We continue to operate under the scourge of COVID-19. Fortunately, there had been some lifting of restrictions which allowed for a more human and humane interaction. Unfortunately, what was temporarily gained has now been lost again.
Sociologists have published a paper illustrating social networks between bishops in two national episcopal conferences and around the former cardinal Theodore McCarrick who was laicized over credible allegations of sexually abusing seminarians and priests….
UPDATE: Ignatius Press will be publishing Pell’s prison journal and will have ebook instalments available for subscription or individual purchase starting Aug 17..There is a lot of goodness in prisons.
Bishop Robert Barron’s Instagram for July 4 features a quote from Italian Catholic activist Pier Giorgio Frassati: “To live without faith, without a patrimony to defend, without a steady struggle for truth – that is not
Both the bishop of Spokane and the leader of a Washington state Catholic Charities organization have spoken out about a controversial video in which the charity leader said that he, his organization, and the Catholic Church
In news stories about the Diocese of San Diego, Kevin Eckery is sometimes referred to as “Vice Chancellor” of the diocese. Sometimes as the “diocese spokesman.” But he has developed another reputation on
Bishop Michael C. Barber, S.J of Oakland, chairman of the Committee on Catholic Education for the U. S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), has joined a coalition of more than 150 interfaith and civil society organizations
San Diego Catholic Bishop Robert W. McElroy issued the following statement today after Gov. Gavin Newsom recommended that Imperial County re-institute stay-at-home orders because of the high rate of infection of COVID-19 there: