Not long ago, a teen participating in Chosen, Ascension’s confirmation preparation program, read the following in their student guide: “The Catholic Church alone has the fullness of the means of salvation.” Similarly, in discussing other faiths, the program mentioned that…
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You couldn’t escape if you tried. Every media outlet, from the New York Times to the Irish Times, with USA Today and everyone else in between has been discussing the Met Gala. This annual fund-raising event and social gathering in…
“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.”
To begin with, who are Adam and Eve? In one of this blog’s most popular posts, Sarah Christmyer looked at the question of the two seemingly inconsistent creation stories in Genesis
Jerome began this process in A.D. 382, and was able to complete it in about two years, using many original Greek manuscripts, and comparing these to the Old Vulgate versions that existed.
Exactly one hundred years ago this weekend, on May 13, 1917, an event occurred which set into motion extraordinary occurrences which would change the world and essentially define twentieth-century Catholicism.
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