faith and morals
British Supreme Court Rules Patients Can be Starved to Death Without Consent, Without a Court Hearing | LifeNews.com
this is equally not surprising and not good.
Oh Jennifer – such a good article. Thank you for writing this, in particular:
“I do not see women who display a blatant disregard for what their Church teaches.
Instead, I see women who love their Catholic faith, and who genuinely desire to live in accordance with its tenets.
I see women who have been bombarded by secular wisdom on human sexuality, yet who have never heard a detailed explanation of their own Church’s beliefs in this area.”
Worth the read, and worth a re-examination of policies that have created this mess.
What a phenomenal idea, addressing a real need in the Catholic Church!
What a timeless practice. It is an honor and a privilege to consider myself Catholic. Traditions such as perpetual adoration only solidify the love I have for the Church, and for Christ who has given us the Church as a direct care for our souls.
Oh, this is gold. Pure gold. Christ in action, through his brother priests. Thank you, Dominicans, for upholding the charity of our beloved faith!
Once again, Matt speaks truth in a simple and direct way that I appreciate about his writing. Worth the read for anyone, but particularly for those who struggle with commitment, and / or a constant feeling of inadequacy in relationships.
There are obviously other issues at play that can affect someone’s not-feeling-ready, but generally speaking a societal shift towards cohabitation and not-marriage is worth examining at it’s root; fear.
So proud of my faith and it’s representatives who act like this.
This child will have a good home. Pray for the birthmother.