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The Seal of Confession and the Utilitarian Imperative

The sacrament of confession, according to Catholic teaching, involves a seal of confession for the priest involved. A priest who is hearing a confession cannot speak freely about, make reference to, insinuate to others, or by any means do anything … Continue reading

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Conscience, Natural Law, the Canaanite massacre, and Abraham’s dilemma.

A podcast and radio show I often listen to called Catholic Answers LIVE once took a question from a caller during a “Q&A Open Forum” episode which was inadequately answered by the respondent (Tim Staples) and which I also felt … Continue reading

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