Tagged: Amoris Laetitia

Book Launch today!

In a little less than two hours (today, March 5, 2022) at 3pm EST (2pm CST, noon PST, 8pm GMT), Austen Ivereigh, Rodrigo Guerra, Stephen Walford, and I will join Pedro Gabriel in an online live event and discussion in...

Book Launch today!

Amoris Laetitia book launch this Saturday!

  Since its release in April 2016, critics of Pope Francis have cast doubt over the doctrinal orthodoxy of his apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia. Some have argued that this document is unclear and ambiguous. Many have asserted that it contradicts...

Amoris Laetitia book launch this Saturday!

Rodrigo Guerra – The second-highest ranked layman in the Church

Pope Francis recently appointed our friend, the distinguished Professor Rodrigo Guerra López, as Secretary of the Pontifical Commission for Latin America (PCAL). Guerra, a professor and philosopher from Mexico, is the founder of the Center for Advanced Social Research (CISAV)....

Rodrigo Guerra – The second-highest ranked layman in the Church

LGBTQ+ Catholics and the Sacred Heart of Jesus

The Catechism says that the Sacred Heart of Jesus is “the chief sign and symbol” of Christ’s love for “the eternal Father and all human beings without exception” (CCC 478).  Along these same lines, Pope Francis makes a radical claim...

LGBTQ+ Catholics and the Sacred Heart of Jesus

“I am not worthy”

“Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof.” We say these words at every Mass, conscious of our smallness before the greatness of God in the Sacrament of his Love. At the same time, much of...

“I am not worthy”

The Not-So-Sexy Theology of the Body

Although Catholics in the United States frequently discuss issues related to human sexuality, our catechesis on marriage and sex very rarely treats these as the complex mysteries that they are. Instead, we tend to unintentionally promote an unrealistic vision of...

The Not-So-Sexy Theology of the Body

Put the dubia in the dustbin

We’re approaching the beginning of the “Amoris Laetitia Family Year,” marking the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’s landmark exhortation on the family and to celebrate the joy of love and the family. This special year will be kicked off with an...

Put the dubia in the dustbin

Pope clarifies Amoris Laetitia in “Let Us Dream”

“This was the great breakthrough the Spirit brought us: a better synthesis of truth and mercy in a fresh understanding drawn from within our own Tradition. Without changing law or doctrine but recovering an authentic meaning of both, the Church...

Pope clarifies Amoris Laetitia in “Let Us Dream”

Vatican II and “weaponized ambiguity”

It has become common among critics of the Second Vatican Council to use the expression “weaponized ambiguity” to describe certain conciliar teachings. This expression assumes that language in the Vatican II documents is ambiguous, in the sense that teachings can...

Vatican II and “weaponized ambiguity”

Toppling statues: What can we learn from Amoris Laetitia?

As the struggle for racial justice in American society expanded to include calls for the removal of statues honoring historical figures who perpetuated institutional racism (including slaveowners and Confederate soldiers,) statues of other figures have also been called into question....

Toppling statues: What can we learn from Amoris Laetitia?