Person getting a vaccine
March 28th, 2019

In the wake of a severe chickenpox outbreak in Kentucky, a Catholic high school student was barred from playing on the school basketball team when officials discovered he was not vaccinated against the disease. Now he’s suing. Continue reading

Governor Andrew Cuomo
February 4th, 2019

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the controversial Reproductive Health Act into law on the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. It’s the Holy Grail of women’s rights for pro-choice groups. But according to the pro-life crowd, it’s more accurately compared to the “Death Star.” Continue reading

Catholic priests gathering to pray
January 2nd, 2019

Catholic bishops from across the U.S. are meeting in Chicago for a week-long retreat that will focus on the clergy sexual abuse scandal that continues to plague the Church. Sounds promising, right? Well, there’s a catch. The bishops have been forbidden to enact new policies, instead focusing on prayer as a solution. Continue reading

Catholic Priest in church
December 20th, 2018

The Illinois state attorney general’s office reported this week that Catholic dioceses neglected to report at least 500 priests and clergy members accused of sexual misconduct. Many are now wondering: what more do they know? Continue reading

Exorcism being performed with Catholic cross
November 30th, 2018

In a sign of the strange times we live in, exorcisms are enjoying increased popularity the in modern occult movement. A recent story in The Atlantic suggests priests from the Catholic Church are fielding more requests for exorcisms than anytime in recent history. Continue reading

The Nun poster
October 26th, 2018

Horror flick ‘The Nun’ hit movie theaters this fall, and some critics latched onto the demonic possession scenes in the movie as a metaphor for the plague of scandals infesting the Catholic Church. Continue reading

Rainbow flag being burned
October 1st, 2018

A Catholic priest has been removed from his Chicago parish after performing an exorcism on a rainbow flag, cutting it into pieces, and burning it with the help of like-minded parishioners. Did the church have a choice? Continue reading

Small crowd to see Pope Francis speak
August 28th, 2018

Disappointing turnouts across Ireland during Pope Francis’ recent trip has the Catholic Church on its heels. Will the ongoing clergy abuse scandal spell the downfall of the Church, or will Pope Francis find a way to right the ship? Continue reading

Black Catholic girl with dreads
August 24th, 2018

A viral video captures the moment an 11-year-old Catholic student is sent home because her hairstyle violated school dress code. The incident angered activists, who insist the policy is racially motivated. Continue reading

Pope death penalty announcement
August 2nd, 2018

In a definitive statement, Pope Francis has declared that the death penalty is wrong in all cases – no matter how severe the crime committed. Experts point out that this announcement will place U.S. officials of Catholic faith in a bind. Continue reading