Monthly Archives: August 2012

What if I disagree? Should I leave?

In Pope Benedict’s remarks this morning, prior to the Angelus, he reflected on belief preceding understanding for those who remained with Jesus after many others had departed because of the teachings they found difficult to comprehend.  He then added the following: Finally, … Continue reading

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Beginning thoughts to Chapters 23 and 24

The two beginning chapters of this third part of the USCCA, “Christian Morality: the Faith Lived,” are stunningly linked and timely given the current issues that make headlines in the news.  These are foundational chapters for the exercise of right judgment … Continue reading

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