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As soon as the first sisters moved onto the church grounds in a rural region outside of Beijing, the babies started showing up on the doorstep. They were babies with severe disabilities, abandoned at a few months old, with no trace of the family who left them behind. China’s one-child policy was not enforced in […]
To clarify concepts, the external forum is the forum of public acts observable by others. In this forum, for example, a couple are married in the Church before a priest or deacon and two witnesses and they are deemed to be validly married until such time as one of the spouses dies or the marriage […]
Catholic Theology is the latest in Bloomsbury’s series that introduces the theological traditions of the major Christian churches – Anglican, Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Reformed and, now, Catholic – to those who want to learn more about their own faith, those wanting to understand better the rival but complementary theological traditions of fellow Christians, and those […]
Invited to give the Cardinal John Foley Lecture, named for the former newspaper editor and American Cardinal who led the Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Communications for nearly 25 years, Greg Erlandson set out the vital role of the often-unnoticed Catholic media in addressing a number of crises being experienced by the Church in that country […]
A 78-year-old Catholic priest trapped in his home was among those rescued as floods ravaged the north of England. Elsewhere, another Catholic priest organised the rescue by boat of an elderly parishioner left stranded when a river broke its banks. Fr John Gott was in the kitchen of the rectory of the Church of the […]
Cardinal George Pell has welcomed the assurance of Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri, general secretary of the synod, that there will be a paragraph-by-paragraph vote on final synod draft, saying he did not think many fathers would ultimately want to “on the other side” from Jesus and St Paul. The remarks were made in an extraordinary interview […]
Letters from the Synod Volume 11 – 12 October Reports and Commentary, from Rome and Elsewhere, on the XIV Ordinary General assembly of the Synod of Bishops. Edited by Xavier Rynne II NEWS …from and about Synod 2015 Widespread confusion over procedures and process continues to be one of the less attractive hallmarks of Synod […]
Letters from the Synod: Special edition 2 – 10 October Reports and Commentary, from Rome and around the world on the XIV Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops. Edited by Xavier Rynne II As Synod 2015 ends its first week of work, a crucial point of conversation and debate over the next two weeks is coming […]
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Doctors in New South Wales would be given the power to help kill their terminally ill patients if requested, under a bill introduced to State Parliament today. The Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill allows doctors to prescribe terminally ill patients with a lethal drug with which to kill themselves, and to “assist” the patient to die […]