Traditionally the phrase “more Catholic than the Pope” was used to describe any person who relied on their own understanding of Christian, i.e. Catholic faith, rather than rely on the infallible teachings of the Catholic Church. 1,240 more words
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Four years ago we began this blog because we saw the need to add another authentically Catholic voice to the pre-election discourse, when the Catholic voice that dominated the mainstream media was coming from religious women who minimized the value of unborn life and aligned themselves with a very anti-life and anti-Catholic party. 739 more words
Imagine being surrounded by beautiful forest and undisturbed nature that stretches for miles, the beautiful blue eye of the neighbouring lake Albano,the many songs of the mountain, and a culture so rich in religion that the Pope himself decided to live there. 219 more words
They thought it would be funny to go into the club. It was a Saturday evening and we were walking downtown. As I fished around in my wallet for my ID, I could hear the strong beat of music that poured out past the bouncer, who waited with a flashlight and outstretched hand. 1,140 more words
Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Christianity and the Crisis of Culture (San Francisco, California: Ignatius Press, 2005).
“Accordingly, the refusal to refer to God in the Constitution is not the expression of a tolerance that wishes to protect the non-theistic religions and the dignity of atheists and agnostics; rather, it is the expression of a consciousness that would like to see God eradicated once and for all from the public life of humanity and shut up in the subjective sphere of cultural residues from the past. 802 more words