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Why it’s impossible for the Catholic Church to ever accept remarriage
the Catholic Church has been a moral monster worse than anything Protestants have ever imagined, for she will have been demanding for two thousand years a standard of holiness that is not only impossible but unnecessary and even contrary to human flourishing. read more
Why Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Is Impossible for Catholics
Can Catholics ever endorse ... For example, the Catholic Church can change the format of the baptism service, but she can’t declare that baptism now takes place by putting mud on a person’s head instead of water. This is the main reason why the ... read more
Why do people leave the Catholic Church?
Thomas Reese takes a closer look: The principal reasons given by people who leave the church to become Protestant are that their “spiritual needs were not being met” in the Catholic church (71 percent) and they “found a religion they like more” (70 ... read more
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Changing the Catholic Flag
In a follow-up to his much-read Sunday column, Ross Douthat explains at length why ... Catholic, then the Catholic Church will dissolve. One of the things that amazes me about Catholic Christianity is how deep and comprehensive it is. It is impossible ... read more
7 reasons Catholics leave church (in Trenton, #1 is sex abuse crisis)
The scholars, working at the request of Trenton’s Catholic bishop, asked parishioners who have drifted away not just why the left, but what church teachings they disagree with and whether they ever truly ... on divorce and remarriage were also ... read more
Unraveling the Church Ban on Gay Sex
But there is a deeper issue, one that raises fundamental questions about Catholic ... remarriage after divorce. In every case, the old arguments no longer work (if they ever did), and a vast number of Catholics reject the teachings. It’s time for the ... read more
An Open Appeal to the Catholic Bishops of the World
As I recently wrote: “The ‘new paradigm’ — although never explicitly saying it — allows priests and bishops simultaneously to affirm that they accept the Church’s ... we now have “Catholic divorce and remarriage” and “Catholic adultery.” read more
Why Won’t the Catholic Church “Get With the Times” and Ordain Women Priests?
They answer the phones in the parish office, for Pete’s sake! Why can’t the Catholic Church get with the times and ordain women to the priesthood? That was just a rhetorical question, friends. I believe, with the Catholic Church, that when Christ ... read more
What Is the Proper Catholic Way For Marriage To Fail?
I’m even less of a Catholic ... can such a church be said to really believe any longer in the indissolubility of marriage, no matter what kind of flowery language its high officials use? Another way to put this would be: why should bourgeois ... read more