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Harrison Butker’s Anti-LGBTQ+ Commencement Address Steeped in Hypocrisy, Says Writer

The now-viral commencement speech by Kansas City Chiefs player Harrison Butker at Kansas' Benedictine College has sparked reactions from Catholic writers, many of whom are quite critical. Read More

Many Agree “Fiducia Supplicans” Is an Evangelizing Text—But to What End?

How will the implementation of Fiducia Supplicans, the Vatican declaration allowing priests to bless same-gender couples, shape new contours to pastoral care? Many commentators agree that the document has an evangelical aim, however, their views about the evangelizing methods point in two different directions. Read More

What Disability Theology Can Teach the Church About Transgender Identities

Catholics should not be strangers to the deep connection between body and soul, refusing a binary that suggests we are composed of two separated entities. As Catholics, embodiment is central to the human experience and to God’s participation in the world, so how we treat the bodies of ourselves and others matters deeply. Read More