This week at Catholic World Report:Fr. James Martin’s weak and wobbly bridge – et varia

This week at Catholic World Report:

Fr. James Martin’s weak and wobbly bridge
Further thoughts on Luther, the Reformation—and G. K. Chesterton
Re-Building a Bridge: The connection between contraception and the “LGBT community”
Eamon Duffy’s “Reformation Divided” revises assumptions, offers deep historical insights
Is Cardinal Pell “the quintessential scape-goat”?

Fr. James Martin’s weak and wobbly bridge

By Janet E. Smith | Analysis

Fr. Martin is correct: a bridge must be built between the Catholic Church and those struggling with same-sex and trans-gender issues. But it cannot be built of tissue paper of “suggestions” based on rhetorical questions and sophistry. Continue reading…
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Further thoughts on Luther, the Reformation—and G. K. Chesterton

By Dale Ahlquist | Opinion

Martin Luther had the opportunity to become one of the greatest saints in the history of the Church. But he did not believe he was reforming a Church simply because it needed some house cleaning. Continue reading…
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Re-Building a Bridge: The connection between contraception and the “LGBT community”

By Jim Russell | Analysis

We’ve arrived at the end of the road—and we stare into a massive, rippled fun-house mirror that shows us in its own twisted reflection the extent of the monumental destruction our journey really caused. Continue reading…
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Eamon Duffy’s “Reformation Divided” revises assumptions, offers deep historical insights

By Michael B. Kelly | Books

Among the very significant contributions in Reformation Divided are the three chapters devoted to Thomas More, who has suffered from much hagiographical treatment, both good and ill. Continue reading…
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Is Cardinal Pell “the quintessential scape-goat”?

By Carl E. Olson | Editorial

“The Australian leftist establishment hates him,” says a source in Australia, “the gay lobby hate him, the atheists, liberal Catholics and feminist ideologues hold him in contempt and he has taken on the Italian mafia in trying to reform the Vatican’s finances.” Continue reading…

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