• Friday Funny: Major Cave-In As Democratic Candidates Rush To Far Left Side Of Debate Stage

    A major cave-in occurred after all Democratic candidates scrambled to the far left side of the debate stage Thursday evening.  As the debate kicked off, Bernie Sanders immediately ran to the left. Not to be outdone, Joe Biden vaulted over him, demanding to be the one standing farthest to the... Read more
  • SCOTUS Won’t Revive Alabama Law Banning Dismemberment Abortion

    The Supreme Court declined Friday to revive an Alabama law that would ban dismemberment abortions. The state was forced to appeal to the High Court after a lower court ruled that its 2016 Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act, which bans so-called “dilation and... Read more
  • The Sacred Heart: Source of Our Prayer

    When we speak of Jesus’s prayer, it is legitimate to put “prayer” within quotation marks. (Benedict XVI did this in Volume I of his Jesus of Nazareth). It is done when we want to highlight the uniqueness of Jesus’ prayer. It was, after all, the human prayer of the Second Person of the... Read more
  • Fulton Sheen’s remains arrive in Peoria; sainthood cause resumes

    Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen’s remains have been transferred from the Archdiocese of New York to Peoria, Illinois, after three years of litigation, clearing the way for the former archbishop’s sainthood cause to go forward. Bishop Daniel Jenky of Peoria announced today that Sheen’s... Read more
  • Franco Zeffirelli’s Complicated, Catholic Life: What Does It Mean for His Art?

    Clerical sexual abuse of minors; sexual harassment and assault in the film industry; Catholic traditionalist and modernizing impulses; homosexuality and the definition of marriage; populism vs. elitism; strict anti-abortion laws: Somehow the life of Franco Zeffirelli, who died June 15 at age 96,... Read more
  • Learn More About Michigan’s Dismemberment Abortion Ban Petition Drive!

      UPDATE DECEMBER 2019 The petition drive target end date is Thursday, December 12. Continue collecting signatures until December 12. We project to finish with 363,000, which is above the legal requirement but 37,000 short of the goal. We need an adequate cushion to make sure we... Read more
  • Dr. Stan Williams

    Dr. Stan's mission in life is to discover and promote divine truth to those within his sphere of influence, and thus encourage society to live in cooperation with Natural Law and the truth of Christianity revealed in Roman Catholicism.   His Ave Maria Radio spots are sourced from the... Read more
  • Pope Francis ‘profoundly saddened’ at image of drowned migrant father and daughter

    Pope Francis expressed his "immense sadness" upon seeing the image of the migrant father and child who drowned in their attempt to cross the Rio Grande, a Vatican spokesman said Wednesday. “The Pope is profoundly saddened by their deaths, and is praying for them and for all migrants who... Read more
  • A ‘Good Catholic Kid’s’ Porn Addiction, and the Need for More Leadership

    I’m a cradle-Catholic. The middle child of 7 born to a Catholic mom and dad in the Midwest. Indiana, to be precise. Growing up, Catholicism was everywhere. We went to mass almost every day and, if we didn’t, it usually meant hell was freezing over. I was homeschooled K-12 and we used... Read more
  • Interpreting the Bladensburg Cross Case

    Last week, the Supreme Court decided the much-awaited Bladensburg Cross case, American Legion v. American Humanist Association. The case presented a constitutional challenge to a war memorial on public property in Bladensburg, Maryland—a 32-foot-high Latin cross erected 90 years ago to... Read more