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Msgr. Rossi Takes Leave of Absence From Catholic University of America Board

By JD Flynn/CNA | WASHINGTON — Msgr. Walter Rossi has taken a leave of absence from the board of trustees at The Catholic University of America while he is the subject of a canonical investigation for...

A Benedict Option Community In the Ozarks, Post-Communion Purification, Lust, and More Great Links!

By Tito Edwards | A Benedict Option Community — In the Ozarks – Shane Schaetzel at Complete Christianity +1 Interesting Old Rubric: Post-Communion Purification, Ablution Of The Faithful, Not Just The...

Set A Date For The Family To Watch This Movie, A Curious Feature in Reformed Lectionary, and More!

By Tito Edwards | Set a Date for the Family – Watch this Movie – Steve Ray at Defenders of the Catholic Faith +1 “Weeping & Gnashing of Teeth” : A Curious Feature in the Reformed Lectionary – Matthew...

Analysis: Cardinal Marx’s Next Step on the German Synodal Path

By Ed Condon/CNA | VATICAN CITY — This week, Cardinal Reinhard Marx, president of the German bishops’ conference, travels to Rome. There, he will meet with Cardinal Marc Ouellet, head of the Vatican’s...

LeRoy Carhart: The Evolution of a Late-Term Abortionist

By Lawrence P. Grayson | On June 7, 2019, Tia Parks, who was in her first trimester of pregnancy, went to an abortion facility in Cleveland. After an aspiration procedure, in which a powerful vacuum...

SDG Reviews ‘Ad Astra’: Brad Pitt Aims for the Stars but Falls Short

By Steven D. Greydanus | There seems to be no reason for the title Ad Astra, meaning “to the stars,” to be in Latin, except to highlight writer-director James Gray’s elevated...

Archbishop Chaput Warns Catholics Against Father Martin’s ‘Pattern of Ambiguity’

By Catholic News Agency | PHILADELPHIA — In the wake of Jesuit Father James Martin’s speaking engagement Tuesday at a Catholic university in Philadelphia, the archbishop of Philadelphia urged...

Cardinal Pell Appeals to the High Court: What Happens Next?

By Edward Pentin | Now that Cardinal George Pell filed an appeal against his conviction to Australia’s High Court on Tuesday, the next step in the process will be for the prosecution to issue a response, according to a source...

6 Takeaways From 3 New Books on the Kavanaugh Confirmation Battle

By Joan Desmond | 1. The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Investigation, a controversial new book by two New York Times reporters, spotlights the justice’s record as a high-school student at Jesuit-run Georgetown Preparatory...

UK Court Clears 80-Year-Old Accused of ‘Mercy Killing’ Her Husband

By Catholic News Agency | LONDON — Family members of an 80-year-old woman in England are advocating for legalized assisted suicide after the woman was found not guilty by a U.K. court in an apparent...