Concerns raised with ‘Traditionis Custodes’ (Guardians of the Tradition) released July 16 include questions regarding the premises on which it is based and distress over its treatment of Catholics who have sought to remain faithful to the Church even as they have struggled with liturgical and other reforms.
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Increasingly, major online platforms are targeting anyone attempting to post information that does not fit mainstream narratives about COVID-19, gender and other issues.
Just as they did in 1968, Catholic dissidents push alternate narrative ahead of official Church teaching.
Experts tell the Register that the tragedy of the death and suffering the health crisis has inflicted on U.S. seniors spotlights the need to implement new models that can better protect their health and dignity.
Along with the controversy over use of vaccines with connections to abortion-derived tissues, other key questions include the right to refuse vaccines, mandatory vaccination, and distributing the vaccines fairly.
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.
Catholic Charismatic Renewal experts say that members of communities like the one associated with Amy Coney Barrett are ‘wonderful examples’ of how lay Catholics can live out their faith.
Educational analysts explain that Catholic and other private schools are a national benefit, and allow families the choices they need to provide the best outcome for their kids.