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On a Mission for the Unborn: Tens of Thousands Attend Walk for Life West Coast

By Mary Rose Short | SAN FRANCISCO — Tens of thousands of pro-life advocates thronged to San Francisco on Saturday morning to stand against abortion at the 16th-annual Walk for Life West Coast. Comprised...

To Save The World Save The Liturgy, Science Agrees With Jesus On What Leads To Happy Life, And More!

By Tito Edwards | To Save the World, We Have to Save the Liturgy, Wherein Fr. Z Rants – Fr. Z’s Blog +1 Science Agrees with Jesus That These Things Lead to a Happy Life – Cecilia Pigg at Aleteia...

Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re Elected as New Dean of the College of Cardinals

By Courtney Mares/CNA | VATICAN CITY  — Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re has been elected the new dean of the College of Cardinals with Cardinal Leonardo Sandri as vice-dean. Cardinal Re, 85, will...

Walsingham: Place of Pilgrimage Is Catholic and Ecumenical

By K.V. Turley | Walsingham is unique as a Marian place of pilgrimage in that it has both a Catholic and Anglican shrine. In fact, the 20th-century restoration of the medieval shrine that was destroyed during...

Francis X. Maier, Good Servant of a Good Shepherd

By Roxanne King | In the late 1970s native New Yorker Francis X. Maier made the decision to leave Hollywood screenwriting to focus on writing a novel, The World on the Last Day, about the fall of Saigon. To...

Listening In: 5 Stories That Lit Up the Internet This Week

By Alyssa Murphy | 5. Unborn babies may feel pain before 24 weeks. A new study out this week still tugging at the hearts of pro-lifers everywhere found that babies in the womb can feel pain much sooner...

Catholic Feminism and the Modern Woman in the Pew

By Elizabeth Pardi | Girl, Arise! By Claire Swinarski 128 pages, $14.95 Ave Maria Press, 2019 To order: avemariapress.com or (800) 282-1865   Although many Catholics nowadays assume the notion of a...

How St. Irenaeus Battled (and Beat) the Gnostics

By Father John P. Cush | In this last entry for the Register on the great Father of the Church, Saint Irenaeus, I hope to describe the primary heresy that he was combatting — Gnosticism. However, this is not so easy! Why?...

Maine Catholics Lead Pro-Life March to Augusta Statehouse

By Jim Graves | With heads tucked beneath hats and hoods, hundreds braved temperatures that barely made it into the double digits to participate in the Hands Around the Capitol rally in Augusta, the State of Maine’s capital...

Catholic Schools Week: It’s All About Getting People to Heaven

By Justin McClain | As a longtime Catholic teacher and writer of resources for Catholic schools, I always get excited around this time of year because of the annual celebration of the National Catholic Educational Association’s...