In recent weeks, Cardinal Robert McElroy has argued that the Church’s pastoral practice needs to be reformed to be less ‘exclusionary’; Father Thomas Berg, a moral theologian at St. Joseph Seminary, says the Church is already well-equipped to provide pastoral accompaniment to those struggling with sexual sin.
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A May 22 referendum would amend the Republic of Ireland’s constitution to read, 'Marriage may be contracted in accordance with law by two persons without distinction as to their sex.'
'It’s truly astonishing that a group of self-proclaimed ‘prominent Catholics’ has become so self-absorbed that they believe they can demand that the Holy Father remove an archbishop because he refuses to sacrifice teaching Catholic values to children in our Catholic schools,' said local Catholic Eva Muntean.
In December, people at Disneyland were exposed to the measles virus, setting off a chain of infections that has now reached at least 87 people in seven states and Mexico.
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