Must it really be viewed as the thin end of the wedge,”Progressivist,” a diminution of our Pro-life convictions? And what of political Parties, Civil Rights and the greater Common Good? The following discussion shows the current state of the issues involved and is posted for educational purposes.
Social Justice, War, and Housing: How many children could you afford if you and your spouse together, cannot afford, say, more than a two bedroom appointment in the city and, because of your lower paying jobs, are not qualified for a mortgage? What if one spouse gets sick? And what of the shrinking housing stock which raises costs when the government is spending trillions on wars (actual or by proxy), subsidizing wars and weapons Manufacturers, with tax dollars, or in deficit (inflationary) spending? Social Justice matters. The Church has warned of all this especially since the time of Leo XIII and today it is increasingly our reality and, often, dilemma.
— Pope Pius XI on Despotic Economic Dictatorship
— Francis, Benedict, and John Paul II on the Death Penalty in light of Tradition.
— Fr. Tad Pacholczyk, moral theology
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Skipped on to the suggested time…just after 54 minutes the woman with the… who did that to the picture of St Philomena?!? =(
I couldn’t watch any more