‘Dismantle The Systems’: Catholic Nuns Call For ‘Full Inclusion’ Of LGBTQ Community On Transgender ‘Day Of Visibility’

A coalition of Catholic nuns released a statement Friday in support of Transgender Visibility Day in an effort to “celebrate, acknowledge, and uplift” the transgender community, according to the statement. The Sisters of Saint Joseph U.S. Federation, Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary of-the-Woods and Indiana and Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth JPIC office released … Read more

BRAVO! Bishop Baldacchino Denies Pro-Abort Politician Communion

New Mexico Democrat announced Saturday that his bishop denied him communion amid debate among Catholics and public figures over the reception of the Holy Eucharist by pro-abortion politicians. “I was denied communion last night by the Catholic bishop here in Las Cruces and based on my political office,” Democratic New Mexico state Sen. Joe Cervantes … Read more

Catholic Student Sues Florida State University After He Was Removed From Student Senate Over Black Lives Matter Texts

A student who was removed from his position as Florida State University student Senate president in June filed a federal lawsuit against the university Monday. Jack Denton was removed as president of the Florida State University (FSU) student Senate on June 5 for allegedly making transphobic, racist, and “anti-abortion” comments in private text messages, The … Read more

‘Complete Lack Of Catholic Instinct:’ Catholics React To Leaders Canceling Meatless Lenten Obligations Due To Coronavirus

Catholic dioceses have begun dispensing parishioners from their obligation to abstain from meat on Fridays during Lent. Another week dominated by news about the CO19 epidemic; another week without access to the sacraments. These are distressful times, and we are facing troubles that we could not have imagined, even a few weeks ago. As this … Read more

Seton Hall Investigates Allegations of Sexual Abuse of Seminarians Involving McCarrick

Seton Hall University began investigating allegations that Cardinal Theodore McCarrick and other priests sexually abused young men at two of its seminaries. University President Dr. Mary Meehan published a letter to the university’s website Wednesday, announcing that the school’s leadership authorized an independent review of allegations that McCarrick, while archbishop of Newark, and other diocesan … Read more