“The church claims to be absolute. It also claims that a morally wrong action is always evil no matter the circumstances. The church says lying is a morally wrong action. It has also said at a different time that it’s okay to lie to save a life and even occasionally obligatory. So how can the church be absolute? Please explain.”
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Perhaps you’ve seen the Walking Dead? I don’t mean the TV series, I mean the actual zombies walking past, driving cars, eating food with glowing faces hunched over a device
Upon giving it some reflection, I can distinctly recall the first serious encounter I had with a philosophical idea. It was through a medium that generally leads to them, namely pop culture. If culture is the photo, then philosophy is…
The Dating Project, a one-day theater event, will be in select theaters April 17. The documentary examines why commitment seems so elusive for some. Get you tickets here. This article was first published on CatholicDigest.com. If you have a child or…
In this week’s readings for the Third Sunday of Easter, Jeff Cavins reminds us that we can go to confession for a clean start, as he reflects on the day’s Scripture passages.
“Wounds need to be treated, so many wounds! So many wounds! There are so many people who are wounded by material problems, by scandals… People wounded by the world’s illusions…”—Pope Francis
Last fall, inside a quaint confessional in a rural Wisconsin parish, a priest from Spain encouraged me to visit his home country to hike an ancient pilgrimage trail called El Camino de Santiago.