By Msgr. Charles Pope - A key theme of St. Paul’s Letters to Timothy and Titus, bishops he appointed to oversee the churches of Ephesus and Crete respectively, is their insistence on sound doctrine. He writes to Titus, “As for you, speak the things that are consistent with sound doctrine …” (Titus 2:1). He tells Timothy that if he passes on this doctrine to others, he “… will be a good servant of Christ Jesus, nourished by the words of faith and sound doctrine that you have followed” (1 Tim 4:6).
By Gene Gomulka, Church Militant - In time the woman met someone with whom she fell in love and who accepted her knowing all that she had gone through in her life. It was two years after they married that they had a child, whom they named after the priest who counseled her… The counseling provided by the priest is supported by recent findings published in Science, which show that there is no such thing as a "gay gene." According to the study, which examined the sexual histories of some 500,000 people, it was "environmental factors" that were found mainly to be responsible for one's sexual preferences.
By Lisa Bourne, LifeSiteNews - Chaput received the St. Joseph the Worker Medal at a September 12 awards dinner at Malvern Retreat House… “We need those examples, because these are odd days,” Chaput said. “It seems like a hard time for Catholics.”… “It’s easy to feel that so much of what we believe is under attack or gripped by uncertainty,” the archbishop continued. “But I think this is actually a privileged moment, a moment when we get to prove who we really are and what we really believe.”