After decades of grumbling about the Washington Post’s gross ignorance about matters Catholic, it occurred to me that the problem is that the Post supports a competing religion: the Church of Me.
At the end of the family synod in Rome, Austen Ivereigh reports on how the world’s Catholic bishops managed to produce a consensus document that struck a fresh pastoral tone, even if there is still some disagreement.
“I know that the fee has stood in the way for many who are in need of an annulment,” said a letter from Bishop David A. Zubik of Pittsburgh to Catholics in his diocese.
Dear Editor: I am writing in response to Jack Foley’s letter (Nov. 29) commenting on an earlier letter calling for greater outreach to divorced and gay people. Mr. Foley sarcastically proposes that such an outreach should also be extended to priests involved in sex scandals, drug dealers, rapists, murderers and terrorists as well. As a […]