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Category: Magisterium

Pope Francis, contraception, and the problem of ecclesial authority

It’s been reported (see here and here) that the recent text from the Pontifical Academy for Life (PAL), Etica Teologica della Vita (Theological Ethics of Life, Vatican Publishing, 2022), advocates among other things the disregarding […]

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Elizabeth: “God Has Sworn”

Fr. Peter M.J. Stravinskas: God’s promise to Elizabeth, like the promise to Mary fulfilled in Bethlehem, is our hope for Heavenly Jerusalem.

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Bonagura’s Catechism

Brad Miner: David Bonagura’s Staying with the Catholic Church is an ideal refresher or introduction to the most enduring Christian faith.

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Biden as an “Authoritative Type”

Hadley Arkes on our new Catholic president and the American clerics who enable his flagrant disrespect for the truths of Catholicism.

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Pope Peter defends the papacy while explaining its role and limits

You have to wait until the very last paragraph of Joe Heschmeyer’s new book Pope Peter: Defending the Church’s Most Distinctive Doctrine in a Time of Crisis to get his opinion of our current pope […]

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Pope Francis Oversteps the Papal Office

Fr. Murray on the pope’s endorsement of civil unions for homosexuals. Francis must repent of this declaration. It gravely harms the Church.

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How Students Should Learn, and How Teachers Should Teach

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The term “Magisterium” is a relatively new term that became prevalent in the past few generations of Church history. Before this, there was a distinction made within the Church Militant between the Ecclesia Docens (“Teaching Church”) and the Ecclesia Discens […]

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