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Did the Cubs have some help from above?

Some joked it was apocalyptic – the Cubs won the World Series in game seven with extra innings after waiting 108 years to make it back to the Series. Is it possible they had help from above? The Cubs team chaplain is Fr. Burke Masters, a Catholic priest who played college baseball at Mississippi State […]

Carpool karaoke video with priests goes viral

If you haven’t seen these carpooling karaoke priests yet, stop what you’re doing and spend the next 8 minutes absorbing the awesome. The video features Father Keith Romke (left) and Father Kyle Manno (whose facial expressions are the highlight) jamming out to Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake and Burno Mars – among others – on their way to a Catholic youth […]

Men try birth control, experience side effects, quit.

Birth control is supposed to be the thing that liberated women. We are supposed to be falling on our knees, grateful that science has gifted us with a whole gamut of options that can block our fertility, all at the low low cost of negligible side effects like depression, weight gain, loss of libido, the shrinking of […]

How Jesus photobombed Planned Parenthood on Google Maps

Google “Planned Parenthood – Denver Stapleton”, and you might be surprised at what you see. The first image that pops up with the location on Google Maps is a picture of the front of the clinic – with a Eucharistic procession taking place in front of it. The image, submitted by a user, is likely […]

The ‘people of the cross’ are taking back Iraq

The cross of Jesus is being lifted once more over many parts of Iraq, where for years Islamic State terrorists left a path of death and destruction. As a military campaign to rid the Mosul area of the Islamic state rages on, videos are surfacing of “the people of the cross” reclaiming their homes by raising makeshift wooden crosses over the churches […]

Why is the Pope going to Sweden?

On October 31, Pope Francis is traveling to Sweden in order to mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, but here at the CNA office, the announcement left us with an itching question- Why Sweden? Didn’t the Protestant Reformation start in Germany? What does the land of lingonberries and modular furniture have to do […]

Cosmo interviewed an exorcist. Yes really.

Your favorite teen magazine (just kidding just kidding just kidding) just published an interview with a real exorcist priest, and it’s actually a very interesting and thorough Q&A. Disclaimer: The above is a link to Cosmo. Some of the ads and language on the site are what my editor would refer to as “lusty smut.” Fr. Gary […]

Catholic Trivia? There’s an app for that.

Catholic trivia buffs and owners of Androids, lend me your ears. Five Australian Dominicans have developed a Catholic trivia app that’s going to have you dusting off your Catechism and your Code of Canon Law to school your friends in Catholic knowledge. Players start out as novices and work their way up through five levels […]

Karol and the King of Siam

A video released by Thai CatholicMedia shows footage of the country’s recently deceased King Bhumibol Adulyadej meeting with several church officials over the years, including now-Saints Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II (Karol Wojtyla). King Bhumibol Adulyadej died Thursday after suffering from poor health for some time. He had reigned over the Kingdom […]

Leaked emails show Clinton’s team should read a catechism

–By Addie Mena Washington D.C.- Oh anti-Catholicism. You’re always in vogue. And just what we needed to add to this wonderful election journey. Today, the anti-secrecy and disclosure site WikiLeaks released more than 1,000 emails as part of an ongoing leak of the hacked emails of John Podesta, chairman of Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Previously, Podesta […]