Amid a spike of cases and concerns about the Delta variant, some U.S. bishops oppose a religious exemption, yet ethics experts caution against mandates.
Concerns raised with ‘Traditionis Custodes’ (Guardians of the Tradition) released July 16 include questions regarding the premises on which it is based and distress over its treatment of Catholics who have sought to remain faithful to the Church even as they have struggled with liturgical and other reforms.
Several advocates of the extraordinary form of Mass discuss the good fruits they say come from its continued liturgical practice.
“I’m going to love you and relate to you, but at the same time show you why I believe what I believe.”
Jesuit Father Robert McTeigue’s Radio Apostolate: Faithfully Proclaiming Christ in a Cancel Culture Context
‘The Catholic Current’ is breathing fresh air into a media milieu rife with click-bait headlines and sensationalized content.
The recent growth among evangelical Protestants of the practice, which allows students to be taken out public schools for offsite religious instruction, is raising concerns that it could draw Catholic students away from the Church.
Increasingly, major online platforms are targeting anyone attempting to post information that does not fit mainstream narratives about COVID-19, gender and other issues.
According to critics, such provisions amount to forced vaccinations that will violate privacy and civil liberties and undermine trust in public-health authorities.
Just as they did in 1968, Catholic dissidents push alternate narrative ahead of official Church teaching.
Experts tell the Register that the tragedy of the death and suffering the health crisis has inflicted on U.S. seniors spotlights the need to implement new models that can better protect their health and dignity.