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The Morality of Borders

The ability to immigrate is increasingly seen as a human right. There is a growing belief that nations should not restrict the migration of people across borders but should embrace or even facilitate this movement, regardless of the costs or benefits. This belief is not, nor has it ever been, held by most Americans. But [...]

Friday Free-for-All: October 15

Time for some Friday morning links: Archbishop Burke addressed obedience and the magisterium at a Human Life International conference in Rome, touching on the scandal of Catholic politicians who disregard moral law: "When a person has culpably espoused and cooperated in gravely sinful acts, leading many into error and confusion over fundamental questions regarding respect [...]

TIME’s Amy Sullivan on Archbishop Burke and Cardinal O’Malley

Charity, Civility, and Speaking the Truth

    The funeral of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy provoked a highly charged debate among Catholics about civility. In the midst of this discussion, Archbishop Raymond L. Burke, the prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura, came to Washington, D.C., to be honored by InsideCatholic.com at its 14th Annual Partnership Dinner at [...]

Archbishop Burke, Father Euteneuer, and Catholic Charity

And be it always remembered that the goodness of God is dynamic -- it leads to action; it not only fills the soul but it makes the soul love and makes it manifest its love in deeds. -- M. Eugene Boylan, This Tremendous Lover On January 21, Coach Rick Majerus of Saint Louis University told [...]

Did the Bishops Punish Archbishop Burke?

  Perhaps it should come as no surprise that Archbishop Raymond Burke (St. Louis) lost an election at the annual meeting of the U.S. bishops last week.   Over the past three years, Burke has assumed the mantle of the late Cardinal John O'Connor in pro-life matters, challenging fellow bishops to take stronger stances in [...]

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