Today’s Church is sadly wracked with corruption. We’ll talk to someone who has spent more than a decade investigating that corruption on what he has found and how he keeps his own faith in the midst of scandal.
Hallow, the popular Catholic prayer app, recently ran into controversy when it hired rabidly pro-abortion actor Liam Neeson. Yet this was just a symptom of its problematic monetization and celebritization of prayer.
The election of libertarian candidate Javier Milei as president of Argentina raises the question among Catholics: Can a Catholic support a libertarian? Or is libertarianism contrary to Catholicism, particularly Catholic social teaching?
All eyes in the Catholic world have recently been on Tyler, Texas. Today we’ll talk to a deacon of that diocese about what it was like to live as a Catholic in the Diocese of Tyler under Bishop Strickland.
Almost three years ago, to much fanfare, a new intentionally Catholic community was founded near Tyler, Texas. Since then it has faced growing pains as well as successes. What is the status today of the Veritatis Splendor community?
The Middle East and Ukraine are engulfed in war, society has become increasingly (and violently) anti-Catholic, and millions are leaving the Church; meanwhile, Church leaders are meeting together to talk about meetings. What is a Catholic to do?
The institution of marriage is under attack; in fact, in many ways it seems to be on its last legs. How have Catholic leaders failed in defending marriage, and how can Catholics rebuild our respect for this sacred institution?
The recent attack on Israel by Hamas has led many prominent voices in government and media to call for a substantial response, including an escalation of the conflict to include America and Iran. How should Catholics judge this conflict and America’s role in it?
The Synod on Synodality is in full swing, and so OnePeterFive Editor Timothy Flanders and Crisis Magazine Editor Eric Sammons will discuss what’s going on, and what practical things Catholics can do in response.
The current papacy has many Catholics wondering what level of obedience and submission is due to the pope’s various actions and statements, such as exhortations on climate change and synods contemplating radical changes to the Faith.
Fr. Dwight Longenecker has had quite a life. Brought up Evangelical Protestant, he attended the fundamentalist Bob Jones University. He eventually went to Oxford and became an Anglican minister. Finally, he was received into the Catholic Church and was ordained a Catholic priest.
Dr. Eduardo Echeverria (Professor of Philosophy and Systematic Theology) and Mr. Matt Gaspers (Managing Editor, Catholic Family News) debate whether Vatican II itself (and not just the “Spirit” of the council) fostered a sense of religious indifference among Catholics.
Cardinal Dolan recently wrote an article asking if Sunday Masses were too long. While taking a potshot against more traditional features of the liturgy, he also seems to completely miss the essence of what makes the Mass different than any other human activity.