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The Caesar Question: Where Does Your Ultimate Loyalty Lie? | Sojourners

The task for followers of Jesus is to respect the role of what government is supposed to be but make clear where our loyalties lie.
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Moral Theology

Destroying the papacy in order to save Bergoglio

In a recent speech, reported by the website wherepeteris, Cardinal Burke proposed yet another episode of his curious manner of dealing with the heresies of Bergoglio. 790 more words

Vatican II

How St. Augustine Invented Sex | The New Yorker

He rescued Adam and Eve from obscurity, devised the doctrine of original sin—and the rest is sexual history.
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Moral Theology

The Church's Stance on the Death Penalty

I have to say: the issue of the death penalty baffles me in the Catholic Church. How we pride ourselves on being a people of life! 380 more words

Franciscan

Call for Papers: Moral Theology and the World of Walt Disney

Editor: Jeremy E. Scarbrough (scarbrj@phsc.edu)

Theology and Pop Culture is seeking contributions for a potential edited volume on Moral Theology and the Musical World of Walt Disney, to be published by Lexington Books/Fortress Academic, an imprint of Rowman and Littlefield. 632 more words

Are Suicide Victims Without The Hope of Heaven?

Suicide impacts everyone. There is a suicide in the United States every twelve minutes, and it is the tenth leading cause of death!

Why one would resort suicide is a matter of debate and there is hardly a cut and dry scenario to pull from. 588 more words