Archbishop Chaput: Health care bill doesn’t meet moral standards

The very good Archbishop of Denver, Charles Chaput, released a column recently regarding the socialist takeover that wouldn’t die pending health care legislation in Congress.  He also criticizes, strongly, groups like CHA and pseudo-Catholic lobbies like Catholics United for the Common Good and...

Archbishop Chaput: health care bill doesn’t meet minimum moral standards

Denver, Colo., Mar 15, 2010 / 06:18 am (CNA).- In his weekly column on the Denver Catholic Register, the Archbishop of Denver, Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap., says the health-care bill does not meet minimum moral standards and therefore, doesn’t have the support of the Catholic bishops. “The Senate...

Abortionfest at USF

Abortion providers, facilitators, defenders to speak at Jesuit university’s ‘Women’s Rights Forum’ By Gibbons J. Cooney Special to California Catholic Daily The University of San Francisco, a Jesuit institution, will host the “Global Women’s Rights Forum” from today through Thursday,...

UGANDAN BISHOPS, CLOSE TO THE NEEDS OF THEIR PEOPLE

VATICAN CITY, 5 MAR 2010 (VIS) - This morning in the Vatican, the Holy Father received bishops from the Uganda Episcopal Conference, who have just completed their “ad limina” visit. Before beginning his remarks to them, the Holy Father mentioned the recent landslides in the Bududa region...

‘Theological minimalism’

Dr. Jeff Mirus over at Catholic Culture has a great post up regarding the loss of a corporate sense of Catholicism and theological minimalism.   Theological minimalism is a term Mirus uses to refer to those who reduce the Catholic faith to a few certain points - for instance, those who reject the...

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