Tag Archive: heresy

Apr 12

TCitMW: Responses to Critics

I wish to thank all those who have contributed their opinions to the discussion what ways the Church can/should change in the next pontificate and ways it cannot/should notchange. Some of the responses have come in the form of full blog entries, rather than comments. I’d like now to offer rebuttals and clarifications.

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Apr 07

The Church in the Modern World

There’s been much talk lately of what the Church should do and/or change – according to American Catholics. It’s driving me nuts. First off, I wish Americans would get over their own self-importance. There are lots on non-American Catholics throughout the world. Secondly, the Church is not run by popular opinion. The Church seeks to …

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Mar 17

The Purpose Driven Catholic?

Does anyone know of any reviews of The Purpose Driven Life from a Catholic perspective? I haven’t read it, but I know millions of people have. I tend to be skeptical of anything that popular. That’s not to say I never jump on any bandwagons, but I like to check things out first. Also, I’ve …

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Feb 28

Theological Triage

This National Catholic Reporter opinion piece really got me hot under the collar. Here’s how CathNews sums it up: The recent Vatican censure of US Jesuit theologian Roger Haight for his attempt to reformulate doctrines about Christ for a postmodern world highlights a disturbing theme of John Paul II’s pontificate. Instead of the ban on …

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Feb 26

Seven Heresies For Seven Errors

As many are already aware, in December Rev. Roger Haight, S.J. was notified by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith that his book Jesus: Symbol of God contained errors contrary to the faith. The notification contained seven propositions concerning which Fr. Haight’s book was judged to be in error. These errors, however, were …

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