The Vatican also published Thursday a general schedule for the October assembly, which will begin with an opening Mass in St. Peter’s Square on Oct. 4 and close with Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica on Oct. 29.
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COMMENTARY: As has been the case before, the president of the Pontifical Academy for Life often begins with the political situation and then sees where the Gospel and the Catholic Tradition can fit.
John Finnis to Pontifical Academy for Life: Church’s Infallible Teaching Against Contraception Is ‘Certainly True’
The renowned professor of natural law spoke last month at a Rome conference, convened in response to a recent Pontifical Academy for Life publication that challenged this teaching.
Why Are So Many New Pontifical Academy for Life Members at Odds With Church Teaching on Life and Sexuality?
Four recent appointees to the academy have broken with the Church on the immorality of abortion and/or artificial contraception.
Isn’t dialogue supposed to be in defense of the truths expressed in the natural law, revealed in Scripture and Tradition and taught by the magisterium?
A recent statement explains that Pope Francis nominated the members of the academy, who then made it through the selection process without any red flags being raised.
Mariana Mazzucato joins a growing list of members who hold views antithetical to the Catholic Church.
‘Taken Out of Context’: Pontifical Academy for Life Defends Archbishop Paglia’s Remarks on Abortion Law
The academy’s president said on Italian television, ‘I believe that at this point Law 194 is a pillar of our society.’ The Pontifical Academy for Life’s spokesman said afterward that the word ‘pillar’ had been taken out of context.
Back to the Sixties? Pontifical Academy for Life Pushes for Departure From Doctrine on Contraceptive Sex
NEWS ANALYSIS: The document breaks from five decades of post-conciliar papal teaching; its backers are urging Pope Francis to make its claims official.
‘The fact that a large country with a long democratic tradition has changed its position on this issue,’ said the president of the Pontifical Academy for Life, ‘also challenges the whole world’