The problem with women helping select bishops is not what you think it is – Catholic World Report

Pope Francis’s decision to appoint two women to the Dicastery for Bishops was devoid of consultation – and from a

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What does it mean to reject Vatican II? – Catholic World Report

The continued battle over Vatican II seems to be more about an idea of the Council and its implementation, rather

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Independence Day and Catholic social principles – Catholic World Report

A life well-lived requires, first of all, a recognition of our dependence on each other. Independence Day and Catholic social

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A red hat is just a red hat (unless it isn’t) – Catholic World Report

If Pope Francis is rightly praised for his willingness to look to underserved and underrepresented quarters for heads on which

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Caped crusaders and the common good – Catholic World Report

Whether Matt Reeves’ new film The Batman, starring Robert Pattinson, is the Batman we need, the Batman we deserve, or

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How the Ukraine conflict is reshaping relations between Churches – Catholic World Report

St. Sophia’s Cathedral is rarely used these days for liturgical functions. But it is considered home by both Orthodox Christians

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Study challenges claim that legalizing euthanasia and assisted suicide could ‘save lives’

Oxford, England, Feb 17, 2022 / 12:00 pm (CNA). A new study has challenged the claim by euthanasia and assisted

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Chicago-area Catholic principal who defied mask mandate won’t return to school, pastor says

Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Feb 17, 2022 / 11:13 am (CNA). A principal at a Catholic school who was placed on

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Extra, extra! News and tidings, February 16, 2022 – Catholic World Report

Recent articles, essays, and assorted pieces that caught our attention this week. Extra, extra! News and tidings, February 16, 2022

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Liquid Catholicism and the German Synodal Path – Catholic World Report

It’s important to grasp that the German Synodal Path’s predictable cave-in on these “hot button” issues reflects a deeper apostasy

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