Catholic World Report - The prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) has urged the US bishops to be cautious about any national policy regarding the reception of Communion by prominent Catholics who promote abortion and euthanasia... But the CDF prefect, Cardinal Luis Ladaria, made a distinction between a national policy—which would require near unanimity among the American bishops—and policies set by individual diocesan bishops.
By Joseph Enders, Church Militant - Critical race theory (CRT) is being forced on Washington's K-12 educators... Over the weekend, Washington's Democrat governor Jay Inslee signed into law Senate Bill 5044 (SB 5044)... critics aren't buying it and petitioned the governor last month to veto the legislation. Others say bills like these are shrouded with Marxist language — language attributed to critical race theory, which teaches history through a lens of racial conflict ....
By Regis Martin, Crisis Magazine - More than a half century has elapsed since the murder of Martin Luther King. How did the nation react to his killing? The answer is easy. There was an immediate outpouring of near universal grief and outrage. And it was not limited to any particular race or political persuasion. Americans everywhere were horrified by what had happened and resolute in their determination to continue the struggle Dr. King had fought and died to advance.
By Msgr. Charles Pope - At daily Mass, we are reading the story of St. Paul’s arrival in Philippi and later of his arrest, beating, and imprisonment. It serves as a kind of metaphor for the radical nature of true Christianity and why it so perturbs many in this world. The Christian faith, its message, and the transformation it can effect can be very unsettling to a world that literally and figuratively “banks on” sin. Let’s consider this lesser- known story and see what it ought to mean for us if we take our Christian faith seriously and do not try to “tame” it.