“Efforts to change doctrine after the Second Vatican Council were deeply misguided”
Will the SSPX’s return from exile be made easier by Francis?
The following comes from an April 26 Catholic News Agency article by Anian Christoph Wimmer: Pope Francis may soon offer the Society of Saint Pius X regular canonical status within the Church,
Bishop John Cummins speaks at Holy Names University
The following comes from an April 14 Holy Names University post: Bishop Emeritus John S. Cummins delivered a presentation about his recent book, Vatican II, Berkeley and Beyond, on April 7 in
Dear Father: please stop it
The following comes from a January First Things article by George Weigel: In all the sixteen documents of the Second Vatican Council, is there any prescription more regularly violated than General Norm
Not just a piece of furniture
The following comes from a January 8 Catholic News Agency article by Mary Rezac: When Bishop Robert Morlino arrived as the new bishop for the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin in 2003, he began
Vatican II and religious freedom: rupture or authentic development?
The following comes from a November 11 Catholic World Report article by Carl E. Olsen: One of the most contentious and heavily debated topics in the Church during and following the Second Vatican
Santa Clara University and Silicon Valley religious leaders sign interfaith statement
The following comes from an October 27 Santa Clara University press release: Fifty years ago on October 28, Pope Paul VI issued a proclamation Nostra Aetate (In Our Time) at the Second
When you’re the only one on the floor
The following comes from a July 12 Homilitic & Pastoral Review Magazine article by Father Regis Scanlon, O.F.M.Cap.: Some religious leaders in the Latin Rite are pressuring Catholics not to kneel at
Ascension Thursday… on a Sunday. Why?
The following comes from a May 13 Father Z’s Blog post: The liturgical celebration of Ascension by the Latin Church has become a little confused in recent years. In