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Fortitude in the Church

First appeared on 05/20/2014. Insights is also available to members via email delivery.

You may recall Italian bishop Nunzio Galatino's deeply offensive remarks about people who quietly pray rosaries outside abortion clinics. Perhaps that has something to do with the themes of the Pope's recent address to the Italian Episcopal Conference.

Whatever the case, Phil Lawler sets the record straight with this comment: Why I can't identify with Bishop Galatino.

You have probably noticed the continuing furor over the abysmal Catholic ignorance uncovered by the pre-synodal questionnaires on marriage and family. Manila's Cardinal Tagle has expressed shock! But there is a better response. See today's On the Culture: The Church on Marriage and Family: Joining Battle

I've also just read a major study on historical criticism of Scripture. The current state of affairs is not so good. I try to bring everyone up to speed in my latest In Depth Analysis: What’s Wrong with Historical Criticism of the Bible?.... [more content for subscribers]

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