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David Haas

Catholic music publisher vows investigation into Haas as allegations mount

By Christopher White, National Catholic Reporter, July 27, 2020 As allegations of serial sexual misconduct against Catholic composer David Haas continue to mount, a leading supplier of sacred music has vowed an investigation into how one of the church's best selling musicians' record of... read more

Ego Patricius: a Review of “I Am Patrick”

By Brad Miner, Catholic Thing, March 16, 2020 Is there a saint more Catholic than St. Patrick? Yet, as you probably know, the great Apostle of Ireland (and one of that nation’s patrons) wasn’t Irish at all but a Roman Briton, son of a decurion, the mayor/tax collector of the town (possibly... read more


by Stephen Wynne  •  •  September 30, 2019    New film 'brings to life' Cdl. Gerhard Müller's 2019 exhortation DETROIT ( - Richard and Stephen Payne of Arcadia Films, producers of the award-winning Saul Alinsky... read more

Vatican media expert Fr. Rosica under fire after he’s caught plagiarizing repeatedly

By Dorothy Cummings McLean TORONTO, February 18, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) ― Over the weekend, Catholic academics and media figures responded to revelations that Vatican spokesman Fr. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B. plagiarized parts of a speech he gave at Cambridge University this month. In the February... read more

Pope Francis slams Catholic media for ‘cruelty, exaggerated self-praise, the denouncing of heresy’

By Jeanne Smits January 29, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Catholic media that identify and condemn statements and actions not in line with Catholic doctrine are opposing the “centrality of compassion” and hampering evangelization in substance, Pope Francis told the bishops of Central America... read more

Covington Bishop Apologizes to Covington Catholic Students

Bishop Roger Foys issues apology for Jan. 19 statement that condemned the actions of some Covington Catholic High School students before all the facts were known. By Christine Rousselle/CNA, Jan. 25, 2019 COVINGTON, Ky. — Bishop Roger Foys of Covington, Kentucky, issued an apology Friday... read more

Covington Catholic: A Cautionary Tale for Our Times

EDITORIAL: We must challenge false claims that seek to defame and slander young people and maliciously attach the pro-life movement to racism and intolerance. The Editors, Jan. 25, 2019 The 46th-annual March for Life drew a crowd of more than 300,000 to Washington, D.C., under the theme of... read more

Communications Centralization and Leaks at the Vatican

COMMENTARY: The leaked letters of Cardinal Ouellet to Cardinal DiNardo suggest that a new era in Vatican media may be dawning, and it’s significant. By Father Raymond J. de Souza, Jan. 4, 2019 The year opened with a major shake-up in Vatican media — and another communications development... read more

Sexual Abuse Extends Beyond The Church

CATHOLIC LEAGUE FOR RELIGIOUS AND CIVIL RIGHTS November 20, 2018 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on sexual misconduct as a society-wide problem: Sexual misconduct is a ubiquitous phenomenon, sparing no institution. Moreover, it is hardly unique to our age. Yet by reading... read more


By Marco Tosatti¸ November 10, 2018 Dear friends and enemies of Stilum Curiae, I decided after reading it not to write a full-bodied instant-book published in recent days on the testimony of Archbishop Viganò. I do not really love the apologetic token - like putting the money in a machine, and... read more

Fr. Martin Unleashes Social Media Mob on Catholic Whistleblowers

By Austin Ruse, October 26, 2018 Catholic Church employee Aaron Bianco says he has “endured physical and emotional violence” at the hands of Catholic laymen, watchdog groups, and media outlets. Specifically, he charges Church Militant and LifeSite News with slashing the tires of his car,... read more

The Clericalist Syndrome