Who — or what — determines what we are? Why does it matter? And how should we act in light of the answers to those questions?
It was, and is, the most controversial Catholic document of the past century, and perhaps of any century.
There’s no doubt that the confrontation with Darwinian evolution in the 19th century stole much of the confidence of traditional faith leaders.
In 1993, while most of his family was away at church, Robert Latimer took his 12-year-old daughter Tracy, disabled by cerebral palsy, out to the barn.
A few aspects of this catch my attention as pertinent to our concerns here.