• In our May-June 2022 issue, we report on Pope Francis’ historic consecration of Russia, Ukraine and “all humanity” to Mary’s Immaculate Heart; editor Robert Moynihan asks, “What are Catholics experiencing?” since the promulgation of Traditionis Custodes – and three thoughtful writers answer; German journalist Michael Hesemann reflects on Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s remarkable life in the first of a two-part article on “The Light of Holy Saturday”; and sacred music composer, organist and YouTube host Aurelio Porfiri inaugurates our newest regular feature “Tradition and Beauty” with an analysis of contemporary “youth music” in church.

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  • In our March-April 2022 issue, we feature a series of contributors who each reflect on the character and influence of the Pope Emeritus, Joseph Ratzinger, who turns 95; James Baresel critiques Vatican liturgy head Archbishop Roche's views opposing the Traditional Mass; college president Michael McLean explains "The Tyranny of the Modern College Campus"; and some who knew her best say goodbye to one of the 20th century's great Catholic philosophers, Alice von Hildebrand.

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  • In our January-February 2022 issue, we present our annual "Top Ten People of 2021" – profiles of ten "people who refuse to let the darkness prevail," ranging from an American Lt. Colonel who struggled to save Christians in the last moments of the US pullout from Afghanistan, to the Swiss Guard who was fired for refusing to accept the abortion-tainted Covid vaccine. We also feature an interview with Traditional liturgy expert Peter Kwasniewski and excerpts from his new book, From Benedict's Peace to Francis's War; a review of the new book on the St. Gallen Mafia; and Dr. Gavin Ashenden, former Anglican bishop and chaplain to the Queen of England, explains his departure from the Church of England for the Catholic Church.

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  • In our November-December 2021 issue, we publish Vatican journalist Diane Montagna's new revelations about the Vatican document suppressing the Traditional Mass, Traditionis Custodes; Catholic economics author Thomas Storck examines the Vatican's recent foray into the UN's Conference on Trade and Development; T. Franche dite Laframboise explains why Doctrine is a "Treasury of Light"; and we celebrate Christmas with beloved St. Francis of Assisi.

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  • In our September-October 2021 issue, Inside the Vatican features a report on digital tracking of priests; a comprehensive "Dossier" on the motu proprio "Traditionis Custodes," restricting the Traditional Latin Mass; a moving reflection on the task of the liturgist by Professor David Fagerberg; and the "Message of the Icon" on Mary, offshoot of the "root of Jesse."

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  • In our July-August issue, Inside the Vatican features Bishop Athanasius Schneider's penetrating essay on the Mass; a report on Cardinal Gerhard Marx's rebuffed offer to resign; James Bertrand's interview with a researcher of the "Holy Fire" phenomenon; and a reflection by Anthony Esolen on the poetry of Scripture.

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  • In our May-June issue, Inside the Vatican reports on veteran researcher Joseph Marino's newest findings on the Shroud of Turin, and interviews the venerable "elder statesman" of the Church, Guinean Cardinal Francis Arinze. Canon lawyer Dr. Jane Adolphe discusses the appointment of women to Vatican posts, and in our lead story, Thomas Storck explores the Vatican's involvement in a council of global capitalist powerhouses.

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  • Inside the Vatican's March-April issue features an explosive interview with the former head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Cardinal Gerhard Müller; a sampling of opinion on the Pope's new directive that allows women lectors and acolytes at the altar; and an insightful reflection from Joseph Pearce on "Adopting God's Perspective in a Troublous Time." And to help you observe Lent, Holy Week and Easter, we bring you another signature Art Essay with inspiring passages from Popes, Fathers of the Church and Sacred Scripture.

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  • Inside the Vatican magazine January/February 2021 issue: A New Year with St. Joseph

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  • The November 2020 issue of Inside the Vatican magazine brings you a look at the Pope’s creation of 13 new cardinals — once again, in signature “Francis” form, from “the peripheries” of five continents...and this time, with a “particular accent on the sons of St. Francis.”  Francis’ new “mold-breaking” encyclical Fratelli tutti gets a critical reception from some Catholics, and a welcome one from others, as we feature a sampling of reactions to the Pope’s new 43,000-word document on the brotherhood of man. And Fr. Charles T. Murr, in our second installment, speaks at length with Kevin Symonds about the dramatic events he witnessed in the Roman Curia of the 1960s and 70s from his vantage point at the Vatican. ITV also covers changes at the Vatican’s finance offices; the return of Cardinal Pell to Rome; the call for a “neutral Lebanon”; and the first abuse trial within the Vatican itself. And Jan Bentz interviews veteran Vaticanist Edward Pentin on his new book, The Next Pope.
  • ITV’s October 2020 issue features a fascinating interview about the famous “Mother” Pascalina, who served the brilliant and saintly Pope Pius XII for 41 years. Also in this issue is a remarkable story of one of the early crusaders for legal abortion who became a Catholic--and spent the rest of his life working to undo the damage he and the organization he helped found, NARAL, had done. And veteran vaccine researcher Theresa Deischer explains what’s so very wrong with today’s unsafe vaccine development.

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