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One Omission and Three False Dichotomies in the Vatican "Declaration"

One Omission and Three False Dichotomies in the Vatican "Declaration"

You've probably seen mention of the latest publication on the Vatican website regarding Pope Francis's response to questions regarding the blessing of couples in "irregular situations." Did the Church... ...more

Relationships ,Gender and Sexuality Faith &Popular

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A Catholic Approach to Dealing With Difficult Relationships

A Catholic Approach to Dealing With Difficult Relationships

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You're No Angel, But Neither Am I  

You're No Angel, But Neither Am I  

St. Teresa of Avila's prayer emphasizes God's constancy. Dr. Greg explains why spiritual truths often fail to transform us and underscores the need for body-spirit integration, detailing how Catholic... ...more

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Here’s one missing distinction and three false dichotomies to sum up the issues with the Vatican Declaration at first glance. We are now in a time of the battle between a culture of life and a culture of death.” – Pope St. John Paul II The Vatican...

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Labeling relationships as “toxic” is widespread right now; let’s take a Catholic approach to difficult relationships and examine why they’re not always meant to be easy. Navigating difficult relationships Why is this relationship so draining?...

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