A small c catholic: Catholics and Lutherans have agreed to commemorate the start of the Reformation without rancor or additional insults. It's not much, but it's a start.
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A small c catholic: People today should challenge traditional beliefs so decades from now, our generation won't be judged guilty of regressive theology.
A small c catholic: "For masses of Americans, guns have become idols," says a Presbyterian minister. He might be right.
A small c catholic: Despite Jesus' geographical limitations, what he said, did and advocated was universal. Geography could not restrain the word about the Word.
A small c catholic: Can the Catholic church can be flexible enough to look more to the future than it does to the past?
A small c catholic: Pope Francis recently implied that people cannot follow Jesus outside Catholicism. If that's what he meant, it's not good news.
A small c catholic: Pope Francis isn't afraid to speak his mind about capitalism, which is good: Maybe it could lead to a fixing of flaws.
A small c catholic: "I would not tell him that his life is condemned because ... I have no right to pass judgment," Bergoglio wrote. That is Reformed Tradition theology.
Fear, fear, fear, fear.
A small c catholic: Yes, the hierarchical structure is still in place and hot-button positions haven't changed, but Bill Tammeus sees some glimpses of newness from the new pope.