Category Archives: Morality

“Is the Catholic Church at all interested in listening?”

What one priest learned from listening to transgender Catholics James F. Keenan Jesuit Fr. James F. Keenan is Canisius professor at Boston College, where he is vice provost for global engagement and director of the Jesuit Institute. by James F. … Continue reading

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Sowing Seeds of Scandal

A Crisis of Credibility in the Catholic Church “Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened round his neck and to be drowned … Continue reading

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On examining the president’s conscience: Why the US bishops should scrap plans to exclude “pro-choice” politicians from the Eucharist

June 14, 2021 By John O’Loughlin Kennedy | Ireland Cardinal Luis Ladaria is undoubtedly in order with regards to the agenda of the upcoming meeting of US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), which will discuss drafting a document on whether … Continue reading

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Why do the American Bishops Ignore their Own Teaching?

They should PRACTICE what They PREACH For Instance, here are some quotes from the document and how the Church in America violates its own statements. Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship – Part I – The U.S. Bishops’ Reflection on Catholic … Continue reading

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Confession and Transparency equals the Truth

Cardinal Reinhard Marx’s Letter of Resignation 21st May 2021 Holy Father, Without doubt, these are times of crisis for the Church in Germany. There are, of course, manyreasons for this situation – also beyond Germany in the whole world – … Continue reading

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Abortion in the Old Testament seen as a dilemma for Christians

Part 1 This post is NOT an endorsement for abortion. Rather it demonstrates the confusion and moral dilemma surrounding the morality of such an action from the Jewish and Christian perspectives. It is mainly from the Hebrew Scriptures that the … Continue reading

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The Significance of Christ- Grace

In making the point about what he calls the “paradoxical Christian secret,” Baillie is seeking to describe the subtle differ­ence between the kind of goodness that is a response to the spirit of Christ and the kind that is mere … Continue reading

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