Tag: catholic church

Pope open to rethinking celibacy

Pope open to rethinking celibacy

| May 27, 2014

We’ve long held the view that celibacy for priests might be a contributing factor in some cases of sexual misconduct. And, we emphasize in some cases so as not to question the commitment of those who willingly choose to be celibate as opposed to those who might feel somewhat coerced into it as a requirement […]

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Pope Francis emulates Jesus, washes feet of flock, others “not of the fold”

Pope Francis emulates Jesus, washes feet of flock, others “not of the fold”

| April 17, 2014

Once again, this pope decides to emulates Jesus rather than worry about the politics of modern religion. And, rather than worry so much about liturgy and ceremony, Pope Francis has chosen to focus on the liberating message of Christianity, following the teachings of Christ to show love and mercy to all people, particularly those burdened […]

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Atlanta Archbishop Wilton Gregory to give up mansion

| April 6, 2014

It’s good to know that sometimes, folks in powerful positions sometimes do the right thing—after they are caught being abusing their authority. A good read might prove useful for some folks and prevent a lot of problems in the first place: Jesus called them together and said, “You know that those who are regarded as […]

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