Archive for August 22, 2022

Ann Wittman with Farid Wardak, an Afghan immigrant, in front of the house that the Wittmans purchased for the Wardak family in the St. Louis suburb of Affton.?w=200&h=150

By Jonah McKeown

In St. Louis, this Catholic rallies her community to treat Afghan immigrants ‘like Jesus’

By the time the Taliban captured Kabul at the end of August 2021 and began ruling with oppression, hundreds of... Read more

Cardinal Angelo Becciu.?w=200&h=150

By Andrea Gagliarducci

Cardinal Becciu ‘reinstated’ by Pope Francis?

Cardinal Becciu, who resigned from all positions and is involved in the Vatican’s historic corruption trial, will reportedly participate in... Read more


By Hannah Brockhaus

Theologian at Academy for Life claims one may dissent from Church teaching on contraception

The Pontifical Academy for Life has published an interview with a theologian who says Catholic teaching on contraception is open... Read more

Former archbishop of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Rembert Weakland kneels and prays as he is given a standing ovation of support after he apologized publicly for sexual indiscretions during a prayer service May 31, 2002 in St. Francis, Wisconsin. Weakland admitted to having a relationship with and paying $450,000 to former seminary student Paul Marcoux.?w=200&h=150

By Carl Bunderson

Archbishop Weakland dies at age 95

Archbishop Rembert Weakland, a Benedictine who served as archbishop of Milwaukee from 1977 to 2002, died overnight on Monday. Read more


By CNA Staff

Catholic Church in Argentina opposes legalization of euthanasia

There are currently four bills being considered in Argentina’s Congress to legalize euthanasia. Read more