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Shilling for Donors THE FIFTH COLUMN - April 17, 2015 Case 1 Let's say you encountered a petition from a Catholic organization that purported to petition the Pope to support traditional marriage. What would be the point of the petition, exactly? Do you actually think the organization will send the petition to the Pope? If the petition is sent to the Pope, do you seriously think he is going to change what he will do based on the petition? Do you seriously think the Pope holds a position other than the position the petition ...http://skellmeyer.blogspot.com/2015/04/shilling-for-donors.html
A Catholic Reply to the Charge of Bigotry CRISIS MAGAZINE - March 5, 2015 ... institutions that base their claim to authority on neutral expertise and rational efficiency in responding to the needs and choices of individuals. So it's considered wrong to make distinctions based on ethnicity, sex, cultural heritage, claimed sexual identity, or religious affiliation. That view is comprehensive, enough so to lead Gonzaga University, a Jesuit institution, to deny the Knights of Columbus recognition as a student organization because—like the Jesuits ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/Woumc33lDSE/catholics-bigotry
No Altar More Sacred THE WILD REED - January 31, 2015 ... of sight, just standing shining there. All my days were bright, you took me to the sky; You showed me the light, you taught me how to fly to the clouds, straight up to heaven. Was it just a dream? I couldn't tell if you were really real. Was it just a dream, a dream that I could see and touch and feel? – From " I Saw An Angel Die " As disappointing as this experience ultimately was, it's difficult to say that I regret it completely. (And if I wanted to be rueful about ...http://thewildreed.blogspot.com/2015/01/no-altar-more-sacred.html
Two Wrongs (or, Why We Don't Have to Be Charlie to Oppose Violence) VOX NOVA - January 19, 2015 ... are limits." That's the potentially startling comment in soundbite form, if you will. As always, context matters, although in this case it doesn't necessarily make it less startling to either French or American ears. The context was a question about possible tensions between religious freedom and freedom of expression, which the pope immediately heard – and unpacked – as a reference to recent deadly attack on the office of the Paris-based magazine Charlie Hebdo in revenge for its ...http://vox-nova.com/2015/01/19/two-wrongs-or-why-we-dont-have-to-be-charlie-to-oppose-violence/