By Adelaide Mena, CNA/EWTN News - Well I think this is a big day for religious freedom. I see much greater value in the guidance that been issued today than in the executive order on religious freedom from a few months ago, which I was very disappointed in, as you know. I felt that order was essentially meaningless. The guidance today I think is genuine and I think it is very likely to make a positive difference.
By Lisa Bourne, LifeSiteNews - Some are saying the Academy has “lost its way,” that the changes made by the pope “differ drastically” from its founding by Pope Saint John Paul II, or are an “attack” on the pro-life Academy’s mandate... the Academy is opening “new frontiers for debate,” he said, mentioning in particular the environment, immigration, and arms control.
By L. Joseph Hebert, Crisis Magazine - our faith teaches that “the sufferings of this time are not worthy to be compared with the glory to come”; that this glory, which “shall be revealed in us,” is ours in hope if we are “joint heirs with Christ”; and that this inheritance is ours when we “are in Christ Jesus,” and he in us (Rom. 8:1-18).
By Fr. Joshan Rodrigues, Aleteia - Though I was aware to a certain extent of the existence of the problem, the gravity of the situation eluded me until this conference. This was a huge eye-opener, and we owe it to our children and future generations to make the digital continent a safe and secure place for them. If your child has a smartphone, you need to be worried.