Monthly Archives: April 2012

Federal Budget Choices Must Protect Poor, Vulnerable People, Says U.S. Bishops’ Conference

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The United States Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB) has officially addressed their concern on programs for the poor and vulnerable with the Federal Budget. I am grateful and excited for this statement which, in my opinion, not only offers a … Continue reading

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The Agency of Conscience in Latino/a Moral Theology: “Algo me lo decia dentro de mi.”

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The primacy of conscience has always been a core element of Catholic moral theology. In his book “Conscience and Catholicism: The nature and function of conscience in contemporary Roman Catholicism” Robert Smith describes the contemporary Catholic debate regarding this element. … Continue reading

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Good Friday: a transcendental accompaniment

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To enter any room you must first go through a door. Before one can authentically celebrate Easter and the Resurrection one must first celebrate Good Friday and the Passion. The liturgical celebration which we call Holy Week reminds us that … Continue reading

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