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Results from Tag: 'cancel culture'
After meeting with representatives of the indigenous peoples in Rome and, now, in Canada, Pope Francis looked to the future.
A recent report published by a group of Christian institutions seeks to shed light and raise awareness on the deleterious impact of Christian self-censorship in all spheres of Western societies.
“As I have stated on other occasions, I consider this a form of ideological colonization, one that leaves no room for freedom of expression and is now taking the form of the ‘cancel culture’ invading many circles and public institutions.”
Oh, thank heaven for 7-Eleven’s reminder that we’re all human, and sometimes we mess up
The park is walking distance from La Placita, the Church of Our Lady Queen of Angels, the city’s oldest Catholic church, which has elements dating back at least to 1814.
“This outpouring of mercy cannot penetrate our hearts as long as we have not forgiven those who have trespassed against us.” (CCC 2840)
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.