COMMENTARY: Something serious does seem to be afoot with this papacy that differs markedly from its predecessors, and that ‘something’ is a revolutionary change in moral theology.
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Since its refounding in 2017, the institute’s main focus is to promote the work of the family synods of 2015-2016 and Pope Francis’ document Amoris Laetitia.
The academics, who include the prominent American scholars Robert George, Scott Hahn and Janet Smith, call on the Institute heads to reinstate two professors they removed from their tenured positions.
The Supreme Court may take up a significant religious freedom question next term on whether a city or state can require religious adoption services to place children with same-sex couples despite their faith-based objections. This week on Register Radio we talk to Register Senior Editor Joan Frawley Desmond about foster care, religious liberty and the courts. We also discuss with Joan the ongoing crisis at the John Paul II Institute in Rome — is the Catholic identity of the iconic school in danger?
The Institute's president stresses the importance of looking at the ‘concrete reality of situations’ to find ways of ‘effective pastoral care.’
May clarified Catholic doctrine through his scholarship and challenged efforts to change Church teaching on human life and sexuality issues.
The influential pro-life teacher and defender of Catholic moral ethics died on Dec. 13.