We all know that the Catholic Church is consistently attacked as being stuck in the dark ages because the Church refuses to recommend the use of condoms in preventing the spread of AIDS.
National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru talks about recent “bad news” for pro-lifers, claiming that polls show an downsurge in the number of Americans who define themselves as pro-life.
It was heartening for us to read the most recent statements coming from the Vatican, focused on the great gift God has given Catholic people in the reality of who is present in the Sacrament of Holy Eucharist.
In a Zenit news report, we read: “Archbishop Levada suggested that the synod, in its small-group discussions, debate the problem of Catholics ‘who do not understand why it might be a sin to support a political candidate who is openly in favor of abortion or other serious acts against life.'”
What a blessing it is to read a bishop’s statement that Catholics cannot be both Catholic and pro-abortion. What is even better is reading his words about the actual reality of sin.
The start of a new Supreme Court term is always a notable event in Washington. Pundits and analysts take a look at intriguing cases bubbling up from the various appellate circuits