Life Site:Call me sexist, but a man’s place is in the home-et varia

Catholic school board upholds pro-life motion, bucks pressure from Catholic teachers’ union

‘With this motion to ban donations to charities that support abortion, we are making sure the Catholic schools are walking the talk.’

By Lianne Laurence

Germany’s bishops approve Communion for Protestant spouses

Cardinal Marx insists there will be no requirement of conversion before receiving Communion.

By Maike Hickson

Papal advisor retweets call for Church to shut down EWTN unless they fire Raymond Arroyo

An ‘interdict’ is a severe canonical punishment.

By Claire Chretien

Catholic school student ‘accidentally’ immunized with HPV vaccine against parents’ wishes

After the Alberta Health Services nurses’ ‘unfortunate error,’ the boy’s mother said, « We are livid. This is NOT acceptable at all. A simple ‘oops’ isn’t going to cut it.’

By Doug Mainwaring

Catholic bishop bars pro-abortion U.S. senator from Communion until he ‘repents’

Durbin, a Democrat, recently voted in favor of late-term abortion.

By Claire Chretien

The Pulse

New Irish bishop defends unborn at installation Mass ahead of abortion referendum

Newly consecrated Bishop Brendon Kelly of Galway, Kilmacduagh, and Kilfenora did not mince words supporting the pro-life cause.



Call me sexist, but a man’s place is in the home

Until quite recently, a huge percentage of men worked, as we now say about a privileged class of telecommuters, “from home.” There are fantastically good arguments in favor of this arrangement.

By John Jalsevac


Cardinal Cupich’s revolutionary attack on Church teaching

One of Pope Francis’s favored cardinals seems determined to reduce the Church’s teachings on marriage and family to an inadequate set of possibly useful suggestions.

By Fr. Gerald E. Murray