Way too many textbooks on Ethics propagate hedonism, subjectivism, and utilitarianism as acceptable “ethical” positions.
Who Really Won the Civil War?
Three questions represent a search for truth about the Civil War: Who were the good guys? Who were the bad guys? Did the good guys win?
Untiring Sentinels of the Kingdom
Carthusians are strictly contemplative, with no public ministry, no visitors. They have only one priority and keep time in accordance with it.
Those Hurtful Ads!
Those NOR ads are presumably supposed to be satirical, but they're actually insensitive, judgmental, mean-spirited and hurtful....
Through the ages, great ideas have frequently found their expression in great works of literature, both fiction and nonfiction.
Muslims often claim that Islam is a misunderstood religion. This is partially true, insofar as many people do not understand the nature of Islam or what it teaches.
Biotechnology & Posthumanism
Technology may finally make us so unhappy we will begin to effectively criticize its consequences with the whole human good in mind.
The Trendy Atheists
Richard Dawkins and his ilk view Catholics as deluded faith-heads whose minds have been taken over by irrational superstitions.
Despite any attempts at reading the tea leaves of Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s past life, it's far from clear how he is going to handle becoming Pope Francis.
Same-sex marriage was the invention of the Emperor Nero, who had at least three such nuptials, one in which he played the bride.
The Problem of Evil
The Church is clear-eyed about the devil's existence and demands that we neither minimize nor exaggerate the danger he presents to our salvation.
New Age & Gnosticism
There's far more to this movement than the self-indulgent silliness of astrology, crystals, weird workshops, and the accompanying psychobabble.
Catholic Social Teaching
The same papal statements that criticize socialism also criticize capitalism, and for the same basic reason.
More than one quarter of kids have absentee fathers
Rising incarceration rates and declining marriage to blame
Pope: Exploiting women is grave sin against God
Laments how so many females are used and cast aside
Bishop: priests still bound by seal of confessional
New Australian law requires confessors to report abuse
Pope Francis: equates abortion with Nazi eugenics
Deplores rejection of unborn children with disabilities
All Irish hospitals required to perform abortions
PM clarifies this will include Catholic-run hospitals
Canadian LGBT 'rights’ trump religious freedom
Top court rules against Christian law school
Vatican reports lower seminarian numbers worldwide
Except for Africa, esp. in Uganda, Cameroon, Tanzania
U.K.: 500 priests sign statement on Humanae Vitae
Affirming Church's 'noble vision of procreative love'
Cdl. Parolin addresses international migration conf.
Emphasizes 'primary right' to remain in home country
USCCB appoints new members to Nat'l Review Board
Three experts in victim advocacy, child protection, law
Chile: Police raid church offices in abuse probe
Cardinal confirms cooperation with justice system
Argentina: Abortion bill passes House of Reps.
Vote is 129 to 125 in Pope's homeland; on to Senate
Trump Admin. derails abortion agenda at G7 summit
Canada's Trudeau formed council led by Melinda Gates
Irish PM: Catholic hospitals will do abortions
Says docs and nurses can opt out but not institutions
Holy Land Christian leaders sponsor Ramadan events
Month seen as chance for Christian-Muslim encounters
France: Floods cause evacuation of Lourdes shrine
River Gave breaks its banks, Grotto is flooded: pics
Spanish archdiocese welcomes shunned migrant boat
Cardinal asks local people to welcome the 600 Africans
Council of Cardinals drafts document on Roman Curia
'Change of mentality regarding transparency, accountability'
Cdl. Parolin attends global-elite meetings: Is this good?
Holy See typically avoids being part of 'restricted clubs'
Manila archbishop: Duterte's rhetoric sparks violence
Frequent 'verbal persecution' emboldens priest-killers
Papal diplomat lauds ‘truly historic’ Trump-Kim deal
Nuncio to S. Korea: 'We are full of hope and confidence'
Missionaries in Japan: Evangelization takes patience
'There are more Christians at heart' than who get baptized
Itinerary released for Pope’s Ireland trip in August
36-hour stay includes Knock shrine but not N. Ireland
Pro-lifers in Argentina make final push against bill
Legislators to vote on legalizing 1st-trimester abortions
Austrian leader threatened after closing 7 mosques
Crackdown on 'political Islam' expels up to 60 imams
S. Korean bishop: Prepare to evangelize North Korea
For 65 years, the Church there has been 'in total silence'
Philippines: Third priest shot in last six months
Fr. Nilo was killed while preparing for Sunday Mass
Fr. James Martin to speak at World Meeting of Families
Dublin prelate: His book has support of 3 U.S. cardinals
Court rules Fulton Sheen’s remains can go to Peoria
Illinois diocese prepares next step in his sainthood cause
AMA declines to reaffirm opposition to assisted suicide
Many see this as preliminary for widespread legalization
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