Joseph Ratzinger – the reluctant pope
'God’s Rottweiller' was actually a quiet, meek, retiring man
How to respond to the Dobbs leak
The Court has restored voters’ rights
The use of motu propio
JPII used 1 a year, Pope Francis 5 a year
Phil Lawler defends EWTN – where’s everyone else?
Dialogue as a one-way street
Last week I wrote about censorship, and how “discerning readers need to find their own trusted sources of news.” This week I’ll be a bit more specific, and say that Catholic readers (or non-Catholics interested in developments within the
Phil Lawler does some vaccine untangling
Bishop Taylor and Cardinal Cupich make easy targets
Beware ‘synodality’ coming from the Vatican
Plus 7-year plan to implement encyclical on environment
Will Archbishop Cordileone encourage civil disobedience?
"No options off the table"
Phil Lawler and Bishop Daly respond to Bishop McElroy
'If a third doctor proposes to hit you on the head with a sledgehammer, don’t kid yourself'
Phil Lawler: “Bishop McElroy’s argument relies on a transparent fiction.” Bishop Robert McElroy says that Catholics should not be single-issue voters. He packages a familiar argument—that abortion is not the