The noble professions of motherhood and medicine, both being uniquely sacred in the creation, defense, and nurturing of human life, should be at the forefront in the effort of healing our national sin.
Up until the Second Vatican Council, the Church consistently taught that unity can only come about not when different sects put aside doctrinal questions but when non-Catholics give up their erroneous ideas and embrace the one true faith.
According to the John Paul II Academy, 'These scandalous episodes show that Cardinal Víctor Manuel Fernández does not have the necessary minimum qualities required to fulfil the role of defender of the faith.'
The pro-life movement lost a major advocate with the passing of Wanda Półtawska, a close friend of Pope St. John Paul II and survivor of horrific Nazi experiments at the Ravensbrück concentration camp.
Steven Mosher interviews Dr. Thomas Ward, president of the John Paul II Academy for Human Life and the Family, who warns that the upcoming Synod on Synodality could lead to a 'radical paradigm shift on Catholic morality on life and the family.'
No authority in the Church ‘has the power to transform this divine gift to adapt it and reduce its transcendent value to the cultural and environmental field,’ the renowned Guinean cardinal said about the priesthood.