By Fr. Timothy V. Vaverek, The Catholic Thing - The Church in America is in the midst of a controversy over so-called “Eucharistic coherence.” The debate focuses on the duties of the faithful (especially politicians) in receiving Holy Communion and of the bishops in overseeing that reception. While the issue is vital, it’s symptomatic of a graver, half-century-old crisis that, like many family dysfunctions, remains deliberately unaddressed: pastoral incoherence.
By Steven Ertelt, LifeNews - Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards today signed a key pro-life bill to help women and save babies from abortion... The Louisiana legislature approved a handful of pro-life bills to protect unborn babies and mothers from abortion, including one informing mothers of the life-saving abortion pill reversal protocol... The Abortion Pill Reversal Disclosure Act (House Bill 578), sponsored by state Rep. Beryl Amedee, R-Houma ...
By Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture - St. Junipero Serra was a man on a mission, in more ways than one. He was obviously driven by a profound faith, and an unquenchable desire to share that faith, to give others the means of achieving salvation. Why did he work so hard? Out of love: love for God, and love for the people he met at all those missions.
By Kennedy Hall, Crisis Magazine - I imagine that most everyone has heard the term “woke,” a term that refers to a supposed state of enlightenment to the issues of our time. In a way, it is a bit of an amorphous term, and I have seen people of all political and religious stripes employ its usage. However, it is largely seen as a leftist term. In essence, if someone is “woke” then they are hip to the Marxist talking points and will seek to act accordingly.