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Pride, Ecumenism, Contraception, and Divorce
There is often a disturbing element of ecclesial pride, even arrogance, in magisterial discussions of the moral and ethical (and usually gender, sexual, and reproductive) issues over which the Roman Catholic church increasingly finds itself differing from other Christian traditions. … Continue reading
Posted in Catholic, Ecclesiology, Ecumenism Tagged contraception, divorce, marriage, peter, vatican 2 Leave a comment
Advise the Bishops about Marriage and Family Life
Among other things that have been going on while I’ve been too busy to blog has been the announcement of an Extraordinary Synod of the Bishops on the family to be held in October 2014, accompanied by a preparatory document … Continue reading
Posted in Catholic, Theological anthropology Tagged anthropology, catechesis, divorce, ecclesiology, family, humanae vitae, marriage, marriage equality, pastoral care, vocation 4 Comments