillusioned voters — and has some advice.
There is no greater symbol of mercy in Krakow than the Divine Mercy shrine. Among its sisters is a Sr Faustina lookalike who urges people to “really trust” in God’s mercy.
As the Democratic Party convention opens, a leading pro-life Democrat calls on “pro-life feminists” to take the party back from pro-abortion activists who have narrowed the party’s support base — and predicts that the pro-lifers will eventually win out.
Earlier this month, Spanish journalist Paloma Garcia Ovejero was tapped for the number-two position in the Holy See press office. She was immediately swarmed by press and headlines – and fascination — because she is a woman, and a laywoman at that. I loved her answer to questions prodding her
American politics were almost as polarized in 1968 as they are in 2016, and author Larry Tye believes the example of Robert F. Kennedy is as relevant now as it was almost fifty years ago in healing racial, class and political divides.
Archbishop Anthony Fisher of Sydney, Australia, currently recovering from a rare autoimmune disorder, discusses the Church’s sexual abuse scandals, the impact of World Youth Day, the missionary opportunities being created under Pope Francis, and more.