Archive for March 2, 2024

Patient in a hospital bed. Via Shutterstock?w=200&h=150

By Jonah McKeown

Catholics express concern over eroding ‘brain death’ standards

The signers of a recent statement say Catholics ought to remove themselves from their state’s organ donation registry and create... Read more


By Francesca Pollio Fenton

Catholic priest finds kidney donor through parishioner

Pennsylvania priest Father Tim O’Sullivan found a match unexpectedly right in his own parish. Read more

Heritage Foundation researcher Emma Waters speaks to Prudence Robertson on “EWTN Pro-Life Weekly,” Feb. 29, 2024.?w=200&h=150

By Kate Quiñones

Experts warn of ‘inhumane’ treatment of embryos, ‘evil’ circumstances surrounding IVF

The Alabama Supreme Court sparked national debate on the ethics surrounding IVF following the court’s decision that ruled embryos are... Read more

Pope Francis poses with a woman and three children during a lunch in the Vatican's Paul VI Hall for over 1,000 poor and economically disadvantaged people on Nov. 19, 2023.?w=200&h=150

By Matthew Santucci

Pope Francis to the world’s children: ‘If we really want to be happy, we need to pray’

The pope asked children to pray the Lord’s Prayer “every morning and every evening, in your families too, together with... Read more

Pope Francis engages with a youngster at the inauguration of the 95th Judicial Year of the Vatican City State on Saturday, March 2, 2024.?w=200&h=150

By Matthew Santucci

Pope Francis opens Vatican’s Judicial Year, has aide read speech due to ‘bronchitis’

The pope’s remarks to the Vatican magistrates highlighted the virtue of courage, which he observed was at the very center... Read more

St. Michael's Media founder and CEO Michael Voris during an interview for local television news before the "Bishops Enough Is Enough" rally at the MECU Pavilion Nov.16, 2021, in Baltimore.?w=200&h=150

By Daniel Payne

Church Militant to shut down following $500,000 defamation lawsuit brought by priest

The controversial website will cease operations next month following a $500,000 defamation judgment against it. Read more