• EWTN News/RealClear Opinion Research Poll No. 4 Finds Catholics Support Judge Amy Coney Barrett for the Supreme Court

    A new EWTN News-RealClear Opinion Research poll finds that Catholic likely voters support the confirmation of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court by nearly 20 percentage points. Most also oppose questions directed at her faith, and there is overwhelming support for the... Read more
  • Polish priest, martyr and hero: Remembering Fr. Jerzy Popiełuszko

    When Communist officials kidnapped and killed Father Jerzy Popiełuszko, they likely did not intend to help create a Polish hero, martyr and future saint for the Catholic Church. Although the Communists had been trying to kill Popiełuszko in ways that would seem like an accident, they... Read more
  • Barrett hearings day 4: Witnesses praise judge’s ‘outstanding competence’

    A former student and clerk of Amy Coney Barrett praised the judge’s character on Thursday, during the Senate Judiciary Committee’s last day of hearings on her nomination to the Supreme Court.  In addition to witnesses in favor of Barrett’s character and competence, some members of... Read more
  • Addition of Cuba, China, Russia to UN Human Rights Council draws criticism

    A human rights group in Cuba criticized the election of China, Cuba, and Russia to the UN Human Rights Council, despite the history of authoritarianism and significant human rights abuses in each country. “The undeserved election of the Cuban totalitarian regime for a seat on the Human... Read more
  • Far-Left Activists Deny Chinese Oppression of Uighurs

    On Sept. 5, Margaret Kimberley, editor and columnist of the far-left Black Agenda Report, tweeted to her 28,000 followers a screenshot of a headline comparing the conditions in China’s Xinjiang to Nazi Germany. She wrote: “These are lies. There is no evidence of Uighur ‘concentration... Read more
  • Amy Coney Barrett Praised on Day 3 of Hearings: Pro-Life, No Apologies, No Partiality

    WASHINGTON — Sen. Lindsay Graham hailed Judge Amy Coney Barrett for her convictions and religious beliefs Wednesday morning, while emphasising her ability to be an impartial judge. Graham spoke at the opening of the third day of Barrett’s Supreme Court confirmation hearings before the... Read more
  • Barrett hearings day 2: Barrett faces questions on abortion, Catholic faith, race, and religious freedom

    Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett was pressed on Tuesday for her position on abortion, marriage, and health care, during her first day of questioning by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Barrett’s Catholic beliefs have been the subject of some scrutiny in the press in recent... Read more
  • Amy Coney Barrett Hearings Day 1: Healthcare and Anti-Catholicism

    As Senate Democrats on Monday focused on how Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett could rule on the Affordable Care Act, some comments drew criticism for apparent anti-Catholic bigotry. The Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday held the first in a series of hearings to consider the... Read more
  • Biden doubles down on abortion law pledge

    Former vice president Joe Biden, the Democratic Party’s nominee for president, repeated his pledge to codify a right to abortion into federal law should the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision be overturned by the Supreme Court. Speaking at an outdoor town hall event airing on... Read more
  • Urgent Nationwide Rosary for America on Oct. 7

    In our times that are more and more resembling the 1571 “Battle of Lepanto” being played out in various areas of society, and in numerous ways, several people and places are turning to the way that the Christian fleet at that time received the victory. In case we’ve forgotten, it was... Read more