"Use your brain" is a maxim often heard, but often resented.
A deeper examination of Pope St. John Paul II's "Veritatis Splendor" will illustrate how some interpretations of "Amoris Laetitia" are incompatible with the Catholic Church's moral tradition.
Suddenly, in the course of a minor Internet thread, I was face to face with my own intrinsic disorder.
In the contemporary discussion on what constitutes the essence of morality and how it can be recognized, the question of conscience has become paramount especially in the field of Catholic moral theology.
When William F. Buckley, Jr., was asked why he slouched so much, he said it was because he was bent under the weight of all the wisdom he carried.
G.K. Chesterton, the wondrous apostle of sanity explains why, as he grew into adulthood, his belief in Santa Claus increased:
Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI made a wonderful statement this week which I have been able to find through such obscure media as the Rorate Caeli website.
The last thing many people want to hear today, and somehow know that they do not dare to hear, is how everything is related to Christ.
In France over recent weeks the whole country has been debating the role of religion and the state.