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French bishops defend natural law, human dignity against ‘law of nature’

Apr 26, 2019

The bishops of France have published a new document offering a summary of the Church’s teaching on the dignity of... Read more

Cardinal Peter Erdo_

Cardinal Erdo: Democracy's foundations are 'shaking'

Jan 30, 2018

By Christine Rousselle

A Hungarian cardinal has said that free societies must depend on the wisdom of religion to address the moral and... Read more

"Reasonable Pleasures: The Strange Coherences of Catholicism" by Fr. James Schall. Courtesy of Ignatius Press.

Pleasure is part of the moral life, priest's new book details

Jan 19, 2014

By Carl Bunderson

“Reasonable Pleasures,” the latest book from scholar Father James Schall, examines the “valuable but subordinate role” pleasure plays and how... Read more

Pope Francis in St. Peter's Square before the Wednesday general audience, May 22, 2013.

Proclaim fullness of Gospel, Pope teaches in interview

Sep 19, 2013

In a new wide-ranging interview, Pope Francis called for Christians to “heal wounds” in society by sharing the entirety of... Read more

Dr. Christopher Kaczor and his new book

Book busts myths about Church teaching on hot topics

Sep 27, 2012

By Carl Bunderson

Dr. Christopher Kaczor's new book addresses some of the most widely-held myths about the Catholic Church and its teachings, tackling... Read more

Bishop Thomas Paprocki of Springfield, Ill.

Bishop Paprocki warns of 'intrinsic evils' in Democratic platform

Sep 27, 2012

Drawing particular attention to the Democratic Party platform’s support for “intrinsic evils” like abortion and “same-sex marriage,” Bishop Thomas J.... Read more