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Blessed Peter To Rot: Marriage as Rebellion

“Because the Spirit of God dwelt in him, he fearlessly proclaimed the truth about the sanctity of marriage. He refused to take the ‘easy way’ of moral compromise.”

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The Wisdom of Humanae Vitae and the Joy of Being Open to Life

The end of June every year marks two very difficult anniversaries for me. On June 26th, 1986, I was rushed into surgery to remove a tiny baby from my right fallopian tube. 1,190 more words


DT Podcast Episode 23 - Charles Curran

Welcome to episode 23! The latest installment of the Daily Theology Podcast features Mike Avery’s conversation with Dr. Charles E. Curran of Southern Methodist University. In their conversation, the two discussed Curran’s vocation as a diocesan priest and his initial skepticism towards being a teacher. 264 more words

Ethics And Moral Theology

I used to be pro-contraception

For most of my life I was pro-contraception. During my time on AOL (pre-internet, c. 1998?), I had online discussions about it, with those who held that contraception was wrong. 708 more words


The Rise and Rise of St Mary's University

Last night I was privileged to be able to attend the formal launch of the Benedict XVI Centre for Religion and Society at St Mary’s University, Twickenham. 1,072 more words

Church Life

3 Short Books for the College-bound Teen

We were always encouraged to read,
and had all the masters that were necessary.
~ Elizabeth Bennet

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