Re-thinking “Life and Death” An essential part of growing up is learning to recognize the important things that really shouldn’t wait…and giving all the rest its place and time, not to be agonized through, but enjoyed
Holy See and Malaysia establish diplomatic relations The Holy See and Malaysia, desirous of promoting bonds of mutual friendship, have decided by common accord to establish diplomatic relations at the level of apostolic nunciature on the part of the Holy See and of embassy on the part of Malaysia
Is it Immoral to Prolong Suffering? It’s common, in the euthanasia debate, to hear someone make the poplular claim: “it is immoral to prolong a sick person’s suffering and agony”
Salt and Light, Example and Doctrine An article on the need in today's world for the hope Christ brings. "We must learn to read events with the objectivity of faith, in order to sow optimism with the salt of example and the light of good doctrine."
The "Contraceptive Mentality" Like most severe ideologies, it is a sterile way of thinking that disregards evidence conflicting with one's belief system, thus leading to erroneous conclusions and destructive behavior
For Philadelphia Archdiocese, a Powerful Conservative Voice Before he was named on Tuesday to lead the prominent but troubled Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput spent the last 14 years in Denver establishing himself as one of the nation’s most prominent advocates of a politically engaged and conservative Catholicism
Birth Control and NFP: What's the Difference? As Pope John Paul II has explained, the difference really rests on a person's answers to some very basic questions like, "What is marriage?" What is sex? What is the human body? What is love?
Assurance of the God’s Final Harvest I will speak about the joy of receiving the sacrament of reconciliation with someone I meet today, planting in that person’s heart the seed of the desire to receive this sacrament.