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Polish Catholic Bishops Rally Faithful Amid Abortion Debate

In the midst of a debate over abortion legislation in Poland, Catholic bishops are mobilizing the faithful to defend the sanctity of life through prayer and advocacy. Following the advancement of four pro-abortion bills by lawmakers, Archbishop Tadeusz Wojda, chair of the Polish Episcopal Conference, has called for a special day of prayer on Sunday dedicated to the protection of unborn children.

Migrants: unappreciated, hardworking, and needed

You may have recently heard news that a fully loaded container ship plowed into a U.S. bridge in the Baltimore harbor causing its collapse into the Patapsco River. But what made this bad news story a tragic story, was that six migrants who were working the night shift, filling potholes and performing other needed maintenance work on the bridge, plunged to their deaths.

Catholic Bishops Oppose Proposal to Embed 'Right to Abortion' in EU Charter

Catholic bishops ahead of a European Union vote, express firm opposition to embedding a "right to abortion" in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights.

Senator Rand Paul Shows Government Concealed Wuhan Lab's COVID-19 Research

U.S. Senator Rand Paul has brought forth allegations suggesting that officials from 15 U.S. government agencies were cognizant of the Chinese-run Wuhan Institute of Virology's endeavors to develop a coronavirus akin to COVID-19 but opted to remain silent on the matter.

Urgent Call to Action: Help Keep the Flame of Faith Burning Bright

Beloved Members of Our Catholic Family, �  As we are leaving the holiest of seasons, our hearts are filled with reverence and gratitude for the boundless love of our Savior, Jesus Christ. In the spirit of His sacrifice and resurrection, I reach out to you with a plea that echoes the fervor of Easter morning. Catholic Online School stands as a beacon of light and hope, offering a free world-class Catholic education to an astounding 1.25 million students worldwide. However, in order to continue ...

13-year-old Nina Ruiz-Abad considered for Sainthood

Amidst the sacred walls of St. William Cathedral in Laoag, nestled within the serene landscape of the Ilocos Norte region in the Philippines, a momentous occasion unfolded on April 7th. It marked the inauguration of the diocesan phase of the cause for canonization of the Servant of God, Nina Ruiz-Abad, as her official portrait was unveiled.

Arizona Supreme Court Upholds Life in Landmark Ruling

In a 4-2 decision on Tuesday, the Arizona Supreme Court handed down a ruling that has reignited the debate surrounding abortion in the state. The legal ruling constitutionally allows for the enforcement of a strict abortion law, limiting the procedure to cases where the mother's life is allegedly at risk.

Catholic Mass at White House: A Tale of Contrasting Administrations

In a surprising revelation, a former top aide to Donald Trump disclosed that the ex-president permitted a Catholic Mass to be conducted on White House grounds in Washington, D.C., during his tenure, a move unprecedented in White House history. Mick Mulvaney, former Director of the Office of Management and Budget, detailed this occurrence in a recent Wall Street Journal op-ed, shedding light on the stark differences between the Trump and Biden administrations' approaches to religious observance.

Cool Things to know on the Solemnity of the Annunciation

Today, on the solemnity of the Annunciation, we commemorate the extraordinary event when the angel Gabriel appeared to the Virgin Mary to announce the incarnation of Christ. Though typically celebrated on March 25, this year, due to its overlap with Holy Week, the observance has been moved to Monday, April 8, as per the decision of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

'Dignitas Infinita' Lists 'Grave Violations of Human Dignity'

The Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith published 'Dignitas Infinita', marking the culmination of five years of meticulous work. This groundbreaking declaration builds upon the rich tapestry of the papal magisterium over the past decade, delving into multifaceted issues ranging from war and poverty to gender theory and digital violence. The document lists the grave violations of human dignity. It should be noted that grave sins are mortal sins, and those who engage in these behaviors are ...