Posts Tagged ‘Liberal Catholic’

Conservatives and liberals called to link over life issues

Thursday, September 30th, 2021
link over life issues

For Catholics who put their faith first, before anything else, there is one way – above all others – to view the life and death issues facing local communities, the nation and the world: and that is, through the lens of the Gospel and Catholic social teaching! But instead, it clearly appears that more often Read more

I am a Catholic …but

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

For many, being a Catholic nowadays is like saying you’re a Star Trek fan. They feel the need to immediately caveat it with a denial that they’re a “trekkie.” I hear so many people talk of their Catholicism in a similar way. Here’s some of the more popular sentence I’ve heard start with “I’m a Read more

Was Cardinal Carlo Martini the last liberal Catholic bishop?

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Vatican City — With the recent death of Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini, Catholics who call for church reform on issues such as homosexuality and priestly celibacy have lost one of their last leading lights in the top echelons of the church’s hierarchy. Martini, who died Aug. 31, was a Jesuit and an archbishop of Milan Read more

Views on provocative Catholic TV station anger Detroit archdiocese

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

As a Catholic TV station becomes increasingly popular around the world, church officials are trying to tell the public that the media outlet does not represent Catholicism.

In two public statements, the Archdiocese of Detroit has taken the unusual step of publicly criticizing Real Catholic TV, saying “that it does not have the authorization required under church law to identify or promote itself as Catholic.”

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Church hierarchy not listening

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Members of the American Catholic Council, meeting in Detroit, are concerned the Church’s hierarchy is not listening to the Church. Specific mention was made of the role of women, married clergy and the treatment of homosexuals. Members of a liberal group of U.S. Roman Catholics on Sunday called on Church leaders to open talks with their members Read more