There is No Equivalence
Published by Catholic Philly on Monday, August 10, 2015
Archbishop Charles Chaput, OFM Cap.
The deliberate killing of innocent life is a uniquely wicked act. No amount of contextualizing or deflecting our attention to other issues can obscure that.
Consistent Ethic of Life
John Cardinal O'Connor
The pope's climate change message is really about rethinking what it means to be human
Published by Vox on Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Because creation is the gift of a loving God, entrusted to us all for its care and maintenance, we are not free to simply do with it as we please. For Pope Francis, the world is most definitely not what we make of it; it's much more.
7 Things to Expect from Pope Francis' Upcoming Encyclical
Published by CatholicVote on Wednesday, June 10, 2015
The Church’s teaching on the duty to care for creation is not a “position” or a “stance” that exists in isolation. It flows from the revelation She has received from the Creator.
Marriage, Self-Government, and Civility
Published by Public Discourse on Thursday, April 23, 2015
Those suing to overturn state marriage laws are not merely asking the Court to recognize a new right. They are asking the Court to declare that the Constitution removes this issue from democratic deliberation.
Newman and Vatican II
Published by The Catholic Difference on Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Meeting the great challenges of our time, through the development of an evangelical Catholicism, lets the world hear rumors of angels once again.
Second Vatican Council
John Henry Newman
Fr. Ian Ker