The Pope’s livestreamed address, dedicated to the theme 'We are children of God,' was the eighth in his cycle of catechesis on St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians.
Results from Tag: 'dignity of the human person'
BOOK PICK: The Fordham theologian and bioethicist calls for a countercultural Catholic ethos in ‘Losing Our Dignity: How Secularized Medicine Is Undermining Human Equality.’
COMMENTARY: Sport offers everyone — males and females — an opportunity to cultivate virtue, which provides a gateway for athletes to seek a life of holiness in union with the Triune God.
Pope St. John Paul II’s Timely Wisdom: ‘We Are in the Forefront Today of a Lively Battle for the Dignity of Man’
BOOK PICK: Reading or rereading ‘A Sign of Contradiction,’ from our historical vantage point, provides a fascinating reprise of the thought of John Paul’s pontificate.
Archbishop Cordileone Explains His Stance Toward Abortion-Supporting Politicians: ‘I’m Trying to Save Souls’
Speaking with the Register, San Francisco’s shepherd discusses his new pastoral letter on abortion, reception of Communion, and the actions of Catholics in public life.
Medical Doctor: Roe’s Overlooking of the Consensus of Societal Morality and Science Reverberates to This Day
BOOK PICK: ‘The Fake and Deceptive Science Behind Roe v. Wade’
Amid deeply polarized views on how society should respond to COVID-19, Catholic thinkers propose measured approaches that recognize the need for care of body and soul.
This kind of almshouse, coming from the Flemish tradition and based on deeply Catholic roots, could be a model for many Western countries that are faced with a deepening crisis in their nursing-home systems.