Choosing Life Together, after Dobbs

By Jordan Hylden  I came that they might have life, and have it more abundantly. — John 10:10 The late Bishop Thomas Shaw, formerly Bishop of Massachusetts and a respected voice for justice, delivered a ser... Read More...

Sacramental Discipline

By Sam Keyes When the news came that Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone had barred Speaker Nancy Pelosi from Holy Communion, I wondered how quickly Episcopal bishops would scramble over one another to declare t... Read More...

Hot Takes on Abortion Are Making Us Stupid

By Jonathan Mitchican The United States Supreme Court’s recent decision not to stop a Texas law that bans abortions after six weeks from going into effect has generated worry and ire from people you might not expect. The notoriously conservative Wall Street... Read More...

The Holy Innocents

By Daniel Martins The notion of "innocence" has an interesting range of meaning. At a literal and concrete level, it denotes absence of guilt or culpability in relation to a specific act or series of acts. O... Read More...

Abortion, Faith, and Clarity

By Douglas LeBlanc Catholic News Agency, as part of EWTN’s global media family, has a charism for making plain what is often obscured by political rhetoric. A recent example is a news report by Matt Hadro: “... Read More...

Life before Birth According to Scripture

By Jean McCurdy Meade While Christians adopt different stances on how to best address the morality of abortion, we should all bear in mind what the Bible implies about God’s role in conceiving human life by studying again the stories of our Lord and his pre... Read More...

On Justice

By Daniel Martins The brutal murder of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers on May 25 triggered an explosive response across the nation (and beyond) that has riveted attention on the issue of racism —... Read More...