While the Church teaches that capital punishment is not intrinsically evil, both Pope Francis and his immediate predecessors have condemned the practice in the West.
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A group of sociologists asked open-ended questions in interviews lasting an average of 75 minutes, mostly in-person, to elicit personal responses on the issue from Americans.
‘The Pope met with the parents of Beau Solomon, the young American student found dead in the Tiber during the past few days,’ a July 6 communiqué from the Holy See Press Office read.
COMMENTARY: Our families and parishes can become ‘domestic monasteries,’ where we live simply and consciously nurture the faith — and so take refuge from the encroaching deluge of societal breakdown.