I must admit, I have long believed that the failures of the "religious right" and the dangers of some approaches to "libertarianism", required we who are Catholics to articulate a different vision of the renewal of human culture, which includes political participation.That includes a truly vision for political participation.What is at stake are the true teachings of the Church and what is called Catholic Social Doctrine.Like the fable we all remember from our childhood, the "Emperor has no Clothes", the group calling itself "Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good" is neither authentically Catholic nor concerned about the Common Good. All materials contained on this site, whether written, audible or visual are the exclusive property of Catholic Online and are protected under U. and International copyright laws, © Copyright 2017 Catholic Online.At least the Chairman of the Board of the Organization does!
They covered her response in an article entitled "Janet Smith: Catholics in Alliance leader shows poor judgment with Church council call." I will be responding in other articles in the coming days to his comments.
They are essential to rescuing the West from an impending collapse in the current moral vacuum.
When I read that recent rant from the Chairman of the Board of a group called "Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good", I had to speak out.
"Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good" is neither authentically Catholic nor concerned about the true Common Good.
WASHINGTON, DC (Catholic Online) - In a May 25, 2010 article in the "Huffington Post" entitled "The World Needs a New Vatican Council" Fred Rotondaro, identified as a "Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress in Washington, DC." wrote what might have been considered a "silly" article, if it were not so serious.