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The Solemnity of Corpus Christi, meaning the “Body of Christ” in Latin, is traditionally celebrated on the Thursday following Trinity Sunday or, in some countries including the United States and Italy, on the Sunday following that feast.
Catholic News Agency
After concluding its hearings, the tribunal said that it had unanimously determined that it was certain that Falun Gong is “a source--probably the principal source--of organs for forced organ harvesting."
Sunday Guide
Sister Mary Madeline Todd, OP
User’s Guide to Sunday, June 23: Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
Blogs
John Grondelski
Protected by the Supreme Court under the guise of “religious neutrality,” agnosticism and atheism have become the de facto established religions of public life.
Arts & Entertainment
Bree A. Dail
Marie Hain and Marie Miller have developed ‘Brillante,’ a camp that focuses on art, music and theater.
World
Solène Tadié
Father Bernardo Cervellera, editor of Asia News, discusses the political and spiritual dynamics in play in the pushback against the legislation, which would allow handovers to mainland China.
Commentary
Mark Banks
COMMENTARY: The 2019 Kantor Report found that ‘Jews in some countries feel they live in a state of emergency’ as violent incidents have increased throughout the world.
Catholic News Agency
The Catholic woman, who cannot be publicly identified, has been described as “in her twenties,” and is under the care of an NHS trust, part of the UK’s National Health Service.
Nation
Catholic News Agency
Pro-life groups have been calling for the business’ closure.
Catholic News Agency
In late February, the Trump Administration finalized the “Protect Life Rule,” which added new eligibility requirements for Title X fund recipients.
Steven D. Greydanus
Philosophical and existential mysteries weigh against moral problems in this unnecessary, inventive, fraught coda to Pixar’s great trilogy.
Joan Frawley Desmond
The scandal has led to Theodore McCarrick’s laicization and Vatican norms designed to hold bishops accountable, but investigations into an alleged cover-up continue.
The Editors
EDITORIAL: Illinois shepherd’s decree puts pro-abortion politicians on notice.
VOICES from the Blogs
Matthew Archbold
Matthew Archbold
Joseph Pearce
Shaun McAfee
Theresa Doyle-Nelson
John Grondelski
Guest Writers
Dave Armstrong
Angelo Stagnaro
Guest Writers
Sherry Antonetti
The Editors
Edward Pentin
Marge Fenelon
Susanna Spencer
Matt D’Antuono
Matt D’Antuono