Theologians say Cardinal Marx’s recent comments appear to contradict settled Church teachings regarding sexuality and don’t conform with the principles of genuine doctrinal development.
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Asked if same-sex relationships were permissible, the German prelate replied: ‘Yes, it’s OK if it’s done in fidelity and responsibility. It doesn’t affect the relationship with God.’
As the tensions deepen, moral theologians explain the well-established part of Church teaching and thought.
Father Mike Schmitz, the Diocese of Duluth priest who hosts the popular podcast The Bible in a Year from the Catholic publisher Ascension, has said that he had originally hoped to read both the Bible and the Catechism of the Catholic Church over a one-year period.
Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal and the convictions of the three men who killed Ahmaud Arbery have focused national attention on these interrelated issues.
Dagny Kjaergaard Knew What to Do When Storms Came — Stand Fast, Be Faithful, and Bear Fruit a Hundredfold
A remembrance of Dagny Kjaergaard, who played an unseen but decisive role in the composition of the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
Pressure Intensifies on Catholic Church to Change Teaching That Homosexuality Is ‘Intrinsically Disordered’
According to analysts, the continuing push to remove this phrasing from the Catechism of the Catholic Church is rooted in a broader campaign to legitimize homosexual acts.
COMMENTARY: One must respect the right of Rome to seek to abolish the death penalty, but one may also disagree as to whether this is a homogenous development of doctrine or merely a debate about circumstantial application of that doctrine.
Cardinal Walter Kasper released criticism of four-page public testimony of fellow cardinal.