Tag - Morals

Australia: Brave Benedictine Priest on Covid Vaccines – Sermon “Not Political, It Is Pastoral” …

Editor writes... Our some-time blogger in USA, Marinaio emails as follows:  I think I’ve mentioned that our daughter Stephanie is married to an Aussie and lives in Canberra, Australia.  She had gone to a retreat in New South Wales recently, run by the Benedictines of Notre Dame monastery in Tasmania.  She was very impressed by the...

Thinking Through Catholic Truth…

The above is the self-explanatory  introduction to our new series, "Thinking Through Catholic Truth - The Big Questions... Answered". Topics already in the pipeline include Scripture, Spirituality, Catholic education  and the "Institutional Church".   If you have a topic you'd like covered tell us in the comments, or if you would like to participate in any...

Questions: Would YOU “Ask Father”?

Our American blogger, RCA Victor, writes... Following up on the notion that the CT blog could be a sort of cyber-parish for modern Catholics, esp. as a source of orthodox catechesis, here’s a thought: Is there a traditional priest up your sleeve who would be willing to answer questions from readers in the form of...

Church Youth Groups Destroy Faith…

A study commissioned by a protestant organization has found that Christian youth groups, with an infantile approach to the faith and a focus heavily on being “hip” to this fallen culture, are a predominate factor in driving many young people from Christianity.  Mind, this study looked at Christians in general and not Catholics, but...

Scotland’s First Catholic Home Education Website Launched…

At the request of one of our readers, Catholic Truth is proud to mark the Feast of the Holy Family with the launch of what we believe to be the first Catholic Home Education website in Scotland. Catholic Home Education Scotland aims to support parents who are home-educators as well as parents who have concerns about the education system...

World Youth Day 2013

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3AE_wWqfko Is the Church really "engaging with youth" at these events? Apart from vague exhortations to follow Christ (without spelling out any of the practical implications of doing so) what is the point of these World Youth Days? Are they making young people more Catholic?