Fr. Carter Griffen writes about the true essence of the debate on celibacy. "Priests are the mediators of a beautiful love story." Read more in this article from the National Catholic Register.
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Archbishop Michael Aupetit of the Archdiocese of Parish has asked priests in his diocese to celebrate Mass for Vincent Lambert after doctors ordered that he be denied food and water. Read more about the Church's response to this case in this article from National Catholic Register. http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/say-mass-for-vincent-lambert-paris-archbishop-tells-priests
Fr. Augustus Tolton was once a runaway slave, but became the first African American to be ordained a priest. Now he's on his way to becoming a saint. http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/father-augustus-tolton-former-african-american-slave-advances-toward-sainth
Instead of waiting for people to come to them, these priests in Monroe, Michigan go to where the people are by hearing confessions in the park. http://bit.ly/2Juo76C
On the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the World Day of Prayer for Priests, Cardinal Nichols of the UK talks about the genesis of the mission of a priest. http://bit.ly/cardinalpriest
Michele Chronister writes beautifully on Catholic Exchange about the need for priests not only in our Church but in our world. https://catholicexchange.com/the-church-needs-the-priesthood?mc_cid=99bcdde377&mc_eid=951cf42cae
Fr. Carter Griffin writes about the purpose and beauty of priestly celibacy. A must read! http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/the-beauty-of-priestly-celibacy
The fascinating story of how God called a young man to be a priest...despite his depression and addictions. Now his story is hitting the big screen. https://www.catholicweekly.com.au/from-hell-to-hollywood/
Patti Armstrong writes beautifully about how the holiness of priests affects the entire Church.
An incredible journey for one man and his family who simply chose to follow where Christ led.