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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Viganó’s critics and the end of history



“A Bloody Habit” artfully combines humor, horror and the truth about evil

By Dr. Kelly Scott Franklin on Oct 23, 2018 10:36 pm
When Bram Stoker published Dracula in 1897, he gave us a genre that—quite rightly—refuses to die. While earlier writers had dabbled in the vampire theme, Stoker’s novel codified it, and the bloodsucking Count Dracula has [...]
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Analysis: Will LGBT debate define the youth synod?

By Catholic News Agency on Oct 23, 2018 07:21 pm
Vatican City, Oct 23, 2018 / 03:40 pm (CNA).- As the fifteenth ordinary general session of the Synod of Bishops draws to a close in Rome, the proposed text of the final document is expected [...]
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Azusa Pacific U changes its policy on same-sex relationships—and then changes back

By Anne Hendershott on Oct 23, 2018 10:03 am
Claiming that the “culture of heteronormativity” at Azusa Pacific University has created “chaos, confusion, and dissonance” for the university’s LGBT community, Erin Green, a recent APU graduate, was determined to change that culture. Co-executive director [...]
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Archbishop Stankevics of Riga: “Let us move the accent from sociological issues to faith”

By Deborah Castellano Lubov on Oct 22, 2018 07:39 pm
After welcoming Pope Francis in Latvia some weeks ago, the Archbishop of Riga, Zbignevs Stankevics, is taking part in the Synod in Rome focused on “young people, the faith and vocational discernment”. In this recent conversation [...]
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Viganó’s critics and the end of history

By Brian Jones on Oct 22, 2018 07:20 pm
There has been much commentary on Archbishop Carlo Viganó’s recent bombshell letters, including from many who have strongly criticized both Archbishop Viganó’s motives and the contents of his testimonies. My interest here is to draw [...]
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A concise, accessible presentation on Paul VI, the Pill, and the Sexual Revolution

By Nick Olszyk on Oct 22, 2018 04:33 pm
MPAA Rating: Unrated at the time of this review USCCB Rating: Unrated at the time of this review Reel Rating: 4 out of 5 reels Reading Humanae Vitae in 2018 – fifty years after its [...]
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The Bland Inquisitor

By Nathanael Blake on Oct 21, 2018 10:25 pm
While reading Steven Pinker’s Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress I was comforted by the knowledge that I would be compensated for my opinion of it. Here it is: Don’t bother. Enlightenment [...]
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The Synod and six enchanting, problematic buzzwords

By Fr Nicholas Gregoris on Oct 20, 2018 06:56 pm
It comes as no surprise that the buzzwords – pastoral, mercy, listening, discernment, accompaniment and integration which swirled around the Extraordinary Synod on the Family in 2014, the Ordinary Synod on the Family in 2015 [...]
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No Cross, no Kingdom. Know the Cross, know the Kingdom.

By Carl E. Olson on Oct 20, 2018 09:00 am
Readings: • Isa 53:10-11 • Ps 33:4-5, 18-19, 20, 22 • Heb 4:14-16 •  Mk 10:35-45 “No pain, no gain.” The well-known saying became popular among exercise enthusiasts in the 1980s. It was a motto [...]
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