Pope Francis has called for priests to be “pastoral rather than political” when faced with the question of who can receive communion. But what the holy father is perhaps unwittingly calling for is actually contrary to good pastoral care. At its heart it is a betrayal of the entire fold.
The statement “I don’t like abortion but I’ll defend someone’s right to choose it” is fundamentally flawed. That’s not my opinion, it is an objective fact
This is a question that has been discussed before Joe Biden, and will continue to be debated for the next four years of President Biden’s administration, and beyond. The question: Can we say that Joe Biden is a Catholic, given his vocal and active rejection of a core teachings of the Catholic faith—namely, and perhaps among other things, the Church’s teaching on abortion?
The Catholic churches in America are making faulty arguments in defense of our rights to attend mass. Here’s what they should be saying, and why.
Talk is cheap. Only actions have high value. That is universally true because talk doesn’t directly make change. Actions do. Talk I’m increasingly confused and frustrated by the Church’s modern rhetoric. Too often it seems […]
There is war afoot. It’s taking place within and throughout the Catholic Church. It’s a practical schism that threatens to lead to an actual schism. While we should be focussed on the real battle against the […]