Catch up on the latest blog posts from Fr. Marcin
A recent court case highlights ethical dilemmas for medics of faith.
The U.K. health service is posing problems for people of faith, says Ryan Christopher, the senior policy officer for ADF International: ‘The most difficult area right now is in obstetrics and gynecology or midwifery. We have seen people either leave NHS employment because of their … Read more
It is worth considering the English Resistance to the Tudor Terror in the hope that it will inspire similar holiness and heroism today.
One of the biggest mistakes that a student of history can make is to confuse the so-called English “Reformation” with its namesake on the continent. Whereas the Protestant Reformation in Europe was animated … Read more
Pope Francis will declare Blessed John Henry Newman, the 19th-century British cardinal, a saint Oct. 13. The British theologian will be canonized during a Mass at the Vatican along with a Swiss laywoman, an Indian nun, an Italian nun and a nun known as the “Mother Teresa of Brazil.” Born in London in 1801, John … Read more
The Vatican’s newly-released document “Male and Female He Created Them” affirms (once again) the Christian vision of the human person proclaimed and defended by the Catholic Church … Read more