Less than ten years after Anglican clergyman John Henry Newman converted to Catholicism, Pope Pius IX in 1854 issued the apostolic constitution Ineffabilis Deus, which declared, as Catholic dogma, that Mary, by God’s grace, was […]
Obedience in a Polarized Church – “Ten years have passed since I completed seminary and today’s seminarians find themselves in a very different situation as they consider a lifestyle of ecclesial obedience.” Priestly Obedience in […]
Margaret M. Turek, S.T.D., is Professor of Theology and Chair of Dogmatic Theology at St. Patrick’s Seminary and University. After studying and earning degrees at the University of San Francisco (where she studied in the […]
The doctrine of the Trinity is surely complex: three persons and one nature at a visceral level defies what humans think about being. How do those three relate? Are they co-equal? Are they co-eternal? What […]
Monstrance for adoration, stock photo. / Zolnierek/Shutterstock
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Did you know that there are several ways you can gain a plenary indulgence during Lent? It’s true! There are actually four ways you … […]