The 2012 fall semester of the Certificate in Life, Justice and Peace Course sessions begin Aug. 27 and will be held every Monday for 11 weeks.Topics include “Moral Formation in Christ,” “The Person and Economics,” “Grace and the Virtues” and “The Person and Politics.”
Catholics who have sensory challenges, such as hearing loss, or who are hard of hearing, may feel excluded from the Church at times. Ministries like St. Dominic Deaf Center are knocking down barriers for people with disabilities and bringing them into inclusion with the Church and live as disciples of Christ.
More than 2,300 teenagers, representing 88 parishes and one Catholic high school, listened to Daniel Cardinal DiNardo’s message Sunday, July 22, as he celebrated Mass at the Archdiocesan Youth Conference in downtown Houston.
Based on the science of human reproduction, Natural Family Planning is an umbrella term used to refer to various methods of naturally achieving or avoiding pregnancy by observing the signs and symptoms of a woman’s fertility.
I am writing all this to preface my remarks on a recent intervention by the Holy See into a particular association of women religious in the United States and my analysis of why this assessment was undertaken.
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