Catholic theology

The Justice Department agrees that Joshua Payne-Elliott’s lawsuit challenging his firing should be dismissed.
Kansas parents ask why this didn't happen to those who divorced and remarried or otherwise fall short of Catholic doctrine.
"Humanae Vitae" continues to have little real impact on the choices of American Catholic women.
Every few decades true-blue end-timers rid themselves of possessions, quit jobs, and sometimes travel to remote spots to
No one should be morally judged for characteristic traits within themselves because moral judgment of persons only applies
But in Western theism God is said to be all-powerful. The devil is not more powerful or even as powerful as God, and so, God
I read something about transubstantiation, and it got me to thinking. In fact, I can't stop thinking about it.
The sad fact is that even many theologians, Catholic and other, have only a generic grasp of the council as a historical happening, and, hence, are led to pronounce judgments on it that are misleading and, generally, more negative than the council deserves.
Eccentric extremes, I suppose, can be controversial, even if sometimes understandable. What is less understandable is the arbitrary changing of ceremonial rubrics. If I were to place any bets, I'd say Pope Francis will make other ceremonial changes that will shock traditional Catholics.
St. Francis' whole program of the "Gospel Life," was about the renunciation of power that placed barriers between him and others, him and God, and him and the rest of creation. Pope Francis seems to understand the significance of his name.