By Kylee Zempel, The Federalist - The White House celebrated Easter on Sunday with its traditional egg roll, but the Resurrection Day festivities turned into a national embarrassment thanks to the president. His handlers, including his wife, did their best to walk him around like a pet, telling him when to sit, speak, and stay.
By Russell Shaw, The Catholic Thing - Tentler, an emerita professor of history at the Catholic University of America, explains the hiatus like this: “For many of the intervening years, the U.S. hierarchy was riven by conflict, principally but not exclusively over the question of just how accommodating of American values the Catholic Church in the United States could be.” And, she adds, “various players in this ongoing drama. . .bypassed their brother bishops entirely, as they pursued their disparate goals, cultivating allies in Rome.”
By Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews - Doctors, nurses, pharmacists and other medical workers soon may be forced to help abort unborn babies or lose their jobs as pro-abortion politicians work to get rid of conscience protection rights... Now, (DHHS) officials confirmed to Politico this week that they plan to revoke a Trump administration rule that protected pro-life medical workers from being forced to kill unborn babies in elective abortions.
By Joseph Pronechen, EWTN News - As a person, as a country, as a world, do we not need God’s mercy more and more in these times? For the sake of our souls, can we afford not to listen to what Jesus told us through St. Faustina about his mercy and what our response to is should be?.. Benedict told us “It is a really central message for our time: Mercy as the force of God, as the divine limit against the evil of the world.”.. Let’s remind ourselves right now. Or learn the highlights for the first time. Divine Mercy Sunday is the perfect day to start listening to what Jesus himself tells us: