This week, Pew Research Center released a poll of over 4,000 individuals who had attended a religious service within the past few months. It asked respondents how often clergy had spoken out about various social and political issues. An impressive 64 percent of respondents reported that they had . . . . Continue Reading »
Those who want equal-opportunity employment for women in the Church fail to understand that the Church’s posture is not stubborn refusal, but rather humble obedience. Continue Reading »
I longed to see Einar at peace and was saddened to see Dr. Kurt Warnekros persuade a confused young man to become a guinea pig for his experimental sex-change operation. Warnekros may have made a bold advance for technology, but not for humanity.
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Catholicism comes without an escape clause: Once a person is baptized or received into the Church, there is no getting out. We blaspheme when we presume to undo the consequences of baptism by differentiating between “so-called Catholics” and the genuine article. Continue Reading »