7 Aug 2018

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Pope Francis changes Catechism to say death penalty ‘inadmissible’

Pope Francis Changes Catechism to Say Death Penalty ‘Inadmissible’ - In an explanatory letter to bishops, CDF prefect Cardinal Ladaria states the change is an ‘authentic development of doctrine,’ building on the teaching of Pope St. John Paul II and Benedict XVI
Wrestling With Capital Punishment - Pope Francis’ revision of Catholic teaching on the death penalty builds on teaching of recent popes, but also raises concerns from some analysts.
Prosecutor disagrees with Pope Francis’s death penalty ruling 
The pope is right: the death penalty has no place in Catholicism
Pope Francis Says No to Centuries of Church Teaching 
US bishops welcome change to Catechism on death penalty
Pope Francis revises Catechism, teaches that death penalty is ‘inadmissible’
The Pope's Groundbreaking Rejection of the Death Penalty
With death penalty change, Francis builds on John Paul II's teaching
The Absolute "No" To the Death Penalty. A Victory For the Gospe Or For "Secular Humanism"? 
What Pope Francis' death penalty reversal means for Trump and capital punishment globally
Death penalty opponents welcome Pope Francis' catechism revision
Pope Francis, the death penalty, and the development of doctrine

The war-torn region the Church wouldn’t leave

Varadkar: I’ll push Pope on accepting same-sex families 

Irish bishops reiterate that Catholic hospitals cannot perform abortions

Irish pro-life leader says ‘near-total media bias’ behind referendum defeat 

Pope prays Blessed Paul VI will intercede for ‘Church he loved so much’ 

Huge overseas interest in WMOF congress

With "Humanae Vitae" Paul VI Was Right. "L'Osservatore Romano" Lays Down the Law 

"Oremus" For Peace in the Middle East. But For Ukraine, Among the Orthodox the War Is On 

Health Minister attacks Bishop for defending Humanae Vitae 

This Beautiful Religious Order Is For Women With Down Syndrome

Finding rest in prayer 

Reflection on The Divine Office and the Changing of Volumes

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