Archive for August 25, 2023

Eucharistic adoration following the pope's Corpus Christi Mass June 14, 2020.?w=200&h=150

By Courtney Mares

Pope Francis: The Eucharist can fill ‘the wounds and voids produced by sin’

The pope said in the eyes of the world it might appear “absurd” to confront societal problems by praying on... Read more


By Kevin J. Jones

Ohio’s Issue 1 targets unborn children all nine months, Cincinnati archbishop says

Archbishop Dennis Schnurr warns that if the new ballot measure becomes law, it could harm women, families, and the unborn. Read more

Leonard Leo appears on "The World Over with Raymond Arroyo" on Feb. 2, 2017.?w=200&h=150

By Daniel Payne

DC attorney general launches investigation into prominent Catholic conservative activist

Leonard Leo, the head of D.C.-based consulting firm CRC Advisors, is currently being investigated by the Washington, D.C., attorney general. Read more

Australian Cardinal George Pell leaves after being released from Barwon Prison near Anakie, some 70 kilometers west of Melbourne, on April 7, 2020.?w=200&h=150

By Daniel Payne

Catholic Church loses bid to have abuse lawsuit thrown out in Australia

The Court of Appeal agreed with last year’s Supreme Court ruling, ordering that the father of the now-deceased alleged victim... Read more

Pope Francis meets with Hungary President Katalin Novák at the Vatican on Aug. 25, 2023.?w=200&h=150

By Courtney Mares

Pope Francis discusses family values, Ukraine war with Hungarian president

In the 45-minute meeting on Aug. 25, the pope and Novák spoke about the humanitarian situation in Ukraine and efforts... Read more

Jason Poblete, president of the Global Liberty Alliance and an expert on Central and South America, speaks with “EWTN News Nightly” host Tracy Sabol on Aug. 24, 2023, about the current situation in Nicaragua.?w=200&h=150

By Francesca Pollio Fenton

Expert on Nicaragua urges U.S. to ‘stop dawdling with the dictator’

“They want to wipe out Catholicism, eventually, from the public square. That’s their goal,” said Global Liberty Alliance’s Jason Poblete. Read more

St. Mary Cathedral in Cheyenne, Wyoming.?w=200&h=150

By Jonah McKeown

UPDATED: Wyoming bishop cleared of abuse by the Vatican dies at 91

The former bishop of Cheyenne, Joseph Hart, was accused on multiple occasions of sexual abuse of minors, but claims were... Read more

Nancy Tolentino, minister of women and vulnerable populations of Peru.?w=200&h=150

By Diego Lopez Marina

Peru congressman challenges gender ideology training for public employees

Alejandro Muñante has requested that officials explain in detail what is “the usefulness of the training, its legal justification ...... Read more


By Joe Bukuras

Poll: More than 8 in 10 New Jersey parents want to be notified if child identifies as LGBT

The poll also comes following national polls that indicate a rapidly rising number of young people identify as LGBTQ+. Read more

The National Parents’ Union in Mexico delivers 112,594 signatures to the Ministry of Public Education demanding that the distribution of school books that will be used in the 2023-2024 school year, which begins Aug. 28, 2023.?w=200&h=150

By Diego López Colín

Parents in Mexico deliver over 100,000 signatures opposing textbooks with gender ideology

The new school textbooks developed by the Mexican government have been at the center of criticism because of content biased... Read more

Parental and religious freedom rights advocates, including a group of Muslim parents, on June 6, 2023, protest a Maryland school system policy that removes parents’ authority to opt their children out of homosexual and transgender coursework.?w=200&h=150

By Tyler Arnold

Parents plan appeal as judge rules against opt-out right for LGBT curriculum in Maryland

Catholic, Muslim, and Ethiopian Orthodox parents sued the Montgomery County Board of Education after it changed its parental notification policies. Read more