All too often, the Church tries to reach out to youth with attempts to be relevant. But these attempts almost always come off as out of touch, desperate pandering.
It can be difficult distinguishing between constructive and destructive dissent in the Catholic Church in a time of scandal and outrage.
Notre Dame, and other buildings like it, are left over from an age that believed something fundamentally different about art and design.
Brian Holdsworth talks about his experience of attending his first Latin Mass.
If we’re just sitting around assuming that we are destined for reward when we’re not, the best thing we can encounter is a bit of that old fashioned cynicism.
Does the Church need to change to be more inclusive?
We’re avoiding the difficult yet necessary duty of conforming ourselves to what God requires of us and, instead, trying to conform our religion to our pre-existing preferences.
Brian Holdsworth discusses liturgy and whether or not God cares how we worship him.
The whole affair is an astonishing revelation of how far our society has fallen from any notion of decency and good-will.
At every turn of scandal, authorities, including the Pope, continue to tell us that these are symptoms of clericalism.