A Service of EWTN
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Vatican
Edward Pentin
The German journalist discusses Benedict XVI: The Biography
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K.V. Turley
Bishop Mark Davies comments, ‘This trial for the Church and the world will surely lead toward what is essential, and what is essential is Christ.’
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Susie Lloyd
Auxiliary bishop for the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, says, ‘God gave all of us a right to life.’
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Trent Beattie
Father of six John Scott is now ‘skating on thick ice.’
World
K.V. Turley
Bishop John Keenan: ‘Love of Mass, devotion to the Eucharist and a sense of the sacraments and feasts are undergoing surprising renewal.’
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Solène Tadié
French philosopher Pierre Manent discusses the harms of the modern ideology of human rights and calls for a return of natural law to restore social cohesion within Western societies.
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Kate Scanlon
Joseph Meaney, National Catholic Bioethics Center president, discusses what drew him to the field of bioethics and the work of the NCBC.
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Bree A. Dail
Jonathan Roumie credits his Catholic faith as the foundation of his portrayal of Jesus.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
The Register speaks with Dominican Father Dominic Legge, director of the Thomistic Institute, about its COVID-19 working group on the sacraments.
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Solène Tadié
Father Jean-Marc Fournier, who became famous worldwide for his bravery during last year’s Notre Dame Cathedral fire, discusses the first anniversary of the tragedy and how he is ministering to the faithful during the pandemic.
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Matthew Bunson
While Daniel Burke was on life support, his wife, Stephanie, also stricken with COVID-19 and under house quarantine, gathered the troops.
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Trent Beattie
Dr. Kevin Majeres speaks of the neuroscience of sanctity.
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Solène Tadié
In a new book, the British historian and social commentator Matthew Fforde calls for the creation of a brand-new service in the Church entirely dedicated to lonely people.
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Laura Dittus
Father Donald Haggerty, parochial vicar at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York, offers recommendations for prayer during this time of pandemic.
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Trent Beattie
Ambidextrous Pat Venditte is busy with two small children as MLB cancels games.
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Lauretta Brown
‘We know how important this issue is, protecting life, and we need to keep fighting,’ the outgoing representative counsels.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
Cory Howat, president of the #iGiveCatholic campaign, tells the Register that they have a stopgap solution for dioceses, parishes and ministries that need online giving now.
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Trent Beattie
William Heyer notes the force behind recent projects.
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Edward Pentin
Stephen Rasche discusses what he has learned from 10 years working in the Archdiocese of Erbil alongside Iraq’s persecuted Christian minority.
World
Solène Tadié
Msgr. Olivier Ribadeau Dumas, rector of the Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes, reminds that prayer is the most powerful and genuine way of gathering people.
Movies
Steven D. Greydanus
The Lord of the Rings actor — playing Ireland’s patron saint in a faith-based documentary in theaters two nights only — takes on topics ranging from Christian civilization and slavery to clerical celibacy and hearing the voice of God as a non-Christian.
Vatican
Edward Pentin
Capuchin Father Thomas Weinandy, a member of the International Theological Commission, discusses his organization’s latest document on the subject.
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K.V. Turley
Gavin Ashenden explains his decision to enter the Church: ‘It became more and more important to me to belong to the same Church as the saints to whom I had become close in prayer.’
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Victor Gaetan
An Interview With Archduke Michael Habsburg-Lothringen
Vatican
Edward Pentin
While he expressed gratitude that the document itself did not call into question clerical celibacy or recommend ordaining women deacons, he identifies a number of aspects that are problematic.
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Solène Tadié
Father Jacques Mourad, kidnapped by the Islamic State in 2015 and detained for several months, tells how prayer erased his fear of death and gave him the strength to never give up on dialogue with his jailers.
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Peter Jesserer Smith
Dr. Timothy Flanigan, a Catholic deacon and infectious disease specialist at Brown University, says Catholics and their parishes can take safe, practical action in response to the global spread of COVID-19.
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Bree A. Dail
The technologically savvy teen who died in 2006 focused his life on growing closer to God — and drew others deeper in faith.
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Solène Tadié
In an interview with the Register, Rod Dreher discusses the new totalitarian peril and the de-Christianization process in the West at an international conference in Rome.
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K.V. Turley
Meet Abbot Hugh Allan, pastor to one-sixth of the globe’s surface