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A Response to Cardinal Kasper

In his address at the recent consistory Cardinal Kasper remarked that “between the doctrine of the Church on marriage and the family and the lived convictions of many Christians an abyss has been created”. Based upon this observation, the cardinal makes two proposals: a more generous widening of the procedures for investigating the nullity of marriages and, invoking the criteria of mercy, a dispensation to allow, in certain cases,...

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The Synod and Artificial Contraception: Time to Teach Humanae Vitae

The Synod and Artificial Contraception: Time to Teach Humanae Vitae

The questionnaire distributed by the Pontifical Council on the Family for the Synod on the Family to be held later this year asked whether or not Catholics are living by the Church’s...

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A Shepherd Speaks: A Pastoral Letter to Catholic Families

A Shepherd Speaks: A Pastoral Letter to Catholic Families

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,

Twenty years ago, Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta stood before the President of the United States, before senators and congressmen, before justices of the...

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Faithful Heralds of the Joy of the Gospel of Marriage

Faithful Heralds of the Joy of the Gospel of Marriage

This coming October Pope Francis will convene an extraordinary synod dedicated to the “pastoral challenges to the family in the context of evangelisation”. Interestingly, the Holy...

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The Synod and Marriage: The Deeper Issues

The Synod and Marriage:  The Deeper Issues

This October, Pope Francis will convene a synod of bishops to discuss marriage and family. Any good fruit from it will stem from the truths about marriage planted deep in the deposit of faith.

But...

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Why The Church?

Why The Church?
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FAQ: What about the Crusades?

FAQ: What about the Crusades?
Jesus is ‘the Prince of Peace’ (Is. 9:6). As St John Paul II said, war always represents a defeat for humanity. Yet the Church is realistic about the presence of sin in the world, including amongst her own members, which produces conflict. Thus, while individual Catholics may adopt a ...
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