Part I: Catholic medical ethicists explain the Catholic tradition of double-effect theory and explore its ongoing impact on medicine and legislation.
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Catholic foreign-policy experts agree America has an obligation to help but differ on whether resettlement in the U.S. should be prioritized.
Out of 205 organizations, 63 were reviewed over “concerns that some of the non-financed activities and positions of international partner organizations might be in conflict with the Church’s social and moral teachings.”
COMMENTARY: Catholic leaders must explain why there’s no conflict between the Church’s economic teachings, and those on sexual expression. Both proceed from the Great Command to love God and neighbor, and both manifest an option for the poor and dispossessed, spiritually and empirically.
In time of canceled events, small printed materials are especially handy.
COMMENTARY: Now is precisely the time for homilies on abortion.
In a wide-ranging interview that discusses the Pan-Amazon synod and the Church in his home country of Germany, the cardinal says Western Christianity is experiencing a crisis of faith and spiritual leadership.
Phoenix shepherd addresses the abuse crisis and threats to marriage and the domestic church, at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast.