Eucharistic coherence

Springfield’s Bishop Paprocki says area Catholics are obligated to start returning to Mass

By Steven Spearie, State Journal-Register, June 10, 2021 All Roman Catholics across the Springfield diocese are obligated to attend Mass in person on Sundays and holy days of obligation starting this weekend, said Bishop Thomas John Paprocki. Paprocki's decision comes as Illinois Friday... read more

Signatories on letter opposing USCCB vote on ‘Eucharistic coherence’ include 5 cardinals, 6 archbishops

The Pillar, June 7, 2021 The signers of a May 13 letter which pressed the U.S. bishops’ conference to suspend its conversation on “Eucharistic coherence” include 47 diocesan bishops, five of whom are cardinals, along with 21 auxiliary bishops. The letter and signatory list, sent May 13... read more

Your Excellencies, Do You Even Believe?

By Jennifer Hartline, Crisis, June 3, 2021 The learned and the mighty have been weighing in now for weeks regarding the ongoing scandal of Catholic pro-abortion politicians, particularly Speaker Nancy Pelosi and President Joe Biden, and the question of giving and receiving the Holy... read more

In Persona Pelosi

By Paul Kengor, Crisis, May 18, 2021 “I think I can use my own judgment on that.” That was the assessment of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, a longtime “pro-choice” Catholic, when asked her reaction to U.S. bishops and the Vatican considering the question of whether... read more

Archbishop Cordileone: We Need ‘Major Effort’ to ‘Re-Catechize’ Catholics on the Eucharist

At their upcoming virtual spring meeting, the U.S. bishops are scheduled to deliberate and vote on whether to begin drafting a document on Eucharistic coherence. Catholic News Agency, June 7, 2021SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — The Archbishop of San Francisco said last week there must be a... read more