• Rochester bishop requested Fulton Sheen beatification delay, sources say

    The beatification of Archbishop Fulton Sheen was delayed at the request of Bishop Salvatore Matano of Rochester, according to several sources close to the beatification process. The bishop is reported to have requested the delay due to concerns that Sheen could be cited in the final report... Read more
  • Fr Perrone Maintains Innocence

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Name: Kolomjec & Associates, P.C. Contact: Christopher Kolomjec Phone: 248-347-4443 Email: kolomjecca@yahoo.com FATHER EDUARD PERRONE MAINTAINS INNOCENCE Novi, Michigan, October 31, 2019 – Father Eduard Perrone continues to maintain his innocence from the highly... Read more
  • US-born Alabama woman who joined ISIS is not an American citizen, judge rules

    A federal judge ruled Thursday that an American-born woman who traveled to Syria to join the Islamic State (ISIS) group and now wants to return to her family in Alabama is not a U.S. citizen. U.S. District Court Judge Reggie Walton dismissed a lawsuit brought by the family of Hoda Muthana to... Read more
  • Scientists call for ‘gradually reduced’ population to fight climate change

    A letter warning of a “climate emergency” signed by more than 11,000 scientists calls for a “gradual reduction” in the world’s population. The “World Scientists’ Warning of a Climate Emergency” was published in the journal BioScience on Tuesday, and was signed by 11,258... Read more
  • Relics of Canadian saints stolen from Quebec City’s Cathedral

    The Cathedral Basilica of Notre Dame de Quebec in Quebec City is working to replace relics of Canadian saints that were stolen after a break-in last month. Monsignor Denis Bélanger told CNA that on the night of September 11, someone broke into the cathedral by breaking a window. The money... Read more
  • How to Regulate Pornography

      A thirteen-year-old with a smartphone in 2019 has greater access to porno­graphy than the most depraved deviant could have dreamed possible two decades ago. At the time of the landmark Reno v. ACLU decision to permit online pornography in 1997, the Internet was still in its infancy.... Read more
  • Remembering Barbara Morgan

    Barbara Morgan was an  amazing lay evangelist who founded the Catechetics program at Franciscan University of Steubenville and was one of the most important lay catechists of the era. She passed away peacefully on September 3rd. On this page you can learn more about her life and her excellent... Read more
  • Cardinal George Pell: A Timeline

    Early Years 1941 George Pell is born in the Victorian town of Ballarat to an Irish Catholic mother and a non-practising Anglican father. 1960 Pell begins studying for the priesthood at Corpus Christi College in Werribee. 1966 Pell is ordained by Cardinal Grégoire-Pierre Agagianian,... 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
  • Bishops to Return ‘Gifts’ from West Virginia’s Bishop Bransfield

    BALTIMORE - Several bishops and other Church leaders have said they will return money given to them by retired West Virginia Bishop Michael Bransfield, who is accused of serially sexually harassing or coercing seminarians and young priests, while misusing diocesan funds on a lavish lifestyle and... Read more