Confused about some of the perplexing pronouncements being issued from press conferences in aircraft or even papal documents? You’re not alone!
There has been quite a bit of “churn” over the past few years, and the tempo seems to be increasing daily. What has the Catholic Church always taught about things like divorce, homosexuality, the legitimacy of other religions, or even the death penalty? If you’re attempting to follow the news coming from Rome (whether through official press releases, established news organizations, or the blogosphere), it’s small wonder if you reach the troubling conclusion that doctrine is “up for grabs” and subject to modernization.
Well, it isn’t. If you want some reassurance on that point, read on.
It’s only eight pages, but if the last few years have left you feeling confused or uncertain about the true teachings of the Church, you owe it to yourself to read “Declaration of the Truths Relating to Some of the Most Common Errors in the Life of the Church of Our Time.”
Read New ‘Declaration of Truths’ Affirms Key Church Teachings in the National Catholic Register.
If you want to purchase a hard copy (might make a dandy Christmas or birthday gift), you can pick it up for just a few bucks at MarianCatechist.com.