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Joseph O’Brien
The Church offers guidance on how to maintain the common good in society while also safeguarding individual liberties as a basis for any significant discussion about law enforcement reform.
Nation
Mary Rose Short
A pair of cases in Oregon highlights a problem that persists over conscience rights, even at Catholic hospitals, despite recent efforts by the federal government to enhance protections for such health-care workers.
Nation
Judy Roberts
Ralph Martin and Renewal Ministries have drawn attention to the 44-year-old prognostication, which now appears especially prophetic.
Nation
Joseph O’Brien
As June is traditionally the ‘ordination season’ for most U.S. dioceses, the guidelines from the Thomistic Institute on holy orders couldn’t have come at a better time.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
Part 2 of a Register series on why ‘small’ dynamics in parishes make them thrive.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
The Catholic Church in the U.S. is ‘super-sizing’ its parishes, but small parishes have some critical advantages in passing on the Catholic faith.
Nation
Colm Flynn
At 94 years of age, Dr. Melissa Freeman works each and every day, serving others.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
Church teachings condemning racism and upholding the dignity of every human person must be taken to heart, they stress.
Nation
Susan Klemond
One priest said he believes recovery from the riots has made the community stronger.
Nation
Colm Flynn
The sun was shining down on the walled monastic garden of the Most Blessed Sacrament Friary in Newark, New Jersey, as two men waited for a moment they have been working toward for decades.
Nation
Judy Roberts
Stay-at-home orders and other restrictions intended to prevent or slow the spread of the coronavirus have struck many Catholic apostolates at the heart of what they do, whether it is performing corporal acts of mercy or engaging in evangelism.
Nation
Patti Armstrong
What does it mean to become a priest at this time?
Nation
Susan Klemond
Family and friends offer peace to dying loved ones through prayers and spiritual care.
Nation
Jim Graves
Telehealth has grown dramatically since the onset of the pandemic, including in Oakland, California.
Culture of Life
Patti Armstrong
Despite social distancing, many elders have a good perspective of the situation, relying on faith, family and friends.
Nation
Sabrina Arena Ferrisi
Local priests and deacons tell the Register about the challenges they’ve faced ministering to their flocks during this painful period.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
The Pius XII Council 5295 is one of a number of councils being recognized for its example in how to keep parishes and communities connected.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
In one instance, 46 babies purchased by people from the U.S., Italy, Spain and elsewhere born through surrogacy are stranded in a Ukraine hotel-turned-hospital, as the country has closed its borders because of the pandemic.
Nation
Joseph O’Brien
As dioceses look to bring the Eucharist to the faithful, various guidance is available to bishops and pastors.
Nation
Susan Klemond
Agronomists receive an outpouring of support from consumers who are purchasing commodities, as small businesses deal with closures and other challenges brought on by the virus.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
Critics say the U.N. agencies are using this medical and humanitarian crisis as a pretext for pushing the abortion lobby’s international agendas.
Nation
Stephen Beale
U.S. sees mull the reopening process.
Nation
Celeste McGovern
Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, and Merck — front-runners in the COVID-19 race for a cure — are all manufacturing treatments tainted by abortion, but there are more ethical alternatives.
Culture of Life
Peter Jesserer Smith
Catholic couples who went ahead with their weddings, albeit on a small scale, during the pandemic have provided a powerful witness.
Nation
Jim Graves
Increasingly, U.S. dioceses are reopening operations.
Nation
Lauretta Brown
U.S. Attorney General William Barr has issued a memo instructing that restrictions that apply unfairly to religious institutions and believers remain unconstitutional during the pandemic.
Election 2020
Lauretta Brown
NEWS ANALYSIS: Biden’s presumptive nomination echoes the intense controversy that erupted in 2004 when John Kerry, another Catholic supporter of legal abortion, was the Democratic presidential nominee.
Nation
Kathryn Elliott
A look at the COVID-motivated boom in virtual ministry.
Nation
Peter Jesserer Smith
In a defining mission for the priesthood, younger priests backed by their bishops are giving comfort to those in need amid the pandemic.
Nation
Jim Graves
Formation continues online, as does raising needed funds to sustain the seminaries themselves.