Posts Tagged ‘Catholic Identity’

Protestantized catechesis is further eroding Catholic identity.

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Published on Apr 18, 2016

A few basic principles for voting like a real Catholic, clarified by the USCCB of all places. No more “follow your respective consciences” nonsense!

Link to 2015 version of Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship:

Previous versions of this document were notorious for their ambiguity. This year’s version seems to have undergone a much needed overhaul.

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Dear President Snyder, We alumni, donors, parents, faculty, and concerned friends object to your decision to honor President Bill Clinton as LMU’s 2016 commencement speaker. If you as President of LMU treated a 21 year old intern in your office as he did, you would be fired as president and never honored in any way […]

via Ask LMU to Disinvite President Clinton as 2016 Commencement Speaker — RenewLMU

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Published on Jul 27, 2014

Fr. Andrew Apostoli talks about the importance of being a true Catholic and not someone who is partially Catholic or Catholic in name only.

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Showing How Both Catholic and Libertarian Beliefs are Compatible