Archbishop Charles J. Chaput of Philadelphia (Credit: Paul Haring of Catholic News Service)

Things To Come: Faith, State, & Society in a New World

. . .“There are no new paradigms; no new hermeneutical principles; no revolutions in thought; & no possible concordats with the world & its alibis, that can the erase the radicalism & liberating beauty of Christian anthropology”. . .

by Archbishop Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.,

via The Catholic World Report

A Rough Week for the Holy See – Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture
The Failure of Sweden’s Motherhood Experiment – Allan C. Carlson, Mercatornet
German Bishops Allow Communion for Protestant Spouses in ‘Some Cases’ – E. Pentin
A Tale of Two Countries, a Choice Between Two Cultures – K.V. Turley, The CWR
How Modernism Has Affected the Church – Carlos Caso-Rosendi
Change Your Heart, Change Your Abortion Votes, Bishop Tells Sen. Durbin – CNA/CWR
New Book on Catholic Fundraising: Pray, Pray, Pray, Ask – Brice Sokolowski
American Recusants – Charle A. Coulombe, The Anglicanorum Cœtibus Society
How Black Catholic Nuns Rewrote the American Story – Dia. B. Morrow, Catholic Philly
What to Know if You Want to Know Theology – Fr. John P. Cush S.T.D., NC Register
The Ostrich Defense of Abortion – Christopher Kaczor Ph.D., Public Discourse
Texas Bishops Support Catholic Charities in Wake of Gay Adoption Lawsuit – CNA/CWR
My First Conversion – Eric Sammons, Swimming Upstream
Intelligent Piety: The Christian Humanism of Flannery O’Connor – Bra. J. Birzer Ph.D.
It’s the Market – Not Socialism – that Fosters Solidarity – George Maggs, CapX
Premonition of Calvary: 2nd Sunday of Lent Readings Explained – John Bergsma Ph.D.
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