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    Catholic Dictionary Catechism Church Fathers Most Collection Free eBooks Connect Home On Facebook On Twitter eNewsletters Site Tour Web Widgets Feeds Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate Commentary Home On the Culture On the News In Depth Analysis The City Gates Insights Reviews On the Good Most Popular Archives The Insights eNewsletter Insights provides critical perspective on the issues that affect your life as a Catholic today Delivered twice weekly Subscribe This Insights eNewsletter was sent to subscribers on November 24 2015 eNewsletter Subject In the US a time of Thanksgiving The American holiday of Thanksgiving falls on the last Thursday of November and a great many Americans take a four day weekend While we would never ignore an extremely important Catholic news story we do plan on spending time with family There will be no Insights message on Friday At the same time holidays make me nervous because fundraising tends to drop through the floor We are within 22 000 of matching our critical 60 000 Challenge Grant If you haven t yet contributed to our Fall Campaign please do so this week while it will be doubled We must meet the Challenge by December 8th to receive the

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    Feeds Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate Commentary Home On the Culture On the News In Depth Analysis The City Gates Insights Reviews On the Good Most Popular Archives The Insights eNewsletter Insights provides critical perspective on the issues that affect your life as a Catholic today Delivered twice weekly Subscribe This Insights eNewsletter was sent to subscribers on November 20 2015 eNewsletter Subject Back to Politics Perhaps it isn t surprising that we must turn back to politics occasionally especially with Pope Francis reminding us again and again to welcome migrants and refugees as much as we possibly can as in fact the Catechism teaches In any case Phil Lawler took up one part of the question this week in his latest On the News commentary Obama is wrong persecuted Arab Christians should be given priority for asylum And Thomas Van called another part of it to our attention in Some necessary information about the refugee process The Church s teaching on immigration requires a prudent implementation but I ve found that it is too often obscured by feelings even among otherwise good Catholics Another and more beautiful thing which Thomas calls to our attention is found in his

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    Donate Commentary Home On the Culture On the News In Depth Analysis The City Gates Insights Reviews On the Good Most Popular Archives Action Alert SOLIDARITY MONTH 10 is as good as 1 000 Help set a new record for the number of gifts this month Goal 1 000 769 to go The Insights eNewsletter Insights provides critical perspective on the issues that affect your life as a Catholic today Delivered twice weekly Subscribe This Insights eNewsletter was sent to subscribers on November 17 2015 eNewsletter Subject Pope Francis Questions about Communion The response is somewhat confusing and perhaps subject to different interpretations but when Pope Francis answered a question from a Lutheran woman who wished to receive Communion with her Catholic husband he once again raised more questions than he answered It will be interesting to see if any clarifications are issued but here is my own take on what Pope Francis said and did The Pope s advice to a Lutheran woman with a Catholic husband on receiving the Eucharist Also worthy of note is Phil Lawler s related commentary from late last Friday Selective compassion the dangerous step the Pope might take Of course we must remember

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    Donate Commentary Home On the Culture On the News In Depth Analysis The City Gates Insights Reviews On the Good Most Popular Archives The Insights eNewsletter Insights provides critical perspective on the issues that affect your life as a Catholic today Delivered twice weekly Subscribe This Insights eNewsletter was sent to subscribers on November 13 2015 eNewsletter Subject So much to think and pray about This has been one of those thought provoking weeks For example Pope Francis delivered a major address to the Italian bishop But I have questions The Pope on Christian Humanism To understand we need concrete applications Or again now Msgr Charamsa the practicing homosexual who recently lost his position at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith is voicing grave concerns about a lack of fairness in the Church See Phil Lawler s commentary The persecution of Msgr Charamsa Phil is also working on a round up of useful comments on the recent Synod including guesses as to what the Pope is likely to write as a follow up Not ready in time for this message it should be posted later this evening Meanwhile Thomas Van reflects deeply on why the human person can

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    perspective on the issues that affect your life as a Catholic today Delivered twice weekly Subscribe This Insights eNewsletter was sent to subscribers on November 10 2015 eNewsletter Subject A solid basis for judgment We still have about 45 000 in matching funds in our Fall Challenge which must be met by December 8th We need a big surge but at least we ve knocked off 25 of it now

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    Commentary Home On the Culture On the News In Depth Analysis The City Gates Insights Reviews On the Good Most Popular Archives Action Alert SOLIDARITY MONTH 10 is as good as 1 000 Help set a new record for the number of gifts this month Goal 1 000 769 to go The Insights eNewsletter Insights provides critical perspective on the issues that affect your life as a Catholic today Delivered twice weekly Subscribe This Insights eNewsletter was sent to subscribers on November 6 2015 eNewsletter Subject Continuing the Good Fight I hate to lead with distressing news but CatholicCulture org s efforts to keep up the good fight are sputtering I need to ask everyone to read my latest commentary If you hope to see us in 2016 please act now We have explored some large issues this week however For example Thomas Van examines the history of the Church s attitude toward evolution See his excellent review which clarifies some significant magisterial questions along the way Catholicism and Evolution not so compatible after all In a similar intellectual vein I probe into contemporary attitudes which hold science to be objective and everything else mere subjective opinion But not so

    Original URL path: http://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/insights.cfm?task=show&id=3240 (2016-02-11)
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    Need to Know Catholic Dictionary Catechism Church Fathers Most Collection Free eBooks Connect Home On Facebook On Twitter eNewsletters Site Tour Web Widgets Feeds Contact Us Advertise Subscribe Login Donate Commentary Home On the Culture On the News In Depth Analysis The City Gates Insights Reviews On the Good Most Popular Archives The Insights eNewsletter Insights provides critical perspective on the issues that affect your life as a Catholic today Delivered twice weekly Subscribe This Insights eNewsletter was sent to subscribers on November 3 2015 eNewsletter Subject The Penances of November As Jennifer Gregory Miller pointed out on Saturday the month of November teaches us the Close Connection of the Communion of Saints In particular we are reminded to gain indulgences for the poor souls in purgatory This gives the month a penitential quality which is not lost on us here at Trinity Communications November is the month in which we must match our Challenge Grant or close our doors That s penitential issue for all of us Seriously this month we need everyone to make a generous contribution toward meeting this year s 60 000 Challenge This is essential to our survival Please visit our Fall Campaign Page now

    Original URL path: http://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/insights.cfm?task=show&id=3234 (2016-02-11)
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    Insights provides critical perspective on the issues that affect your life as a Catholic today Delivered twice weekly Subscribe This Insights eNewsletter was sent to subscribers on October 30 2015 eNewsletter Subject All Saints and All Souls If you are wondering what s next in terms of the recently completed Synod of Bishops it is now up to the Pope Papal document will summarize Synod conclusions This will be worth

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