Author: Mike Lewis

Want to understand synodality? Look to Africa

In the week following the USCCB’s General Assembly in Baltimore, during which the bishops promoted their “Eucharistic Revival” and finally passed their long-anticipated and much-debated document on Eucharistic coherence, the Latin American Bishops’ Conference (CELAM) held an unprecedented ecclesial assembly...

Want to understand synodality? Look to Africa

Coming Soon: Field Hospital Podcast

I am thrilled to share the news that beginning this February, Jeannie Gaffigan and I will be co-hosting a new podcast produced by U.S. Catholic magazine. The official announcement was sent out last night to the U.S. Catholic mailing list....

Coming Soon: Field Hospital Podcast

Support WPI on Giving Tuesday

Thank you for supporting Where Peter Is. As you know, we provide our content for free, we keep the site ad-free, and we try not to bombard you with requests for donations. But, sadly, running and maintaining this site is...

Support WPI on Giving Tuesday

Prayers to Saint Joseph

After finishing his catechesis on St. Paul’s Letter to the Galatians earlier this month, Pope Francis began a new catechesis on St Joseph, in honor of the Year of St. Joseph. In the last two weeks, Francis concluded his audience...

Prayers to Saint Joseph

The Godfather of Reactionary Priests

Today’s lineup of outspoken reactionary US Catholics priests with extremist, conspiratorial, and inflammatory messages (examples include Frs. Altman, Nix, Heilman, Pavone, Zuhlsdorf, Murray, Ripperger, Msgr. George Rutler, and Bishop Joseph Strickland), as well as their even more bombastic lay counterparts...

The Godfather of Reactionary Priests

What happened to Jim Caviezel?

Where Peter Is · What Happened To Jim Caviezel? I know it’s been a while since we’ve done a podcast, but we hope it’s been worth the wait. Recently, I got together with Jeannie Gaffigan and David Lafferty to talk...

What happened to Jim Caviezel?

Victory is near

A reflection on the readings for Sunday, November 14, 2021 — The Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time [Editor’s note: due to changes in schedule for our Sunday reflection contributors, we were left without an reflection today. For that reason, we’re sharing the...

Victory is near

A dose of reality from Cardinal Cupich

As we highlighted on this site on Tuesday, Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago wrote an article entitled “The Gift of Traditionis Custodes” for the PrayTell blog, in which he explained the reasoning behind Pope Francis’s decision over the summer to...

A dose of reality from Cardinal Cupich

Expression of Unity: Cardinal Cupich on Traditionis Custodes

Today over at the PrayTell blog, Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago has written an article explaining why Traditionis Custodes—Pope Francis’s recent document abrogating Pope Benedict’s 2007 decision to liberalize use of the pre-Vatican II Missal—is a gift to the Church. He...

Expression of Unity: Cardinal Cupich on Traditionis Custodes

Pope Francis reminds us that we are called to be saints

Today, November 1, is the Solemnity of All Saints, and, as in past years, Pope Francis gave a special noon Angelus address to mark the feast. Today, as he does most years, he spoke about the Beatitudes (Mt 5:1-12), the...

Pope Francis reminds us that we are called to be saints