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Attitudes towards reproduction in Latin America. Teachings from the use of modern reproductive technologies. (1/88)

The use of modern reproductive technology, such as in-vitro fertilization and its related procedures, has opened new areas of legal, religious and public concern. Thirty years ago, the development of effective methods to control procreation generated a debate on whether couples had the right to enjoy sex in the absence of its procreative effect. Today, assisted reproductive technology (ART) allows couples to have their own children in the absence of a direct intermediation of sex. The Catholic Church has reacted against both contraception and ART, and specific instructions have been directed to the public, the medical profession and legislators. In a recent survey, 88.4% of the population in Latin America claims to be Catholic; therefore, bioethical considerations and legal implications concerning intervention in reproduction are strongly permeated by the moral teachings of Catholicism. In 1996, 83 medical doctors and scientists, participating in the Latin American Network of Assisted Reproduction, produced a consensus document on ethical aspects and legal implications of ART. The document contains minimal ethical guidelines that Latin American professionals have decided to adhere to, even in the absence of legal regulations. This article examines how the medical profession, legislators and the public react to religious influence when confronted by difficult bioethical decisions such as the right to procreate.  (+info)

Serum folate and the severity of atrophy of the neocortex in Alzheimer disease: findings from the Nun study. (2/88)

BACKGROUND: Previous studies suggested that low concentrations of folate in the blood are related to poor cognitive function, dementia, and Alzheimer disease-related neurodegeneration of the brain. OBJECTIVE: Our aim was to determine whether serum folate is inversely associated with the severity of atrophy of the neocortex. DESIGN: Nutrients, lipoproteins, and nutritional markers were measured in the blood of 30 participants in the Nun Study from one convent who later died when they were 78-101 y old (mean: 91 y). At autopsy, several neuropathologic indicators of Alzheimer disease were determined, including the degree of atrophy of 3 lobes of the neocortex (frontal, temporal, and parietal) and the number of neocortical Alzheimer disease lesions (ie, senile plaques and neurofibrillary tangles) as assessed by a neuropathologist. RESULTS: The correlation between serum folate and the severity of atrophy of the neocortex was -0.40 (P = 0.03). Among a subset of 15 participants with significant numbers of Alzheimer disease lesions in the neocortex, the correlation between folate and atrophy was -0.80 (P = 0.0006). Atrophy may be specific to low folate because none of the 18 other nutrients, lipoproteins, or nutritional markers measured in the blood had significant negative correlations with atrophy. CONCLUSIONS: Among elderly Catholic sisters who lived in one convent, ate from the same kitchen, and were highly comparable for a wide range of environmental and lifestyle factors, low serum folate was strongly associated with atrophy of the cerebral cortex. Definitive evidence for this relation and its temporal sequence awaits the findings of other studies.  (+info)

Hospitals sponsored by the Roman Catholic Church: separate, equal, and distinct? (3/88)

For centuries, the Catholic Church has been a major social actor in the provision of health services, particularly health care delivered in hospitals. Through a confluence of powerful environmental forces at the beginning of the twenty-first century, the future of Catholic health care is threatened. Although Catholic hospitals are a separate case of private, nonprofit hospitals, they have experienced environmental pressures to become isomorphic with other hospital ownership types and, on some dimensions, they are equal. To keep pace with the changing demands of religion and the social role of the hospital, Catholic hospitals continue to redefine themselves. To justify a distinct and legitimate social role, more research should be conducted to develop and measure indicators of Catholic identity.  (+info)

Informed consent for emergency contraception: variability in hospital care of rape victims. (4/88)

There is growing concern that rape victims are not provided with emergency contraceptives in many hospital emergency rooms, particularly in Catholic hospitals. In a small pilot study, we examined policies and practices relating to providing information, prescriptions, and pregnancy prophylaxis in emergency rooms. We held structured telephone interviews with emergency department personnel in 58 large urban hospitals, including 28 Catholic hospitals, from across the United States. Our results showed that some Catholic hospitals have policies that prohibit the discussion of emergency contraceptives with rape victims, and in some of these hospitals, a victim would learn about the treatment only by asking. Such policies and practices are contrary to Catholic teaching. More seriously, they undermine a victim's right to information about her treatment options and jeopardize physicians' fiduciary responsibility to act in their patients' best interests. We suggest that institutions must reevaluate their restrictive policies. If they fail to do so, we believe that state legislation requiring hospitals to meet the standard of care for treatment of rape victims is appropriate.  (+info)

Determinants of infant and early childhood mortality levels and their decline in the Netherlands in the late nineteenth century. (5/88)

OBJECTIVE: To study the relative importance of various determinants of total and cause-specific infant and early childhood mortality rates and their decline in The Netherlands in the period 1875-1879 to 1895-1899. DATA AND METHODS: Mortality and population data were derived from Statistics Netherlands for 16 towns and 11 rural areas. Mortality levels and their decline were estimated with a Poisson regression model. The associations of the estimated levels and declines, and determinants of infant and early childhood mortality were analysed using multivariate linear regression analysis. The causes of death studied were major contributors to infant mortality (convulsions, acute digestive disease, acute respiratory disease) and early childhood mortality (encephalitis/meningitis, acute respiratory disease, measles). RESULTS: Infant mortality rates were high in the south-western part of The Netherlands in 1875-1879. Due to a rapid decline in the western regions, this pattern changed to a north-south gradient in 1895-1899. Early childhood mortality showed an urban-rural gradient in 1875-1879 with mortality high in towns. This gradient had largely disappeared by 1895-1899, due to a rapid decline in mortality in towns. Roman Catholicism was significantly associated with infant mortality (particularly from diarrhoeal disease) in 1875-1879 and 1895-1899. The association with Roman Catholicism was stronger in 1895-1899 because mortality declines were less rapid in Roman Catholic areas in 1875-1879 to 1895-1899. Urbanization was significantly associated with early childhood mortality (particularly from respiratory disease) in 1875-1879 and 1895-1899. This association weakened over time, due to the rapid decline in mortality in towns. CONCLUSIONS: Different determinants of mortality (decline) were important in infant and early childhood mortality and they acted on different causes of death. Therefore, infant and childhood mortality should be studied separately. International comparison of the results showed that findings with respect to determinants of mortality (decline) for one country do not necessarily apply to other countries. The results for The Netherlands with respect to infant mortality differed from England and Wales.  (+info)

Bioethics for clinicians: 27. Catholic bioethics. (6/88)

There is a long tradition of bioethical reasoning within the Roman Catholic faith, a tradition expressed in scripture, the writings of the Doctors of the Church, papal encyclical documents and reflections by contemporary Catholic theologians. Catholic bioethics is concerned with a broad range of issues, including social justice and the right to health care, the duty to preserve life and the limits of that duty, the ethics of human reproduction and end-of-life decisions. Fundamental to Catholic bioethics is a belief in the sanctity of life and a metaphysical conception of the person as a composite of body and soul. Although there is considerable consensus among Catholic thinkers, differences in philosophical approach have given rise to some diversity of opinion with respect to specific issues. Given the influential history of Catholic reflection on ethical matters, the number of people in Canada who profess to be Catholic, and the continuing presence of Catholic health care institutions, it is helpful for clinicians to be familiar with the central tenets of this tradition while respecting the differing perspectives of patients who identify themselves as Catholic.  (+info)

The place for individual conscience. (7/88)

From a liberationist, feminist, and Catholic point of view, this article attempts to understand the decision of abortion. People are constantly testing their principles and values against the question of abortion. Advances in technology, the rise of communitarianism and the rejection of individualism, and the commodification of children are factors in the way in which the abortion debate is being constructed in society. The paper offers solutions to end the ugliness of the abortion debate by suggesting that we would be able to progress further on the issue of abortion if we looked for the good in the opposing viewpoint. The article continues with a discussion of Catholics For a Free Choice's position on abortion, and notes firstly that there is no firm position within the Catholic Church on when the fetus becomes a person; secondly that the principle of probablism in Roman Catholicism holds that where the church cannot speak definitively on a matter of fact (in this case, on the personhood of the fetus), the consciences of individual Catholics must be primary and respected, and thirdly that the absolute prohibition on abortion by the church is not infallible. In conclusion, only the woman herself can make the abortion decision.  (+info)

Two challenges to the double effect doctrine: euthanasia and abortion. (8/88)

The validity of the double effect doctrine is examined in euthanasia and abortion. In these two situations killing is a method of treatment. It is argued that the doctrine cannot apply to the care of the dying. Firstly, doctors are obliged to harm patients in order to do good to them. Secondly, patients should make their own value judgments about being mutilated or killed. Thirdly, there is little intuitive moral difference between direct and indirect killing. Nor can the doctrine apply to abortion. Doctors kill fetuses as a means of treating the mother. They also kill them as an inevitable side effect of other treatment. Drawing a moral distinction between the direct and the indirect killing gives counterintuitive results. It is suggested that pragmatic rules, not ethics, govern practices around euthanasia and cause it to be more restricted than abortion.  (+info)

Catholicism Today- UNDERSTANDING TODAYS CATHOLICISM Some of the more striking features of Catholicism include its imposing size, its vast sphere of influence, its unity, and its contrasting diversity. Gaining an appreciation of each of these characteristics can help us better understand contemporary Catholicism. Size. The size of the Roman church is astounding. Just less than eighteen percent (17.7) of the entire world population is Roman Catholic (a whopping total of over 928 million people, soon to be a billion).2 Additionally, the church is truly universal in scope, having parishes in virtually every major part of the world. There is a significant Catholic presence on every continent, with the possible exception of Asia. The following are some percentages of Catholics in the world: Africa, 13.9; North America, 24.2; Middle (central) America, 86.6; South America, 88.9; Europe, 39.9; Oceania, 26.5; and Asia, 2.7.3 In terms of other religious bodies, the Roman Catholic population is larger than ...
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This book explores how a universalistic religion like Roman Catholicism could become so closely intertwined with a particularistic worldview like nationalism. It is usually taken for granted that Poland is a Catholic nation, but in fact the countrys apparent religious homogeneity is a relatively recent development, supported as much by ideology as demography. The emergence and development of that ideological framework from the late 19th century to the present is the topic of this book. Each chapter takes a keyword from Polish Catholic rhetoric and explores its shifting meanings over this tumultuous era. The concepts examined include: Church, sin, modernity, person, society, politics, nation, enemy, Jew, Pole, and Mary. These terms are linked in ways that support the broader edifice of Polish Catholicism, understood not as an institution (the Catholic Church), nor as a social group or ethnic community, but as a theological and ideological framework that sets the discursive boundaries between that which
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The tragedy of the Heavens Gate cult, which resulted in the loss of 39 lives, was unfairly compared by some in the media to Catholicism. Here are a few examples.. On Nightline, pictures of the Vatican were shown while introducing the subject of religious cults. On talk radio, Ron Kuby, who assisted the late William Kunstler, said there was no difference between believing that a space ship was coming to save the cult members and a belief in the Immaculate Conception. And Harvard lawyer Alan Dershowitz contrasted the cults beliefs with a belief in angels.. It is tempting to see anti-Catholicism at work here, but in fairness, what it shows is the consequence of believing in nothing. Agnostics and atheists have a hard time understanding anything that is not scientifically verifiable and thus tend to relegate to the bin of superstition any belief in a transcendent universe. That their own beliefs are substantively hollow is not something they are willing to entertain.. At bottom, those who like to ...
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Michael Rea is a bigwig in the philosophy dept. at Notre Dame. That may be the most prestigious philosophy dept. in America, although Plantingas departure a few years ago certainly reduced its nimbi aura somewhat. Reas public apologetic disclaimer for Swinburnes keynote address at the SCP, where he defended the traditional view that homosexuality is a disorder, is just another example in the ongoing collapse of institutional Catholicism. Notre Dame is technically Catholic. Why didnt the president of Notre Dame issue a disclaimer for Reas disclaimer? Why didnt the president of Notre Dame express support for Swinburnes position? ...
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Islam vs Catholic ism. Islam and Catholicism share many similarities. Islam is one of the religions practiced by many around the word, as it is one of the second largest religions in the world. Catholicism is the largest prominent religion, with followers across the globe. According to a report from the Vatican, released in 2008, 19 percent of the worlds population is made up of Islam, while Catholics make up only 17.4 percent of worlds population.. The origin of Islam can be traced back to the six hundred Christian era, and was founded by Prophet Muhammad, in Mecca. According to the historians, Prophet Muhammad received the revelations from angel Jibril (Gabriel). After which he complied the revelations into the holy book Quran. People from Islam religions follow the teachings of the Prophet, and accept Allah as God.. Islam has a few fundamental beliefs that make the founding ground of Islamic faith. They are:. ...
Veronica Mendez, a Sister of Our Lady of Christian Doctrine, has been asked to be among a select panel of speakers speaking on the subject Latinos and the Future of Catholicism. Sister Mendez was chos...
Pacific Islands Monograph #24: Repositioning the Missionary: Rewriting the Histories of Colonialism, Native Catholicism, and Indigeneity in Guam by Vicente Diaz available in Hardcover on Powells.com,In the vein of an emergent Native Pacific brand of cultural studies, Repositioning the Missionary...
This collection includes records of Catholic Church baptisms, confirmations, marriages, and burials for the years 1645-1969. Indexes were created in several church parishes of Puerto Rico. At the time of the creation of the records in this collection, the Catholic Church in Puerto Rico was divided into several dioceses, including the Diocese of Puerto Rico, which was erected in 1511. The dioceses name was changed in 1924 to the Diocese of San Juan de Puerto Rico. In 1960, the diocese was elevated to archdiocese with the name of Archdiocese of San Juan of Puerto Rico. Other dioceses listed in this records collection are the Diocese of Ponce (erected in 1924), the Diocese of Arecibo (erected in 1960), and the Diocese of Caguas (erected in 1964). Since the time period of this collection, two more dioceses have been erected: the Diocese of Mayaguez (erected in 1976) and the Diocese of Fajardo-Humacao (erected in 2008). Catholic Church records of Puerto Rico are a reliable source for genealogical ...
I cant help but feel that the great tidal wave of Clergy converts, inspired by Pope John Paul II, and eased in by a crop of lay apostolates geared at making straight the paths into the Church, is dwindling. No new blood. Most of the significant names are people who seem to be within a singular set, a group, a clique. And no younger folks are coming in to light the way. I hear the same stats over and over (more than a thousand here or there), but given the hundreds of thousands of Protestant clergy around the world, thats not much. There are likely as many priests leaving the Church and embracing Protestantism as clergy becoming Catholic. I knew of several in my own ministry days. Far more in proportion than the Protestant Clergy Ive found since I became Catholic ...
mrandall wrote pensfanindc wrote what ive noticed is that catholicism is very introverted its not as welcoming of new members as other christian denominations there are lots of rules and regulations about who can be is saved and how salvation is received there is very little evangelism if any at all in the catholic faith outside of foreign missionaries this pope seems to be very open to making catholicism more open to people and wanting to focus more on spreading the word to everyone it probably would have been better to say that he sounds very un-catholic in his evangelical views no offense was meant thats not always the case ive heard evangelism preached at many masses its just that no one wants to go out and actually do it that kind of lends to my point though just because it is preached doesnt mean that it exists although i
With its 842 people, Vatican City is the 218th largest country in the world by population. It is the 218th largest country in the world by area with 0 square kilometers. Popes in their secular role ruled portions of the Italian peninsula for more than a thousand years until the mid 19th century, when many of the Papal States were seized by the newly united Kingdom of Italy. In 1870, the popes holdings were further circumscribed when Rome itself was annexed. Disputes between a series of prisoner popes and Italy were resolved in 1929 by three Lateran Treaties, which established the independent state of Vatican City and granted Roman Catholicism special status in Italy. In 1984, a concordat between the Holy See and Italy modified certain of the earlier treaty provisions, including the primacy of Roman Catholicism as the Italian state religion. Present concerns of the Holy See include religious freedom, threats against minority Christian communities in Africa and the Middle East, sexual ...
That The Vagina Monologues still manages to be controversial in this day and age. I acknowledge that I consciously realize that there are many people in this country who are uncomfortable with frank discussions of sex, not to mention everything else that gets discussed in the show. But to describe such a thing as somehow being inherently anti-Catholic? Especially in the context of a university, especially one as big as Notre Dame? Besides, if The Vagina Monologues is the negative of Catholicism, does that mean these people want us to associate Roman Catholicism with violence against women or something? Or just that the Church is anti-Vagina? Im not just being hyperbolic and demagogic, Im seriously curious here. Its just sort of surreal to me ...
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Today, Pope Francis arrives in Nairobi, Kenya. After two days in Kenya, he will travel to Uganda, and then to the Central African Republic. The Popes message of care for those on the margins and his consistent focus on poverty is of great significance to Africans, but they also hope he will continue the discussions of marriage and family issues that he recently began in Rome. As the African population surges, and Africans confront greater complexities of family life, deal with ongoing violence, and confront increasing social inequality, many African Catholics are looking to the Catholic Church and to the Pope to provide both spiritual guidance and material aid. But it will be a struggle for the Pope to marshal a church short on vocations and deeply divided on social issues to do both.. The number of Catholics in Africa has gone through a startling increase in recent decades. Since 1980, the number of African Catholics has grown by 238%, in contrast to Europe, where it has grown by only 6%. Some ...
Please find attached an order form for the Middle School Ministry Fund Raiser that will benefit Fr. Moses Orphanage in Kenya. Please turn in your order form and payment to the religious education office by March 7th.. Middle School Ministry 2014 Order Form. ...
Note: The Civil Unions Bill [20/2014] has successfully passed through the Maltese Parliament with 37 votes in favour, 30 absentions and 0 votes against on the 14th April 2014. It gives the same rights and obbligations to same-sex couples as those who are registered in a civil marriage (mutatis mutandis ...
On April 6 through 8, many members of the Cabrini family gathered at the University of Notre Dame for the conference Too Small a World: Catholic Sisters as Global Missionaries. With over 20 Missionary Sisters and lay collaborators in attendance, the spirit of Mother Cabrini, already woven through the theme, was alive throughout the sessions.. The program was held in honor of the centenary of Mother Cabrinis death. The study of missionary sisters embraces Cabrinis boundless ambition as well as the practical and cultural constraints that shaped the outcomes of her and others journeys. An international group of scholars gathered to investigate the transnational work and shifting identities of Catholic sisters as global missionaries, asking how the study of these border-crossing women, organized into multinational structures, can help all historians enter into the global history of Catholicism. The presentations and conversations kept alive the history while also ensuring we focused on the ...
On April 28, 1847, Bishop Richard Whelan in Richmond, Virginia, paid $306 for a Parkersburg lot on Market Street for the purpose of building the town s first Catholic church. Two years later, he wrote in his diocesan report that a neat brick chapel is being erected at this point, which many circumstances indicate as one likely to become prominent on the Ohio River. The local parish consisted of only twelve families. However, the completion of the B&O railroad line from Grafton in 1857 brought an influx of Irish-Catholic immigrant workers to Parkersburg that swelled the church s membership to over 300 people. Five years later, eight Sisters of the Visitation arrived in Parkersburg to establish the Visitation Academy for girls, which would later become DeSales Heights. Following the Civil War and the creation of West Virginia, the new state diocese in Wheeling selected architect Patrick Charles Keely of New York to design a larger, more elaborate church to replace the simple chapel. The ...
GLENDALE-The Armenian community of Glendale was granted two significant Armenian spiritual institutions recently-the first being the newly completed St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Catholic Church on Mountain Street.
About 1,300 worshippers jammed Mundeleins Santa Maria del Popolo Catholic Church for a Spanish-language drama to mark Good Friday. Common throughout Mexico, the Via Crucis -- or Way of the Cross -- depicted the final hours of Jesus life.
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On April 26, 1933: Hitler meets with Catholic Bishop Wilhelm Berning of Osnabrück and Monsignor Steinmann, prelates Hitler claims that he is only doing to the Jews what the Catholic Church has already done to them for 1600 years. He reminds the prelates that the Church has regarded the Jews as dangerous and pushed them into ghettos. Hitler suggests that his anti-Jewish actions are doing Christianity a great service. representing the Roman Catholic Church in Germany. ...
In 2012, 47% of people in Russia identified as Christians.[4] Most Christians in Russia are members of the Russian Orthodox Church. The number of Russian Orthodox members have been decreasing in recent years. Most Orthodox Christians live in Western Russia.[5] Overall, there are about 61 million Russian Orthodox Christians in Russia, making up 43% of the population.[4] There are around 400,000 Old Believers in Russia. They make up less than 1% of the population. Before the Russian Revolution, Old Believers made up 10% of the population.[6] There has been a rise in Russian converts to Catholicism in recent years.[7] Catholics make up less than 1% of the population, and number at 140,000 citizens. Most live in Western Russia. 47% of Catholics in Russia are ethnic Russians, 16% are Germans, 9% are Armenians, 4% are Belarusians, and the rest are Koreans, Poles, Lithuanians, and others.[8] Lutherans in Russia have typically been ethnic Finns or Germans. In recent years, some Russians have been ...
So the newspaper of record, The Irish Times, uses the Cults propaganda to influence individuals attitudes and actions and to cultivate public support for their idea of a benevolent Cult, the Irish Catholic Church. Just so we know, Mr. Hitler and Goebbels did not invent Propaganda. The word itself was coined by the Roman Catholic Church to describe its efforts to discredit Protestant Teachings in the 1600s. Please let us remember, that The Irish Catholic Cult were notable for making propaganda a key element of their total control, over all levers of power, particularly the Irish Press, by appointing all its editors. The Irish Catholic Cult were able to penetrate virtually every form of Irish Media, from newspapers, film, radio, posters, books, and rallies to museum exhibits and school textbooks, with The Irish Catholic Cult propaganda. Whether or not propaganda was truthful or tasteful was irrelevant to the Cult. Yes Mr. Ferriter, we did hear from both The Bon Secours Sisters and The Irish ...
On the Catholic side, the Declaration of the Second Vatican Council on the relationship of the church to the non-Christian religions, Nostra aetate, can be considered the beginning of a systematic dialogue with the Jews. Still today it is considered the foundation document and the Magna Charta of the dialogue of the Roman Catholic Church with Judaism, so my tour dhorizon of the Jewish-Catholic conversation must begin there.It did not develop in a vacuum, since on the Christian side there had already been approaches to Judaism both within and outside the Catholic Church before the Council. But after the unprecedented crime of the Shoah above all, an effort was made in the post-War period towards a theologically reflected re-definition of the relationship with Judaism. Following the mass murder of the European Jews planned and executed by the National Socialists with industrial perfection, a profound examination of conscience was initiated about how such a barbaric scenario was possible in ...
The Vatican on Friday issued the most authoritative and sweeping document on bioethical issues in more than 20 years, taking into account recent developments in biomedical technology and reinforcing the Roman Catholic churchs opposition to in vitro fertilization, human cloning, genetic testing on embryos before implantation and embryonic stem cell research.. The Vatican document says that these techniques violate the principles that every human life - even an embryo - is sacred and that children should be conceived only through intercourse by a married couple.. The 32-page instruction, titled Dignitas Personae, or The Dignity of the Person, was issued by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the Vaticans doctrinal watchdog, and carries the approval and the authority of Pope Benedict XVI. It was developed to provide moral responses to bioethical questions that have been raised in the 21 years since the congregation last issued instructions.. The document also bans the ...
It is sometimes said that when science and theology conflict, this is because we are dealing with bad science or bad theology or both bad science and bad theology. This may be in fact true of a number of apparent conflicts between science and theology.. But even if this is in fact true, one shouldnt elevate such an observation into a necessarily true principle. Here is one reason to think this. We learn from history that good science is often wrong. (Can one say the same about theology? That may depend on whether one restricts to the theology of a true religion, and on how speculative one allows theology to be and still count as good.) Unless science and theology have completely logically disjoint subject matter, so that no proposition of science can possibly entail or be incompatible with a proposition of theology, it seems quite possible to have a case where a proposition p is such that (a) p is good science, (b) p is false, and (c) not-p is good theology.. Objection 1: Science and theology ...
Now that the Department of Health and Human Services is prepared to insure fetuses as if they were persons from the moment of conception, it is obviously time for the Social Security Administration to change all our ages and use our conception dates as the starting point for eligibility for benefits and for the IRS to let new parents take a tax deduction in the year of the pregnancy, not just the year of birth. The drinking age, drivers license eligibility and other age-sensitive restrictions should also be moved appropriately.. More seriously, the question of when personhood begins is a continuing unknown, with highly variable views held by the worlds religions, scientists, lawyers, etc. Even the Roman Catholic Church, which opposes abortion at all stages of pregnancy, has no formal position on when the fetus becomes a person. While cautioning that the fetus should be treated as a person in the absence of definitive proof, it stated in its 1974 Declaration on Procured Abortion: This ...
Uruguays Population and the Church. In terms of religion, the decriminalization of abortion highlights Uruguays progressive path in Latin Americas bastion of Roman Catholicism. Naturally, many religious institutions were outraged by the law and have even challenged the legality of legislation decriminalizing abortion. Immediately following the legislations passage, Bishop Heriberto Bodeant publically condemned any Catholics engaging in the act. According to the bishops website, Automatic excommunication is for those who collaborate in the execution of an abortion in a direct way, and direct means committing that specific act.[5] The impact of the Churchs remarks on Uruguays population is yet to be determined. Despite Uruguays historic Catholic dominance, its Protestant, Jewish, and atheist populations have increased in recent years. Unsurprisingly, religious institutions have attributed this decline to Montevideos failure to successfully promote religious awareness, attitudes and ...
The country is an archipelago of more than 300 islands with a total area of 7,050 square miles and a population of 827,000. Most of the population is concentrated on the main island of Viti Levu. Estimates of religious affiliation were as follows: 52 percent of the population is Christian, 30 percent Hindu, and 7 percent Muslim. The largest Christian denomination is the Methodist Church, which claims approximately 218,000 members. Other Protestant denominations and the Roman Catholic Church also have significant followings. The Methodist Church is supported by the majority of the countrys chiefs and remains influential in the ethnic Fijian community, particularly in rural areas. There is also a small number of active nondenominational Christian groups.. Religious affiliation runs largely along ethnic lines. Most indigenous Fijians, who constitute 57 percent of the population, are Christian. Most Indo-Fijians, who account for 37 percent of the population, practice Hinduism, while 20 percent ...
This is a topic that other Christians will argue against me. But it all fairness to you, there is no eternal torture mentioned in the Bible anywhere. That is entirely an invention of Roman Catholicism. The Catholics got most of their ideas from Roman gods and traditions, not from the Bible.. For example, the idea of Hell comes from a pagan goddess named Hel (one L), and she was the goddess of the underworld etc. The Greek word which many will recognize as meaning hell, is hades, but if you research the word, you will discover that it actually means the grave. The fact is, the wicked, those who disobey God and reject Him, even to His face when Jesus returns, will be destroyed in a lake of fire, but it will not be eternal torture, it is called the second death. So if dying and staying dead doesnt bother you, than fear not, that is exactly what is coming to those who reject God. Personally, you seem like a nice guy, even in spite of our differences and I do not wish a fiery ...
By Mary E. Hunt. Originally published by the Womens Ordination Conference, April 24, 2018.. Imagine my surprise when I read about the women who were shooed out of the sumo wrestling ring in Japan when they tried to save a mans life. What sounds like news of the weird is a serious story about traditions and how harmful they can be. It made me think of Roman Catholicisms ban on women priests and how deadly it is.. A true story from the New York Times (4.4.18, p. A4): On April 4, 2018 at an exhibition match of sumo wrestling, Ryozo Tatami, the mayor of Maizuru…was giving a speech when he had a brain hemorrhage and collapsed. First responders including women jumped into the ring to deliver CPR. One of the women was variously reported as a nurse or a doctor. A sumo judge was heard on the loudspeaker imploring the women to leave the ring. When the referee told them to leave, the women backed off, causing confusion and scuffling around the patient. In the video, it is quite apparent that one ...
In Bellevue, 4.9% of the population are veterans of the United States military. Bellevue is considered very friendly to members of the LGBTQ+ community. The total population of Bellevue consists of 144,444 people. The current population of Bellevue is growing at a rate of 0.015%. Bellevue has a population density of 1,666 people per square mile. In Bellevue, 66.3% participate in the labor force, 4.5% are widows, 6.4% do not have health insurance, and 7.4% live in poverty. In terms of Christian denominations, out of the total population of Bellevue 15.5% practice Catholicism, 7.4% practice another Christian faith, and 3.1% worship the Church of Jesus Christ. In Bellevue, 61.3% are nonbelievers. In terms of non-Christian denominations in Bellevue, out of the total population 0.8% practice Judaism, 1.5% practice an Eastern religion, and 0.7% practice Islam. In terms of crime, Bellevue has 1.0 violent crimes per 1000 residents and 28.9 property crimes per 1000 residents. Out of the total city ...
In Bridgeport, 3.7% of the population are veterans of the United States armed forces. Bridgeport is considered neutral to members of the LGBTQ+ community. In terms of education, 6.6% have a graduate degree, 32.4% have a high-school diploma, and 18.1% have a college degree. In terms of Christian denominations, out of the total population of Bridgeport 45.7% practice Catholicism, 3.2% practice another Chrisitan faith, and 3.1% are Presbyterians. In terms of non-Christian denominations in Bridgeport, out of the total population 2.0% practice Judaism, 0.3% practice an Eastern religion, and 0.6% practice Islam. In Bridgeport, 36.0% are nonbelievers. Out of the total city population, 48.9% are male and 51.1% are female. In Bridgeport, 22.4% of the population are over the age of 55, 8.7% are over the age of 60, 4.3% are over the age of 70, and 3.0% are over the age of 80. The median age of Bridgeport is 34 years old. In Bridgeport, 5.5% are widowed, 16.2% do not have health insurance, 12.8% have some ...
Astrology Explored) March 17 is the ancient feast day of Saint Patrick, the patron Catholic saint of Ireland, the day when most everyone claims to be Irish, at least to lay dibs on the beer. But for those of us whose lineage runs from the Emerald Isle, it is a day that reminds us of the indomitable spirit born of a people, the ownership of whose land was continuously contested.. Ireland was a land whose was overrun by a variety of invading peoples, the Anglo-Saxons, the Norse, the Romans, and the Britons. Multiple religions existed side by side the moon based beliefs presided over by the Druids, the caste of priest and priestesses that practiced the ancient rituals. Eventually, most of the invaders were absorbed by marriage into the traditional ways of the Celts. Catholicism broke this chain of invasion and absorption, with Saint Patricks claim to fame not driving snakes out of Ireland, but by driving the Druids, represented by the serpent, underground. So deeply were the Druids driven ...
Historically, the various confessions in Germany have contributed to primary and secondary education and do so still. Education in Germany still embodies the legacy of the Prussian education system introduced by Frederick the Great in 1763. The curricula of the various states of Germany since then have included not only basic technical skills but also music (singing) and religious (Christian) education in close cooperation with the churches. This has led to the churches being assigned a specific status as legal entity of public law, Körperschaft des öffentlichen Rechts in Germany, which is a legacy of a 1919 Weimar compromise still in force today.[17] Most of the federal states of Germany, which has a long history of almost even division between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism, have an arrangement whereby the religious bodies oversee the training of mainline Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish religious education teachers. In one of the federal states this includes Orthodox Christian ...
Historically, the various confessions in Germany have contributed to primary and secondary education and do so still. Education in Germany still embodies the legacy of the Prussian education system introduced by Frederick the Great in 1763. The curricula of the various states of Germany since then have included not only basic technical skills but also music (singing) and religious (Christian) education in close cooperation with the churches. This has led to the churches being assigned a specific status as legal entity of public law, Körperschaft des öffentlichen Rechts in Germany, which is a legacy of a 1919 Weimar compromise still in force today.[16] Most of the federal states of Germany, which has a long history of almost even division between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism, have an arrangement whereby the religious bodies oversee the training of mainline Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish religious education teachers. In one of the federal states this includes Orthodox Christian ...
The next Pope needs to be much more than a holy man, teacher and shepherd to the estimated 1.2 billion Roman Catholics worldwide and a better manager of the Vaticans internal bureaucracy than his predecessor, several New Hampshire Catholics said.
Returning to subject of French Protestants, English Dissenters, and the French Revolution, I think it most important to remember that the Huguenots originally supported the monarchy. Young Calvin (1536) addressed his INSTITUTES OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION to Francis I. The Bourbons largely converted to the Reformed faith, while their fellow nobles the Guises remained Roman Catholic and clustered around the monarchy and Paris. Indeed, Francis Duke of Guise himself, in 1562, ordered his troops to attack worshiping Huguenots in Vassey, thus starting the French Wars of Religion, as tragic as Germanys 30 Years War. To bring peace, Huguenot heir to the throne Henri IV converted to Catholicism, saying cynically, Paris is worth a mass (attendance by him, once a year), but issued the Edict of Nantes, giving a large measure of freedom to the Huguenots. But much later Louis XIV proscribed the Protestants, posting his brutal dragoons in their homes, forcing them to convert, kidnapping their children to ...
DURIEU, PAUL (baptized Pierre-Paul), Oblate of Mary Immaculate, Roman Catholic priest, missionary, and bishop; b. 4 Dec. 1830 in Saint-Pal-de-Mons, dept of Haute-Loire, France, second son of Blaise Durieux and Mariette Bayle; d. 1 June 1899 in New Westminster, B.C.. Paul Durieus family, landowning small farmers, sheltered priests during the reign of terror following the French revolution and later showed further devotion to the Roman Catholic Church by allowing Paul and his elder brother to attend the Petit Séminaire de Monistrol-sur-Loire. Influenced by boyhood dreams of foreign mission work, the reading of histories of North American missions, and a recruiting visit to the seminary by Father Jean-Claude-Léonard Baveux*, Paul entered the Oblate noviciate at Notre-Dame de lOsier in October 1848. He made his profession on 1 Nov. 1849, and then undertook his scholasticate at Marseilles. He was ordained priest there on 11 March 1854 by Bishop Charles-Joseph-Eugène de Mazenod, founder of the ...
DURIEU, PAUL (baptized Pierre-Paul), Oblate of Mary Immaculate, Roman Catholic priest, missionary, and bishop; b. 4 Dec. 1830 in Saint-Pal-de-Mons, dept of Haute-Loire, France, second son of Blaise Durieux and Mariette Bayle; d. 1 June 1899 in New Westminster, B.C. Paul Durieus family, landowning small farmers, sheltered priests during the reign of terror following the French revolution and later showed further devotion to the Roman Catholic Church by allowing Paul and his elder brother to attend the Petit Séminaire de Monistrol-sur-Loire. Influenced by boyhood dreams of foreign mission work, the reading of histories of North American missions, and a recruiting visit to the seminary by Father Jean-Claude-Léonard Baveux*, Paul entered the Oblate noviciate at Notre-Dame de lOsier in October 1848. He made his profession on 1 Nov. 1849, and then undertook his scholasticate at Marseilles. He was ordained priest there on 11 March 1854 by Bishop Charles-Joseph-Eugène de Mazenod, founder of the ...
This collection of baptisms, marriages, and burials created by authorized parish priests in the years 1740-2008, help us become better acquainted with our ancestors. Most of the inhabitants of Nicaragua were Roman Catholics; therefore, these records may well cover about 95% to 100% of the population from the 16th to the 19th century and early 20th. It is common to see the sacramental ordinances of baptism, marriage, and burial in separate registers, however in smaller towns these records may all be recorded in one yearly book. The entries were normally made in chronological order. Some confirmations may be found within the baptisms. The earlier parish records were all handwritten in narrative form, and later records were handwritten in formatted entries. All records were handwritten in Spanish. The parish registers may be the only records available for genealogical research before civil registration was implemented in 1879. ...
In a recent incident at the Manila Cathedral, members of Pro-Life Philippines - led by Eric Manalang, their president and one of the RH Bills most outspoken opponents - barred a group of students, urban poor mothers and young professionals from attending a prayer service tackling the RH Bill.. Satan, get away from us! You should have asked your mother to abort you, were just a few of the statements hurled by Pro-Life members in a video captured by the Filipino Freethinkers, which was screened during the party.. Manalang called even the devout Roman Catholics among us Satan, said Red Tani, president of the Filipino Freethinkers in a statement. He branded the Catholics among us oxymorons, as if it were a contradiction to be pro-RH and remain Catholic. If the church hierarchy thinks supporting the RH Bill means heresy, then by all means - excommunicate us! Tani said.. Said to be the first of its kind, the excommunication party featured live music, solidarity messages by pro-RH personalities, ...
We thank God for Church growth, as more urban churches in the city of Loja are planting churches in remote rural areas. Our strategy is to work alongside these churches to raise the number of believers in rural areas from the current 0.1 per cent.. Nearly all 300,000 living in rural communities remain in bondage to an animistic Catholicism that combines idolatry, shamans and superstitions. Town priests usually lead the opposition to gospel work, while families and communities persecute those searching for truth outside their traditional beliefs. Persecution varies but often includes public shaming, beatings from parents and disownment.. Leaders are being trained to share the gospel and testimonies of its impact on their lives. Still, there remains a great need for workers to continue church planting and to train leaders.. ...
I come to Paula Bartleys book as someone who has for a number of years, been examining the extent and nature of prostitution in Ireland. Attitudes towards prostitutes and prostitution within Irish culture were in many ways similar to those that prevailed in England. They were also distinctly different. The difference becomes most obvious from the late nineteenth century when nationalist Ireland began to further differentiate its culture from that of England and when Catholicism as a social, ethical and moral force was supreme. It is also from the end of the nineteenth century that Bartley sees distinct developments emerging in the area of social purity and attitudes towards prostitution in England. Her book is a study of attempts to rid society of the curse of prostitution through prevention and reform, placed firmly within the context of rescue work. There is already a significant body of scholarship on prostitution and much of that scholarship, particularly as it relates to England, ...
During the era when the Roman rite mandated clerical celibacy (other rites -- and there are dozens, I think, do not.) the Jews had a contrasting practice. When a bright young man with pastoral gifts was asked to become a rabbi, the community also tried to find a bright young wife for him, taking up a collection for the dowry if necessary. The pastoral couple was then encouraged to have lots of bright young children. I knew that Rabbis were expected to be married (which is one of the lesser-known ways that Jesus was a counter-cultural figure), but I didnt realize that the community would go to such lengths to find a wife for him. This is a very beautiful tradition - but one utterly foreign to Latin Rite Catholicism even from its earliest days.. A missionary pastor sojourning [...] Most of the members of the church they started in their neighborhood were met through family-centric activities.. The Catholic priest does the same thing... but he does not do it through his natural children, he does ...
Pia de Solenni, SThD is an ethicist and cultural analyst, an expert in issues relating to womens health, life issues, the new feminism, Catholicism, and culture. The owner of Diotima Consulting, Dr. de Solenni received her doctorate in sacred theology summa cum laude from the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross, Rome. Her dissertation, Towards an Understanding of Woman as Imago Dei, was published in the university series Dissertationes. She received the 2001 Award of the Pontifical Academies for her doctoral work. The award was presented by John Paul II. Dr. de Solenni speaks and writes on a variety of topics on religious, cultural and moral issues. She has appeared on nationally syndicated radio and television talk shows. Her work has also been published in various media outlets including The Wall Street Journal Europe, The Washington Post, National Catholic Reporter, Our Sunday Visitor, and National Review Online ...
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In a fascinating discussion on the differences between the Roman Catholic Church and biblical Christianity, Walter Martin examines the identity of Mary historically and theologically. Included is the intriguing personal story of the conversion of a good friend who was on staff at TIME Magazine.
  • Tasteless emails appear to be simply the tip of a disturbing iceberg of anti-Catholicism in Scottish society. (indcatholicnews.com)
  • While "progressive" liturgists threaten to shift us back to the "language wars" of the 1990s, a few members of the US Senate reached even further into the past this week, calling up the ghosts of an old-fashioned anti-Catholicism in their questioning of Notre Dame law professor Amy Barrett. (catholicculture.org)
  • It is tempting to see anti-Catholicism at work here, but in fairness, what it shows is the consequence of believing in nothing. (catholicleague.org)
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  • Anglo-Catholicism , movement that emphasizes the Catholic rather than the Protestant heritage of the Anglican Communion . (britannica.com)
  • The Oxford Movement and Anglo-Catholicism renewed this emphasis within Anglicanism. (britannica.com)
  • It was, in her view, a noisier thing even than Anglo-Catholicism . (dictionary.com)
  • Washington (CNN) - Mitt Romney's selection of Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as his vice presidential running mate promises to cast a spotlight on American Catholicism in an election year when the tradition has already been a major focus. (cnn.com)
  • 6 There is no way to deny that despite the Jewish origins of Christianity, from its early days antisemitism was the "original sin" of Roman Catholicism. (jcpa.org)
  • Judaism is now Parsee based, Catholicism/Christianity is a combination of just about every major religion ever and Islam is just a de-paganized (almost) form of Catholicism. (abovetopsecret.com)
  • In From Willow Creek to Sacred Heart: Rekindling My Love for Catholicism the bestselling coauthor of Jesus for President , Chris Haw, chronicles his spiritual journey through evangelical Christianity and his return to Catholicism. (avemariapress.com)
  • Haw's journey spans contemporary American Christianity-from a nominal Catholic background to megachurch Evangelicalism, to a new monastic community, and then back to Catholicism after an intense spiritual experience on Good Friday. (avemariapress.com)
  • My understanding of that time, garnered from books and newspaper articles, family stories, and childhood introductions to Church life, is that Irish Catholicism was a legalistic faith of obligation. (cathnews.com)
  • This book, edited by academic Eamon Maher, Director of the National Centre fro Franco-Irish Studies, and former President of the National Priests Council of Ireland Fr John Littleton, gives an analysis by clergy, educators, journalists, and artists of what is happening to Irish Catholicism today and makes suggestions toward creating a credible and constructive future. (veritasbooksonline.com)
  • What is the Current State of Irish Catholicism? (veritasbooksonline.com)
  • 11. Sifting the Remains of Irish Catholicism: Relics and Nuns in Eil? (veritasbooksonline.com)
  • Many aspects of Irish Catholicism remain largely unchanged. (veritasbooksonline.com)
  • DECEMBER 2015 (Enugu, Nigeria)-Speakers & participants of CWCIT's first conference in Africa, the International Colloquium on the Future of African Catholicism, organized in collaboration with the Spiritan International School of Theology & Peaceland College of Education , both in Nigeria. (depaul.edu)
  • In his twelfth William E. Simon Lecture, EPPC Distinguished Senior Fellow George Weigel discusses the thesis of his new book, Evangelical Catholicism: Deep Reform in the 21st-Century Church , with an eye toward addressing some of the challenges presented by our current cultural crises. (eppc.org)
  • To simplify, Polish-Catholicism is the content of teaching of the Old Catholic Churches and the whole adopted rules relating to faith, morality, religious life and the functioning of the Church. (wikipedia.org)
  • Catholicism primarily designates the faith, doctrine, practice and system of the Catholic Church. (wikipedia.org)
  • The nature of Sixteenth-Century Spanish Catholicism and Pre-Columbian Nahuatl faith, as well as the current theology of Elizondo and Deck are studied to understand the characteristics and background of this faith experience. (peterlang.com)
  • Because the show is infused with Catholicism-and actually enacts a certain type of theology, as opposed to simply utilizing imagery and shallow references-it's able to create an interplay between the fictional world of the show and the real world of Catholic faith in a way that I haven't seen on television…well, ever? (tor.com)
  • Finally, in both answering Protestant objections to Catholicism and in providing evidence for the Faith, The Case for Catholicism cites modern Protestant scholars who question Reformation assumptions and show how evidence from Scripture and church history support aspects of Catholic theology. (typepad.com)
  • The Case for Catholicism will become a reliable, resource for any Catholic who desires a well-researched, readable, and persuasive answer to Protestant arguments made against the Catholic faith. (typepad.com)
  • Each April, CWCIT hosts World Catholicism Week , a celebration of the globally interdependent dimensions of the Catholic experience of faith at DePaul, in Chicago and around the world. (depaul.edu)
  • Catholicism : A Journey to the Heart of the Faith. (in.us)
  • In Catholicism Father Robert Barron examines all these questions and more, seeking to capture the body, heart and mind of the Catholic faith.Starting from the essential foundation of Jesus Christ's incarnation, life, and teaching, Father Barron moves through the defining elements of Catholicism - from sacraments, worship, and prayer, to. (in.us)
  • Father Robert Barron What is the Catholicism? (in.us)
  • His findings make prophets of Catholic traditionalists who warned that Vatican II would prove a blunder of historic dimensions, and those same findings expose as foolish and naive those who believed a council could reconcile Catholicism and modernity. (theamericancause.org)
  • Conversion of England to Roman Catholicism (1934, August 27). (nla.gov.au)
  • Catholicism between 1500 and 1789 has commonly been defined through the conflict between Protestant reformers and Christians who remained loyal to Rome . (encyclopedia.com)
  • The common definition of Catholicism in early modern Europe as hinging on the challenge of Luther and other Protestant reformers, and on Roman reaction to that challenge, has obscured the complexity and multiform nature of the institution. (encyclopedia.com)
  • All protestant churches have their origin in Catholicism so if Catholicism is not divinely founded then neither are Protestants. (catholic.com)
  • Rome Sweet Home is the story of Pastor Scott Hahn and his wife Kimberly's journey from Reformed Presbyterianism to Roman Catholicism. (bookrags.com)
  • Polish-Catholicism is the variety of the Old Catholic Church based on Polish religious and cultural traditions. (wikipedia.org)
  • Polish-Catholicism was established not in the home country but in the United States as a result of disputes within the Catholic Church among the Polish community in America in the nineteenth century. (wikipedia.org)
  • Latino Catholicism provides a comprehensive overview of the Latino Catholic experience in America from the sixteenth century to today, and offers the most in-depth examination to date of the important ways the U.S. Catholic Church, its evolving Latino majority, and American culture are mutually transforming one another. (jhu.edu)
  • In this country where, since the end of Communist rule, prime ministers have sought the blessing of the church before making important decisions, Catholicism is losing its influence. (reuters.com)
  • Reasons people gave for leaving the Catholic Church for Protestantism were varied, but indicate that many find Catholicism too distant or unresponsive to their spiritual needs. (breitbart.com)
  • Thirty-seven years after the end of the only church council of the 20th century, the jury has come in with its verdict: Vatican II appears to have been an unrelieved disaster for Roman Catholicism. (theamericancause.org)
  • Catholicism and Yoga: What Does the Church Say? (kitchenstewardship.com)
  • Part of the reason I took time to research the subject of Catholicism and yoga is simply because I felt obstinate about it, and I remembered a quote from Christopher West that struck my whole moms' Bible study with truth: that whatever Church teaching people feel strongly about arguing against is probably simply because they want to disobey and sin. (kitchenstewardship.com)
  • ED: Hardcover], [PU: FORDHAM UNIV PR], Catholicism at the Millennium is a book that grew out of a series of weekly lectures to students and the public at large on the state of the Catholic Church at the millennium. (eurobuch.com)
  • Held April 8-12, 2015, in anticipation of Pope Francis' environmental encyclical Laudato Si , the 7th annual World Catholicism Week featured activists, scientists & theologians from Colombia, Europe, Honduras, Kenya, the U.S. & the Philippines. (depaul.edu)
  • Evangelicalism is a growing competitor to Roman Catholicism. (nytimes.com)
  • The Case for Catholicism answers arguments put forward by early Reformers like Luther and Calvin as well as contemporary defenders of Protestantism like Norm Geisler and R.C. Sproul. (typepad.com)
  • If there is any place that captures the challenges facing Catholicism around the world it is Brazil, the country with the largest number of Catholics and a laboratory of sorts for the church's strategies for luring followers back into the fold. (nytimes.com)
  • Catholicism is the largest prominent religion, with followers across the globe. (differencebetween.net)
  • 7 responses to "Is interest in Catholicism dropping? (patheos.com)
  • Since roughly 1945, the argument has turned on whether the terms "Counter-Reformation" or "Catholic Reform," or any of a host of other related terms, can describe the period, or if something more innocuous, like "early modern Catholicism," might be better. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Indeed, Roman Catholicism - as a religious and political identity - was just as much a new creation of the Reformation process as the various forms of Protestantism. (catholicherald.co.uk)
  • Most histories of Catholicism in the United States focus on the experience of Euro-American Catholics, whose views on social issues have dominated public debates. (jhu.edu)
  • There have been a few conversations online about whether this show gives us an accurate portrayal of Matt's religion, and I would argue not only that it does, but that by taking his religious beliefs seriously, and weaving Catholicism into the fabric of the show, Netflix has given us the deepest, most emotionally resonant version of Daredevil we've ever had. (tor.com)
  • In Latino Catholicism , Timothy Matovina highlights the vital contributions of Latinos to American religious and social life, demonstrating in particular how their engagement with the U.S. cultural milieu is the most significant factor behind their ecclesial and societal impact. (jhu.edu)
  • Latinos present a distinct agenda of core concerns within U.S. Catholicism. (jhu.edu)
  • Veronica Mendez, a Sister of Our Lady of Christian Doctrine, has been asked to be among a select panel of speakers speaking on the subject Latinos and the Future of Catholicism. (webwire.com)
  • Though Catholicism is often associated with moral rigorism, the study reveals that Catholics in Latin America tend to be less socially conservative than Protestants, and are more lax on issues such as abortion, homosexuality, divorce and sex outside of marriage. (breitbart.com)
  • Trent Horn , a convert to Catholicism, has a BA in history from Arizona State University, and an MA in theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. (typepad.com)
  • I thought you might be interested in this item at http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/1240973 Title: Catholicism and the ecumenical movement. (worldcat.org)
  • As a new convert to Catholicism it has been 38 Years since my last confession. (arrse.co.uk)
  • As a new convert to Catholicism I have never confessed. (arrse.co.uk)
  • No matter where one stands on this battle over historical terminology, all agree that Catholicism in this era was variegated, fascinating in its complexity, and riddled with internal and external conflicts that make simple categorization of this institution quite impossible. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Gender, Catholicism and Spirituality Edition by Laurence Lux-Sterritt and Publisher Palgrave Macmillan. (vitalsource.com)
  • Because the book began as a series of lectures, the book is especially useful as a text on Catholicism for students and interested laity. (eurobuch.com)
  • What I propose to do in this book is to take you on a guided exploration of the Catholic world, but not in the manner of a docent, for I am not interested in showing you the artifacts of Catholicism as though they were dusty objets d'art in a museum of culture. (in.us)
  • Subscribe for free weekly updates from this Catholicism site. (bellaonline.com)
  • But it is much worse in a Catholic since traditio the handing on of traditional teachings and practices is the very essence of Catholicism. (remnantnewspaper.com)
  • They are the reason why Catholicism is holding its own relative to other religions in the United States. (jhu.edu)
  • pioneering download the war against catholicism liberalism and the anti catholic imagination in the Second World War, the option were healthy calling, during the unusual symbols of the Cold War, one of the favorite Senior Dendrimers provided by the Royal Air Force were in 1948 and the Berlin Airlift, was Operation Plainfire. (itesm.mx)
  • She tells me that according to the priest who gave her instruction 3,000 Muslims a year are converting to Catholicism in France. (catholicism.org)
  • The bronze cross, suspended from a bright ribbon festooned with the colors of the Vatican and fine stripes of red, white and blue, is a symbol of accomplishment after a year of service and studying the shared values of Catholicism and Scouting. (ncronline.org)
  • Ryan's own Catholicism became a major issue this year, with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops criticizing his proposed federal budget for what the bishops said would be its adverse impact on the poor. (cnn.com)
  • Way back in August, my friend Liz asked, in the comments of this post , about "a crash course in Catholicism for a 5 year old? (blogspot.com)
  • With this picture of corruption and depravity, he established one side of a polemical divide over ways to describe Catholicism in early modern Europe that has endured to this very day. (encyclopedia.com)
  • 3 One could even say that Roman Catholicism per se is the leading religion of the West. (jcpa.org)
  • And the university will dissolve its relationship with the local Newman Center, which for decades has been paying instructors to teach Catholicism under the UI's religion studies department. (news-gazette.com)