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Dear Bishop, I wish to comment on your Open Letter to the Cardinals of the Church : The above Open Letter is absolutely brilliant! However, I would like to address the position that Robert Siscoe and John Salza, the Authors of “True or False Pope”, hold concerning the occupant of the Chair of Peter. There […]

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Paris archbishop slams Macron for omitting reference to ‘Catholics’ in address to nation

Source: Rebuilding Notre Dame Gives Rise to the Dance of Identity Politics

Blogger’s Note:  Two Thumbs up to the Archbishop of Paris.

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Catholic nurses stand against physician-assisted suicide

Source: Catholic Medical Association Calls for Comments Against ‘Aid in Dying’ Proposal

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“I have on my shelf a book edited by Karl Keating, “Controversies: High Level Catholic Apologetics.” I’m reminded of this one passage of the book: It’s from an October 1931 letter from Fr. Ronald Knox (a convert) to non-Catholic Arnold Lunn (who himself would eventually convert):

“It is a matter of temperament, I suppose; but to me there is far more temptation not to believe in God than not to believe in the Church. For, as St. Thomas admitted, you have the whole fact of evil in Creation apparently against you, when you assert that God exists; and it is only because the proofs you have used are ungetawayablefrom (a pity there is no more technical word for this idea) that you resist the contrary suggestion. Whereas the arguments against the Church always seem to me scraped together; they are like the thousand and one holes which a disgruntled man will find to pick in the character of a man or institution he has quarreled with.”

Later on in the same letter, Fr. Knox also writes:

“Oh, we are a convenience to the other Christianities; a lightning conductor to draw the world’s criticism away from them; a repository whose furniture they can reproduce without the wormholes; a standard of theological currency, against which they can balance their rate of exchange. But, in the nature of things, we cannot accept the second-best positions you try to thrust upon us. Our whole witness is stultified if we are not to be the absolute thing we claim to be.”

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