Intentionally or not, Joe Biden, never able to shut his mouth, has dared the American episcopate to slap him down. That group, traditionally old-line Democrats, has ever been loath to come down on scions of their party, but this kind …Continue reading →
It’s nice to see the Roman Catholic Church hierarchy finally start enforcing Church doctrine. For too many years, Church leaders have stood idly by while nominally Catholic politicians have at best passively accepted abortion (see, e.g., Mario Cuomo) and at …Continue reading →
Others can move on, but for those of the Church, I recommend Hugh Hewitt’s interview with Abp. Charles Chaput (OFM Cap) of Denver. Chaput has quietly emerged as the leading public intellectual in the American episcopate. Since, say, Fulton Sheen, …Continue reading →
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