Paul VI was right about the dangers of birth control

The contemporary crisis of sexual abuse extends beyond celibate Catholic clergy to denominations, such as the Southern Baptists, where leaders are often spouses with children. Our Sunday Visitor chaplain Monsignor Owen Campion traces the issue to our current “anything goes” philosophy of

Priest chaplains’ legacy of heroic service

Among American Catholic priests are heroes too often unsung: military chaplains. Through two centuries of warfare and peacekeeping, priests serving as chaplains in the armed services have been a lifeline for the enlisted. Our Sunday Visitor columnist Monsignor Owen Campion recounts the

It is good to see bishops address transgenderism

St. Mary’s College in South Bend, Indiana, is a school of higher learning with a long history of providing high-quality education. In mid-autumn, its trustees and administration announced that henceforward St. Mary’s will enroll men who present themselves as women — “transgender,”

Portland is leading the way in Catholic education

The Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon, led by Archbishop Alexander Sample, announced that it is putting its school system under the overall priority of evangelization. Somebody in Portland knows American Catholic history and the value of living the Catholic faith. Two and