Free markets and religious liberty.
“A part of living history … I don’t know how they can take it away.”
“Obviously, we’d be honored …”
It’s the sermon, stupid.
“It is arrogant for powerful, wealthy nations to dictate what priorities developing countries should embrace.
Heckler’s vetoes and ambiguity.
Disposition and disconnection.
Doctrine and limiting principles.
Apply skepticism as needed.
What about the death penalty?
SSPX concession more interesting.
“For a modern pope, it may seem a decidedly un-modern stance.”
Naumann: Kaine “a cafeteria Catholic.”
And for solidarity too — properly understood.
Podesta: Why do you think I’ve launched Catholic progressive groups?
Living the faith.
“Offensive not only to Catholics, but to all who expect honesty and forthrightness in public discourse.”
We’ve gone … plaid.
What kind of loathsome vermin…
Property of the state
“Consequently, I do not recommend a rushed reading of the text.”
The “lesser evil.”
Outreach to SSPX?
Pope Francis sets up new board to try bishops over child-abuse scandals.
Original sin and the monsters inside
“Would you hire a campaign manager who … shows disrespect for you and the Democratic Party in general?”
Plus, another Erdely/Rolling Stone story with holes in it?
“Exclusion is not the language of the church.”
Too good to check … almost literally.
“I have learned the right to freely express oneself is sacred in America.”