On November 22, 1963--some fifty-three years ago--three famous individuals died on the same day. One, of course, was U.S. President JOHN F. KENNEDY, whose life was ended when a shot rang out from the Texas
Catholic priests may now grant absolution to penitents who confess to having procured an abortion. Let me explain: Yes, abortion is still gravely wrong. Abortion--having one, performing one, or paying for one--is a mortal sin
Good news today from the Thomas More Society in Chicago! The nonprofit public interest law firm has been helping the Missionary Sisters of St. Charles Borromeo in their fight against Club Allure, a strip club
The Second Vatican Council had not even been imagined in 1933, when German philosopher and theologian Dietrich von Hildebrand penned Liturgy and Personality. At the time, there was no such thing as Mass in the
Reflections on Faith, Family, and the Future of America
“Seasons of Grace” is a letter from my heart. From faith to family, from technology to travel, I’ll be touching on these topics and more—to quote an old and dear friend—through the lens of Scripture and the vantage point of my Catholic Faith. I look forward to talking with you!
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Kathy Schiffer is a correspondent and blogger for the National Catholic Register. Her freelance articles have appeared in Aleteia, Zenit, the Michigan Catholic, Legatus Magazine, and other Catholic publications. She’s worked for Catholic and Christian ministries since 1988, as radio producer, director of special events and media relations coordinator. Kathy and her husband, Deacon Jerry Schiffer, have three adult children.