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Links: A 'bitterly polarized' America; Cardinal Müller's interview; GOP's future

Michael Sean Winters: Politico offers roundup of responses to Roe v. Wade being overturned; Cardinal Gerhard Müller should be advised against giving interviews to LifeSiteNews; is Gov. Ron DeSantis the future of the GOP?

Catholic Theological Society of America resolves to divest from fossil fuels

CTSA committed to divesting from fossil fuels, saying the move follows the Vatican's lead and hopes to inspire its members to urge similar actions at their institutions in light of the "global environmental disaster."

Gay Catholic advocacy group DignityUSA prepares to host 25th national conference

DignityUSA, an advocacy group for LGBTQ+ Catholics, is gearing up for its first in-person national conference since 2019. The group will host "Proclaiming Our Vision: Church Transfigured" in San Diego July 8-10.

Francis, the comic strip

Francis, the comic strip: Brother Leo, Gabby and Francis will be taking a short summer break. 

Why nonsense stories about the pope resigning keep popping up

Thomas Reese: The pope has a lot of unfinished business, and I don't see him walking away from it. Some of his reforms are just now getting started.

St. Irenaeus—If then you are the work of God …

If then you are the work of God, await the hand of the artist who does all things in due season. — St. Irenaeus

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Vatican publishes slightly updated guidelines for handling abuse cases

Two years after posting online a step-by-step guide for how bishops, religious superiors and canon lawyers are supposed to handle accusations of alleged abuse by clerics and labeling it "Version 1.0," the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith has published an update.

Wake up!

Pencil Preaching for Tuesday, June 28, 2022

After court decision, it's time for widespread pro-life work, Vatican says

A truly pro-life celebration of the U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade would lead to cooperative efforts to pass legislation protecting life, women's rights and motherhood, said an editorial in Vatican News and L'Osservatore Romano, the Vatican newspaper.

Supreme Court sides with coach who sought to pray after game

The Supreme Court on June 27 sided with a football coach from Washington state who sought to kneel and pray on the field after games.