The CCRL is devoted to combating anti-Catholic defamation and to bringing Church teaching to bear on issues of public debate
The closure of churches is depriving the faithful of the sacraments in the short term, at the most sacred time of the Christian calendar. Perhaps for this year’s Easter Triduum, let’s take a moment to place crucifixes in the front windows of our homes, or on our front porches, if possible. It would be an outward sign of our veneration of the cross, through which we come to the glory of the resurrection. Placing a candle in those places on Easter would be a further sign of the light of Christ.read more
Let us all join the Holy Father in prayer.read more
Less than five years since its inception, the federal government seeks to increase access to assisted suicide and euthanasia by removing alleged safeguards that accompanied the original legislation.read more
It’s easy to take the Catholic Church for granted today but without Christianity entering history we would have no social programs, no social conscience, no hospitals, no universities, no publicly funded schools, no social welfare, no safety net for the poor or disadvantaged.read more
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