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By Edward N. Peters
There is just one problem with the narrative of a pope kicking down a penal door locked against divorced-and-remarried Catholics: the 1917 Code did no...
By Eduardo Echeverria
"Ex Corde Ecclesiae" makes it clear that the educational philosophy of Catholic institutions of higher learning shouldn’t accept a separation of the i...
By Leslie Fain
“We can’t look to Washington to save us. We can look for them to help remove barriers to offer more options for teachers and families.”
By John P. McCarthy
What happened to weaken the religious enthusiasm of so many Irish?
By Rev. Peter M.J. Stravinskas
We have heard the Pope say over and over again that he is no theologian and that he doesn’t care much for theology, but it is exactly that attitude wh...
By Dr. Samuel Gregg
Six decades after the Treaty of Rome, the European Union is in deep trouble. But is the Catholic Church capable of helping Europe change course?
By John S. Hamlon
How Pope Francis sees moral history vis-à-vis marriage and family reveals much about which direction he wants the Church to take and at what destinati...
By Sister Renée Mirkes
The time to carefully examine the ethics of human-robot interaction is now—before it becomes “the new normal.”
By Carl E. Olson
Knights. Condoms. A forced resignation. Papal inquiry. Rebuffs. Tension. Another forced resignation. Papal intrigue. More tension. Germans. Confusion....
By George Weigel
A British writer claims Pope Francis “steadily filling the College of Cardinals with moderate pastors rather than doctrinal ideologues.” This is, of c...
By Fr. Mark A. Pilon
What we are witnessing today, following the publication of "Amoris Laetitia", is a radical adoption of the absolutizing principle of subjective judgme...
By Matthew Cullinan Hoffman
Working to overcome the divisions brought about by the Reformation and the Eastern Schism is laudable, but it must not come at the price of doctrinal ...
By CWR Staff
While the situation for Vietnamese Catholics has improved in recent decades, threats of violence, coercion, and harassment still exist.
By Dr. Paul Kengor
How many people were killed by Fidel Castro and his communist dystopia? Unfortunately, no one truly knows, akin to how no one knows how many poor soul...
By E. Christian Brugger
Chapter 8 of Pope Francis' Apostolic Exhortation is characterized by a false dichotomy between the objective and subjective realms of morality, contra...
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