Yesterday, Sherry Antonetti and I had a jolly time…

…talking about the Resurrection: [Read more…]

A reader has a question about Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus

He writes: how would you define the doctrine of Extra Eccelsiam Nulla Salus and what that means for non-Catholics or those who have left the Church? I respond this way: Just Exactly Where is the Church? Unam Sanctam is the sort of document that gives our Protestant brothers and sisters a real jolt, primarily because [Read More…]

The Prolife Movement has, in large measure, mutated into a heresy

Time was when being prolife meant “protection of human life from conception to natural death”. But the prolife movement, in large measure, chose to throw its lot in with a political movement that taught it to take one aspect of the gospel–protection of the unborn–and (as heresies do) turn that one thing into a weapon [Read More…]

Fr. Stanley Rother, first US born martyr…

…to be beatified this September.  A great hero and a great man. You can read his story–and the story of his martyrdom–here. [Read more…]

On the air with Sherry Antonetti at 5 PM Eastern…

…on Connecting the Dots.  Give us a call at 1-573-4BREAD4. [Read more…]

The Two Deadly Errors of Liberal Catholicism

…by the reliably sensible Bishop Robert Barron. Of course, you can see the deadly errors of conservative Catholicism quickly show up in the comments on the piece. [Read more…]

We’ve all been there

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On Friday, Doug O’Brien and I talked…

…about how much we owe our parents and about the Francis-hating Lie Machine at Liesite and Breitbart: [Read more…]

Watching a Rumor Solidify into a Lie…

and then become a “fact” for Trumpian consumer of fake news. March 7: Liesite News publishes a piece titled “Italian archbishop: Pope Benedict retired due to ‘tremendous pressure’“. In it, a retired Italian archbishop trades in the baseless claim that, despite his flat denial to the contrary, Benedict was forced from office by pressure from [Read More…]

The Duties of a Christian Citizen…

…are under discussion over at Catholic Weekly. [Read more…]