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The communist regime has a much clearer game plan than we have in the West

In 1612, a judge condemned 10 people to death for witchcraft. Was one of them a recusant Catholic?

For centuries, the Vatican has relied on the legal fiction of titular sees. Their history is more fraught than you might expect

Reports and Commentary, from Rome and Elsewhere, on the XV Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops

We are looking for someone to play a significant role in developing our digital operation

She may be far down the line of succession, but it is still wrong to exclude her for being Catholic

Reports and Commentary, from Rome and Elsewhere, on the XV Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops

The debate over the final wording of the document could prove even more contentious than the synod in 2015

The US Church needs transparency, and the disgraced archbishop must explain himself

The Pope also possesses the power to depose bishops, something he’s been reluctant to do so far