A Chicago restaurant is offering up a burger garnished with an unconsecrated Communion wafer. The restaurant is getting mixed reviews. Love the idea? Hate it? Tell us why.
Should we ignore this particular organized faith as it is and start from scratch, or fix the broken aspects of what could be a great thing? Also, are you disappointed that Cardinal O’Malley was not selected as the new Pope? Watch the video to see how your neighbors answered.
If you want to know what an empty, meaningless political photo opportunity is look at Congressman Paul Ryan’s drop by at a food bank last week in Youngstown, Ohio.
A group of Catholic nuns have started a bus tour challenging the Ryan budget plan and its cuts to social programs.
The Boston Archdiocese newspaper The Pilot has pulled a column that suggested the devil may be responsible for homosexuality and the author has resigned.
Rain didn’t stop the Gay Pride Parade from marching through Boston, but a storm of controversy is canceling another LGBT event.
Debbie Rambo, President of Catholic Charities, tells listeners how her traditional upbringing influences her work today:
A thief took $150 dollars from St. Joseph’s Church in Belmont. The money was supposed to go to families in Haiti.
The state’s four Roman Catholic bishops are urging Congressional leaders not to cut funding for a program that helps low income families pay for heat.
NightSide’s Dan Rea shares his thoughts on a new app to help Catholics prepare for Confession.