A police officer warns demonstrators who support legal abortion that they would be arrested if they continued to block the path of pro-life advocates during the March for Life in Washington, Jan. 22 (CNS photo/Gregory A. Shemitz).
Donald W. Wuerl
Cardinal Wuerl: We live in a culture in which there are two very distinct worldviews that diverge on fundamental points.
In All Things
Donald W. Wuerl
Sometime ago as I stood at the back of a parish church following Mass greeting members of the parish a family approached and its youngest member a boy of about 5 asked me ldquo Why do you call us brothers and sisters You rsquo re not my brother rdquo I said to him ldquo There is a sense in
New Evangelizer: Pope Francis in Cagliari, Sardinia, on Sept. 22
Donald W. Wuerl
When I first read the substantive interview with Pope Francis in America, I was drawn by the pope’s openness, engaging style and repeated call to “go out” and meet people where they are. What is needed, he says, is nearness and proximity to those who are wounded.This certainly is a
Donald W. Wuerl
From Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl: the pastoral message the world needs today
Donald W. Wuerl
Bishops and theologians in the service of the new evangelization.
Donald W. Wuerl
Bishops, theologians and the new evangelization
Donald W. Wuerl
Renewing one's own faith is the first step to evangelizing others.
Donald W. Wuerl
Facing a crisis with confidence
Donald W. Wuerl
The Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People endorsed by the bishops at the meeting of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in Dallas on June 13-15 includes a pledge of “complete cooperation with the Apostolic Visitation of our diocesan/eparchial seminaries and relig