Category Archives: Catholic Doctrine

Moral Relativism

Moral Relativism Part I Time to begin preparing for the Adult Education/RCIA classes and it seemed like a good idea to do some research and prepare a presentation on Moral Relativism – possibly the greatest ethical problem of our times … Continue reading

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Mary Queen of Heaven

Queenship of Mary The Roman Catholic Church holds many teachings associated with the Blessed Virgin Mary. Four of these specific doctrines have been raised to the level of dogma, meaning in technical terms that they must be held by the … Continue reading

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Lumen Fidei — The Light of Faith – A Commentary Part IV

Lumen Fidei — The Light of Faith Pope Francis’ First Encyclical – A Commentary Part IV Faith The Holy Father shows how faith should be the very foundation of our society in this final chapter – chapter 4 of Lumen … Continue reading

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Lumen Fidei — The Light of Faith – A Commentary Part II

Lumen Fidei — The Light of Faith Pope Francis’ First Encyclical – A Commentary Part II Chapter Two is an incredible section.  The Holy Father points out that there is a necessary and important link between faith and truth and … Continue reading

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Humanae Vitae — Forty-Four Years Later

Humanae Vitae Forty-Four Years Later And Counting Pope Paul VI, the author of the controversial encyclical “Humanae Vitae” [July 25, 1968] would be the first to say: “I wish I didn’t have to say, ‘I told you so.’”  He would … Continue reading

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