Results from Tag: 'justice'
‘May Blessed Rosario Livatino, the first magistrate beatified in the history of the Church, be of help and comfort to you,’ he told members of the High Council of the Judiciary.
During the presentation, he argued that the modern term “human dignity” is doing the work that justice should be doing and that the current definition of human dignity and its implications have puzzling limitations.
BOOK PICK: ‘Justice and Charity’
A June 9 press release from the Vatican said that “the Holy See welcomes the Moneyval Report published today and the invitation to continue on the path already undertaken.”
If Catholics forget these truths we will become like ”sounding brass, or a tinkling cymbal,” and we will be empty-handed and defenseless in the upcoming final battle.
COMMENTARY: If America fights injustice selectively it has not really begun the fight.
Taylor, 26, was killed March 13 in Louisville during a police raid of her apartment.
Cardinal Michael Fitzgerald, who lives in retirement in a parish in Liverpool, England, said that members of his religious community were following the worldwide protests after George Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis May 25.
In his homily, the pope compared the lives and circumstances of two women described in the day’s Mass readings: Susanna and the woman caught in adultery.