I propose that Roman Catholicism
must remain focused on its mission and its teachings in order for members to choose to be active.
Xavier's Special Collection includes unpublished and rare published items on four topics: the history of Xavier University of Louisiana; African American history and culture; Roman Catholicism
in the United States; and the Southern U.
Schwartz argues all four of these men felt alienated from their world and had a profound need to rebel against modernity by embracing Roman Catholicism
Plant us in the arid soil of Mormonism, Roman Catholicism
, Protestant fundamentalism, Orthodox Judaism, even Islam, and many of us grow and prosper.
is the state religion, and most of the approximately 7,200 Monegasque citizens living in the principality adhere to that religion, at least nominally.
This spectrum thus includes men whose wartime experiences led them to reject organized religion, but not their belief in the existence of God, as well as Anglicans who converted to Roman Catholicism
In response to a question from Ecumenical News International about relations with the Vatican, Michael Nazir-Ali, the bishop of Rochester and working party chair, said there were already "significant movements in Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism
for ordaining women.
Cote turns this around and suggests that it is the teachings of Roman Catholicism
that need to be purified (changed) in order to adapt to our changing culture.
He brings together experts in Roman Catholicism
, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Taoism, Confucianism, Judaism, Islam, Protestantism, and Native American spirituality to speak on the historical as well as the contemporary perspectives concerning women, contraception, and abortion.
Christianity's future resides in Roman Catholicism
, Pentecostalism, evangelicalism, and Eastern Orthodoxy, especially the former two as they advance dramatically in the Third World.
His father's death in 1878 brought him financial independence; his conversion to Roman Catholicism
two years later inevitably affected his client base, and his early collapse into picturesque insanity effectively ended his career in 1883.
THE VATICAN, THE 109-ACRE INTERNATIONAL headquarters of Roman Catholicism
, works at the leisurely pace of an institution that has seen it all over 2,000 years of history.