Having already addressed certain aspects of the scandals that have so hurt the Church over recent decades, I wish now to consider the question of what can be done.
Después de haber abordado ciertos aspectos de los escándalos que tanto han herido la Iglesia en las últimas décadas, deseo ahora examinar la cuestión de lo que se puede hacer.
“¡Cristo ha resucitado! ¡Verdaderamente ha resucitado!”
The “Together Let Us Go Forth ~ Juntos Sigamos Adelante” campaign gives parishes the opportunity to meet the immediate needs of their community while joining with the rest of the diocese to build up the body of Christ through the work of discipleship and evangelization.
In this series, I have been addressing certain aspects of the scandals that the Church has suffered over the past 70 years.
En esta serie, me he estado enfocando en ciertos aspectos de los escándalos que la Iglesia ha sufrido durante los últimos 70 años.
In my previous articles, I began to look at the current crisis in the Church resulting from the sins of priests and bishops.
For centuries, the Church has been referred to as the “Barque of St. Peter” passing over the waters toward her heavenly destiny. It was in Peter’s boat that Jesus sat as He taught the crowds (Cf. Lk 5).
This month, I begin a new series that addresses the scandals of the Church that came to light across our nation this past summer.
In the earliest centuries of the Christian faith, the rite of Baptism with its powerful gestures, words and symbolism had a strong emphasis on conversion, a radical reorientation of one’s whole life away from sin and toward God.