VAC 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

Our Catholic President

Stephen White reflects on the new Catholic President of the United States. “We have come to a point where Catholic political activism – both left and right – is at… Read More

A Catholic Moment

Stephen White reflects on the fact that none of the federal branches of government will be led by a Protestant– for the first time in American history. “Unfortunately, that Catholics… Read More

Crisis Episode 11: The McCarrick Report

In this episode, Karna Lozoya speaks with Stephen White, Executive Director of The Catholic Project at Catholic University, one of the creators of this podcast, and Ed Condon, editor at… Read More

Crisis Episode 10: Bishops’ Accountability

This podcast series keeps coming back to the question of bishops’ accountability. Are the reforms of Vos estis lux mundi being applied in the US Church? This episode features Cardinal… Read More

Faith and Flourishing in the Face of Childhood Sexual Abuse 

The Human Flourishing Program at Harvard’s Institute for Quantitative Social Science, The Harvard Divinity School, and The Catholic Project at The Catholic University of America present the inaugural, ionternational, interdisciplinary Symposium,… Read More

Biden and the Bishops

Executive Director Stephen White reflects on the controversy over President-elect Biden and the reception of Holy Communion. “Nowhere is the individualist strain in American Catholicism more manifest than in the… Read More

Christian Gratitude

Stephen White reflects on the virtue of the season: gratitude. “The beginning of trust in the providence of God begins with the loss of our sense of control. In this… Read More

VAC Interview: Sue Stubbs, Archdiocese of Atlanta

Please tell us a little bit about yourself.  I am a Georgia native! Grew up in Atlanta with my six siblings and went to Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of… Read More

John Paul II committed sins too. Just like all the other saints.

Over at America Magazine, Executive Director Stephen White reflects on the Pelagianism of those who call into question the sanctity of John Paul II because he made mistakes in his… Read More

Mistakes Were Made

Stephen White offers initial analysis of the McCarrick Report, released on Tuesday, November 10, 2020. “For those who don’t think clericalism has played a major role in the abuse crisis… Read More

Bishops’ Statements on the McCarrick Report

As of this writing, 44 US Bishops have responded to the Vatican’s release of the “McCarrick Report.”  The following is a list, in alphabetical order by diocese/ archdiocese. Albany, Bishop… Read More