Go, and Die for your People

Stephen White, director of The Catholic Project at Catholic University, writes about the recent news about Bishop Hoeppner of Crookston, MN and former auxiliary Bishop Binzer of Cincinnati: “The Church… Read More

Dioceses Marking April as Child Abuse Prevention Month

The USCCB and dioceses across the United States are marking April as National Child Abuse Prevention Month in various ways, including statements from bishops, packets from the office of safeguarding,… Read More

Not a Loaf, but Leaven

Stephen White of Catholic University reflects on recent polls about the number of Americans who are members of a church, synagogue, or mosque, and the number of Catholics in America.… Read More

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

The Catholic Project at Catholic University is dedicated, in part, to the prevention of abuse in the Church. The month of April is recognized as National Child Abuse Prevention Month.… Read More

What Covers a Multitude of Sins

Stephen White reflects on the gospel story of the rich young man in the context of the CDF’s answer to a question about blessing same-sex couples: “What the Church asks… Read More

Victim Assistance Coordinator (VAC) Interview: Courtney Chase, Archdiocese of Washington

About Courtney Please tell us a little bit about yourself. Do you have a family? Where did you go to school? I am a Washingtonian – born and raised in… Read More

The Gardening Animal

Stephen White of Catholic University reflects on the parallel between keeping a garden and Lenten penances: “In all of this, the garden is more than an allegory for harmony with… Read More

Victim Assistance Coordinator Interview: Mary Beth Hanus, Omaha

Please tell us a little bit about yourself. Do you have a family? Where did you go to school? I am the youngest of 3 and grew up in Omaha.… Read More

The Catholic Project at Catholic University, Two Years On

In his column this week, Stephen White reflects on his two years with The Catholic Project at Catholic University: “The abuse crisis has not created a greater need for lay… Read More

Spirit Fire Broadcasting Event by Abuse Survivors

Spirit Fire, the survivors’ organization led by Teresa Pitt Green and Luis Torres, Jr. is planning a global conference consisting of a monthly broadcast aimed to educate and inform people… Read More

Mercy, but about what?

In his column, Stephen White of Catholic University reflects on God’s mercy; the mercy that leads to freedom from sin. “One could say that Jesus’ interactions with the Pharisees were… Read More

Victim Assistance Coordinator Interview: Julie Sparacio

This is an interview with Julie Sparacio, who is the Director for Child and Youth Protection and also the Victim Assistance Coordinator for the Diocese of Santa Rosa, CA. Please… Read More