Daily Archives: 23 May 2014

Crimes of Bishops and Lay People

CNS has two news bits of interest to abuse watchdogs and survivor advocates. One, the UN notices the Church is somewhat lenient on bishops. And we should get tough, according to them. Right after that Father Robert W. Oliver, CDF … Continue reading

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Dies Domini 64: The Day of Rest

I don’t doubt that many people reach the weekend, or even just Sunday, and their reaction to the week is a heartfelt “Whew!” For the early Christians, Sunday was just another day to work, to labor, or even to be … Continue reading

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A Lost Social Script?

An interesting article one of my staff colleagues sent me suggests that today’s college students are quite clueless about dating. BC philosophy professor Kerry Cronin offers extra credit in one of her classes that deals with ethics and moral choices. … Continue reading

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EG 182: On Social Questions

Evangelii Gaudium 182-185 will cover “The Church’s teaching on social questions.” These sections serve as an introduction to Pope Francis’ approach to two issues he believes are particularly pressing in today’s world (the inclusion of the poor in society, peace and … Continue reading

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