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Lauretta Brown
Speaking with the Register during the USCCB’s fall assembly, Philadelphia’s shepherd addresses a number of key current issues — and the selection of his former auxiliary as the new USCCB president.
World
Victor Gaetan
Deputy foreign minister says his country, the homeland of John Paul II, stands for the rights of the oppressed.
In Person
Joan Frawley Desmond
San Francisco shepherd expounds on the soul-transforming power of beauty.
In Person
Kathy Schiffer
Father John Riccardo, executive director of ACTS XXIX, offers three ‘principles’ for effective renewal.
In Person
K.V. Turley
An interview with a London priest who battles the devil.
World
Lauretta Brown
Cardinal Berhaneyesus Demerew Souraphiel: ‘True peace comes from God and from the heart of each one of us dedicated to peace.’
World
Victor Gaetan
The powerful family faith story continues in today’s generation.
In Person
Doug Keck/EWTN
Cardinal discusses the gift of priestly celibacy in his new book.
In Person
Bree A. Dail
Arcadia Films released a documentary of the cardinal’s ‘Manifesto of Faith’ Oct. 1.
In Person
Solène Tadié
The author and political analyst said that Newman’s canonization should remind the fathers at the Pan-Amazon Synod that doctrinal development is not a break with tradition.
In Person
K.V. Turley
Melissa Villalobos prayed: ‘Please, Cardinal Newman, make the bleeding stop!’ It did. Immediately.
World
Peter Jesserer Smith
Speaking from the front lines of this week’s Turkish invasion of northern Syria, a young Christian resident discusses the consequences of President Trump’s decision to pull American troops out of the region.
Vatican
Edward Pentin
‘What has been a major theme — and this gets tied not just [to] the Eucharist, but the larger sacramental life — is how can the Church have a ministry of ‘presence’ rather than a ministry of ‘visit’?” Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego said.
In Person
Edward Pentin
Seminary professor and author highlights Vatican II’s teaching that is often misunderstood.
Books
Joseph O’Brien
This October marks the 160th anniversary of Mary’s appearance in Wisconsin, and a local priest has penned a prayer book for pilgrims.
World
K.V. Turley
U.K. peer wants to stop abortion from being forced upon her people: ‘The feeling in Northern Ireland is very strong: Abortion is wrong.’
In Person
Edward Pentin
Venezuelan prelate discusses his hopes and concerns for the upcoming meeting and his nation’s continuing crisis.
In Person
Sue Ellen Browder
An interview with chaplain Father David Anderson
In Person
Edward Pentin
Exclusive interview with the prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments.
In Person
Joan Frawley Desmond
Training young men in machines, technology and the humanities.
In Person
Solène Tadié
Michel Picaud, president of Friends of Notre Dame de Paris, discusses his mission to help finance restoration of the beloved Paris church.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
Charlie Specht, a Catholic award-winning journalist, discusses with the Register the findings of his reporting about the wave of scandalous allegations now enveloping the Diocese of Buffalo.
In Person
Sue Ellen Browder
Dr. Robin Pierucci Says, ‘Love is real medical management.’
In Person
Joseph Pronechen
Franciscan Father Lucjan Krolikowski also knew St. John Paul II.
In Person
Solène Tadié
Father José Granados discusses the controversy over changes with the Pontifical John Paul II Institute’s new statutes.
In Person
Lauretta Brown
The former ambassador to the Holy See outlines her new role working for her former research assistant, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, as the chairwoman of the Commission on Unalienable Rights.
In Person
Trent Beattie
Thomas Wurtz explains Varsity Catholic’s genesis and mission via FOCUS.
In Person
Roxanne King
The Blessed Mother showed Luca Di Tolve the way to Christ.
In Person
Solène Tadié
Dominican Father Gérard Timoner, the first Asian leader in history of the Order of Preachers, discusses the challenges of his mission, as well as the contribution that Asia can bring to the Church, especially in dealing with the stakes and dynamics of the New Evangelization.
In Person
Edward Pentin
Following his return from a trip to northern Iraq, Father Benedict Kiely discusses their problems and what needs to be done to assist them.