Wednesday, September 6, 2017

What do all of the false Christs of our age have in common?


Two Englishmen whose lives were commentary on the question of conscience

By Stephanie A. Mann on Sep 05, 2017 06:05 pm
For Thomas More, following his conscience led him to martyrdom; for John Henry Newman, following his conscience led him to become a Catholic. [...]
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Ingrid’s virtual reality

By Bishop Robert Barron on Sep 05, 2017 05:18 pm
Ingrid Goes West is a telling and penetrating critique of the iPhone culture that has swallowed up so many young people today. [...]
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On ‘Christians’ and the ‘greatest Christians’

By Edward N. Peters on Sep 05, 2017 02:00 pm
Why Cardinal Cupich's remark that “some of the greatest Christians I know are people who don’t actually have a faith system that they believe in” is [...]
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Being the “poorest of the poor” with Mother Teresa

By Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle on Sep 04, 2017 05:22 pm
How Mother Teresa taught this wife and mother to see and to serve Jesus in everyone she meets. [...]
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Labor Day Lessons from St. Teresa of Calcutta

By Michael J. Nader on Sep 04, 2017 05:52 am
Mother Teresa teaches us that work must be based in love in order to be truly fruitful. This truth applies to all work, whether one [...]
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The Nashville Statement is part of an ecumenical “ecology of man”

By Eduardo Echeverria on Sep 03, 2017 07:00 pm
The major theme of the Nashville Declaration, what the Catholic tradition calls an “ecological conversion," is in complete accord with the Catechism of the Catholic [...]
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Tolerant of Libel? Turning the “Spotlight” on The Boston Globe

By Thomas J. Nash on Sep 03, 2017 05:37 pm
Veteran reporter Michael Rezendes makes several incorrect—even libelous—assertions in his recent remarks about the scandal of priests’ fathering children [...]
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What do all of the false Christs of our age have in common?

By Carl E. Olson on Sep 02, 2017 06:48 pm
On the Readings for Sunday, September 3, 2017 [...]
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The Catholic Church recognizes most of the world’s ‘civil marriages’

By Edward N. Peters on Sep 02, 2017 12:50 pm
Catholics should not be misled by thinking that “civil marriage” is not usually real marriage or think that any approval of “same-sex marriage” is consistent [...]
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On great exemplars of authentic manhood

By Thomas M. Doran on Sep 02, 2017 12:22 pm
False depictions of manhood as unconstrained self-will and manhood as dangerous or anachronistic are both closely connected to the belief that pleasure or happiness must [...]
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