"I remember, even as a ten year old girl when I came to Malta for the first time, I was totally struck by the beauty of the churches" - Madeleine Carrington
"Although the churches are beautiful, we need to have faith and trust that...
Sally Read is an English poet, born in an atheist and anti-Catholic family. She cited Marx and supported euthanasia and homosexuality. While researching information for a new book, she met a Catholic priest and thus discovered that the Catholic Churc...
'The scandals that we are hearing about damaged the whole Church. This wound was inflicted on the body of Christ.' Fr. Aaron Zahra O.P. Help TLCM create more Catholic videos. Visit www.tlcm.com.mt/support
Katie Warner, Manager of Communication and Evangelization, Catholics Come Home, on Catholics Come Home Evangelisation Q and A, answers the question: How do I respond to those who bring up the Church scandals?
Now that the dust is settling a little (although likely to be stirred right back up again), I've been reflecting a lot on how we can move forward and what the takeaways are from the scandals in the Catholic Church.
The Catholic Church considers confidentiality in the confessional inviolable and has resisted governmental intrusion of the sacrament of penance for centuries. This documentary shows how the struggle continues in the modern era.
The U.S. bishops undertook various matters during their 2019 spring assembly in Baltimore that weren't related to the clergy sexual abuse crisis, but they said the scandal had to be their top priority.