EWTN Launches New Website

EWTN, the Web’s largest Catholic content producer, announces the launch of a newly optimized, mobile friendly, thoroughly modern website, which allows viewers to easily access all of EWTN’s content across multiple platforms. Come see what the excitement is about at http://www.ewtn.com. Content such as EWTN’s On Demand platform, links to daily homilies, EWTN news, live … More EWTN Launches New Website

Catholic Men Write A Letter To The Holy Father And I am Reminded of My Hopes For Them

Everyone has heard, watched a news report or heard about the great scandal echoing in church halls these last few weeks. Whether we like it or not (and we probably should not like it!), we all need to learn how to give biblical correction to those who are in sin or in serious doctrinal error. … More Catholic Men Write A Letter To The Holy Father And I am Reminded of My Hopes For Them

Leadership Roundtable Catholics Respond to Abuse Crisis

Leadership Roundtable was formed by lay, religious, and ordained leaders in the wake of the 2002 sexual abuse crisis and we remain resolute in our conviction that healthy leadership and management leads to a healthy Church. The Catholic Church in the United States, and elsewhere, is at a precipice. The abuse and cover-up revealed by … More Leadership Roundtable Catholics Respond to Abuse Crisis

Cardinal Burke Addresses Clergy Abuse Scandal

This week Cardinal Raymond Burke addressed the new wave of clergy abuse scandal giving insights and observations as to how it needs to be addressed. In an interview with Thomas McKenna of Catholic Action for Faith and Family, Cardinal Burke discussed the recent scandals involving clergy and members of the hierarchy. When asked about what … More Cardinal Burke Addresses Clergy Abuse Scandal

Facebook CEO Admits They Made Mistake Blocking Catholic Sites

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the testimony of Facebook chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg before the Senate Commerce and Judiciary Committee on April 10 and the House Energy and Commerce Committee on April 11: Sen. Ted Cruz informed Facebook chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg that his company “has blocked over two dozen Catholic … More Facebook CEO Admits They Made Mistake Blocking Catholic Sites