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Judgment According to Pope Francis

Dorothy Day: “I never expected much out of the bishops.”

Bishop Lopes: “We All Knew”

Media outlets have picked up on this, stunned of the revelation that “everyone knew” about Cardinal Theodore McCarrick’s misdeeds: Lopes, the bishop of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of Saint Peter, said that McCarrick frequently visited his former seminary… Continue Reading →

Bishop Morlino’s Response to Sex Abuse Scandal

Dear brothers and sisters in Christ of the Diocese of Madison, The past weeks have brought a great deal of scandal, justified anger, and a call for answers and action by many faithful Catholics here in the U.S. and overseas,… Continue Reading →

Truth is Hate in the Empire of Social Justice

Stephanie Slade on Being Libertarian and Catholic

Stephanie Slade is Managing Editor at the libertarian publication Reason. She’s also a practicing Catholic. In an article for America: The Jesuit Review, she eloquently explains how that is not only possible, but it’s actually fitting. She explains how libertarianism… Continue Reading →

The Statist Catholic

The Catechism of the Catholic Church: Man’s Freedom

PART THREE LIFE IN CHRIST SECTION ONE MAN’S VOCATION LIFE IN THE SPIRIT CHAPTER ONE THE DIGNITY OF THE HUMAN PERSON ARTICLE 3 MAN’S FREEDOM 1730 God created man a rational being, conferring on him the dignity of a person… Continue Reading →

I Was a Catholic Once….

“I was a Catholic once,” said the lady a few yards from me in the parking lot. “Now I’m a Christian and you can be one as well.” She preceded to hand a tract to a gentleman standing next to… Continue Reading →

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