A divided Catholic hierarchy on Tuesday (Nov. 13) failed to agree on a statement about the economy after a debate that revealed sharp differences over the kind of social justice issues that were once a hallmark of the bishops’ public profile.
When the Gospel Invades Your Office
Matt Smethurst interviews Tim Keller, The Gospel Coalition
God put work into the Garden of Eden, so work must be an enormous good, something that fits and fulfills part of our design.
Obama, Religious Liberty, And The Constitution
James Poulos, Forbes
The upshot of America’s pro-religious culture and founding law is simple: a practical resistance to drawing bright lines between entities that ‘are’, in some metaphysical way, secular, and those that ‘are’ religious.
Church cannot live with contraception mandate, bishops say
Michelle Bauman, Catholic news Agency
In the aftermath of the Nov. 6 elections, the U.S. bishops stressed that they will push ahead with defending religious liberty from the Obama administration’s contraception mandate, which cannot be lived with as it stands.