Labels: feminism, work
7. Cardinal Burke supports 'separation of Church and State'?
The Weekend Australian reported the following about His Eminence:
European nations that fail to reverse the population collapse, he says, are at risk of becoming Islamic states in the long term, losing the benefits that flow from the separation of church and state in democracies with Christian roots.
He regards that separation as vital, but wants religious leaders to play a vigorous role in the national conversation, as Thomas More, one of his heroes, did in Tudor England.
Labels: Church and State, Raymond Burke
8. A good comment on the 'methodology' of (at least some) detractors of the S.S.P.X.
Labels: Magisterium, S.S.P.X.