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Wednesday, June 6, 2018

When C.S. Lewis Befriended a Living Catholic Saint

When C.S. Lewis Befriended a Living Catholic Saint

Fr. George W. Rutler
 

When Luigi Calabria, a shoemaker married to a housemaid, died in Verona, Italy in 1882, the youngest of his seven sons, Giovanni, nine years old, had to quit school and take a job as an apprentice. A local parish priest, Don Pietro Scapini, privately tutored him for the minor seminary, from which he took a […]

How Amoris Laetitia Can Jeopardize the Seal of Confession

Jeffrey Tranzillo
 

Though I have written several articles about Pope Francis’s post-synodal apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia (AL), I am repeatedly struck anew, as time goes on, by its inexorably destructive implications. Despite AL’s generally good summary of Catholic teaching on marriage and the family, its moral subjectivism ultimately undermines not only the truths affirmed in the document, […]

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