I thought it might be interesting to give a listen to this podcast that takes a look at the early attempts at evangelizing North America. Have a lovely day off, assuming you get the day off.
So one of the interesting thing about being a Catholic writer who has just published a book about Catholic Social Teaching is the readers you encounter. One of the readers who ordered my book works with this interesting apostolate, The Bethesda Project: Bethesda Project began in 1979 when Reverend Domenic Rossi and members of his
This was centuries after the death of Ruth Bader-Ginsburg and centuries before Trump got COVID and exposed scads of other people to it in his massively sociopathic way. During that debate, a number of things happened. So, for instance, Trump made clear that Roe means nothing to him and he was just as eager as
It’s the Pope’s new encyclical on the Church’s social teaching. And since right now I and a lot of people are grappling with the command to love our enemies while not pretending they are not our enemies, this seemed appropriate. Legitimate conflict and forgiveness 241. Nor does this mean calling for forgiveness when it involves
Writing for the BC Catholic, which is for British Columbian Catholics, not those born in the first century before Jesus, he says: Catholic Social Teaching has four pillars: the dignity of the human person, the common good, subsidiarity, and solidarity. In these conflict-ridden times, we need this teaching as much as ever. Catholic Social Teaching
Judging from the reactions I’m getting, I hold what appears to some to be wholly contradictory views of Donald Trump’s recent diagnosis with COVID 19. On the one hand, I firmly insist that the duty of Christians is to pray for his healing and recovery. I think it is wicked and sinful to gloat over