By Hannah Brockhaus, EWTN News - The Vatican’s doctrinal office on Monday clarified that the Catholic Church does not have the power to give liturgical blessings of homosexual unions... Answering the question “does the Church have the power to give the blessing to unions of persons of the same sex?,” the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith responded, “negative.”
By Dave Andrusko, LifeNews - Like you, I’ve been around the track more than enough times to instantly know that when pro-abortionists make pronouncements, it requires a presentation that is rife with falsehoods, dripping with distortions, and/or teeming with misrepresentations. Why? To give a surface plausibility to their counter-intuitive conclusion. This is especially true with the topic is the pro-abortion presidency of Joe Biden.
By Sandy Szwarc, The Remnant - Untold numbers of Americans have gone without medical care for more than a year now, resulting in health conditions becoming worse, diagnoses being missed, unmeasurable stress for anxious patients and families, and worsening prognoses... One reason people haven't received care has been ignored in the media, but reveals a disturbing decline of ethics in medicine and politics: The healthcare industry has been using Covid-19 screening tests to deny care to patients who do not want the test.
By Father Paul Scalia, National Catholic Register - Early on in the book the archbishop uses the phrase “memories of things worth dying for.” It is a curious expression to the modern mind. Memory and death don’t mean much to us. We don’t have much use for the past and we try to cheat death constantly. It is hard to think of a culture more disconnected from its own past and more fearful of death... Nevertheless, these two things — memory and death — form and frame the archbishop-emeritus’s book.