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62 Catholic scholars and clergy send letter to pope Francis accusing him of "propagating heresies"

I’ve been posting updates on the “Amoris Laetitia” crisis just about every Saturday on my Weekend Roundup, but this latest development is too important to postpone. 367 more words


Strangers in a Strange Land

Strangers in a Strange Land, Archbishop Charles Chaput

The problem with any critique that compares current society to past society, from an ethical and moral perspective, is that it is indisputable that most people are not only… 1,673 more words

Book Reviews

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year A - The Lord is just in all his ways

A Catholic homily by Fr Guy de Gaynesford
Readings: Isaiah 55: 6-9, Ps 145, Philippians 1: 20-24, 27, Matthew 20: 1-16

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Third time's the charm...?

So – last Sunday, I finally met up with my Scottish Catholic lady for a first date! Which makes her the third person I’ve met up with in real life from CatholicMatch. 421 more words

Leave it to the Professionals

I’ve been fooled into thinking I can “do it all.” In fact, there’s an old adage that says “You can do anything,” and in a mile a minute world, we almost believe that if we don’t do it all, we are inadequate. 611 more words

Saint Linus

Saint Linus

Pope and martyr

Saint Linus was converted in Rome in the days when Saint Peter was preaching the Gospel there. This nobleman, originally from the city of Volterra in Tuscany, left his father and renounced his heritage, to practice with greater perfection the doctrine of Our Lord Jesus Christ. 311 more words

Saint Thecla

Saint Thecla

First Virgin Martyr
(† First Century)

Saint Thecla is one of the most ancient, as she is one of the most illustrious Saints in the calendar of the Church. 272 more words