- May 28, 2020
Pope emeritus Benedict XVI has broken his general silence to comment on the clerical abuse scandals, saying the sexual revolution of the late 1960s set the stage.
Dr. Alessandro Rovati speaks to Crux about his work in moral theology.
Though ‘Humanae Vitae’ has faced frequent dissent in the 50 years since it was published, that dissent does not detract from its truth, a law professor said at a recent conference on the encyclical.
The future of artificial intelligence and what it means for the Church is discussed by Catholic theologians.
Pope Francis told a group of Jesuits in Colombia that many of the commentaries on his post-synodal apostolic exhortation on the family, ‘Amoris Laetitia,’ are “respectable because they were made by children of God,” but they are “wrong.” To those who maintain that the morality underlying the document is not “a Catholic morality,” the pope said, “I want to repeat clearly that the morality of ‘Amoris Laetitia’ is Thomist.”
Archbishop Víctor Manuel Fernández, rector of the Catholic University in Buenos Aires and sometimes described as the pope’s amanuensis, has issued a systematic defense of “Amoris Laetitia,” Francis’s controversial document on the family, saying its critics are locked in a “death-trap” logic and their approach risks “a betrayal of the heart of the Gospel.”