In post-modern America, it has become a fashionable sign of the “enlightened” to oppose Church teaching by displaying a distaste for the dogmas and doctrines of the Church. Is the teaching of the Church burdensome and restrictive or, on the other hand, is it stimulating, elevating and freeing?
Magisterium of the Church
“Your rejection of the Church’s teaching on abortion falls into a different category – it’s a deliberate and obstinate act of the will; a conscious decision that you’ve re-affirmed on many occasions. Sorry, you can’t chalk it up to an ‘imperfect humanity.'”
Kathleen Sebelius was asked the following questions in a Washington post interview . . .