Catholic church

Bill Knight - November 22
2:12 pm
Wed November 21, 2012

Determining Threats to Religious Liberties

Bill Knight

At the first Mass after the election, a 70-something parishioner scolded an usher about giving her any more letters from Peoria Bishop Daniel Jenky, saying, “If there is one, keep it.”

There wasn’t – which was too bad. After political bishops “took a beating at the polls,” according to Jesuit Father Thomas Reese, it could have been an opportunity for reconciliation. His Excellency looks more natural smiling, rooting for Notre Dame or cuddling with his Chihuahuas than comparing President Obama to Hitler.

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Bill Knight - June 21
10:21 am
Wed June 20, 2012

A Fortnight for Forgiveness

Bill Knight

 How about a “Fortnight for Forgiveness,” an idea stemming from a few thoughts within Catholicism. First, there was news about Catholic groups’ lawsuit about a proposed government rule ensuring that employees of Catholic schools, hospitals and other non-religious companies have access to the same health insurance benefits as other corporations’ workers – including birth control (if the individual seeks it and has a doctor’s prescription). Interestingly, 182 out of 195 U.S. Catholic dioceses have not joined the suit.

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Contraception & the Church
11:02 am
Wed February 22, 2012

Bill Knight - February 23

Bill Knight

Churches help people worship God, not institutions. States help people serve communities, not bureaucracies.

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