Sun 26th Oct 2014 | Last updated: Fri 24th Oct 2014 at 18:39pm

Facebook Logo Twitter Logo RSS Logo
Hot Topics

Comment & Blogs

Morning Catholic must-reads: 03/06/14

A daily guide to what’s happening in the Catholic Church

By on Tuesday, 3 June 2014

A 2007 photo of Mexican Archbishop Carlos Aguiar Retes (CNS)

A 2007 photo of Mexican Archbishop Carlos Aguiar Retes (CNS)

Classic Liberation Theology “is very archaic, if not already dead“, CELAM president Archbishop Carlos Aguiar Retes has said.

Bishop Antoine Audo of Aleppo has urged Christians to “assume responsibility” for the suffering of Syrians.

Ideological clashes are encouraging “the balkanisation of American Catholics“, Archbishop Joseph Tobin has said.

Adam DeVille considers whether Catholics and Orthodox Christians will be reunited by 2054.

Mark Judge laments the demise of the Catholic public intellectual.

Stratford Caldecott ponders the mystery of death.

And Gregory Pine OP suggests that “many ‘so-called Distributists’ are hypocrites“.

Follow me on Twitter @lukecoppen for updates throughout the day.

COMMENT POLICY

The Catholic Herald comment guidelines
At The Catholic Herald we want our articles to provoke spirited and lively debate. We also want to ensure the discussions hosted on our website are carried out in civil terms.

All commenters are therefore politely asked to ensure that their posts respond directly to points raised in the particular article or by fellow contributors, and that all responses are respectful.

We implement a strict moderation policy and reserve the right to delete comments that we believe contravene our guidelines. Here are a few key things to bear in mind when com
menting…

Do not make personal attacks on writers or fellow commenters – respond only to their arguments.
Comments that are deemed offensive, aggressive or off topic will be deleted.
Unsubstantiated claims and accusations about individuals or organisations will be deleted.
Keep comments concise. Comments of great length may be deleted.
We try to vet every comment, however if you would like to alert us to a particular posting please use the ‘Report’ button.

Thank you for your co-operation,
The Catholic Herald editorial team