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Category: Veritatis Splendor

Knowing your ‘why’

When I was a practicing therapist, I would often talk with my clients about “knowing our why.” Our “why” was the reason, or reasons, we told ourselves was the impetus for the actions, or inactions, we took in life. When we know our “why,” we can more clearly understand the “what” we must do to achieve this “why.” And our “what” always sends us back to our “why,” so that the process is circular in nature, as well as progressive.

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Throwing St. John Paul II Under the Bus

The Pontifical Academy for Life is no longer what it was under Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI.  Under…

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The Splendor of the ‘Splendor of Truth’

August of next year marks the 30th anniversary of the promulgation of Pope St. John Paul II’s magisterial encyclical on…

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Without the rules, love will not survive

Like a line out of Alanis Morsette’s nineties pop hit, “Ironic,” my birthday this year fell on Ash Wednesday. It was the first time, as far as I know, that the date celebrating my life on this earth coincided with the solemn day the Church reminds us of our mortality, and that, left to our own devices, we are merely dust.

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No, Cardinal Marx, the Church Cannot Bless Same-Sex Couples

Eduardo Echeverria: Given the Church’s constant opposition, no “blessing” can be found for homosexual couples within the context of Catholicism.

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