Catholic Connection – July 11, 2019 – Hour 2

+  Intro and News

+  More Roman Confusion about Religious Pluralism

  • Description: "The just-released Instrumentum Laboris for the upcoming Synod, “Amazonia, New Paths for the Church and for an Integral Ecology,” implicitly accepts the presupposition that God willed the diversity of religions – religious pluralism. And that presupposition lies behind its faulty concept of inculturation. Acceptance of religious pluralism predisposes the authors of this document to understand inculturation as primarily the call to adapt or accommodate the totality of the Catholic faith to the Amazonian cultures: ecclesiastically; liturgically and doctrinally." - Dr. Echeverria
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+  More Roman Confusion about Religious Pluralism

  • Description: Dr. Eduardo Echeverria continued

+  When Schools Lose Their Religion

  • Description: "Kudos to Archbishop Charles Thompson of Indianapolis for his faithful witness in revoking the Catholic status of Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School (BJPS), when the school chose to renew the contract of a teacher in a same-sex “marriage.” The archbishop’s decision, made during “Pride Month,” exemplifies the theological virtue of love to all concerned, because love divorced from the immutable and liberating truth of Jesus Christ is a counterfeit form of love (John 8:31-32)." - Tom Nash
  • Segment Guests:
    • Tom Nash

      Tom Nash is a contributing apologist and speaker for Catholic Answers, a contributing blogger for the National Catholic Register and a contributor for Catholic World Report. He has served the Church professionally for more than twenty-five years, including eight as a theology advisor at EWTN. He is the author of What Did Jesus Do?: The Biblical Roots of the Catholic Church (Incarnate Word Media) and The Biblical Roots of the Mass (Sophia Institute Press).

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